Got the Brunchies?- College Park

By: Trey Dyer

We continue with our blog series “Got the Brunchies?” by giving you a look into the best brunch in College Park, just north of downtown Orlando.

Christos Café

Nestled on Edgewater drive between Dartmouth Park and Little Lake Ivanhoe, Christos Café has been serving up classic and absolutely delicious diner food to College Park locals for over a decade. Christos is known for great breakfast and great lunch, not so much “brunch,” but with an extensive menu there is sure to be something for everyone.  Their corned beef hash is the best in town and the grilled biscuits are an absolute cannot miss. For those who want something other than breakfast, the burgers are on point. Really, about anything you get will be classic and delicious diner food we all have a craving for.

Christos Country fried chicken and gravy with eggs, hashbrowns and a grilled biscuit

Christos Country fried chicken and gravy with eggs, hashbrowns and a grilled biscuit

The Taproom at Dubsdread

Located just off the 18th green at Orlando’s Dudsdread public golf course, the Taproom is a favorite watering hole of golfers and Orlando locals alike. Sunday brunch sitting on the patio overlooking the golf course is a big draw for patrons and that is before I even mention the food. The brunch menu offers great benedicts like the Grilled Salmon Benedict or the Tenderloin Steak Benedict, scrumptious frittatas and omelettes and classics like pancakes and chicken and waffles. Combine this with their classy selection of brunch cocktails and you have a recipe for a perfect Sunday College Park brunch.

The Outpost

College Park’s newest restaurant is the meeting point between ole southern cooking and today’s modern age. Featuring a rotating brunch menu, the Outpost is a family owned restaurant that appeals to what Orlando locals love. Good food, nice atmosphere and a new take on favorite cuisines. The French toast has been called delectable!

Trey Dyer

Born and raised in Orlando, FL, I grew up with a passion for the water. After working as a sports writer and a marketing and event coordinator at the local sports commission to pay for my new favorite sport, fly fishing, I eventually teamed up with Get Local to show the visitors of Central Florida how great the natural beauty of this state really is. When I’m not running Get Local, you can almost always find me out on the water fly fishing for tarpon, redfish and snook off my standup paddleboard.