It’s time to celebrate the special lady in your life, and everything she does for you throughout the year. So, take her to one of Delaware’s best brunch spots. With so many excellent options, there’s bound to be something that satisfies her taste buds and fits your budget.


Winterthur MuseumWinterthur Library, Museum & Garden – Eat like a DuPont at a former home to Delaware’s most famous family, which now serves one of the state’s best brunches. 
Columbus Inn – Enjoy brunch in an historic space given a modern flare. If the weather cooperates, you’ll definitely want to ask for a table on the patio.
Michele’s – Enjoy the best the AAA Four Diamond-rated Dover Downs Hotel and Casino has to offer with this extensive and decadent buffet.
Victoria’s Restaurant – Look right out onto the Atlantic Ocean from the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel while local piano favorite, Jeff Irwin, tickles the ivories as you eat.


Deerfield Golf Club – The editors at Delaware Today for years have been naming this the best brunch in the state, because it features “over 111 feet of ‘brunchy goodness.’”
McGlynn’s Dover – The classic brunch menu is accented with the beautiful view offered by huge windows looking out onto Dover’s Silver Lake.
The Brick Hotel Restaurant & Tavern – This spring and summer brunch has all-you-can-eat breakfast items for just $10 for everyone and just $5 for kids under 5 years old.
Bethany Blues – The all-you-can-eat brunch options feature lots of the BBQ that makes the restaurant a great dining choice no matter what meal you’re having.
Harpoon Hanna's – Breakfast staples, morning cocktail mainstays and a seat right along the water combine to make brunch here a sure bet.

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Buckley’s Tavern – Roll out of bed and come over. You don’t even need to change out of your pajamas. Seriously… don’t. The family-style brunch is 50% off Sunday’s if you are in your PJs.
Smyrna Diner – Home-cooked deliciousness in a traditional diner atmosphere are an obvious brunch choice, especially with a sticky bun on the side.
Harvest Ridge – Combine a favorite of the Delaware Beer, Wine & Spirits Trail with the delicious food of the Chesapeake Culinary Center. It’s a recipe for a tasty and memorable brunch.


The House of William & Merry – House-made and local are two adjectives that define the restaurant’s brunch menu, which effortlessly mixes items that lean breakfast or lunch.
Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen – From healthy to over-the-top indulgent, this brunch has a number of must-try possibilities. 
Abbott’s Grill – Unexpectedly delightful flavors cover every corner of this brunch menu, including a certain favorite for nearby Bridgeville, the apple-scrapple English muffin.
Fork & Flask at Nage – The scrumptious uniqueness that fill the restaurant’s regular menu carries over into its brunch selections, creating an unforgettable culinary experience.

For more dining suggestions, search through online listings and reviews or travel the Delaware Culinary Trail