The Delaware Tourism Facebook friends chimed in and here are some of their top favorites for brunch spots in Delaware! Plus, a few of the top reviewed spots on Yelp and Tripadvisor.

Northern Delaware
Columbus Inn is located in Wilmington. The Columbus Inn brunch has a bloody mary bar, carving tables and fresh roasted veggies.

Deerfield Brunch DelawareDeerfield has been named “Best of Delaware” by Delaware Today magazine for the past 4 years! With over 111 feet of deliciousness including signature breakfast drinks, all-you-can-eat raw bar, Millionaire’s Bacon (need we go any further?) plus, a kids buffet and Gourmet Mac-n-Cheese station!

Green Room at Hotel Du Pont serves up breakfast with a side of elegance. Entrees range from Breakfast gravy of sausage, bacon and scrapple to Eggnog Waffle with Duck confit! This is surely a brunch made for royalty!

Two Stones Pub is located in Newark. Sandra on Facebook says Two Stones Pub has the “Best brunch and awesome chef surprises!” We’ve also heard that their Desayuno Tacos with scrapple and scrambled eggs are delicious!

Central Delaware
Abbotts Grill’s Sunday Brunch buffet is quickly becoming a local favorite with made-to-order omelettes, a build your own bloody mar bar, fresh baked goods and a relaxing atmosphere.

Smyrna Diner BrunchSmyrna Diner is one of the iconic restaurants listed on the Delaware Culinary Trail. They serve up a classic breakfast menu from French toast to scrapple; you’ll dine on home-style cooking.

McGlynns Pub is located in Dover and their brunch menu ranges from classic breakfast omelettes to Eggs Chesapeake served with crabcakes and dill Hollandaise sauce.

Southern Delaware
Bethany Blues in Lewes, well as Sally on Facebook says “Bethany Blues brunch is delicious.” From a waffle station to BBQ meats and homemade desserts to the kids buffet with chicken tenders and tater tots. This is one of the top brunch spots between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach.

Nage is a foodie favorite in Rehoboth Beach. Their brunch menu constantly changes but the quality and delicious flavors remain the same. From Elvis Pancakes to Smoked Salmon Crepe, you never know what they’re whipping up at Nage.

The Brick Hotel Restaurant & Tavern located in Georgetown and serves up a quiche of the day, homemade granola, classic breakfast favorites plus, kids selections including grilled peanut butter and banana!

The Crystal Restaurant is one of the most popular breakfast spots in Rehoboth Beach. They serve up hearty breakfast meals including a Monte Cristo served on French Toast, fresh fruit, fried tomatoes and grits.

Victoria’s at the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel switched to a Sunday Brunch a La Carte menu in 2013. You can dine on banana nut pancakes, quiche, crepes and of course, a couple of mimosas while enjoying oceanfront views of Rehoboth Beach.

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