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Fredericksburg Brunch Spots

Brunch has always been the perfect excuse to drink bloody marys and mimosas at 9 in the morning, and these Fredericksburg brunch spots are the best locations to do so. Here are a few weekend brunch options for you to choose from in Fredericksburg:

Agave – One of the newest and most beloved Mexican restaurants in Fredericksburg has one of the most unique brunches, with favorites Huevos Rancheros and Burrito Desayuno.

Alpine Chef – German brunch fare with American influence as well as mimosa, bloody Mary flights.

Billiken’s Smokehouse – You may only know this restaurant for their bar-b-que and nightlife, but Billiken’s has wonderful brunch options, including their cornbread and pork benedict. 

Brock’s Riverside Grill – Experience Brock’s outdoor bar seating by the Rappahannock as you enjoy their Quiche du Jour. 

Capital Ale House – Capital Ale House’s all-inclusive brunch provides you with three select drinks and one entree, all for $29.95. 

Casey’s Restaurant – A few blocks from downtown, Casey’s is the only location in Fredericksburg to sample the Open Face Crab Omelette. 

Foode & Mercantile – A staple of downtown Fredericksburg cuisine, Foode & Mercantile has delicious brunch options, as well as a full menu of lattes and cappuccinos. 

Haley’s Honey Meadery – This lovely meadery in the Canal Quarter District has begun to serve brunch from 10am-5pm every Sunday, including bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s.

Harry’s Downtown – A classic American alehouse on William Street has become revered for its delicious brunch.

Mason-Dixon Cafe – Brunch items do not get much better than the Peanut Butter and Jelly Stuffed French Toast from Mason-Dixon Cafe. 

Metro Diner – This delectable diner with a modern flare is the perfect spot to gorge in Biscuits & Gravy. 

Rebellion FXBG- Bourbon Bar – Sip on a Walk of Shame bourbon brunch cocktail, and enjoy the Daisy Duke chicken and waffles sandwich at one of Fredericksburg’s primary bourbon bars. 

Rehana’s – Across from the parking garage on Wolfe Street, you can enjoy Rehana’s delicious brunch options such as Salted Brioche Cinnamon Roll, Dutch Baby with Fruit, and Steak & Eggs.

Renee’s Crepes and Cakes – Add a sweet, French flare to your brunch with one (or 17) of Renee’s Apple Pecan Pie crepes. 

Sedona Taphouse – This chain restaurant has delighted guests across the country, and their brunch, including such items as the Margherita Omelette, only adds to their deserved acclaim. 

Sunken Well Tavern – Swing by this classy tavern for delicious Steak & Eggs or a Chorizo Omelet. 


If you are in the mood for a more traditional breakfast, swing by 2400 Diner, or Tito’s Diner. 

We hope you enjoy these Saturday-Sunday brunch locations. Keep the mimosas (responsibly) coming!

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