Brunch is the perfect excuse to indulge in delicious foods and get a nice buzz from mimosas to start the day. One of my favorite things to do on the weekends is to catch up with friends over brunch. The brunch scene in DC is amazing, there are a ton of specials and amazing food all over. So, when I went to Madrid, I honestly did not expect to come across so many places that offer this wonderful meal time! Boy, was I wrong. Their brunch deals were great and apparently very popular! We were told at multiple locations that reservations are expected for Sunday brunch. Luckily, we were able to snag a table anyways as they made an exception for our eager faces.
Sadly, my friends and I were in Madrid for only two days. So…naturally we had brunch each day. Here are the spots that we got to check out!
Address: Calle del Principe de Vergara, 73, 28006 Madrid Spain
For 19 euro, you could choose one option from 5 different sections (as seen in the photo above). Although no alcohol was available for this option, it was still a steal! I went for the latte, orange juice, greek yogurt, nutella & banana waffle, and the quiche lorraine. Every single item was delicious and aesthetically pleasing.
This establishment was such a cute spot to eat brunch and start our first day in Madrid. There were so many art pieces and little trinkets places all over the restaurant. I appreciated all the details they included in the design.
Address: Calle de San Marcos, 37, 28004 Madrid Spain
This modern brunch spot reminded me of SoHo in New York City. It had a great vibe to it and the staff were amazing. Their deal consisted of one option from four categories for 17.50 euro. This included a cocktail or fresh juice, coffee, an entree, and dessert. I was stunned at this price and the quality of each dish. I went with an aperol spritz, coffee, the classic eggs benedict, and key lime pie. All were divine and left my stomach happy for the morning.
There were brunch places lined up all around this area, but you definitely don’t want to miss this one. Be sure to make a reservation! They mentioned that reservations and normally required for Sunday brunch, but were kind enough to give us a table.
Brunch is a meal you don’t want to miss in Madrid! They sure do know how to properly brunch, so you won’t be disappointed. It’s also a nice time to step away from the tapas overload that you’ll consume during your visit.