There's nothing better than catching up with friends over brunch. Whether you're into sweet or savory, or just on a mission to discover the best patios to sip mimosas on, York County has quite a few options for brunch! Check out these York County restaurants to satisfy that brunch craving!


Old Town Kitchen and Cocktails

Old Town Kitchen and Cocktails has officially added brunch to their menu lineup! Pictured above is their White Street Benny, a slice of texas toast piled high with sausage, pimento cheese, tomato, a hash brown cake, a poached egg, and smothered with white gravy! Brunch officially starts this weekend and will be served every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

The Lucky Duck

Lucky Duck Brunch

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The Lucky Duck, located in Baxter Village, has an incredible brunch and drink menu. From their loaded hash browns to their chicken and mini waffles, The Lucky Duck is a savory fanatics paradise!

Pump House

Not only does the Pump House offer dining with a riverfront view, they also offer a delicious brunch menu. Their signature dish is the shrimp and grits and their brunch menu also includes some classic favorites such as chicken biscuits and French toast. They also have some cool dishes to try such as the crab cake benedict and the short rib hash.

The Flipside Café

The Flipside Café prides itself on being the perfect place for brunch. We highly recommend their Maine Lobster Omelet with smoked bacon, sweet onions, asparagus, smoked cheddar, and seasonal fruit. They also offer other items like breakfast bowls, biscuits and gravy, sandwiches, and sweet brunch treats like pancakes and waffles.



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From classic items like the breakfast sammie to elevated twists like the smoked salmon avocado toast, Kounter offers a diverse lineup of brunch items sure to satisfy any appetite! Kounter offers brunch on Sundays from 11 AM-3 PM and reservations are highly encouraged. Did we mention they also offer a bottomless mimosa option for two hours?

Fish Market 

Looking for brunch with a seafood twist? Fish Market is the place for you and your friends! With dishes such as the lobster wrap, salmon tacos, and a crab & lobster omelet these are sure to make you feel as if you are dining near the sea. 


Napa’s weekend brunch is a dining experience that you don’t want to miss! Their brunch menu includes short rib hash, steak & eggs, and vegetable frittatas to name a few. Brunch ends at 3 PM, so grab a seat at their patio, enjoy the view and relax.  

Z Bakery and Café

The cinnamon rolls at Z Bakery and Café roll fresh out of the oven at 9 AM, so get there early to enjoy their delicious brunch treats! This café is also serving other sweets like their croissant French toast and strawberry cream cheese pastries. Indulging in a brunch here is a must!


Amélie's French Bakery & Cafe is not only a French bakery but it is a great spot for brunch with a great selection of new and old brunch favorites! Stop by and try their Quiche Du Jour or their Pain Perdu, a savory bread pudding made in-house!

The Sweet Tea Café

At Sweet Tea Café they believe their southern cuisine mixed with a little New York flair is the right mix of old and new. From their fried chicken cheddar biscuit to their shrimp and grits, there's no lack of southern charm or delicious food at Sweet Tea Café.