Searching for a new brunch spot in Pasco County to add to your favorites list?
Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savory, this popular mealtime gives its fans the best of both worlds.
From classic brunch dishes like a stack of fluffy pancakes or hearty omelets, to more adventurous dishes like breakfast calzones and açaí bowls, here are six brunch spots in Pasco County worth waking up for:
Revelations Cafe in Lutz is a plant-based cafe specializing in nutritious and delicious vegan and vegetarian food.
Owners Robby and Mia Graham built this cafe on a simple principle: serve fresh and healthy food to help the body, but also to enrich the mind and spirit.
The Christian-based cafe serves breakfast dishes such as its Greek Omelet, which comes with three eggs, spinach, feta, onions, tomatoes and tzatziki sauce, and served with sprouted toast with vegan maple butter, and sweet potato fries.
Other breakfast dishes include its Vegan Scramble and Pesto Avocado Toast.
As far as lunch items, Revelation Cafe offers dishes such as its House Burger (made from either Impossible meat or Beyond burger meat), Vegan Philly sandwich and Rainbow salad.
It also offers baked goods – like its Pecan Butter Cups and Norma Jean’s Cinnamon Roll – that are mostly vegan, oil-free, sugar-free and gluten-free.
Besides its desserts, the cafe serves juices and smoothies like the Allergy Bee Gone smoothie that includes pineapple, bee pollen, raw honey and coconut water, and the Love Juice that includes beet, apple, carrot, ginger, turmeric and lemon.
You can order carryout or delivery online. Revelation Cafe’s carryout hours are from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
17808 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Lutz, FL 33548
Tues.-Sat.: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe – right here in Lutz – brings you that old-fashioned, homestyle cooking, just like mom used to make.
From thick, cakey pancakes, to sliced, red-skinned potatoes, and huge slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar and cinnamon, Keke’s Breakfast Cafe is dedicated to providing an outstanding breakfast. A meal where everything is handmade, using the best ingredients available, with fresh fruits and vegetables that are delivered daily, and using the highest quality bread and dairy products.
A fan favorite is the cheesesteak omelet, which delivers to diners three large eggs, seared sirloin, melted white American cheese, and roasted green onions and peppers.
Other popular menu items include its Florida Waffle, Eggs Benedict and Scrambler Bowl.
If you’re craving lunch during your brunch outing, Keke’s Breakfast Cafe has many items to choose from such as paninis, sandwiches and burgers (which you can add an egg to for just 99 cents). Customer favorites include its towering Turkey Club, Tuna Melt and Carolina Chicken wrap.
Once you have experienced the Keke’s difference, you, too, will be a believer.
An outstanding brunch experience is not measured by food alone; this is why Keke’s Breakfast Cafe prides itself on its exceptional customer service. From the moment a guest walks into Keke’s doors and until the moment they leave, Keke’s Breakfast Cafe will guarantee they have an unforgettable experience.
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe – Lutz
22952 State Road 54, Lutz (at Collier Parkway)
Hours: 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily
Farmhouse Market & Cafe
Located in Dade City, Farmhouse Market & Cafe was founded in 2019 by husband-wife duo Ronnie and Jenny Williams. Their vision was and is to support local farms and businesses to bring the best and freshest products to their cafe. They hope to bring a unique and convenient feature to downtown Dade City, while continuing the integrity of its small town ambiance.
Its cafe features specialty coffees and teas to help get you through your busy day, such as Matcha Green Tea Latte and Cafe Con Leche.
As for brunch items, Farmhouse Market & Cafe’s featured dishes include its Breakfast Cuban, Sausage Gravy Biscuits, and Farmhouse Breakfast, which comes with two scrambled eggs, stone-ground grits, sourdough toast, and your choice of either ham, two pieces of bacon or two sausage patties.
If you’re looking for some grab n’ go options, try the overnight oats, fruit bowls, smoked fish dip, buffalo chicken dip and veggie pack.
On top of its cafe, the market has a variety of groceries to choose from — fresh cow’s milk, gluten-free egg noodles, organic marinara sauce, locally-sourced honey and so much more.
The market also sources local and regional farms to provide the highest quality meats including grass-fed beef and standard USA beef, pork and chicken, as well as local farm fresh organic chicken.
Be sure to follow Farmhouse Market & Cafe on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on its latest additions to its cafe menu and market.
Farmhouse Market & Cafe
14124 Fifth St.
Dade City, FL 33525
Mon.-Fri.: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sat. and Sun.: CLOSED
Founded in 2018, Raining Berries is an ethically and sustainably sourced coffee shop offering a wide variety of beverages including artisan tea, kombucha, matcha, and other treats such as açaí bowls and customizable toast.
With over 200 years of family ties to the coffee industry in Uganda, Raining Berries was founded with a simple goal in mind: authenticity and unity.
Raining Berries currently has in the region/works 19 locations in the Florida market, one of which is right here in Wesley Chapel/Lutz.
The Wesley Chapel/Lutz shop is owned by Chris Moyer and Jeffrey Harris, who also own the Brandon location.
The cafe is open daily starting at 7 a.m. Whether you’re grabbing an early morning coffee for a networking meeting, enjoying your lunch break with a coworker, or stopping by after work for an afternoon pick-me-up, Raining Berries will always have its doors open for you.
The coffee shop has an industrial, modern atmosphere, with touches of pink in the decor, like its picturesque flower wall. There’s even a hot pink phone booth for that perfect photo-op.
Coffee options on the menu include cold brews (with flavors such as Gingerbread and Vanilla Spice), lattes (with flavors such as S’More Mocha and Honey Almond), Cappuccinos, Americanos, Macchiatos and so many more!
The coffee shop’s signature açaí bowl, “It’s Raining Berries,” includes açaí berry, granola, banana, strawberries, blueberries, coconut flakes, Nutella and peanut butter. If you’re not in the mood for açaí, Raining Berries also offers pitaya, coconut and matcha bowls.
Be sure to follow Raining Berries on Facebook and Instagram (@rainingberriesofficial) to stay up-to-date on the newest additions to its ever-growing menu.
25595 Sierra Center Blvd., Lutz FL, 33559
Sun.-Thurs.: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fri.-Sat.: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Brick City Eatery
Brick City Eatery in Lutz is a fast casual restaurant that specializes in breakfast, signature salads, gourmet sandwiches, brick oven pizza, pastas and entrees, along with craft beer and wine.
Growing up on Long Island in an Italian family full of cooks, owner Steve Parisi’s vision is to provide great food at an affordable price, while treating all his customers like family.
Brick City has a casual atmosphere and is geared toward families, singles, couples, business travelers and visitors alike. It has two 60-inch flat-screens in the main dining room and another in its 700-square-foot private event room.
Brunch at Brick City Eatery is served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Featured items on the menu include a Breakfast Calzone, Breakfast Pizza, a Meat Lovers Skillet, an Italian Omelet, and so much more. The restaurant also serves Bottomless Mimosas and Sangria for the affordable price of $15.
But if you don’t make it in time for brunch hours, don’t despair! Breakfast items – such as Avocado Toast, Cuban Breakfast Sandwich, and Italian Chicken and Waffles – are served all day.
With fresh, wholesome ingredients and lots of TLC, Brick City Eatery’s food has that unique flavor you can’t get anywhere else.
To see the full Brick City Eatery menu, go to www.brickcityeatery.com/menu. The restaurant also is featured on mobile delivery sites such as Uber Eats, DoorDash and Slice.
Brick City Eatery
16540 Pointe Village Drive, Suite 108
Lutz, FL 33558
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tues.-Wed.: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thurs.-Fri.: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Breakfast Station was founded in 1955 in Port Richey. Today, the train-themed franchise has 14 locations across Florida, including Land O’ Lakes and Zephyrhills.
For 26 years, Breakfast Station has prided itself on quality food, hearty portions at a fair price and even better service. Locals looking to grab brunch should expect to feel right at home, while they enjoy the restaurant’s sweet and savory menu.
Stop into one of its three restaurants in Pasco County and indulge in some delicious Cinnamon Swirl pancakes or the Almost Famous Crunch Toast that is dredged through Captain Crunch cereal and then deep fried to perfection.
If you prefer salty over sweet, take a bite out of Breakfast Station’s Depot Melt that consists of ham or turkey on grilled rye with Swiss, American cheese, and sliced tomato. Or, order the half-pound cheeseburger that is always fresh and hand-pattied.
The Breakfast Station promises to continue to serve traditional breakfast and lunch favorites, plus guarantees that it will be putting a few twists on the classics that will only make you want to come back for more!
To see the full Breakfast Station menu for each location, go to https://www.breakfaststationcentral.com. The restaurant offers pick-up and delivery for all 14 locations in Florida.
Breakfast Station (Land O’Lakes)
Village Lakes Shopping Center Drive
Land O’ Lakes FL 34639
Mon.-Sun.: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
By Kelli Carmack and Nicole Sanchez
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