Avocado on toast, coffee that hits the spot, cool cafes and even boozy bottomless brunches. Take your pick with these brunch spots in Adelaide!

Welcome brunch enthusiasts!

It’s the mealtime where you don’t have to get up too early, where you can order cocktails before midday, and where you can stack up eggs and bacon on burgers (with a side of fries) without feeling guilty about it. It’s brunch time.

Thankfully, Adelaide’s thriving cafe and brunch scene is one you will want to crawl out of bed for. And, to help you start your day on a delicious note, we’ve created a brunch bucket list for Adelaide. So round up some friends and head on out this weekend with our guide to best brunch spots in Adelaide of 2024!

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Bloom will, without a doubt, have your taste buds blossoming after a trip to their space in Thebarton. Food cooked over coals, endless streams of coffee, alcohol and a bunch of guaranteed good times is on the cards at this spunky cafe. Their Bloomin’ Bottomless Brunch held every Friday includes a two-course meal and bottomless bellinis or tap beers. Whether you’re after avocado on toast, a coffee or a bottomless brunch, Bloom should be your go-to spot.

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38 Winwood St, Thebarton, SA 5031
<strong>Bottega Bandito</strong>
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Bottega Bandito

Right in the heart of Prospect, Bottega Bandito (Anchovy Bandit’s little sister) awaits you. If you’re a fan of traditionally inspired house-made breads, pastries, sauces and coffees, their menu will be sure to please. Here weekend brunch enthusiasts will have so many sandwich and deli goods to choose from that your head will spin. But, we have to admit, it’s all worth it once you’ve had your first bite. Adelaide, this is one brunch spot to add to your list!

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1/96 Prospect Rd, Prospect, SA 5082
<strong>Corner Store Cafe</strong>
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Corner Store Cafe

Are you looking for a more creative brunch spot in Adelaide with loads of infusion? Corner Store Cafe ticks all of those boxes. This lively cafe changes your ideas of brunch with their small, well-crafted menu that contains a variety of choices that not every cafe does. You can kick back in their cosy courtyard sipping on great coffee, enjoy the sunshine amongst the vine leaves, and taste their delicious food that has a cultural twist.

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23 Swift Ave, Dulwich, SA 5065
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If you like witty Wu-Tang Clan references as much as you love brunch, then C.R.E.A.M is for you. C.R.E.A.M takes your classic brunch favourites to a whole new level of indulgent eating. Just like their avocado toast – it’s just better at C.R.E.A.M. Better yet, they have a wide selection of dedicated vegan options so that there’s something for everyone. Whilst you’re here, be sure to add one of their thick shakes to your list. Thank us later.

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4/49 Jetty Rd, Brighton, SA 5048
<strong>FIX. Specialty Coffee</strong>
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FIX. Specialty Coffee

Tucked into cosy College Park is FIX. Specialty Coffee that brews and bakes all your weekend brunch favourites. If quality coffee is a priority for you, then FIX. will have you covered. Their top-notch roasts paired with their range of eats including delicious pastries and toast with your favourite toppings, will have you walking through the door before you know it! Be sure to add this to your brunch bucket list!

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27 Torrens St, College Park, SA 5069
<strong>Long Lost Friend Cafe</strong>
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Long Lost Friend Cafe

Long Lost Friend really feels like it is one once you’ve eaten there. Their elite coffee and range of brunchtime favourites is enough to have you missing it right after you leave. A best friend of some sorts, Long Lost Friend’s pancakes with fairy floss is an absolute must-try if you’re in the mood to treat yourself with something sweet. So, if you find yourself in the east, be sure to pay Long Lost Friend Cafe a visit for the best brunch in Adelaide.

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523 Magill Rd, Magill, SA 5072
<strong>Mister Sunshine's</strong>
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Mister Sunshine's

Are you a lover of happiness and positivity? Those feelings radiate at Mister Sunshine’s. One of the best brunch spots in Adelaide, they are always serving up their freshest, ethically sourced brunch treats that will put a smile on your face. Accompanied with your favourite old school bangers playing out in the garden, everything Mister Sunshine’s provides proves to be the best for a brunch date. A must visit in 2024!

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32 George St, Thebarton, SA 5031

<strong>My Grandma Ben</strong>
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My Grandma Ben

Sustainability and community thrive at My Grandma Ben. Located in Adelaide, this gem encourages locals to trade homegrown produce for pickles or coffee. The ever-changing seasonal menu features delights like house-made crumpets with marmalade; Kangaroo Island oats with maple syrup and stewed apples; and Turkish fried eggs with even Aleppo pepper butter. And for those wanting to get your hands a little dirty, this neighbourhood favourite also features seasonal fermenting and pickling workshops to make your mornings that much richer.

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5 Third St, Bowden, SA 5007

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Proudly locally owned and operated, Pavé is the perfect brunch spot in Adelaide located amongst the hustle and bustle of The Parade, Norwood. Pavé strives to serve up perfectly balanced food and coffee that is delicious and fresh, and they definitely don’t disappoint. If that sounds good, you can also bring along your furry friends to enjoy brunch with you in the courtyard!

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138b The Parade, Norwood, SA 5067
<strong>Peter Rabbit</strong>
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Peter Rabbit

One of the best brunch spots in Adelaide, Peter Rabbit is a delectable treat for anyone wanting a fantastical start to the weekend. This famed garden cafe brings a lush botanical feel to every bite, making your Coconut porridge, Brisket sando, and Salmon bagel take place in a children’s storybook. And with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options littering the menu, everyone can take a bite out of Peter Rabbit in Adelaide!

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234-244 Hindley St, Adelaide, SA 5000
<strong>Rosey's Unley</strong>
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Rosey's Unley

Fitted with cool and eclectic decor, Rosey’s is the perfect catch-up and brunch spot in Adelaide to show off to your friends. Rosey’s food is both delicious and filling, while making you feel as light as a feather. The assortment of flavours across the menu shows the excitement and charisma that Rosey’s has. Plus, the beer and wine list will make you want to stay past brunch time. Did somebody say bottomless brunch?

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139 Unley Rd, Unley, SA 5061
<strong>Sublime Cafe</strong>
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Sublime Cafe

Sublime Cafe is known for their outstanding food and coffee choices which you can enjoy at their funky shop, or even at catered events thanks to their awesome dedication to good food! Sublime Cafe delights in offering on of the best bottomless brunches in Adelaide, featuring a three-course meal and two hours of unlimited bubbles every Saturday and Sunday – it doesn’t get much better, or boozier, than that!

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55 East Ave, Clarence Park, SA 5034

There’s no better way to start your day than with a visit to these 5 Best Breakfast Spots in Adelaide. Or, crunch and munch through Adelaide’s Top Bakeries of 2024.

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This article was first published on May 31 2021. It was updated and edited by Hunter and Bligh on April 23 2024.