Two Orlando restaurants make Thrillist's list of 12 Best Brunches in Florida Outside Miami

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Dexter's Thornton Park is one of the best spots in Orlando for people-watching, day or night - PHOTO VIA DEXTER'S
  • photo via Dexter's
  • Dexter's Thornton Park is one of the best spots in Orlando for people-watching, day or night

If you haven't heard, brunch is big right now. Thrillist named Florida's 12 best brunches in a mouth-watering listicle, and two of O-town's mid-morning meals made the cut:
  • Dexter's of Thornton Park was touted for their Monte Cristo waffle sandwich stuffed with Swiss cheese, ham and raspberry jam between waffles dusted with powdered sugar, plus their ever-popular $3 mimosas. 

  • Txokos Basque Kitchen, chef Henry Salgado's Iberian hot spot at East End Market, was also noted for cheap booze ($2 mimosas and $3 Bloody Marys), as well as their signature Baked Spanish Toast, a donut bread pudding studded with Bordeaux cherries and topped with glazed pork belly and a poached egg. 
Is it Saturday yet?



Chef Henry Salgado makin' it happen at Txokos Basque Kitchen - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
  • photo by Rob Bartlett
  • Chef Henry Salgado makin' it happen at Txokos Basque Kitchen

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