Brunch Spots You Can’t Miss

Did someone say brunch? Don’t mind if we do!

Chica’s you are going to die over these can’t miss brunch places that I’m about to share with you. From bottomless mimosas to the most scrumptious Avocado Toast you will ever have, we are going to take you around the globe to experience the best that brunch has to offer.

Malibu Farm

Malibu Farm, Malibu, CA

Our first stop is in my neck of the beach in Malibu, California. If you are looking for the real deal, Helene Henderson is it. I say real deal because at Malibu Farms fake food is not in their vocabulary. They strive to provide the best in  farm-to-table meals, sourcing their ingredients from local farms all over the area.

French toast

Rainbow Mimosas

For those of you who brunch with a sweet tooth  “Larry’s Berry French Toast”,  a coconut baked french toast topped with cranberries and whipped cream, is a must-try. Those dining with savory tastebuds will desire the “Poblano Lobster Burrito”. Served on wheat tortilla with fried eggs, jack cheese, arugula, poblano cream sauce, Pico de Gallo, and cilantro.

Let’s not forget the best part of brunch, the mimosas!! Malibu Farm has a “Rainbow Selection” of mimosas to choose from; orange, kale apple, and watermelon!


Brunch and Cake

Brunch and Cake Barcelona,Spain

Next, we’re going to travel on over to Barcelona, Spain for the absolute best in the Grandma’s philosophy of cooking–everything made by hand and over low heat. Seeing a gap in good bakery and coffee shops in Barcelona, Manex Susaeta decided to take matters into his own hands and open up his restaurant dedicated to the Brunch Club lifestyle. At Brunch and Cake aesthetic and homemade is everything! They work hard to provide the best content for your Insta feed, while also making your stomach happy.

Avocado Toast

Avocado toast lovers rejoice and order the “Next Level Avo Toast”! Made on thick-cut olive sourdough with grated tomato & olive oil, avocado Feta smash, and topped with fresh thin sliced avocado, it literally is the brunch lovers dream!

Cacao Smoothie Bowl

For our Vegan friends, Brunch and Cake has an entire menu dedicated just for you! Their smoothie bowls are insanely gorgeous and innovative. I recommend the “Cacao Dreams Bowl”, a Madjool dates and banana smoothie bowl with avocado, raw cacao, granola, blue majik yogurt, and a homemade raw “Snickers” bar.

Beet Root Latte

Don’t forget to grab a delicious donut from their bakery, as well as a beet root latte to finish off your Brunch and Cake experience! With a motto, “In Grandma’s We Trust” I know you won’t be disappointed!





Nomo Kitchen

Nomo Kitchen, New York, NY

Our next brunch stop is at the NoMo Kitchen in New York City. Here we are welcomed to cascading greenery, beautiful fairy lights, and an unforgettable weekend brunch experience. NoMo prides itself on bringing a seasonal rustic menu right to the heart of soho.

Brisket Tacos

Poached Egg & Salmon Avocado Toast

For our savory friends, NoMo has two options that are to die for. First, check out their “Slow-Cooked Brisket Tacos”. These beauties are topped with pickled onions, cilantro, avocado, shaved radish, and sriracha aioli. Next, they have a “Poached Egg & Salmon Avocado Toast.” Who doesn’t love a perfectly poached egg?

NoMo is famous for their “Lemon Ricotta Pancakes”!These pancakes served with mixed berries, pistachio nuts, and maple syrup are super rich and fluffy.

Serving up brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11-4 for outside dining and takeout, here you will find a unique menu only fitting of the city.

Marmalade Cafe

Lastly, we’re going to breakfast wrap up this brunch adventure by heading back to the sandy beaches of my beautiful Malibu. Amigas, if you haven’t already, head on over to Marmalade Cafe for a truly California inspired menu.

Chorizo Benedict

If you identify as an Eggs Benedict brunch girl, I’ve got you covered. Marmalade’s “Signature Benedict” menu includes not only a classic Benedict, but also a Californian inspired “Chorizo Benedict” with a chipotle hollandaise sauce, as well! Served with either fresh fruit or their special breakfast potatoes!

Be sure to check out the “Seasonal Selections” menu for brunch items you simply can’t find anywhere else. Two dishes that come to mind are the “Marmalade Spicy Chilaquiles” and “Paleo Power Breakfast”. They both scream “yum!”


Tag us at #BrunchWithReInventing50s with your best brunch picks and let us know what are some of your favorite brunch spots! Until next time Chicas!

I bring the best of life over 50 to you and all your girls. I’m a wife, a mother to college kids, and your new, fun online friend. I am going to show you a fantastic time while you are here.

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