Situated right up against Newport Bay, The Lighthouse Cafe is known for its delicious brunch with a view. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic benedict or lobster mac and cheese, The Lighthouse Cafe has all of your favorites. Along with your food, if you are feeling up for it, add the bottomless mimosas for some bubbly with a view.
Woody’s Wharf has a long-time history in Newport Beach. Opening in 1965 and once owned by Chuck Norris, Woody’s Wharf is a staple when it comes to anything brunch-related. Offering bottomless mimosa brunch on both Saturday and Sunday, you can always expect to walk out feeling satisfied. Along with their delicious menu and great drinks, Woody’s also boasts waterfront real estate.
Looking for somewhere a little more upscale to brunch? Zinque - Newport Beach is your spot. Located on the pier of Lido Village, Zinque offers an amazing French-inspired brunch menu. With restaurants in Los Angeles and Scottsdale, Zinque has gained quite a bit of popularity over the years for its high design, low-key neighborhood environment. Whether you’re in the mood for some brioche french toast or a zucchini egg white frittata, Zinque is sure to transport you to the alleyways of France with every bite.
Just a few blocks up PCH from VALIA Properties, Zinc Cafe & Market is hands down a must-try in the Corona del Mar community. Zinc combines the cafe with the market and provides both options under one roof. In one experience, they offer fresh market salads with the traditional cafe menu. Zinc’s delicious and fresh menu make it a local favorite.
Located in Fashion Island, Red O puts a high-end spin on authentic Mexican cuisine. From chilaquiles to their famous “hangover burrito”, Red O’s menu has something delicious for everyone. Enjoy Red O’s live DJ brunch both Saturday and Sunday from 11-3.