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Monday, May 3, 2021

Three Orlando restaurants make OpenTable's nationwide list of 'Top Brunch Spots For Mother's Day'

Posted By on Mon, May 3, 2021 at 11:24 AM

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OpenTable has released their "Top Brunch Spots For Mother's Day" list just in time for the matriarch-hailing holiday, and three Orlando spots made the cut.

Released on Monday morning, the rundown of 100(!) favored brunch destinations spans the entire country, and Orlando made a very strong showing with the Tap Room at Dubsdread in College Park, Wine Bar George and the Boathouse — both of the latter in Disney Springs — all making the cut.

Other Florida restaurants that got the nod from OpenTable include the nearby Ulele in Tampa, Preserved Restaurant in St. Augustine and Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in Miami.

The full list of Top Brunch Spots can be viewed and searched through Opentable.

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