Where To Find The Best Brunch Places In Wilmington, Delaware

Yesterday was National Mimosa Day. From the, “National Mimosa Day on May 16th gets its name from the Mimosa, a yellow flowering plant. This simple mixture of orange juice and champagne or sparkling wine resembles those flowers in color, however, the flavor adds a kick to most any brunch!”

This got me thinking about a few amazing brunch spots here in the city of Wilmington.

One spot in Wilmington that is generating a buzz and becoming popular in the city is Wilma’s. Wilma’s has a bit of a New Orleans vibe and brings New Orleans-style dining staples. If you do go to Wilma’s for brunch, you should try their po’ boy sandwiches, chicken and waffles, and shrimp and grits. If are in the mood for something other than a mimosa, they have a drink called the BLOOD + FIRE. The ingredients are habanero-infused tequila, blood orange liqueur, agave, fresh lime juice, and blood orange purรฉe.

The next spot is Ciro Forty Acres which is located at 1836 Lovering Ave. Here is a little bit of information about the Ciro Forty Acres from their website.

“Three-time James Beard Nominated Chef, Michael DiBianca, brings you his culinary genius at his second Wilmington location! Ciro Forty Acres is located in the heart of Trolley Square and is a cozy spot with both indoor and outdoor seating. While Ciro Food and Drink serves an amazing high-end dinner menu, Ciro Forty Acres focuses on breakfast and brunch daily. You will enjoy a menu featuring seasonal and local farm ingredients including house-baked pastries, bread, all your breakfast staples, and featuring La Colombe coffee. Stop in and see what all the buzz is about!” One of our favorites here at DETV, if you find yourself at Ciro check out the eggs bake, French toast, and the cream chipped beef which is a timeless favorite.

The last brunch place is Blume Restaurant which opened its doors last year 2021 and is located on 4304 N Market Street. Blume is a “Stylish, airy bar & restaurant presenting refined New American fare & inventive craft mocktails. Housed in famous landmarks Posthouse Special features Chefs and more.” The food is plated well from the looks of their Instagram page, and the reviews are positive too. Brunch and mocktails for everyone!

Nery Burgos Owner Blume Restaurant

There are many other amazing brunch places to visit in Wilmington so if you aren’t feeling these, I recommended trying some different ones just as long as you’re supporting local restaurants here in the city of Wilmington.

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