Why You Should Consider Sunday Brunch For Your Next Foodie Adventure

Why You Should Consider Sunday Brunch For Your Next Foodie Adventure

Who doesn’t love brunch? People differ in all kinds of things, from beliefs to background to culture, but everyone can unite around the deliciousness of brunch. Combining the best qualities of breakfast and lunch, this is one of the most popular meal times for restaurants all over the country: 

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Table setting for a Sunday brunch.

Galuppi’s in South Florida is no exception. Give “Sunday Funday” a whole new meaning with our delicious Sunday brunch offering, offset by gorgeous views of a golf course and live music.  From Belgian waffles and omelets to smoked salmon and a variety of pastries, not to mention bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys, let Galuppi’s become part of your Sunday tradition.

A Brief History Of Brunch

For one of the most loved meal times, the exact origins of “brunch” are unknown. Historians who specialize in the history of food believe that its roots are in England, where multi-course breakfasts would be served after a successful hunt. These elaborate meals wouldn’t be limited to meat, however, but also included eggs, fruit, and sweets.

Table of assorted desserts on white plates setup for a Sunday brunch.

Other historians believe that brunch came from the Catholic tradition, in which practitioners would fast before the weekly mass and break it by sitting down to a large meal in the middle of the day. As with many traditions, it’s possible that both histories are true, merging to create a new tradition altogether.

It wasn’t until 1895 that the word “brunch” was used in print. British author Guy Beringer suggested an alternative to heavy meals after church, suggesting that something a bit lighter to be served later in the morning was better for conversation and temperament. In addition to bonding with fellow church members, brunch could help to lighten the worries and anxieties of the week to come.

The brunch trend caught on in the United States during the 1930s, supposedly from Hollywood celebrities enjoying late-morning meals during transcontinental train trips. Hotels promoted this meal the most since many restaurants were closed on Sundays. With decreased church attendance post World War II, people were “hungry” for new social outlets that didn’t involve having to get up early. Restaurants eventually hopped on the trend, seeking opportunities for increased profits. And thus “brunch” became a new tradition.

Sunday Brunch Offerings At Galuppi’s

Beautiful Sunday brunch table set up with an iced tea service and fresh yellow roses as decoration.

Whether you’re a fan of pastries and sweets, or savory concoctions, there’s something on the Galuppi’s brunch menu for everyone. Check out the following favorites:

Avocado Toast

A hipster favorite has become mainstream! Enjoy fresh smashed avocado on white bread with pepper flakes for only $11.99

The Nova Platter

A lighter fare that includes lettuce, tomato, onion, cream cheese, cucumbers, and other favorite toppings on a fresh bagel for $15.99


Enjoy this Southern favorite with the addition of cheddar ($1.49) for $10.99.

Sunday Brunch And More At Galuppi’s

Trays of mini desserts set up for a Gallupi's Sunday Brunch.

Looking for the best breakfast and lunch in South Florida? Look no further than Galuppi’s. For questions about our menu, or to reserve space for your wedding or baby shower, call today at 954-785-0226.

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