We all know the magical healing powers of a hearty brunch after a night of drinking. The restuarants below meet three critically important criteria: they’re open on weekends, serve breakfast foods well into the afternoon, and offer alcohol in case that's the road you decide to take. Are you past brunch hours? Try the trendiest dinner places instead.
À la Maison Grand is a polished breakfast restaurant in the middle of Budapest's downtown, occupying the ground floor of a 1906 art nouveau building (take a glance at the striking glass mosaic perched atop the building). Chic, tourist-heavy crowds flock here for the breakfast-all-day and brunch offerings that include reliably prepared croque madame, eggs Florentine, waffles, and also zeitgesty things like acai bowl and avocado toast. The only letdowns are the the undersized and forlorn-looking English and Hungarian breakfast plates.