Brunch is one of our favorite ways to start the day. Whether it's the beginning of a jaunt around town or a much-needed recovery meal (we've all been there), it's the ideal place to gather with friends. Seaworthy, known for it's amazing happy hour and atmosphere, started serving brunch August 31st and brings the same quality and flavor to tables, just a little bit earlier in the day. Gris-Gris, located in the Lower Garden District, now offers brunch on Sundays with a menu filled with mouthwatering dishes. No matter where you're spending your day off in New Orleans, these locations (one Uptown, one Downtown) are worth testing out for yourself.

gg

"Go With the Flo" from Gris-Gris

Gris-Gris

Magazine Street's Gris-Gris recently launched its new Sunday brunch menu, which is available from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Whether you're feeling savory or sweet, there is truly an option for all palates. "Go With the Flo" combines crispy oysters with creamed spinach and a fried egg with Hollandaise, while the "Blueberry Bourbon Pain Perdu" is a delicious and sugary option. Their iconic burger, called "The LGD Burger" is also available during Sunday brunch, which pairs perfectly with a morning (or afternoon) cocktail, conveniently available by the carafe.

Seaworthy

Seaworthy, the Ace Hotel's oyster bar and sustainable seafood restaurant, just launched its new weekend brunch service with special menu items. Available Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in their charming 19th-century cottage, guests can enjoy the "Crab Cake," which is inspired by the traditional Eggs Benedict, "BBQ Shrimp" which is served with fresh burrata, and a number of tasty cocktails, some of which can be ordered bottomless-style.