Mobile is a seaside city that loves to have a good time. Mobile’s cuisine reflects its rich culture with a blend of fresh seafood and Southern comfort favorites. These five brunch spots in Mobile, Alabama offer the perfect spot for good food and good friends.

Shrimp and deviled eggs with parsley.

The Noble South

Any list of Mobile restaurants worth its salt includes The Noble South. In addition to their locally-sourced ingredients, the Noble South menu offers vegan options. So all dietary lifestyles can enjoy brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Diners can choose from Pickled Shrimp and Deviled Eggs for savory snacks, and enjoy entrees like Duck Egg Frittatas and Fried Oyster Benedict.

Eggs benedict with fish and spinach.

Ruby Slipper

The Ruby Slipper is another Mobile favorite. Their seasonal menu features meals like Nashville “Hot” Catfish Benedict and “Goo Goo” cluster pancakes. The Ruby Slipper definitely plays up the fun, indulgent side of breakfast and brunch. They’re open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day of the week — and they serve cocktails, too!

French toast with bananas and walnuts.

Spot of Tea

Spot of Tea opened its doors in 1994. Since then, they’ve welcomed hungry eaters from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. all week long. Their menu features breakfast favorites alongside soups, salads, sandwiches and vegetarian options. Also, Spot of Tea turns brunch into an art with decadent foods like Bananas Foster French Toast.

Six different cocktails on wooden table.

Brick and Spoon

Brick and Spoon is dedicated to brunching at its best. Their menu features drinks, breakfast, and an entire section just for varieties of Eggs Benedict. They have an ingenious build-your-own Bloody Mary meal. Not the biggest Bloody Mary fan? They also offer coffee cocktails for a boozy brunch on Sunday, or any other day — they’re open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day of the week.

Slider burger with bacon and ham.

The Blind Mule

The Blind Mule is a bit of a hidden gem among Mobile’s more famous eateries. Their hearty menu features classics like shrimp and grits. Also, they serve signature sandwiches like the Tennessee Squealer and the Bayou Burger. See and taste what The Blind Mule has to offer any day of the week starting at 11 a.m.

Text by Annika Bastian