Brunch: Eat, drink and "be Mary," they say - and at Hamburger Mary's regular Sunday Broadway Brunch, this mantra comes between show tunes. Reservations are recommended and seating begins at 11:00 am for a noon show that brings with it the Mynx, Nicky Monet and the Broadway Brunch dancers. Mary's menu may be well known for its decadent burgers; it is no less so at brunch. Omelets, pancakes, biscuits, burritos and more populate the roster, along with drink specials to get you singing right along, of course. And if you're not in the mood for a show - or just feel like sleeping in - no worries. Brunch is served until 3:00 p.m.
Restaurants near Amway Center: "Eat, drink and be Mary...!" It's a slogan that carried the first Hamburger Mary's, which opened in San Francisco in 1972, across the nation, where 12 franchises have thrived in cities where the quota for burger-and-a-drag-show venues was woefully below satisfactory levels. In its lovely Church Street digs, the Orlando Mary's is casual and friendly (yes, even kid-friendly). But you'll probably want to leave the little ones home for Tuesday Bingo Night with Miss Sammy and Carol Lee (6:30 pm) and the Saturday Cabaret show (8:30 pm) where the sass-factor climbs to adult levels.
110 W. Church Street
Orlando, FL 32801
Brunch: "Mary's has no lot, but you can find street parking in the area or in a public lot just north of the restaurant near the train tracks."
Restaurants near Amway Center: "Feeling saucy on a Sunday? Pop in for Mary's Broadways Brunch, which goes 'til 3:00 p.m."
Best for Brunch Because: Who doesn't like a little spice in their Mary? For fans of a casual-friendly brunch with blueish Broadway entertainment, this is the place.
Best for Restaurants near Amway Center Because: Even if you linger over your burger and fries you can walk to the Amway from Mary's door in just a few minutes.