Is it really a weekend without a brunch reservation? Sweet carbs, eggs, breakfast meats — in whatever classic or fresh form they come — can build the perfect meal to kick off the perfect day. To order your can’t-be-beat morning meal, grab your friends and head to Prince George’s.


Order your brunch favorites at one of these nine restaurants:


  1. Get your fill of Southern brunch at Suga & Spice in Hyattsville. Order a classic plate of steak and eggs, or try the hot honey fried chicken and blueberry pancakes. Every meal comes with cheesy grits or potatoes.


  1. Head to First Watch in Bowie for fresh takes on classic brunch dishes, from the strawberry tres leches French toast to the carnitas breakfast tostadas. The award-winning spot is open from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every day.


  1. On Saturdays and Sundays, Cori’s Modern Kitchen & Bar offers build-your-own mimosas, cornbread with vanilla bean honey butter, and Creole sausage omelets. The Camp Springs restaurant serves fresh takes on American food.


  1. Nothing beats a classic dinner breakfast, and College Park Diner delivers. Order a pancake plate with eggs and bacon, or a country-fried steak with gravy, eggs, and home fries.


  1. With locations in Bowie, College Park, and Glenarden, Milk & Honey serves award-winning shrimp and grits packed with turkey sausage and covered in a Cajun cream sauce. Try that dish, the deep-fried salmon hash, the rum chata French toast, or any of the other delicious meals.


  1. For excellent views along with your delicious meal, head to Sauciety at the Westin Washington National Harbor. Watch the waves roll and the boats float as you enjoy your aptly named Harborview Breakfast and sip a lavender honey lemonade.


  1. Rips has been connected to the community in Bowie for 60 years, and it has served locals as a restaurant, wine and spirits store, deli, and motel. Every brunch item, including homemade favorites like the country omelet or the New Englander plate, is made from scratch.


  1. There’s something for everyone at Busboys and Poets. Stop by the Hyattsville location for a brunch menu packed with typical favorites, like the classic Benedict, and items that don’t find their way to every menu, like Mekhleme, an Iraqi corned beef hash.


  1. Feed your inner child while you feed yourself at The Board and Brew in College Park. Play a board game and chow down on a Southwestern egg sandwich or a blueberry goat cheese griddle.


Once you’ve finished brunch, plan for dinner at one of these barbeque spots.