BEST OF THE GOLD COAST.

AS IF SLEEP-INS AND DOU­BLE THE DE­LI­CIOUS­NESS AREN’T ENOUGH, DENISE RAWARD AND CHANTAY LO­GAN HAVE FOUND 10 REA­SONS TO BRIDGE THE BREAKFAST-LUNCH DI­VIDE

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BAZAAR QT Gold Coast, 7 Staghorn Ave, Surfers Par­adise

Sun­days are for sleep-ins … then stuff­ing your­self silly at the brunch to end all brunches.

The choco­late foun­tain is flow­ing and the Chan­don Rosé is on ice for the Bazaar Brunch, a weekly rit­ual from 11am to 3pm.

QT Gold Coast’s al­ready su­per-sized mar­ket­place spread is sup­ple­mented with made-to-or­der crepe and wood-fired breakfast pizza sta­tions, rov­ing canapés and brunch bites.

From hollandaise-driz­zled bene to bircher, all the morn­ing clas­sics make an ap­pear­ance, but some crav­ings can’t wait for the clock.

Get the palate party started with Belvedere espresso mar­ti­nis and bloody marys.

Build your own smoothie and poke bowls and make them In­sta-wor­thy with a rain­bow of top­pings, or tuck into fried chicken and waf­fles drenched in maple syrup.

En­joy a melt­ing mo­ment over a croque mon­sieur, or munch on mac and cheese. Of course, you could al­ways skip straight to dessert. The fon­due sta­tion, planted in the mid­dle of a Willy Wonka style won­der­land of lol­lies, is an ode to temp­ta­tion.

A DJ spins easy-like-Sun­day-morn­ing tunes to com­plete the cruisy vibe.

Bazaar’s Sun­day brunch is $59 per per­son in­clud­ing a glass of Chan­don Rosé on ar­rival.

You can add optional (not optional) bot­tom­less mi­mosas to your pack­age for a lit­tle ex­tra.

Reser­va­tions are rec­om­mended.

“FROM HOLLANDAISE-DRIZ­ZLED BENE TO BIRCHER, ALL THE MORN­ING CLAS­SICS MAKE AN AP­PEAR­ANCE, BUT SOME CRAV­INGS CAN’T WAIT FOR THE CLOCK.”

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