With Miami’s hustle and bustle, sometimes you just need slow down, sleep in, and have breakfast a little later in the day. The city has countless great restaurants with a stellar brunch, but, after much debating- and tasting- we’ve narrowed down the ten best brunch restaurants in Miami.
Located in the historic MIMO district, Blue Collar likes to keep things casual with their brunch menu of “Eggy Stuff,” “Syrupy Stuff, and “Othery Stuff” as well as country-style fixins. However, don’t let this small restaurant fool you because they’re big on flavor with a variety of fresh, gourmet ingredients worthy of The Food Network.
It’s never the “same, old brunch” at Eating House in Coral Gables with their ever-changing menu of Cuban-inspired dishes as well as classic and novelty brunch items. Enjoy something new every time with a refreshing mimosa or other breakfast cocktail!
At the Mandarin Oriental, La Mar offers a “true taste of Peru in the heart of Miami” with Chef Gaston Acurio’s Asian-Peruvian fusion cuisine. Sunday brunch is a culinary delight with a menu of Peruvian-inspired dishes, signature cocktails, and an abundance of sweets.
With other locations around the world, internationally-acclaimed Zuma in Downtown Miami serves modern Japanese as well as brunch on Sundays. Other than classic brunch dishes, their Sunday brunch also includes a sushi bar, robata counter, and Japanese dessert bar.
Coconut Grove’s “see and be seen” restaurant, GreenStreet Cafe is one of the Best Brunch Restaurants in Miami due to it’s friendly, European atmosphere and delicious menu. A Bloody Mary, breakfast cocktail, and beer in hand rounds out brunch at this local landmark.
Juvia is a hip restaurant to have brunch with its ultra-modern style, South Beach views, and eclectic menu. Their cocktails also take brunch to a whole new level with bottomless Bloody Marys and sangria.
Known for their “feel-good food,” Fooq’s Sunday brunch is sure to please with a variety of egg dishes, some classics and others reflecting the restaurant’s eclectic cuisine. Their brunch also includes pancakes and French toast as well as large selection of wines and beers.
Brunch at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar delivers true soul food like biscuits and gravy, shrimp and grits, and Elvis-inspired pancakes. They also have wonderful brunch items you’ll be glad to see earlier in the day including macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs, and fried chicken.
Located in the courtyard of Soho Beach House, Cecconi’s lands itself on our Best Brunch Restaurants in Miami serving an earlier brunch seven days a week. Their menu includes classic brunch items as well as healthy breakfast bowls, cold press juices, and a variety of teas and coffee drinks.
A modern steakhouse, Edge Steak & Bar has an elaborate Sunday brunch in Miami with just about every station you can think of including salads, gourmet meats and cheeses, raw seafood, tacos, a slow-roasted pig, BBQ, breakfast entrees, and desserts.
Treat yourself this weekend and get brunch at these top-rated Miami restaurants. You’ll find your Sunday tradition! For more great restaurants in Miami like these, see our Dining Guide.
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