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The Ultimate Guide to Brunching in Every Miami Neighborhood
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Beyond the center of Miami’s gastronomical hub lies a culinary landscape full of brunch-worthy jewels ready to be explored—to help you find them all, we made a comprehensive list of the best restaurants in every Miami neighborhood made for our favorite weekend activity.
This So-Fi eatery from renownedTongue & Cheekchef Jamie DeRosa, is laying out some of New England's finest for their weekend brunch service. Shuck some oysters and follow up with oysters rancheros for the ultimate seafood experience. And because nothing tastes better with oysters than rosé, opt for their bottomless option to liven things up. Bonus: The eatery is kid-friendly!423 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-397-8843
A little piece of the Mediterranean has landed in Midtown by way of Apeiro Kitchen & Bar. Here, diners can enjoy bottomless mimosas on the restaurant’s outdoor patio, while sampling dishes like their Italian-style eggs Benedict crafted with red wine poached eggs and prosciutto sausages, and Moroccan spiced lamb ribs that fall right off the bone. Be sure to try a few small plates like the ever-fluffy buñuelos made with prosciutto and stracchino, and smothered with truffle honey. 3252 NE First Ave., Midtown, 786-800-5389
Any respectable food lover knows that whatever chef Michael Schwartz touches always turns to edible gold—Sunday brunches at Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink are no different. This Design District eatery boasts a selection of small plates with the dishes changing weekly. We like to rotate between the shrimp and grits made with tuscan kale, tomato harissa, and chorizo, and the ever-popular stracciatella served with heirloom tomato, basil, and fleur de sel. 130 NE 40th St., Design District, 305-573-5550
When You're in Hialeah: La Fresa Francesa Petit Café
When you think of Hialeah, you don’t really imagine a neighborhood bursting with dining options. However, this attitude is slowly changing with last year's arrival of this quaint French bistro helmed by Hialeah native Sandy Sanchez and her chef slash husband Benoît Rablat. The menu is littered with French-inspired delights including everyone's go-to, which is their banana flambé French toast. The bananas are set on fire with rum, brown sugar, and butter, and set on top medianoche bread before getting a generous shower of toasted hazelnuts and marscapone cream cheese. 59 W. Third St., Hialeah, 786-717-6886
A typical Louie Bossi brunch is sure to kickstart your weekend with a dazzling array of Italian cuisine and plenty of drinking. If you’re looking for something sweet, try their whole-grain Nutella waffles sprinkled with toasted hazelnuts and chocolate. But if you're craving standard brunch fare, you can’t go wrong with their poached eggs on oven-roasted polenta doused in San Marzano sauce. Sit back with a couple of mimosas, bellinis, or bloody Marys that come in generous pours thanks to their bottomless drink specials, and indulge your meal at a leisurely pace in their picturesque atmosphere. 1032 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-356-6699
Kendall’s dining repertoire just got a whole lot cooler with a little help from this chic Peruvian resto. This ceviche and gastrobar offers a brunch menu highlighting small plates like churrasco empanadas (seared skirt steak with chalaquita and rocoto aioli) and passion fruit ceviche made with flounder, passion fruit, and leche de tigre. Large format dishes include butifarra, which is made with jamón del país, camote, salsa criolla, and served next to a pile of French fries. Don't miss out on their decadent pancakes de alfajores, which come with fruit skewers and dulce de leche—you won't reget it. 8405 Mills Dr., Miami, 305-630-3844
If all our Sundays could start with an order of this eatery's famous Cap'n Crunch pancakes topped with candied Cap'n Crunch and condensed milk syrup, we would be among the happiest people in all of South Florida. Though eclectic dishes like these are what make this local gem so special, we also suggest the 'Elvis' tartine made with nut and seed butter and whole grain bread, and their fried chicken sandwich with hoisin barbecue sauce and vegetable slaw served on a brioche bun. Proceed to wash it all down with their delicious guava mimosas for the perfect meal. 804 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-448-6524
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This mantra can be perfectly applied to this 24-year-old Coconut Grove dining staple, where weekend brunches are pretty much legendary. Not only is it one of the Magic City's most rave-worthy thanks to their friendly ambiance, but it also consistently offers delicious bites in the forms of gluten-free blueberry pancakes, Nutella-stuffed French toast, and steak and eggs. With a Grove Goddess cocktail (fresh watermelon juice, St. Germain, Aperol, and cava) in hand, you really can't go wrong at GreenStreet Cafe. 3468 Main Highway, Coconut Grove, 305-444-0244
Take your brunch experience to new heights at this luxe eatery helmed by celebrity chef Michael Mina with their decadent prix-fixe menu. Their Sunday brunch service, which finally made a comeback after a seven-year hiatus, includes bottomless mimosas and an area to craft your own bloody Mary cocktails. We can't wait to nosh on the Anson Mills white cheddar grits served with braised wagyu short rib and tomato relish, and their Maine crab cake Benedict with Old Bay hollandaise and pancetta. Turnberry Isles Miami, 199999 West Country Club, Aventura, 786-279-2600