Not only is Sweet Liberty an award winning Miami Beach bar with great cocktails and those amazing cauliflower nachos, but now they’ve got brunch, too! For all the boozy brunch lovers out there they even have a bottomless rosé option available to add for $25.
Sweet Liberty also has a delicious cocktail menu that pairs well with breakfast, including an Espresso Martini made with tequila that’s got enough coffee kick in it to wake even the sleepiest “bruncher” up.
While the menu may seem small, it’s got all the brunch classics. We opted for a little bit of everything, because what is brunch without a table overflowing in food?! The Crudité Plate with green goddess dressing and jalapeno cornbread was a great way to start the meal.
Then we moved on to the Tuna Tostada with diced Bluefin tuna, crispy leeks, and chipotle aioli – our friends over at Miami Food Pug told us we would be missing out if we skipped this dish, and they were right!
The Eggs & Grits were a Southern comfort food that I didn’t know I needed, and would definitely order again.
Whenever I see Chilaquiles on a menu, I can’t ignore them and I have to order them.
They were delicious, but the real winner of the meal was the Stuffed French Toast – cornflake crusted brioche, fresh bananas, vanilla cream, Kentucky whiskey caramel, and Vermont maple syrup with little chocolate pearls on top. It was a dessert and a meal all in one. They’ve got other classics like a Farm Fresh Omelette and Steak & Potatoes for the hearty breakfast eaters.
I will admit that it did seem strange to be inside of Sweet Liberty midday with tons of light shining in, as it’s not a place I would think of as a go to brunch spot. But things change and that Stuffed French Toast and bottomless rosé has me craving more. I hear the burger is pretty delicious as well – I’ll be back!
237 20th St B,
Miami Beach, FL 33139