Summer 2019-Best Brunches on Miami Beach
Miamians love their Brunch. Eating outdoors, sun shining, and day drinking makes brunch feel like possibly the favorite meal of the week.
After a night out at the clubs, or just hanging with friends binge watching Netflix, going out to brunch is a sure cure for a hangover or a way to meet up before a day at the beach over a casual, relaxed and in many cases, a “boozy” meal.
Not always the typical “All You Can Eat Buffet” found in local area hotels, here are some of MIAbites best brunch bets on Miami Beach: Many offer only Sunday brunch so always good to check ahead to confirm.
Sweet Liberty Food and Drink- The popular Happy Hour and late-night haunt now offers a “Waking Up” Sunday brunch with some traditional and not so traditional dishes. Start with the Hawaiian Tuna Poke with diced Bluefin tuna, crispy leeks, and chipotle aioli, Chilaquiles, the Cauliflower nachos and the “Ridiculous” Stuffed French Toast – cornflake crusted brioche, fresh bananas, vanilla cream, Kentucky whiskey caramel, and Vermont maple syrup with little chocolate pearls on top is a decadent sweet way to start the day. Sweet Liberty 237 20th St B. Miami Beach, FL.
Hakkasan- Looking for something different? Pre-fixe Dim Sum Lunch at this beautiful restaurant in the iconic Fontainebleau Hotel is available every Saturday and Sunday from 12 PM - 3:00 PM. and includes dishes like a variety of Dim Sum of steamed and fried dumplings, baby pak choi fried rice with egg and choice of BBQ ribs or Szechuan diced chicken. Hakkasan in The Fontainebleau 4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FL.
Prime Fish- This is one of the only “All You Can Eat Buffet” options we have on the list, and for good reason. Endless seafood, omelets, eggs, and pastries make this one of the best Sunday brunches for a group. For only $49 you get bottomless drinks, a buffet that includes 4 Cheese Truffle Mac, Nutella French Toast, Chicken and Waffles, Duck Confit Hash, “Kobe” Meatballs and a Carving Station. Brunch also includes bottomless mimosas, bellinis, prosecco, and house made bloody marys. Prime Fish 100 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL.
Nikki Beach- A Sunday brunch extravaganza, Nikki Beach offers multiple “All You Can Eat” stations while dining directly on the sands of Miami Beach. The “Amazing Sundays” options range from breakfast items like omelets and pastries to a paella station, a carving station, Pad Thai, sushi station and a memorable deconstructed Eggs Benedict. The Gourmet Bloody Mary alone is a meal in itself. Nikki Beach 1 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, FL
27 Restaurant- The sign over the entrance says, Home Cooking, and that is exactly what you can expect from Chef Jimmy LeBron’s Sunday brunch. Israeli Shakshuka, Egg Burritos, Latkes Benedict, Tres Leches French Toast and more. Smoky Margaritas and Red and Green Bloody Mary’s make this a brunch even your Mom would love. 27 Restaurant 2727 Indian Creek Dr. Miami Beach, FL
Cecconi’s at SoHo Beach House- if you are looking to indulge in a MIAMI beach brunch buffet like no other, then look no further than Cecconi’s at Soho Beach House. Their brunch menu boasts hand-made pasta, pizzas, seafood and dishes from Italy using the finest ingredients along with traditional brunch favorites. Guests who dine for brunch also enjoy seating in their cozy garden setting and can expect top notch service. Cecconi’s 4385 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL.
Bird & Bone - Enjoy American cuisine and southern fare at this popular restaurant located inside of the Confidante Hotel. Chef Richard Hales hot chicken can’t be beat and is served with corn waffles, as tacos and also with biscuits. Other favorites include the sweet potato pancakes, strawberry French toast, and their signature eggs Benedict. We recommend washing it all down with their bottomless mimosas, bloody mary’s, or one of their delicious smoothies. Bird & Bone 4041 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL.
Malibu Farm- One of the few spots on Miami Beach with a view of the beach and cool ocean breezes, Sunday brunch has extensive offerings including their cauliflower pizza, egg sandwiches, burritos, surfer rancheros and ABC tacos with avocado, bacon, egg and scrambled eggs. Add a bottomless Mimosa or Rosé for $30 and spend the day. Malibu Farm in the Nobu/Eden Roc- 4525 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL
Driftway at The Generator- Poolside at the Generator, Sunday’s brunch at Driftway includes local kombucha, Breakfast Burritos, Brioche French toast, Shrimp and Grits, Tostada Chilaquiles and some creative craft cocktails to wash all that goodness down. 3120 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL.
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