Summers 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 with 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( and newly crowned Best Cocktail Bar at Tales of The Cocktail in New Orleans) now offers a “Rise & Dine” weekend brunch with some traditional and not so traditional dishes. Start with the Tuna Tostada with diced Bluefin tuna, crispy leeks, and chipotle aioli, the Eggs & Grits offer Southern comfort food and the 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. $45 per guest includes dishes like a variety 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.
Bakehouse Brasserie- Plenty of breakfast items like Brioche French Toast, Omelets, Eggs Benedict, Croque Madame and pastries to choose from in this popular new French bistro Breakfast and Lunch spot South of Fifth. Some of the pastry/dessert highlights made in-house by Chef Tatiana Vernot include classics like, Pain de Chocolate, Carrot Cake, Coconut & Pecan Cake, and Key Lime Pie, and a flaky Maple Bacon Cinnamon Roll filled with bacon and topped with cream cheese icing. And don’t pass up a refreshing glass of Frosé. AND there is even a Miami Spice Sunday Brunch menu. Bakehouse Brasserie 806 First St. Miami Beach, FL.
Pubbelly Sushi- The Dough Bar 305 is special feature only on Sundays at Pubbelly Sushi. Pastry Chef Maria Orantes joins Owner/Chef Jose Mendin for a fun brunch in Sunset Harbour. The Dough Bar 305 changes regularly and Chef Maria has made between 30-40 donut combinations for Sunday Brunch service. Highlights include, the Bacon Donut – made with chicharrones crumbled on top. The Nutella Brownie is made with the leftover brioche crumbs and is rich and chocolaty. Incorporating tons of Asian flavors in their cuisine, you can most recently find options like Salty Green Tea filled with Chai Crème, Thai Coffee Donut, and Chocolate Miso Sesame Donut. Rent a Citibike so you can overindulge and then work those house made goodies off. Pubbelly Sushi 1424 20th St. 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. For $49.95, this is another brunch good deal and the 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. Beverages are an extra $7-, but 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.
NaiYaRa- NaiYaRa has brought Miami’s first-ever Thai inspired brunch to Miami Beach’s Sunset Harbor neighborhood. As imagined by Chef Bee, Sunday brunch includes Momma’s Thai Brunch, Soft-Shell Crab Thai Buns and Fried Duck & Biscuits. Make sure you save room for Sweet Roti, an Indian-style sweet pancake topped with Condensed Milk and Coconut Ice Cream. Cocktails include the signature Mary Mary with your choice of spirits and Fresh Yellow Tomato, Rice Wine Vinegar, Cilantro, Lime, Thai Bird Chili, Horseradish and beautifully topped with a bite of Cucumber Hamachi Crudo. NaiYaRa 1854 Bay Road. Miami Beach FL.
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