It's just a few hours until the weekend is upon us. It's time to start making the brunch plans. We've found two new brunches in Miami you need to check out, plus one for our north-of-the border friends.
SUNNY ISLES — The man that helped launch the Biltmore's famous brunch, Philippe Ruiz, is back in the brunch game at his new restaurant Fresh American Bistro. Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. guests can dine on stations offering everything from Belgian Waffles to Stone Crabs and Citrus Poached Salmon for $45 a person. Add on unlimited mimosas for $20 more. [EaterWire]
SOUTH BEACH — Bodega is proving it isn't just a late night taco and tequila spot. Beginning this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. it'll offer up a brunch menu with items like a Huevos Ranchero Tacos, Egg Tortas and a option for $18 bottomless Bloody Marias or Micheladas. [EaterWire]
POMPANO BEACH — For those of you that live a little further north, The Rusty Hook Tavern in Pompano Beach has kicked off its brunch service. Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. it'll serve up an a la carte menu with dishes like Vietnamese Bahn Mi and the Fish Tacos on its new brunch menu. Bottomless mimosas are available for an extra $15. [EaterWire]