Weekends are made for brunch and the boozier, the better. Brunch is the new weekend happy hour — and happy hour means discounted drinks. With that in mind, the following is a list of some of the Magic City’s all-inclusive bottomless brunches and bottomless ad-on for $20 or less that keep the bubbly flowing.Read More
16 Boozy Miami Brunches That Offer the Best Bang For Your Buck
Because mimosas don't come cheap people.
1. Corsair Kitchen & Bar
Located inside the Turnberry Isle resort, Corsair invites patrons to its Saturday and Sunday brunch for $45 inclusive of bottomless mimosas plus complimentary valet parking. Enjoy buffet style stations with fruit, charcuterie, flatbreads, hot breakfast items, raw bar, and dessert selections as well as one cooked to order dish such as the open face omelet with chorizo or eggs Benedict. Upgrade to the bottomless bloody Mary bar for an additional $8.
2. Pinch Kitchen
Miami, FL 33138
Sip on $25 all-you-can drink mimosas every Saturday and Sunday at Pinch Kitchen for up two hours while dining on bites like its popular Pinch burger, guava cream cheese stuffed French toast, and more.
3. Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar
Peruvian food lovers will embrace this weekend brunch offered both on Saturdays and Sunday. The three-course menu is priced at $27 and includes favorites like empanadas de aji de gallina, the cholo benedicto with crispy pork belly, a cremoso ceviche, and suspiro dessert. For an additional $18, enjoy bottomless sangria and Pisco’s signature champagne cocktail, el shandy for two and a half hours.
4. Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market
Quench the brunch thirst with bottomless mimosas, bloody hariguchi, and sake sangria at Dragonfly. Order any a la carte brunch menu such as the Japanese fried chicken and waffles and pay $18 for the bottomless option. For heartier appetites, opt for the $27 three course menu including an appetizer, entrée, and dessert and pay $15 for bottomless drinks.
5. R House Wynwood
Enjoy a drag queen show with brunch on Sundays at Wynwood’s R House. Select from four packages ranging from $40 to $60 which include one or unlimited appetizers as well as one dish. The packages are also inclusive of bottomless mimosas and sangria, and admission to the show.
Enjoy a rooftop brunch at Lincoln Road’s Juvia. The restaurant offers a $55 prix fixe menu on Saturdays and Sundays. The price includes bottomless mimosas, bellinis or prosecco, as well as dishes such as smoked salmon eggs Benedict, and shrimp and wild mushroom linguini.
Craving an Asian inspired brunch? Tanuki has that and dim sum more. Enjoy the Sunday brunch dim sum special for $8 along with bottomless prosecco for an additional $20.
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8. Lobster Bar Sea Grille
Enjoy a three course brunch inclusive of bottomless bloody Marys, bellinis, mimosas, and prosecco in swanky South of Fifth. The three course brunch menu is $49 and features chef Arturo Paz’s whole chili lobster toast, as well as a deconstructed lump crab cake eggs Benedict, and steak and egg béarnaise with a petite filet mignon.
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9. Prime Fish
The popular Saturday and Sunday brunch at Prime Fish will satisfy a hungry appetite. In addition to the myriad of buffet stations, patrons can also select a classic egg dish from the a la cart menu including the popover stuffed with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, scallions and cream cheese, and egg foo yung omelet with rock shrimp and Chinese sausage. The price is $59 and includes bottomless mimosas, bellinis, prosecco, and Bloody Marys.
10. Batch Gastropub
Pair brunch with unlimited mimosas, white and red sangria, and bellinis for just $20 (for two hours) plus Bacon Bourbon Bloody Mary’s for $10, and Chipotle Bloody Mary’s for $8.
Get a complimentary mimosa from 10 to 11:30 a.m., every Saturday and Sunday, when you order brunch favorites like eggs benedict royal, French toast, huevos rancheros and more. After that it’s just $20 for unlimited for two hours.
12. Bulla Gastrobar
The Spanish eatery is known for tapas style small plates but the brunch portions are rather hearty. Enjoy a $27 prix fixe brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with choice of appetizer, entrée, and sweets selection such as the avocado toast, cochinillo hash, and blueberry and ricotta pancakes. Add the two and a half hours bottomless option for $18. and sip on red, white, and beer sangrias, as well as mimosas.
13. Brasserie Central
Coral Gables, FL 33146
Merrick Park’s French bistro hosts brunch on Saturdays and Sundays for $45 inclusive of an appetizer, main dish, dessert, and unlimited mimosas. Dine on menu highlights like the mussels marinière, country style pâté, New York steak and frites, three egg omelet with ham, herbs, and gruyere cheese, and crêpes Suzette. Opt for the outdoor seating to dine and sip like a true Parisian.
14. Taurus Beer & Whisk(e)y House
Coconut Grove's iconic bar, Taurus Beer & Whisk(e)y House features $19 all you-can-drink specials which includes its own house infused jalapeño vodka Bloody Mary; house infused bacon rye whiskey Old-Fashioned; Warsteiner Grapefruit Radler; Mimosas and and Miller Lite Draft. Available Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.
Perfect for that hangover, go to this gastropub for eggs Benedict, lobster BLT, “Fat Elvis Waffles, something called a “Hangover Sandwich Part 2,” and more. Brunch has a live DJ, and bottomless mimosas are just $12 with a purchase of an entree.
16. The Brick Restaurant
Downtown Dadeland is buzzing on Sundays with brunch at Brick. Dine on a vast selection of dishes including the Zak the Baker banana bread French toast with bourbon caramel drizzle, bone marrow and gouda tator tots, or get adventurous and order chef Beebe’s secret menu item which varies every weekend. Make sure to wash it all down with mix and match bottomless champage cocktails including mimosas, bellinis, kir royale, or straight up bubbly for $20.