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The 15 Best Eggs Benedicts in Miami

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Here in Miami, not all eggs Benedict are created equal. The Magic City has an abundance of takes on this brunch staple. From the traditional with an English muffin, Canadian bacon and hollandaise to Latin inspired with a sweet plantain base, pork belly and rococo to Southern comfort style with jalapeño cornbread, pulled pork and barbecue sauce. Get ready for a taste bud temptation with this list of some of Miami's most eclectic eggs Benedict dishes.

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Josh's Delicatessen & Appetizing

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Order: Corned Beef Benediction

Why it's different: Josh's motto is a “Jewish Deli Done Wrong” but many beg to differ. Everything here is so right including the corned beef benediction. The base of this benny is a bagel, of course. Next is a generous serving of corned beef cooked together with onions, green peppers and home fries. Poached eggs sit on top and are crowned with just enough hollandaise so it does not overwhelm the corned beef.

Jimmy's East-Side Diner

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Order: Traditional Eggs Benedict

Why it's different: This no frills, old school diner’s traditional eggs Benedict are a customer favorite. Perhaps it's the hollandaise sauce. Or maybe the thick cut Canadian bacon. It could possibly be the poached eggs that burst upon contact with a fork. One thing is certain: at Jimmy's traditional is the only way to go.

Phuc Yea

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Order: Crab Cake Benny

Why it's different: Phuc Yea starts with its own buttermilk “biskit” and tops it with a pan fried, Cajun crab cake. If Cajun spices aren’t enough, the poached egg is showered with a Sriracha hollandaise full of Vietnamese spices for an extra spicy kick.

Blue Collar

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Order: Pulled Pork Benedict

Why it's different: Southern comfort food is what Blue Collar is all about. This benedict is paired with a jalapeño cornbread with eight hour braised pulled pork rubbed with paprika, cayenne pepper and brown sugar, which is then topped with poached eggs and chef's golden barbecue hollandaise sauce.

Pisco y Nazca

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Order: Cholo Benedict

Why it's different: Peruvian eatery Pisco concocted a sweet take on eggs benny. In place of the English muffin, it used a sweet plantain (aka maduros) cake. Pisco added crispy pork belly and topped the poached egg with rocoto hollandaise filled with diced red onions and tomatoes for a Latin twist.

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

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Order: Kimchi Benedict

Why it's different: Fermented cabbage may not be everyone's cup of tea but kimchi it’s a nice compliment to the classic eggs benedict. The take at Michael's begins with an English muffin and then kimchi and crispy pork belly are added and then the poached eggs. The crowning hollandaise also has kimchi for added extra spiciness.

La Latina Miami

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Order: Desayuno Criollo

Why it's different: Dine on a Venezuelan twist of eggs benny at this Wynwood spot. La Latina pairs black bean puree with an arepa as the base, then topped with a fried egg, sour cream, jalapeño sauce and white cheese for a sweet and salty take.

Morgan's Restaurant

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Order: Eggs Benedict With House Cured Salmon

Why it's different: Morgans' goes the savory route for its eggs Benedict featuring cured salmon nestled on a biscuit, with poached eggs and hollandaise garnished with scallions.

The Butcher Shop

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Order: Chorizo Burger Benedict

Why it's different: A meat lover's delight with two brisket, sirloin and chorizo blend sliders on a split English muffin. Butcher Shop then tops it off with poached eggs and a chimichurri hollandaise to compliment the meat.

Mignonette

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Order: Eggs Benedict

Why it’s different: The eggs Benedict at Mignonette are made with a buttermilk muffin biscuit cut in half then offered with a bevy of topping choices like crab, Maine lobster, shrimp, bacon, sausage, or asparagus. The other half of the muffin biscuit serves as a hat to top the poached egg and hollandaise sauce.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

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Order: Yardbird Benedict

Why it's different: Yardbird uses a mini cast iron skillet to house its eggs Benedict. Crumbled buttermilk biscuits pieces are topped with smoked pork belly lardons cooked sous vide for zest. The poached eggs and hollandaise are added and finished off in the oven and garnished with chives.

The Local House

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Order: Cubano Benedict

Why it's different: Think mini Cuban sandwich with a poached egg. A buttery muffin is topped with Serrano ham, Swiss cheese and pickles. The eggs are then placed and drizzled with mustard and hollandaise.

Eating House

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Order: Carbonara Eggs Benedict

Why it's different: Thick sourdough bread serves as the base for this intriguing Benedict. (Although chef Giorgio Rapicavoli is known to switch it up and use Cuban bread, too.) The bread is topped with slices of thick bacon and soft eggs then finished off with a black truffle and grana padano hollandaise for an Italian twist.

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

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Order: Dungeness Crab Benedict

Why it's different: Underneath the 63-degree poached eggs is sautéed spinach with shallots and hollandaise, which is made with Dungeness crab pieces sautéed in butter and added to the bread and over the eggs.

ROK:BRGR

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Order: Benedict Bar

Why it’s different: The options are seemingly endless at Rok:Brgr's Benedict Bar. The base choices include a traditional English muffin, a country biscuit or the sweet tooth favorite mini Belgium waffle. Protein selections to top the base are smoked bacon, Canadian bacon, short rib, lobster and smoked salmon. The poached eggs are bathed with choice of hollandaise or the spicier Sriracha hollandaise.

Josh's Delicatessen & Appetizing

Order: Corned Beef Benediction

Why it's different: Josh's motto is a “Jewish Deli Done Wrong” but many beg to differ. Everything here is so right including the corned beef benediction. The base of this benny is a bagel, of course. Next is a generous serving of corned beef cooked together with onions, green peppers and home fries. Poached eggs sit on top and are crowned with just enough hollandaise so it does not overwhelm the corned beef.

Jimmy's East-Side Diner

Order: Traditional Eggs Benedict

Why it's different: This no frills, old school diner’s traditional eggs Benedict are a customer favorite. Perhaps it's the hollandaise sauce. Or maybe the thick cut Canadian bacon. It could possibly be the poached eggs that burst upon contact with a fork. One thing is certain: at Jimmy's traditional is the only way to go.

Phuc Yea

Order: Crab Cake Benny

Why it's different: Phuc Yea starts with its own buttermilk “biskit” and tops it with a pan fried, Cajun crab cake. If Cajun spices aren’t enough, the poached egg is showered with a Sriracha hollandaise full of Vietnamese spices for an extra spicy kick.

Blue Collar

Order: Pulled Pork Benedict

Why it's different: Southern comfort food is what Blue Collar is all about. This benedict is paired with a jalapeño cornbread with eight hour braised pulled pork rubbed with paprika, cayenne pepper and brown sugar, which is then topped with poached eggs and chef's golden barbecue hollandaise sauce.

Pisco y Nazca

Order: Cholo Benedict

Why it's different: Peruvian eatery Pisco concocted a sweet take on eggs benny. In place of the English muffin, it used a sweet plantain (aka maduros) cake. Pisco added crispy pork belly and topped the poached egg with rocoto hollandaise filled with diced red onions and tomatoes for a Latin twist.

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

Order: Kimchi Benedict

Why it's different: Fermented cabbage may not be everyone's cup of tea but kimchi it’s a nice compliment to the classic eggs benedict. The take at Michael's begins with an English muffin and then kimchi and crispy pork belly are added and then the poached eggs. The crowning hollandaise also has kimchi for added extra spiciness.

La Latina Miami

Order: Desayuno Criollo

Why it's different: Dine on a Venezuelan twist of eggs benny at this Wynwood spot. La Latina pairs black bean puree with an arepa as the base, then topped with a fried egg, sour cream, jalapeño sauce and white cheese for a sweet and salty take.

Morgan's Restaurant

Order: Eggs Benedict With House Cured Salmon

Why it's different: Morgans' goes the savory route for its eggs Benedict featuring cured salmon nestled on a biscuit, with poached eggs and hollandaise garnished with scallions.

The Butcher Shop

Order: Chorizo Burger Benedict

Why it's different: A meat lover's delight with two brisket, sirloin and chorizo blend sliders on a split English muffin. Butcher Shop then tops it off with poached eggs and a chimichurri hollandaise to compliment the meat.

Mignonette

Order: Eggs Benedict

Why it’s different: The eggs Benedict at Mignonette are made with a buttermilk muffin biscuit cut in half then offered with a bevy of topping choices like crab, Maine lobster, shrimp, bacon, sausage, or asparagus. The other half of the muffin biscuit serves as a hat to top the poached egg and hollandaise sauce.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Order: Yardbird Benedict

Why it's different: Yardbird uses a mini cast iron skillet to house its eggs Benedict. Crumbled buttermilk biscuits pieces are topped with smoked pork belly lardons cooked sous vide for zest. The poached eggs and hollandaise are added and finished off in the oven and garnished with chives.

The Local House

Order: Cubano Benedict

Why it's different: Think mini Cuban sandwich with a poached egg. A buttery muffin is topped with Serrano ham, Swiss cheese and pickles. The eggs are then placed and drizzled with mustard and hollandaise.

Eating House

Order: Carbonara Eggs Benedict

Why it's different: Thick sourdough bread serves as the base for this intriguing Benedict. (Although chef Giorgio Rapicavoli is known to switch it up and use Cuban bread, too.) The bread is topped with slices of thick bacon and soft eggs then finished off with a black truffle and grana padano hollandaise for an Italian twist.

Bazaar Mar by José Andrés

Order: Dungeness Crab Benedict

Why it's different: Underneath the 63-degree poached eggs is sautéed spinach with shallots and hollandaise, which is made with Dungeness crab pieces sautéed in butter and added to the bread and over the eggs.

ROK:BRGR

Order: Benedict Bar

Why it’s different: The options are seemingly endless at Rok:Brgr's Benedict Bar. The base choices include a traditional English muffin, a country biscuit or the sweet tooth favorite mini Belgium waffle. Protein selections to top the base are smoked bacon, Canadian bacon, short rib, lobster and smoked salmon. The poached eggs are bathed with choice of hollandaise or the spicier Sriracha hollandaise.

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