Love brunch? The better question is — who doesn't? And while dining looks different nowadays, brunch will always remain a classic. The weekend meal comes in all forms — from tapas to tacos — and here is where to find some of the best from some of the Magic City’s longstanding eateries. Here are 17 top spots for that next weekend meal.Read More
17 Classic Miami Brunch Spots
A round up of Miami's most perennial brunch go-tos
This brunch favorite offers something most don’t: a complete brunch menu every Friday, in addition to its Saturday and Sunday offerings. Guests can sip on $25 all-you-can-drink mimosas for up to two hours during brunch service while dining on bites like its popular Pinch burger, guava cream cheese stuffed French toast, and more.
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This whimsical Vietnamese-leaning restaurant offers its twist on brunch with decadent dishes like crispy croissant French toast, breakfast Bahn mi, and a variety of bao available from noon to 3 p.m. every Sunday. Wash it all back with a pitcher of tropical mimosas or rose sangria to make it an extra fun Sunday funday.
In search of a hearty, stick-to-the-bones type of brunch? Blue Collar has got that covered every day of the week. Opt for a breakfast burrito filled with chorizo and eggs or the BC Slam with French toast, eggs, bacon, grits, and toast.
Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Aside from rotating specials and mainstays like the kimchi benedict and breakfast pizza, this is the place to satisfy that weekend sweet tooth. From buttermilk pancakes to brioche French toast to the decadent brunch board filled with various confections, there is something for everyone on this menu. Available Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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A longtime Wynwood gem, Morgan’s offers a daily brunch with hearty American-style options like raspberry and mascarpone stuffed French toast and eggs benedict in a retro-feeling, restored house.
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company
Not only is it one of the best bars in America, but it’s also one of the best brunches in town. Offered every Sunday from noon to 5 p.m., dine on dishes created by Michelle Bernstein like cheesy breakfast arepas, lobster benedict, a Southern brisket sandwich, and its ‘ridiculous’ French toast made with brioche bread, caramelized banana, caramel, berries, cream cheese whipped cream, and a berry marmalade on the side. Pair it with $35 all-you-can-drink rose to complete the meal.
Every weekend All Day offers up brunch dishes like lump crab Benedicts with leche de tigre hollandaise sauce or huevos rancheros in addition to its already breakfast-leaning menu of egg sandwiches, avocado toast, and creative coffee concoctions. Or make it more of a proper brunch experience by ordering mimosas for the table.
While every queen deserves a palace, it must be noted that food, drink, and entertainment are also necessities. This legendary gay bar on Ocean Drive has one of the best drag brunches in the country with a lively drag show every Friday through Monday, served with unlimited mimosas for $50.
Bring a hearty appetite to Prime Fish’s weekend brunch, including bottomless mimosas, bellinis, prosecco, bloody Marys, juices, teas, coffee, and soft drinks for $79. Pile on the offerings from the myriad of buffet stations ranging from brunch classics like waffles, omelets, and baked goods to dishes like sushi, salads, and carving stations.
B Bistro + Bakery (Multiple locations)
This Brickell brunch go-to — expanded to locations throughout South Florida — offers breakfast items daily like steak and eggs, smoked salmon scramble, pastelito pancakes, croissant loaf French toasts, and a variety of decadent pastries that are perfect for adding to the Instagram feed.
This Brickell-adjacent restaurant specializes in brunch, served every day on its menu. Owned by former Florida Gator football player Carlos Dunlap; this restaurant serves up six different styles of eggs benedict, waffles, pancakes, and even vegan scrambles. Those craving something a bit more lunch-like can choose from sandwiches, wraps, bowls, and salads. And yes, honey is the topping of choice at the restaurant — but not the only option.
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Threefold Cafe (Multiple locations)
Dine on a proper "brekkie" like a good Aussie would at this Coral Gables breakfast and lunch go-to. The menu is sweet and simple, with items like Zak the Baker topped "smashed" avocado toast, savory stuffed French toast, a spin on the classic eggs benedict dubbed the "pope benedict" nestled on top of fried hashbrown patties, and more Panther coffee than anyone can drink.
Bulla Gastrobar (Multiple locations)
The Spanish restaurant is known for tapas-style small plates, but the brunch portions are rather hearty. Enjoy a $29.50 prix fixe brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with an appetizer, entree, and sweets selection such as avocado toast, cochinillo hash, and blueberry and ricotta pancakes. Add the two and a half hours bottomless option for $20, and sip on red, white, and beer sangrias and mimosas.
This Key Biscayne institution serves up its swanky brunch with a side of some of the best views in town. Seafood heavy classics can be found throughout the menu like the lobster Benedict, crab huevos rancheros, along with sweeter additions like crusted French toast and fruity pebbly pancakes. Pair with bottomless mimosas made with unique juices like activated charcoal and lemonade. Available Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tropical Chinese Restaurant
Consider this Miami’s king of dim sum. The popular Chinese restaurant has been going strong for nearly 40 years, and its brunch is as popular as ever. Its unassuming strip mall location gives way for a buzzing restaurant offering a huge assortment of bao, buns, and dumplings. The Peking duck is a fan favorite, but don’t pass up the perfectly steam shrimp or leek dumplings either.
This tried and true brunch spot in Coconut Grove is a place favored by locals for decades. Be prepared to wait, but many claim the waffles are well worth it.
Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering
Every weekend this South Miami staple known for its Southern fare offers up a rotating brunch menu with items like chicken and waffles, buttermilk pancakes, huevos rancheros, and fried green tomatoes. Available Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.