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9 Miami Spice Brunch Menus Worthy of a Try

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Miami Spice is here, with three-course dining deals at nearly 200 restaurants throughout Miami-Dade. The promotion will run through September 30 and will feature Miami’s favorite meal, brunch, as an enjoyable three-course option for a fixed-price cost of only $28 per person.

This year’s list of participants includes a good variety of options, read on for the best ten restaurants around town offering brunch in 2022 during Miami Spice.

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Reunion Ktchn Bar

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The eclectic menu at Reunion Ktchn Bar in Aventura showcases flavors from Spain, Asia, and the Mediterranean. The restaurant is a perfect place to gather with friends and experience brunch dishes such as dates wrapped in bacon and goat cheese and flamed saganaki cheese topped with honey and pistachio crumble. The inventive list of entrees includes old-fashioned almond pancakes, eggplant parmigiana, and crispy tostones with krab salad on top. To finish the meal, order creme brulee or ricotta cheesecake with Belgian chocolate. Served on Saturdays and Sundays.

Il Mulino New York

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Situated in the elegant Acqualina Resort in Sunny Isles, Il Mulino offers both indoor and outdoor ocean view seating to savor a special Sunday Miami Spice brunch menu. Begin with an antipasto choice of frittata campanula or a strawberry salad tossed with burrata cheese. Continue with an entree of waffle Toscana, topped with crispy chicken and baby artichoke; a warm croissant sandwich stuffed with bacon, egg, and cheese with a side of truffle fries; or a hearty a dish of meat tortellini filled with ham, and sweet peas, topped with heavy cream sauce. The sweet ending is chocolate cake. Pair with a choice of one of the restaurant’s extensive selection of Italian wines.

Marfil Bistro

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Offered every Saturday for the duration of Miami Spice, Marfil Bistro’s contemporary Mediterranean brunch is a feast of dishes like French toast with scrambled eggs; Spanish tortilla with sliced potatoes; vegan fettuccine with mushroom, spinach, and tomatoes sauce. For a special dessert treat, order passion fruit marquise with vanilla sponge and passion fruit with mascarpone cream. 

Sunday brunch at Meet Dalia in the Celino South Beach hotel can be experienced in the restaurant’s pastel and jewel-toned indoor dining room or in the outdoor patio, which overlooks the hotel’s pool. The Mediterranean feast starts out with choice of pastries and fruits; a bowl of acai yogurt made with orange, shaved dark chocolate, mint, honey, pistachio; or muesli, topped with coconut, pineapple, toasted pumpkin seeds, apple, and berries. The restaurant’s Spice menu second course options are Greek omelette made with spinach, feta, and roasted tomatoes; a special Breakfast Burger packed with lettuce, tomato, onion, hollandaise sauce, sunny-side egg, fries, or, for a $15 supplement, a dish of buttermilk fried chicken bathed in oregano, maple syrup, honey butter, and merigolds. A dessert of Greek yogurt and attiki honey and walnut makes for a refreshing sweet ending. 

Two Sisters Restaurant

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The kitchen at Two Sisters in the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables is led by chef Joseph Bidwell, offering a menu blending the bold flavors of Miami with classic American cuisine. The restaurant is serving a Spice brunch this year with three-courses running the gamut from acai bowl made with banana and vegan coconut yogurt parfait topped with granola and berries to fried chicken and waffles topped with a spice maple syrup sauce. Looking for a decadent ending to your meal? Cinnamon sugar churros with dulce de leche dip are the best bet.

The Wagyu Bar

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At this casual steakhouse on Coral Way guests can start their Miami Spice brunch with a fruit bowl and choice of mimosa or prosecco, followed by steak and eggs or Ora King lox bagel. A dessert of arroz con leche or nigiri with coffee rounds out the meal. Served Saturdays and Sundays. 

Ecléctico Restaurant & Bar

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Eclectico’s Pan-Latin fusion cuisine with a contemporary Mexican heart also comes with live music on weekends, making it a great destination for Spice brunch in Coral Gables. The menu begins with I’m Hooked Tacosito, a dish of ahi tuna tartare tossed with chipotle mayo in a crispy gyoza shell, or a duck leg confit enchilada in flour tortilla, stuffed with melted gouda cheese, salsa verde, and chipotle nata. Main courses are also varied like the Queen of Caracas, an achiote corn arepa packed green chicken salad, avocado, gouda cheese, and nata crema, as well as the Maine Roe-Mance, a French fold omelette with butter poached lobster tail and black caviar. The standout sweet ending is the Dolce & Banana, crepe tacositos with tequila flambeed bananas, banana creme, and crispy salted caramel. Served Saturdays and Sundays. 

Chefs Michael Beltran has composed a brunch menu that combines a hearty roster of Italian dishes and seafood options. Appetizers include the Miami Clams with medianoche butter or the stracciatella, which comes with tomato carpaccio and sourdough panzanella. Guests can’t go wrong by ordering carbonara pasta with gnochetti sardi, guanciale, smoked pecorino, and poached egg for an entree and dessert of pavlova with passionfruit curd, raspberry, and whipped creme fraiche is sure to hit that sweet spot. 

Fiola Miami

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Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s restaurant in Coral Gables offers one of the most satisfying white tablecloth dining experiences in town. The food is just as appealing as the sophisticated ambiance and starter options exhibit a fine balance of flavors, like the heirloom tomato with ricotta bruschetta, topped with Georgia peaches, basil, and toasted almonds and drizzled with just the right amount of balsamico di Modena, or the pepper-crusted beef carpaccio crowned with piave vecchio, arugula, and picked mustard seeds. Pasta dishes are a must-try for a main course: choose between spaghettoni agile e olio with peperoncini and parsley or Roman shell carbonara with pancetta, cured egg, and black pepper. An ingenious mix of local, seasonal ingredients comes together in the dessert of coppetta with hosuemade seasonal sorbet or Macedonia di frutta blending fresh seasonal fruit, granita and mint. Served on Sundays. 

Reunion Ktchn Bar

The eclectic menu at Reunion Ktchn Bar in Aventura showcases flavors from Spain, Asia, and the Mediterranean. The restaurant is a perfect place to gather with friends and experience brunch dishes such as dates wrapped in bacon and goat cheese and flamed saganaki cheese topped with honey and pistachio crumble. The inventive list of entrees includes old-fashioned almond pancakes, eggplant parmigiana, and crispy tostones with krab salad on top. To finish the meal, order creme brulee or ricotta cheesecake with Belgian chocolate. Served on Saturdays and Sundays.

Il Mulino New York

Situated in the elegant Acqualina Resort in Sunny Isles, Il Mulino offers both indoor and outdoor ocean view seating to savor a special Sunday Miami Spice brunch menu. Begin with an antipasto choice of frittata campanula or a strawberry salad tossed with burrata cheese. Continue with an entree of waffle Toscana, topped with crispy chicken and baby artichoke; a warm croissant sandwich stuffed with bacon, egg, and cheese with a side of truffle fries; or a hearty a dish of meat tortellini filled with ham, and sweet peas, topped with heavy cream sauce. The sweet ending is chocolate cake. Pair with a choice of one of the restaurant’s extensive selection of Italian wines.

Marfil Bistro

Offered every Saturday for the duration of Miami Spice, Marfil Bistro’s contemporary Mediterranean brunch is a feast of dishes like French toast with scrambled eggs; Spanish tortilla with sliced potatoes; vegan fettuccine with mushroom, spinach, and tomatoes sauce. For a special dessert treat, order passion fruit marquise with vanilla sponge and passion fruit with mascarpone cream. 

Dalia

Sunday brunch at Meet Dalia in the Celino South Beach hotel can be experienced in the restaurant’s pastel and jewel-toned indoor dining room or in the outdoor patio, which overlooks the hotel’s pool. The Mediterranean feast starts out with choice of pastries and fruits; a bowl of acai yogurt made with orange, shaved dark chocolate, mint, honey, pistachio; or muesli, topped with coconut, pineapple, toasted pumpkin seeds, apple, and berries. The restaurant’s Spice menu second course options are Greek omelette made with spinach, feta, and roasted tomatoes; a special Breakfast Burger packed with lettuce, tomato, onion, hollandaise sauce, sunny-side egg, fries, or, for a $15 supplement, a dish of buttermilk fried chicken bathed in oregano, maple syrup, honey butter, and merigolds. A dessert of Greek yogurt and attiki honey and walnut makes for a refreshing sweet ending. 

Two Sisters Restaurant

The kitchen at Two Sisters in the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables is led by chef Joseph Bidwell, offering a menu blending the bold flavors of Miami with classic American cuisine. The restaurant is serving a Spice brunch this year with three-courses running the gamut from acai bowl made with banana and vegan coconut yogurt parfait topped with granola and berries to fried chicken and waffles topped with a spice maple syrup sauce. Looking for a decadent ending to your meal? Cinnamon sugar churros with dulce de leche dip are the best bet.

The Wagyu Bar

At this casual steakhouse on Coral Way guests can start their Miami Spice brunch with a fruit bowl and choice of mimosa or prosecco, followed by steak and eggs or Ora King lox bagel. A dessert of arroz con leche or nigiri with coffee rounds out the meal. Served Saturdays and Sundays. 

Ecléctico Restaurant & Bar

Eclectico’s Pan-Latin fusion cuisine with a contemporary Mexican heart also comes with live music on weekends, making it a great destination for Spice brunch in Coral Gables. The menu begins with I’m Hooked Tacosito, a dish of ahi tuna tartare tossed with chipotle mayo in a crispy gyoza shell, or a duck leg confit enchilada in flour tortilla, stuffed with melted gouda cheese, salsa verde, and chipotle nata. Main courses are also varied like the Queen of Caracas, an achiote corn arepa packed green chicken salad, avocado, gouda cheese, and nata crema, as well as the Maine Roe-Mance, a French fold omelette with butter poached lobster tail and black caviar. The standout sweet ending is the Dolce & Banana, crepe tacositos with tequila flambeed bananas, banana creme, and crispy salted caramel. Served Saturdays and Sundays. 

Nave

Chefs Michael Beltran has composed a brunch menu that combines a hearty roster of Italian dishes and seafood options. Appetizers include the Miami Clams with medianoche butter or the stracciatella, which comes with tomato carpaccio and sourdough panzanella. Guests can’t go wrong by ordering carbonara pasta with gnochetti sardi, guanciale, smoked pecorino, and poached egg for an entree and dessert of pavlova with passionfruit curd, raspberry, and whipped creme fraiche is sure to hit that sweet spot. 

Fiola Miami

Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s restaurant in Coral Gables offers one of the most satisfying white tablecloth dining experiences in town. The food is just as appealing as the sophisticated ambiance and starter options exhibit a fine balance of flavors, like the heirloom tomato with ricotta bruschetta, topped with Georgia peaches, basil, and toasted almonds and drizzled with just the right amount of balsamico di Modena, or the pepper-crusted beef carpaccio crowned with piave vecchio, arugula, and picked mustard seeds. Pasta dishes are a must-try for a main course: choose between spaghettoni agile e olio with peperoncini and parsley or Roman shell carbonara with pancetta, cured egg, and black pepper. An ingenious mix of local, seasonal ingredients comes together in the dessert of coppetta with hosuemade seasonal sorbet or Macedonia di frutta blending fresh seasonal fruit, granita and mint. Served on Sundays. 

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