Brunch lovers rejoice because there is no need to wait until Sunday anymore. The brunch scene in Miami is so popular that many restaurants are now offering it on Saturdays, as well — some even offer it everyday. Here’s a roundup of restaurants offering brunch all weekend long, organized in geographical order from north to south.Read More
15 Miami Restaurants Serving Up Saturday Brunch
Because why wait until Sunday?
1. Corsair Kitchen & Bar
Aventura, FL 33180
Enjoy a $52 brunch, inclusive of bottomless mimosas and complimentary valet from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., every weekend at Corsair. Select from raw bar, mezze table, flatbreads, hot breakfast stations, and desserts, as well as one a la carte dish like the open-face omelette with smoked salmon. Upgrade to bottomless bloody Marys for $8, or rosé for $15.
2. Josh's Deli
Surfside, FL 33154
The self-dubbed “undelicatassen” breaks all the kosher rules usually found on Harding Avenue. The weekend brunch menu highlights dishes such as the corned beef benediction with poached eggs, a cheese Danish French toast with cookies and cream, and a pancake with blueberries and white chocolate large enough to share between two or three people. Pair any of the dishes with the featured brunch beverages available by the glass.
3. Blue Collar
Homestyle comfort food is what Blue Collar is all about. Guests can enjoy weekend brunch offerings like the pulled pork Benedict, shrimp and grits, and lemon buttermilk pancakes, as well as an extensive variety of vegetarian dishes like the three cheese mac.
4. Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar
For those craving a Peruvian brunch, head to Pisco y Nazca for its $27 prix-fixe brunch menu. The three-course menu offers a variety of causas, ceviches, chaufas, along with a unique take on eggs Benedict with sweet plantain base, crispy pork belly, and a rocoto hollandaise. Bottomless sangria, mimosas, and champagne cocktails are also available for two and a half hours for $18. (Brunch is offered at both locations in Kendall and Doral.)
Soho House’s weekend brunch features a variety of Italian buffet-style options for $65, which includes a beverage. Select from dishes at the raw bar, omelette and craving stations, risottos, breads and spreads, and enough meat and cheese options for a self-made charcuterie board. The dessert table features an extensive assortment of cakes, pies, fruit, cookies, and a gelato station. Guests can add bottomless rosé, mimosas, and prosecco for an additional $25.
6. TAP 42 Miami
Forget the worm, the early bird gets the buzz at Tap42’s weekend brunch which starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. Menu highlights include the spicy salmon tostones, Chicago style steak and eggs featuringfilet mignon, and shrimp mac and cheese. Wash it down with the bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Funky Buddha Floridian brews for an additional $25.
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7. Morgans Restaurant
Discover those brunch roots at Morgan’s in Wynwood. The all day, everyday — from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.— brunch menu features traditional plates as well as dishes like frittata, mascarpone and raspberry stuffed french toast, and chicken and waffle sandwich. Beverages are sold by the glass with some available in pitchers for the table.
8. Wynwood Kitchen & Bar
Get an up close view of the Wynwood Walls when brunching on the covered terrace at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar. The weekend brunch menu includes a variety of global plates such as cachapa, pupusa, and patacon sliders, as well as traditional favorites like eggs Benedict, and shrimp and grits. The beverage selections are available by the glass, pitchers, or a bottle of prosecco with choice of two juices for $35.
9. Prime Fish
Bring a hearty appetite and thirst to Prime Fish’s weekend brunch inclusive of bottomless mimosas, bellinis, prosecco, and bloody Marys plus fresh juices, teas, coffee, and soft drinks for $59. Pile on the offerings from the myriad of buffet stations plus choice of an a la carte dish such as the egg foo yung omelette with rock shrimp, Chinese sausage, shiitake, bean sprouts, and green onion.
10. Upland Miami
The California inspired brunch menu in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood includes dishes such as chilaquiles, snapper, pistachio pizza, avocado omelet, and more. Guests can upgrade to the $26 bottomless brunch option and enjoy unlimited bloody Marys made with Wodka vodka, mimosas with Florida citrus, and Rosé les Vignobles Gueissard.
11. Taquerias El Mexicano
Spice your brunch up everyday at this Calle Ocho staple. Dine on a Mexican desayuno with options like the huevos rancheros, and chilaquiles or opt for the hearty bistec a la Mexicana or any of the eight taco varieties. Don’t leave without trying the queso fundido and a frozen horchata, which can be spiked in true brunch fashion.
12. Eating House Miami
Innovative dishes are chef Giorgio Rapicavoli’s specialty, and at its Saturday brunch guests can dine on dishes like the Cap ‘N Crunch pancakes with candied cereal, condensed milk syrup and vanilla butter, or the carbonara eggs Benedict with bacon, black truffle and grana padano. Compliment any of the plates on the menu with the house guava mimosa for a brunch cocktail game changer.
Pastry chef extraordinaire Antonio Bachour offers brunch everyday of the week in Coral Gables. Enjoy a variety of croissants or opt for heartier selections like the Bachour egg sandwich with a scrambled eggs, cheddar, pork belly, and shallot marmalade on brioche or the ribeye steak sandwich with fries. For those with a sweet tooth, the guava and cheese pancakes will delight, as well as the artistic petit gateaux and macarons.
14. Bulla Gastrobar
Satisfy a big appetite with Bulla’s prix-fixe brunch menu for a budget friendly $27. Enjoy three courses including the Bulla burger with smoked paprika fries, several egg dishes, and sweeter options like the hazelnut waffles, and churros con chocolate. Add the bottomless sangria and mimosas for two and a half hours for $18. (Brunch is offered at both locations in Doral and Coral Gables.)
15. No Name Chinese
Head to No Name in South Miami for a Chinese-inspired brunch. Items include dim sum, Hong Kong style French toast, chao fan fried rice with sunny side up egg, and the steak and egg with a 10 oz. wagyu bavette. Patrons can also opt for the family style tasting menu with includes five to six courses for $60 per person with optional wine pairing.