A finger food with substance, the breakfast sandwich is as fun to eat as it is to say. Here are Miami’s best bets for over-the-top breakfast sandwiches.Read More
Where to Find Miami’s Most Outrageous Breakfast Sandwiches
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Simple in concept, Blue Collar knows what it takes to keep people coming back time and time again. The brunch menu’s Corben sandwich does its job with braised brisket, dipping sauce, a Portuguese muffin, latkes, and applesauce.
MIAM - Wynwood
A tasty companion to a morning study session, MIAM’s breakfast sandwich bursts with bacon, cheddar, caramelized onions, fried egg, avocado, and Sriracha aioli. Oozing out of a brioche bun, this mouthful of gooey goodness is next level tasty.
Beaker & Gray
For weekend brunch, Beaker & Gray’s waffle panini seamlessly blends sweet and savory with pork rillett, Gruyere cheese, and maple mustard.
Le Chick Miami
While it’s usually chicken at Le Chick, for Sunday brunch it’s the egg sandwich that wins out. The Get in My Belly pleases the palate with pork belly, patty, eggs, cheese, truffle aioli, and a nestled inside a bun.
The Daily Creative Food Company
The Elvis breakfast sandwich at The Daily Creative Food Company is a peanut butter lover’s dream. With crunchy peanut butter, sliced bananas, smoked bacon, honey, and Texas toast, this creative concoction is a sticky reminder that a peanut butter sandwich is always an appropriate snack.
The Social Club
The breakfast sandwich at The Social Club serves as a substantial base for boozy brunch cocktails and bottomless mimosas. With maple bourbon bacon, an over easy egg, tomatoes, and brioche bread, this sandwich tastes like a brunched up version of a BLT.
Miami’s go-to spot for all-day egg options, All Day dresses up the English muffin with the One-Handed sandwich. Featuring egg, sausage, Brie cheese, and herb aioli, this baby breaks breakfast standards.
At Bacon Bitch, bacon takes center stage and breakfast sandwiches are always the meals du jour. Served country, American, or fancy, these handheld helpings are surefire ways to curb a hangover.
Offering an Italian spin on the typical egg sandwich, North Italia serves its weekend brunch version with prosciutto Cotto, bacon, and Fontina cheese on grilled brioche bread.
Eggs And Bakery
With three simple ingredients, Eggs and Bakery’s tomato and Burrata croissant has all the flavor necessary for a decadent start to the day.
Not built for the calorie conscious, Ariete’s Frita a Caballo comes with a Miami vibe — prepared with chorizo, fried egg, and a heaping pile of papitas (potato chips).
Madruga Bakery’s egg sandwich is a more balanced take on the traditional model with a generous helping of sauteed greens, ranch bacon, cheddar cheese, organic eggs, and herb aioli atop a homemade onion poppy roll.