The Absolute Best Brunch Spots in Miami
It’s not if you’re brunching this weekend. It’s where. In Miami, Saturday and Sunday are for catching up with your besties over French toast and Bellinis...and sure, we’ll share a cheesesteak egg roll for the table (it’s the weekend!). Here are six spots you’ll want to slot into your weekend plans ASAP.
You know what’s better than the Continental’s signature cheesesteak egg rolls? Pairing them with buttermilk pancakes and calling it brunch.
2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-604-2000 or continentalmiami.com
Did you know any food becomes brunch appropriate when you throw a fried egg on it? Like a bowl of warm, house-made potato chips mixed with thin slices of Serrano ham, foam and a lot of truffle oil. No food coma has ever been more worth it.
2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; 305-441-0107 or bullagastrobar.com
The only thing better than breakfast nachos? Phuc Yea’s Viet-Cajun version, which smothers sesame rice crackers with salsa, crème fraîche, bird’s-eye chile, cheddar cheese and a fried egg. Mmm, phuc yeah.
7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-602-3710 or phucyea.com
A DIY Bloody Mary bar, bottomless mimosas and Bellinis, and a tower of homemade doughnuts sprinkled with bacon brittle and pistachio. Need we say more?
121 SE First St., Miami; 305-420-2200 or pawnbrokermiami.com
Sundays are for Southern comfort. How does fried chicken and cheddar-rosemary pancakes sound? Don’t forget a slice of sweet potato pie—with extra caramel and marshmallows, of course.
150 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables; 305-648-5687 or thelocal150.com
Keep Saturday night’s party going with free-flowing Champagne and an on-site DJ at Bagatelle’s swanky Sunday brunch party. Pro tip: Finish your order of Nutella-stuffed French toast before 3 p.m. The restaurant dims the lights midway through brunch, turning itself into a full-fledged club—and mama’s got work tomorrow.
220 21st St., South Beach; 305-704-3900 or bagatellemiami.com