Among the many things Miami knows how to do best, brunch is undeniably one of them!
El weekend is almost here so you know what time it is Miami — it’s brunch time! Put on your brunch best and head on out to try the best eggs Benedict and mimosas that Miami has to offer at one of these unbeatable brunch spots, many of which are bottomless. Check them out below:
In the mood for brunch with a side of waterfront views? Then head to La Mar by Gastón Acurio for a scrumptuous brunch offering Peruvian-inspired cuisine. Choose from a sizable buffet that consists of elaborate hot and cold food stations replete with signature ceviches, sushi and salads, as well as juicy anticuchos, fried whole fish, empanadas and more. The brunch experience also includes tableside Chaufa Aeropuerto to share, a choice of main course and assorted desserts like the famous Dessert Retablo.
Find it at 500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131.
At Rosie’s, brunch comes with a side of a lush dining in a patio area under a massive Banyan tree. Helmed by power couple Chef Akino and Jamila West, diners can savor Southern-inspired dishes like the famous Chicken & Waffles, served with bread and butter pickles, and the fluffy Lemon Ricotta Pancakes topped with sweet macerated berries, ricotta and toasted, crushed pistachios.
Find it at 7127 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33150.
Fiola Miami’s iconic Sunday brunch has moved to the next level — the rooftop at La Terrazza! The stunning rooftop restaurant features a Jazz Brunch every Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. with live music and panoramic views of the Gables. Menu offerings include classic brunch favorites like Panettone French Toast, Prime Delmonico Steak & Eggs and Eggs Benedetto, as well as some of Fiola’s iconic pastas, such as Fettuccine Carbonara and Fusilloni Primavera.
Find it at the penthouse level of the 1515 Sunset Building accessible through a private entrance with its own valet.
With a reputation as one of the best brunches in Miami, from its presentation to edible selection, it’d be a disservice if you haven’t experienced it for yourself! The Biltmore’s “Signature Brunch” features a variety of stations including pasta, seafood, sushi and dessert, in additional to traditional carving and breakfast stations. Plus, no brunch would be complete without bottomless Prosecco.
Find it at 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134.
Tucked away in the courtyard of Soho House, Cecconi’s is a total must-try when it comes to brunch in Miami Beach. This beloved city staple offers a lavish selection of Italian classics throughout its Saturday-Sunday buffet, from meats and cheeses to fresh seafood and fruits. In addition to the feast, each person receives a complimentary welcome drink like a mimosa or Bellini and then can opt for a bottomless route!
Find it at 4385 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140.
If you can’t decide between indulging in the best eats or eating healthy, then look no further. At Sunny Side, patrons can enjoy a super adorable and delicious brunch that includes everything from Truffle Omelets to Key Lime Pancakes and Blueberry Compote French Toast to Belgium Ganache Waffles.
Find it at 541 Jefferson Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
Red Rooster hosts a special Gospel Brunch experience every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring live music performances as well as an awesome brunch menu. Signature items include Yardbird & Waffles, Tracey’s Red Velvet French Toast with cream cheese buttercream, maple syrup and pecan granola and Biscuits & Gravy made with buttermilk drop biscuits, andouille sausage gravy and two sunny side up eggs.
Find it at 920 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33136.
Nestled in the iconic Mayfair House Hotel & Garden, brunch in style surrounded by greenery and cascading fountains while a jazz band plays in the background. Held every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., indulge in cuisine from the American Southwest made with local produce, expertly grilled and paired off with agave-based cocktails and bottomless mimosas.
Find it at 3000 Florida Ave, Miami, FL 33133.
Looking to add a bit of party to your brunch? Then Strawberry Moon is the place to go. Featuring live DJs, this hip spot by Pharrell Williams and David Grutman offers lively brunches every weekend. For brunch, Stwaberry Moon offers an a la carte Mediterranean menu featuring dishes such as the Falafel Benedict with tahini hollandaise, chocolate babka French toast and Moroccan Shakshuka with spicy tomatoes.
Find it at 601 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
Straight from Isla Verde in Puerto Rico, this vibrant restaurant is famous for its brunch as well as mimosas and other cocktails. Head on over and treat yourself to their unique Fruity Pebble French toast (or just a simple French toast if you’re not feeling experimental) and skirt steak omelette and pair it with one of their many mimosa flavors like passion fruit, cotton candy, or lavender!
Find it at 1352 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33132.
With white-washed ash walls, a checkerboard floor and fluted ming green counters, this polished hotspot is one of the city’s best brunch spots. Housed on the second floor of Kith’s recent Miami Design District flagship, you can expect quintessential Sadelle’s classics like bagels, sliced-to-order House Salmon, chopped salads, and its famous French Toast and Blueberry Pancakes, plus breakfast sandwiches.
Find it at 69 NE 41st St, Miami, FL 33137.
At this all-in-one restaurant, bakery and pastry shop, you’ll find brunch dishes with a distinct Miami flair including Cuban Sandwiches made with Cotto ham, porchetta, turkey breast, pickles, Swiss cheese and yellow mustard; and Guava and Cheese Pancakes with guava jelly, cream cheese mousse and maple syrup. Sweet tooth or not, no meal at Bachour is complete without a bite of Chef Antonio Bachour’s inventive desserts!
Find it at Coral Gables, Doral and The Collection. Click here to see all their locations.
There’s a lot to love about this coastal dining oasis helmed by Chef Tristian Epps — the ocean breeze, neutral hues and most importantly, its weekend brunch! Whether you prefer an over-the-top buffet, Grand Marnier French Toast or Shrimp Ceviche from the a la carte menu and endless mimosas, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Find it at 4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140.
This Italian restaurant is pretty well known for its upscale brunch. Options include a twist on the classic omelette made with mushroom, spinach and truffle pecorino; freshly made pasta and Smoked Salmon topped with cream cheese, capers, onion and bagel chips. Osteria Morini also offers the opportunity of pairing your brunch with your choice of refreshing mimosas, Bellinis, Bloody Mary and Maria or their Pied Piper cocktail featuring Bpiper heidsieck champagne, blood orange cocchi Americano and a gold flake.
Find it at 1750 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
Available every Sunday, this pink paradise’s a la carte menu offers refined options such as the panettone alla francese; panettone french toast, pistachio, whipped crema fresca, orange, maple syrup, frittata al formaggio; an egg omelet with taleggio, fresh herbs, arugula salad and a selection of signature brunch toasts, including toast con avocado, ricotta con latte di pecora and bruschetta al pomodoro. A specialty brunch cocktail menu is also offered, with delectable libations ranging from mimosas to bellinis.
Find it at 140 NE 39th St #133 Miami, FL 33137.
Lilikoi strives to make all of their dishes with nothing but the freshest, organically sourced ingredients. Their brunch menu is available all week long and includes specials like their brunch platter, which comes with organic chicken sausage, roasted tomato, mushrooms, mung bean stew, two eggs, homemade whole-wheat toast and of course, some of the best pancakes in Miami made with their unique sourdough pancake mix. A great option if you’re vegan or gluten-free!
Find it at 500 South Pointe Dr #180, Miami, FL 33139.
This gorgeous café on Purdy Ave offers delicious brunch with a Miami twist in a totally gorgeous and magical setting. Dine surrounded by lush tropical plants inside their totally cute café and indulge yourself with awesome brunch options like their Ice Box Café Eggbox or their tantalizing guava-filled French toast made with brioche, sweetened cream cheese and guava filling, butterscotch sauce and applewood-smoked bacon.
Find it at 1855 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
Are you a fan of Spanish cuisine? Then Bulla is the place to go! At one of its many locations, you’ll find scrumptious options with a Spanish twist such as the Tostada de Aguacate, an avocado toast with fresh tomato and Idiazabal cheese, Cochinillo Hash and chorizo eggs benedict. The Prix Fix menu offers a three-course meal with plenty of options to choose from and you can make it a bottomless one with your choice of mimosas or sangría.
Find it at Coral Gables, Doral and The Falls. Click here to see all their locations.
If you’re a fan of breezy, pink spots then you better add Little Hen to your brunch list! This English-inspired breakfast boutique specializes in unconventional but luxurious brunches worthy of the classiest London cafés. On its menu, you’ll find brunch classics such as rose petal pancakes, infused with rose water and served with maple syrup, bourbon batter French toast and a caviar omelet filled with smoked, salmon, cream cheese, chives and those luxurious fish eggs, along with some other options that look absolutely incredible!
Find it at 3451 NE 1st Ave Suite 100/102, Miami, FL 33137.
You know we like ourselves some good Mediterranean vibes here at Secret Miami, so if that is what you’re searching for in your brunch, make sure to pay Maü Miami a visit. This lively restaurant serves a menu filled with diverse options like shrimp & grits, oysters, omelettes, bagels and smoked salmon and more scrumptiousness. Not to mention, your choice of bottomless mimosas or Bellinis!
Find it at 3252 NE 1st Ave #109, Miami, FL 33137
Known for its award-winning Arayes Burger, authentic Middle Eastern flair and beautiful florals, MOTEK is an excellent option for brunch. The menu features an all-day brunch section with highlights like Hummus Shakshuka, Boureka for two and Jerusalem Grilled Cheese.
Find it at Aventura, Coral Gables and Downtown. Click here to see all their locations.
The perfect brunch comes in many different forms, and this one comes in an Instagrammable pink paradise! Set inside one of the city’s oldest hotels in the Miami River area, Saturday and Sundays are for brunch bites like Pink Benedicts, Lox Everything Bagel, Dulce de Leche & Banana Pancake Waffle and a Tropical Fruit Platter. And, of course, make sure to pair it with bottomless mimosas!
Find it at 437 SW 2nd St, Miami, FL 33130.
Shoma Bazaar is more than just a fabulous food hall to feast in — on certain Sundays of the month, you can enjoy a pop-up marketplace with yoga classes, local brands to shop from and bottomless brunch! Dubbed “Sundays at Shoma Marketplace,” the event features a free yoga sesh (bring your own mat), delicious vendors and bottomless brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Find it at 9420 NW 41st St, Doral, FL 33178.
Focusing on a delectable Bubbles and Bao brunch, Hutong offers a two hours free-flow feast set to the beat of their resident DJs from 8 p.m. ’til late. But that’s not all. Hutong’s famous Dark Brunch is finally returning every third Thursday of the month for a one-of-a-kind experience! As its name implies, you’ll be entertained by fire dancers in a dimly-lit setting while indulging in fiery Northern Chinese dishes and drinks.
Find it at 600 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131.
Situated on the second floor of CityPlace Doral, not too far from another great brunch spot known as Copper Blues, Chico Malo combines a diverse menu with an upbeat atmosphere. It’s the place to be for authentically delicious Mexican food, with Carne Asada Fries, Huevos Rancheros and Breakfast Quesadillas on the menu. And don’t forget to kick your brunch game up a notch with one of their Cinnamon Toast Crunch Brunch Shots!
Find it at 3450 NW 83rd Ave Suite 220, Doral, FL 33122.
If you’re over “breakfast-y” foods, Zuma offers izakaya-style brunches on the regular featuring large sushi platters to share, all kinds of tataki options, shareable wagyu plates and lobster tempura as well as plenty of cocktails! The stunning restaurant overlooks the Miami River for spectacular brunch views.
Find it at 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131.
As soon as Sunday arrives, Wynwood’s rotisserie chicken and late-night cocktail spot is the perfect place to spend brunch! Le Chick offers bottomless brunches filled with delicious eats and hand-crafted specialty cocktails. The brunch menu includes tasty Chicken & Waffles, Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon, Babka French Toast and Get In My Belly (dry-aged brisket 3 oz patty, smoked pork belly, cheddar, scrambled eggs, arugula-truffle aioli).
Find it at 310 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127.
This former food truck turned brick and mortar offers approachable, crave-worthy fare that is sure to please your tastebuds. Weekend brunch, served weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., features a variety of egg dishes, Belgian waffles and cannoli cream and blueberry stuffed pancakes. You’ll also be pleased by Chef Adrianne’s loaded brunch fries, especially if you’re a big fan of her truffled pepperoni pizza fries.
Find it at 7400 SW 57th Ct #101, South Miami, FL 33143.
Ecléctico’s menu of elevated Mexican staples and handcrafted cocktails made with more than 200 tequilas and mezcals is complemented by gorgeous murals, live entertainment and a lively weekend brunch. Indulge in their Hakuna Fritata, oven baked omelette, heirloom tomato, guacamole, portobello mushrooms and avocado; or their So Burritoful burrito with green chicken, cilantro rice, enchilada sauce, cheese sauce and guacamole.
Find it at 850 Commerce St, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
The critically-acclaimed modern Chinese restaurant located at the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, has brought back its signature Dim Sum Brunch experience every Sunday, beginning from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The anticipated brunch relaunch offers guests a unique experience, featuring an assortment of steamed, fried and pan-seared dumplings, with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options offered.
Find it at 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140.
Over in Mary Brickell Village, you’ll find one of the city’s best European cuisines and best brunch spots. Fulfill your breakfast cravings in the Miami-meets-London dining room with their Classic Eggs Benedict dish, which features two perfectly poached eggs, toasted English muffin and a rich hollandaise sauce, or their Vegan Banana & Blueberry Pancakes made with blueberry compote, walnut crumb, coconut yogurt and maple syrup (a must regardless of whether you’re vegan or not).
Find it at 901 S Miami Ave Space 108, Miami, FL 33130.
Offered on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., the a-la-carte menu at this Brickell hotspot features unique dishes such as a King Crab Nori Bun made with Japanese milk bread, yuzu acevichada sauce and shiso; a Kaisen Platter adorned with an assorted seafood selection, Nikkei accouterment and Nikkei chalaquita; and Steak & Eggs. Guests can also opt for unlimited champagne, rosé cocktails, wine, beer and sake.
Find it at 1300 Brickell Bay Dr, Miami, FL 33131.
Visit Sweet Liberty on a Sunday for a totally fun drag brunch experience. Bearded beauty Karla Kroqueta hosts the bar’s “Fruit Cocktail” drag brunch featuring bottomless rosé, the wildest burlesque, acrobatic drag queens and outrageously entertaining acts by some of Miami’s most popular drag divas. Sweet Liberty also offers an a la carte food menu with signature items including the Cauliflower Nachos and Buns of Liberty Burger as well as a delicious drink menu.
Find it at 237 20th St suite b, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
With an airy terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay that’s best for summer days and a brunch menu reflecting Asian-inspired fare, this swanky downtown hotspot might be exactly what you’re looking for. The restaurant’s indulgent Sunday brunch features a mix of buffet elements and tableside service, including a sushi bar, a seafood station, and dim sum and nigiri carts of premium options.
Find it at 300 S Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33131.
This Mediterranean escape offers a brunch experience with influences from throughout Israel, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece. From 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, guests can savor standout brunch dishes like the savory Short Rib Shakshuka made with local eggs, spicy harissa, graviera and roasted fingerling potatoes, the Smoked Salmon Spread & Jerusalem Bagel and the sweet Strawberry Drop Biscuit.
Find it at 9700 Collins Ave Suite 101, Bal Harbour, FL 33154.
We are a kosher-style Mediterranean restaurant with influences from our ancestors in Lebanon, Morocco, Turkey, Yemen and more.
Dine at our newest and largest location yet.
701 S Miami Ave, #412A, Miami, FL 33131