Miami’s brunch scene is pure magic. Start your mornings slowly and choose from a wide variety of brunch spots before an afternoon of beach lounging. What else are weekends for?
Here are our three favorite spots for the best brunch in Miami:
Southern cooking with an inventive twist, Yardbird considers their weekend brunch to be soul-healin’ and they’re not wrong. A James Beard nominated restaurant, Yardbird is southern hospitality at its best with a light and inviting ambience and gorgeous patio for those who like to dine al fresco.
Trust us, you’re going to want to start with an order of their Cinnamon Apple Hand Pies with house-made vanilla bean ice cream. For your main, we’d suggest their signature Chicken ‘N’ Watermelon ‘N’ Waffles (pictured above) with honey hot sauce, chilled spiced watermelon, Vermont sharp cheddar cheese waffle, and bourbon maple syrup.
Steak fans will love the Creole Steak and Eggs with skirt steak, sunny-side up farm eggs, fingerling potatoes & brussels sprout hash, and brown butter pickled mustard seed chimichurri.
Let’s transition from Southern to All American, shall we? And what’s more American than bottomless mimosas and a raw bar?
With a 3,000+ square foot patio along the Miami River, American Social is the perfect place to camp out, enjoy some live music, or watch the big game with a big group. You’ll be surrounded by patriotic decorations, including their stars-and-stripes-seating.
In addition to a wide selection of breakfast cocktails, you’ll have your choice of hearty brunch meals like the Breakfast Pizza with housemade sausage, bacon, white cheddar, tomato sauce, and scrambled eggs. Or, try their Pork Belly Benedict with two fried eggs, pork belly, fried green tomato, toasted sourdough, guava BBQ hollandaise, and homefries.
Ready to bring in some international flavors? Zuma’s contemporary Japanese cuisine might not be what first comes to mind when you think of brunch. But hear us out.
Zuma has an unreal buffet with unlimited premium food and drinks. This might not be your typical breakfast food, but Zuma’s sushi and sashimi are good enough to be eaten any time of day. They also offer delicious treats like king crab salad on toast and we’ve heard rumors of spontaneous Japanese whiskey tastings.
Every meal ends with a gorgeous dessert platter with a selection of fresh fruit, pastries, and sorbets. This unique brunch will be a memorable meal for you and your guests.
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[Photo Credit: Yardbird, American Social, Zuma]