Hungry? Hungover? Need a place to day drink on the weekend? Look no further than the best brunch in Miami.
By Virginia Gil|Posted: Tuesday December 18 2018
Brunch in Miami is practically a religion. Every Sunday (and on the occasional holy Saturday), the hungry, hangry and hungover gather at the best Miami restaurants to worship over carafes of mimosas, tricked out Bloody Mary cocktails and drippy stacks of pancakes. And it’s not just stalwart diners in Miami and the best coffee shops in Miami giving us our fill of eggs and toast—you can get brunch with an Asian tilt, or a fine-dining edge. So, whether you prefer to eat early or late, sweet or savory, or just need to suppress the effects of the previous night, these spots have the best brunch in Miami for you.
Green Street Cafe
What is it? A confluence of cyclists, dog parents, families and people seeking a shady spot where to enjoy Miami’s sunny weather. The nicer the day, the longer the wait time, though the bar serves cocktails and food on a first come, first served basis.
Why go? The view and experience are quintessential Miami— lots of well-dressed people lingering over breakfast fare and sipping mimosas along a busy sidewalk. People watching is superb and so are the Bloody Marys served in repurposed cans of soup.
Restaurants, Contemporary American
West Coconut Grove
What is it? Coconut Grove’s more sophisticated option, Ariete serves elevated mid-morning classics with a Latin twist. Sunday service features fresh-baked treats from Pastelito Papi, who stuffs his handmade pastries with mango, chorizo and head cheese, among other unique options.
Why go? Ariete’s brunch offering is tough to duplicate. Take the short rib omelette covered in crispy shoestring fries and stuffed with chunks of tender beef. On cool, Sunday days, there’s no better place to linger over brunch than the Coconut Grove restaurant’s newly remodeled patio.
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