Posted on by Natalie Siriani

BRUNCH: It’s what’s for breakfast (and lunch) on the weekend. It seems as though brunch culture in the Magic City has finally caught up with the rest of the nation's fascination over the sweet-meets-savory-and-boozy meal period.



Top 10 Best Brunches in Miami

  1. 27 Restaurant- Offered from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. every Sunday it’s a la carte menu features plenty of eclectic brunch dishes like a Latkes Benedict and Tres Leches French Toast and of course plenty of cocktails.
Address: 2727 Indian Creek Dr ; Miami Beach, FL 33140


2. Blue Collar- In search of a hearty, delicious brunch? Blue Collar has got you covered. Order the duck “McMuffin” and a side of bacon, because brunch isn’t complete without bacon.
Address: 6730 Biscayne Blvd; Miami, FL 33138


3. Cecconi's Miami Beach- Open to Soho House members and non-Soho House members alike, this buffet is full of everything your brunch heart desires, from truffles to delectable fruits to salmon tartar made fresh to order right in front of you.
Address: 4384 Collins Ave; Miami Beach, FL 33140


  1. Eating House- This restaurant's "Wakin and Bakin" brunch is the perfect fit when you want to venture outside of a Cuban breakfast, but then still crave that guayaba gooeyness. Don’t fret, Eating House has Cuban bread “torrejas” — also known as Cuban French toast. Wash them down with Tang Mimosas and order up a side of candied bacon, or the Captain Crunch Pancakes, we won't judge.
Address: 804 Ponce De Leon Blvd; Miami, FL 33134, Miami, FL 33134


  1. Edge, Steak & Bar- Situated inside the Four Seasons Brickell, Edge provides one of the most eclectic brunch buffets in town. With a taco shack to BBQ grill, there is something to feed even the toughest of critics.
Address: 1435 Brickell Ave; Miami, FL 33131



  1. Greenstreet Café- This is where the locals eat, drink and stay hours to people watch. Make sure to add this Miami treasure to your list. And the line? It’s worth the wait if you’re ordering those waffles.
Address: 3468 Main Hwy; Coconut Grove, FL 33133



  1. Hakkasan- This isn’t your typical dim sum feast, but then again, Hakassan isn’t your typical Chinese eatery. The chic, dimly lit hot spot offers its take on the classic feast every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. On the menu expect creative spins on dim sum like black pepper and duck pumpkin dumplings, Chilean sea bass tangerine peel dumplings and sesame prawn toast.
Address: 4401 Collins Ave; Miami Beach, FL 33140


  1. Josh's Delicatessen & Appetizing- A self-proclaimed "fake deli" in Surfside it serves up some of the most unique brunch dishes in town. Every weekend Josh himself is back behind the line creating items like fried chicken salad on top of house-made waffles, foie-gras blackberry buttercream donuts, and pork belly and duck confit bialys that keep the customers coming back for more.
Address: 9517 Harding Ave; Surfside, FL 33154

  1. Juvia- With one of the best views in Miami Beach come brunch at this swanky rooftop restaurant with one of the best ocean views. Bring those you want to impress here because it will certainly do the trick.
Address: 1111 Lincoln Rd; Miami Beach, FL 33139



  1. La Mar by Gaston Acurio at Mandarin Oriental, Miami- At La Mar's Sunday brunch you get to try a little bit of everything on the menu. Start with the hot and cold stations filled with its signature ceviche’s, robata skewers and BBQ pork buns. Then pick an entree, get a chaufa aeropuerto for the table and load up on bottomless cocktails for $85 a person.
Address: 500 Brickell Key Dr; Miami, FL 33131