Brunch has become a weekend staple of the South Florida culinary scene, with many of the area’s top eateries offering lavish layouts.
Here’s a look at few of my favorites to put on your summer hit list.
American Social Bar & Kitchen (Miami, Fort Lauderdale)
Guests can brunch on the water every Saturday and Sunday with a selection of breakfast and lunch items, as well as bottomless drinks. On Saturdays, ladies drink complimentary bottomless mimosas. If you can’t make it on Saturday, then get the bottomless mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and Champagne for $24.99 on Sundays.
Times: 11:00 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
ADDiKT at W Miami
Brickell’s newest and hottest bottomless brunch spot ADDiKT, W Miami’s 15th floor restaurant located in the heart of downtown Brickell, has added a new brunch menu to its culinary lineup. Guests can brunch on the newly-opened terrace that offer views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. This new menu features brunch favorites such as honey fried Chicken & Waffles, Crab Cake Benedict, Carrot Cake Pancakes, endless sangria, mimosas and bellinis.,
Times: 11:30am-3pm, Saturdays and Sundays
Bellini Restaurant & Bar in Mr. C Coconut Grove
Located in the brand new Mr. C Coconut Grove hotel, Bellini Restaurant & Bar offers a contemporary Italian cuisine inspired by a variety of different parts of Italy. The new brunch menu offers a wide selection of dishes ranging from Langoustine Scampi Carpaccio and the Branzino with Tomato Concasse, Black Olives & Parsnip Puree to favorites such as like pancakes, french toast, and eggs.
Times: 12pm-4pm, Sundays
Fi’lia Brickell (Miami)
Indulge in Italian fare that features Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Frittata, Beef Carpaccio, Heirloom Tomato Bruschetta, and Braised Short Rib Crespelle. For a boozy bonus, there’s bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Marys, or Bellinis for $25!
iLov305 (Miami Beach)
Ocean Drive’s iLov305 “‘See You Next Sunday Brunch’’ every week. The brunch features all-you-can-eat specials, cocktails and music. Price begins at $49 per person, featuring menu items such as Toasted Cuban Bread, Eggs Your Way, Ropa Vieja, and Warm Banana Bread.
Times:12 p.m. 4 p.m, Sundays
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar (Miami)
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar offers guests a dining experience in the heart of Miami’s art district. Every Saturday and Sunday, guests can get a blend of innovative Latin-influenced cuisine and a trendy atmosphere for brunch. First order of business? Ordering Cachapas. This traditional Venezuelan dish is a sweet yellow corn cake filled with cheese and is absolutely delicious, especially for those who love a good salty-sweet combo. Brunch wouldn’t be complete without a cocktail such as Cue WKB’s Palomimosa. A rendition on the brunch classic, this cocktail is made with tequila, St.Germain, and topped off with prosecco. Located at the entrance of the Wynwood Walls, guests can finish off brunch with a stroll through the famed outdoor museum.
Times: Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Feature Photo Credit: Wynwood Kitchen & Bar