Miami Brunch: Miami’s Best Brunch Spots Pt. 2

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Spring is in the air, and that means it’s brunch season in Miami! Whether you’re looking for a classic eggs benedict or something more adventurous, the Magic City has no shortage of delicious brunch spots to choose from. Here are 12 of the best:

1. Beaker & Gray – This cozy spot in Wynwood serves up innovative dishes like smoked salmon tartine and crispy pork belly with pickled mustard seeds.

2. Three – Head to Coral Gables for this modern American restaurant’s famous brunch buffet, complete with bottomless mimosas and bloody marys.

3. Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink – Chef Michael Schwartz’s flagship restaurant in the Design District offers a brunch menu packed with local ingredients and creative twists.

4. Cvltvra – For a Latin-inspired brunch, check out this trendy Brickell spot featuring eclectic dishes like avocado toast with chorizo and dulce de leche pancakes.

5. KYU – This Asian-inspired eatery in Wynwood serves up unique brunch dishes like Korean fried chicken and crispy rice with short rib.

6. La Mar by Gastón Acurio – Located in the Mandarin Oriental hotel, this waterfront restaurant offers a Peruvian-style brunch featuring ceviche, tiradito, and causa.

7. The Local Craft Food & Drink – This Coral Gables gastropub specializes in craft beer and farm-to-table fare, with brunch favorites like farmer’s market omelettes and buttermilk pancakes.

8. The Continental – This stylish Collins Park restaurant serves up classic brunch dishes with a twist, like truffle mushroom toast and blueberry ricotta pancakes.

9. Eating House – This Coral Gables spot is known for its creative takes on comfort food, like waffles with foie gras butter and Cap’n Crunch pancakes.

10. KUSH – This Wynwood gastropub offers a “High on the Hog” brunch featuring bacon-and-egg poutine and a bacon-wrapped hot dog.

11. Boia De – This intimate Little Haiti eatery serves up savory dishes like shakshuka and sweet treats like lemon ricotta pancakes.

12. Greenstreet Cafe – Sit outside and people-watch at this Coconut Grove institution while enjoying classic brunch dishes like eggs benedict and Belgian waffles.

Miami has a wide variety of brunch spots to choose from, and this list only scratches the surface. It’s always a good idea to do your own research and try out new places to find your own favorites.

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