Miami's Favorite Brunch Spots

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Beef Tongue Tartine at Ariete

In Miami, brunch is a weekly celebration. Brunch is a way to kick back and enjoy the weekend - it is after all, a meal that is reserved for Saturdays and Sundays. Whether you’re looking for an indoor spot to cozy up and enjoy a mimosa or an al fresco brunch experience with a breeze and a bloody mary in hand, Miami has a brunch for you.

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When a nightlife impresario David Grutman and Pharrell, yes that Pharrell, team up to create a restaurant in Miami’s chic Design District, you know they’re going to put together a stylish weekly soiree. Swan is an indoor/outdoor restaurant with a focus on locally sourced and sustainable ingredients, but it’s clear from the minute you step inside that the photogenic interior is as much a draw as the menu. Order decadent brunch items like coconut pancakes, wagyu pastrami hash, or the smoke salmon tier, a classic smoked salmon platter reimagined with a beautiful three story presentation.


    When a craving for seafood sets in but it’s brunch time, head to Mignonette, where brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. They’re renowned for their oysters, so try a flight of east or west coast or the seafood tower for more variety. If you’re in the mood for more standard brunch fare, pair your oysters with something from their “Eggy Stuff” menu or the “Sweet & Bready” section. Sandwiches, salads and more seafood favorites, are also available.


      Ariete's brunch is a favorite for locals in Coconut Grove and the surrounding neighborhoods so be prepared to sink into a brunch vibe at this indoor and outdoor restaurant. Ariete’s extensive menu includes brunch classics with a Miami bend, like the Frita Benedict (a frita is a Cuban-style burger patty typically served with crunchy potato sticks), quiche with plantain, guava pancakes and a hash with a Latin spin to it. Absolutely do not skip their cocktails. Maybe a daiquiri is the brunch drink you never knew you needed. Walk it off after with a scenic walk to nearby Biscayne Bay.

        Zuma Miami

        Step into Zuma Miami at the Kimpton EPIC Hotel in Downtown Miami and you’re wowed by the soaring ceilings, the modern design, and the elegant restraint of this Japanese-inspired space - but let go of any sense of restraint when you dig into their brunch buffet and bottomless drinks. The dining room is lined with brunch stations ranging from izakaya style dishes to elevated versions of brunch classics. Chose from classic, signature and premium set prices for your party at this sumptuous brunch, one of the most decadent in town.

          Fontana at The Biltmore

          The Biltmore is a historic, enchanting hotel with a brunch at their onsite restaurant, Fontana, to match. Set in Coral Gables, a city within Miami with an interesting mix of architecture and lush tree-lined streets, brunch in Fontana’s courtyard is a reflection of the area’s traditional sophistication. Enjoy brunch classics from the buffet as well as sushi, pasta, tapas, a carving station and dessert tables with unlimited sparkling wine, bellinis and live music in the background.

            27 Restaurant

            For a brunch that’s equal parts boho-vibes and foodie-experience, make a reservation at 27 Restaurant located across the pool from Freehand Miami. This historic house has been converted into one of Miami’s hippest hangouts with indoor and outdoor seating available. The menu is focused on fresh, local produce and flavors. Ordering dishes to split as a table is encouraged. The arepa platter can’t be missed and the shakshuka, smoked salmon croquettes and local fish sandwich are also favorites. The restaurant’s onsite bar is famous for their inventive mixology. Order from their creative menu of drinks, also available in pitchers to kick start your day.


              Wynwood is all about a creative energy. At KYU, they’re serving a brunch menu that’s fit for the area. This modern Asian eatery has taken dishes you already love and put a spin on them for their Sunday brunch: eggs benedict with yuzu hollandaise or soft shell crab, steak & eggs with kimchee, and buttermilk pancakes topped with local fruit. For those of you more interested in bypassing the breakfast-y part of brunch, the whole lunch menu is also available. Bottomless beverage options are available, as are brunch cocktails like their signature Kimchi Bloody Mary.

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