6 Last-Minute Labor Day Brunch Spots
August 27, 2014 | by Cynthia Correa | Food & Drink News
After a summer spent party and pool hopping, a laid-back brunch seems like the best way to close out the season. Lucky for us, these Miami restaurants are extending their brunch hours to Monday of Labor Day weekend.
If you love a good meal made from locally sourced, sustainable ingredients, head to Batch Gastropub on Monday and order off the new brunch menu. House specials like the pork belly and short rib hash ‘n’ eggs pair well with unlimited mimosas, sangria, and bellinis. 30 S.W. 12th St., 305-808-5555
This trendy eatery, known for its lounge-like vibe, is offering a Labor Day menu full of savory favorites. Take in views of the bay as you chow down on grilled short rib Benedict or a pizza oven-baked omelet. 1155 Brickel Bay Dr., Miami, 305-377-4442
Khong River House does not disappoint when it comes to its bottomless cocktails; diners get a choice of unlimited Thai or classic bloody Marys, mango bellinis, or mimosas to enhance their Thai-inspired meal of coconut sesame pancakes, drunken rice noodles, or another selection off the brunch menu. 1661 Meridian Ave., Miami, 305-763-8147
This eatery's Labor Day brunch options include its regular menu—try the chicken and cheddar waffles or the braised brisket Benedict—in addition to a special three-course Miami Spice brunch prix fixe. Accompany your dish with an inventive adult beverage like the Wake Up Call, a blend of iced coffee, Frangelico, and Costa Rican espresso. 431 Washington Ave., Miami, 305-704-2900
Enjoy Labor Day brunch inside this funky restaurant or alfresco on the outdoor balconies. The menu consists of items like Cuban quesadillas and huevos rotos over garbanzo beans and iberico. 1000 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305-403-3103
For a south-of-the-border feast, stop by OTC on Labor Day for a plate of its famous chilaquiles. The Mexican breakfast nachos are topped with chorizo, avocado, chipotle-braised chicken, cotija cheese, ranchero sauce, and a sunny-side up egg. 1250 S Miami Ave., Miami, 305-374-4612
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