By: Robert Lovi By: Robert Lovi | September 8, 2022 | Food & Drink
Regardless of the season, brunch is the one activity that never goes out of style; I mean, who doesn't like delicious dishes and bottomless drinks in the company of your loved ones? That is why you can indulge in six new brunches this fall in Miami at some of the city's most fantastic restaurants so you can also FALL in love with their delicious offerings!
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871 S Miami Ave / Website
Indulge in Kaori’s new Aegean Brunch offered exclusively on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. With so many alternatives in Miami, KAORI's Aegean Brunch is sure to be one of the city's hottest Sunday Brunches in the heart of Brickell. Chef Raymond Li is giving brunch a new meaning by combining the light yet intense flavors of the Mediterranean's Aegean Sea. The brunch menu features sixteen new dishes that put a fresh spin on the restaurant's famous and diversified Mediterranean-Asian-inspired culinary offerings.
Try delicious dishes like Shakshuka made with duck egg, herb salad, and crispy rice; Skull Island Prawns with Szechuan shchug and pickled cucumbers; Royal Miyagi Oysters made with dill-pea flower mignonette and turmeric oil; a Challah French Toast made with dill maple syrup, cinnamon & clove powdered sugar, whipped koji butter, and seasonal fruit and more.
Brunch in Miami isn't complete without a couple of delicious cocktails. Diego De Leon, KAORI's Bar Manager, has designed a new cocktail menu available only for Sunday Brunch! A specialty Espresso Martini made with Tito's vodka, Mr. Black Coffee Liqueur, biscotti, and espresso; the Pushin' Paloma made with 818 Tequila Blanco, Pamplemousse, carpano botanic bitter, lime, grapefruit soda, and salt; and the Michelada #1 made with Sapporo Premium Lager, Culture to Culture Sangrita, lime, and salt are among the cocktails available. Zonin Prosecco with Mimosa, Bellini, or Chismosa boosters; $35 for 4 Estrella Damm - Mediterranean Lagers; and Amass Faerie Fizz and Sun Sign Botanic Hard Seltzers are also available.
127 NW 23rd St. / Website
Mayami, Wynwood's Mexican Cantina & Bar, has a new exciting brunch menu! The weekend brunch features live music, a revamped menu with unique dishes like Mayami Wagyu Sliders, fluffy Japanese Pancakes, Filet mignon Truffle Eggs Benedict, and Huevos Rancheros, and drink specials like 2-hour bottomless mimosas, Luna Blanca Sangria, Luna Llena Sangria, the Ketel One Botanical Citrus Cocktail, and more!
600 Brickell Ave / Website
Hutong, based in Hong Kong, offers a unique perspective on Chinese cuisine. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., visitors may enjoy the new 2-hour Bubbles and Bao brunch prix fixe menu, which starts at $68 per person and can be upgraded with numerous beverage enhancements for an extra fee. Delicious appetizers include Hutong Dan Dan Noodles and Vegetarian Spring Rolls. Choose from Hutong classics such as duck fried rice and veggie fried noodles for your main dish. Finish your dinner with some delectable ice cream.
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail / Website
Joia Beach, well known for providing Miami's most unique nightlife events, now brings its charm to Miami brunch time every Sunday from noon to 5:00 p.m. Here, bottles of rosé, magnums of champagne, and a brunch menu exclusively crafted by its culinary staff await you. Joia Beach, the first and only venue to exhibit Barons De Rothschild champagne, sells bottles for $125 per bottle, with specially priced La Mascaronne Rose wine ($75 per bottle), and gigantic mules served in oversized pots designed for sharing. Chef's specialty Belgian waffles, filet mignon and eggs, and a bagel tower with smoked salmon, accouterments, and tuna tartare are among the dishes available. Brunch is served with live DJs, surprise entertainment, sparklers, and plenty of dancing.
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3391 Pan American Drive / Website
Bayshore Club is Coconut Grove's newest waterfront dining location, offering panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and sweet and savory brunch fare. Guests can enjoy conventional and seafood-friendly breakfast dishes such as the American Breakfast, Lobster & Queso Omelet, Medianoche French Toast, and more on weekends from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
3015 Grand Ave / Website
The Key Club, the first Groot Hospitality icon to open on Coconut Grove's CocoWalk, began serving brunch in June of this year. Enjoy unique items such as the new DIY Build Your Own Spritz, Steak and Eggs, Everything Spiced Croissant Sandwich, Cinnamon Toast Crunch French Toast, and more on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Don't forget to indulge in other $28 brunch menu, exclusively for Miami Spice Hurry, it expires on September 30th — get it while you can!
Photography by: Courtesy David Salazar, Davey Gravy, Hutong, Mayami, Groot Hospitality, Joia Beach