7 Must-Try Spots for Brunch around Miami

By Harman Kaur Pradhan | March 27, 2018 | Food & Drink

When making plans for your next Sunday brunch, check out these locations that not only offer amazing food, but provide an excellent ambiance for catching up with your friends and family.

LEYNIA at Delano South Beach

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Whether you choose to dine indoors or out, your experience at Leynia will be nothing short of memorable. From an expansive selection of maki to an array of grilled meats, the appetites of even the most discerning guest will be satisfied. 1685 Collins Ave., South Beach, 305-672-2000

The St.Regis Bal Harbour Resort

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Enjoy freshly shucked oysters paired with your choice of bottomless rosé wine at the St. Regis Resort in Bal Harbour. Afterwards, indulge in mouth-watering options such as succulent king crab legs and roasted dry aged prime rib. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305-993-3300

Stiltsville Fish Bar

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Enjoy a modern interpretation of otherwise classic seafood dishes thanks to the culinary duo of Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth. If you're interested in trying something unique, opt for the hummingbird waffle, which is topped with rum caramel, charred pineapple, pecans, and delicious mascarpone whip. 1787 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 786-353-0477

Upland

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Inspired by California, Upland provides savory options that range from chilaquiles with skirt steak to avocado omelets that will leave you wanting to order seconds. Not only does this brunch include bottomless mimosas made from fresh Florida citrus, but it offers unlimited blood marys as well. 49 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-602-9998

No. 3 Social Bar & Lounge

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For those wanting to celebrate with food and some dancing, visiting this venue is a fool-proof option as they host a 'Straight Up & Dirty' party every Sunday. Enjoy dishes from a carefully curated menu of elevated street food and scrumptiously crafted cocktails. 50 NW 24th Street Rooftop., Miami, 305-748-4540

Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann

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South American inspired dishes are plentify at the new Asado Buffet Brunch at Los Fuegos. Tender, slow-cooked ribeye and wood-oven provoleta are a few of the reasons why visiting this location is a must. For those with a sweet tooth, make sure to check out the impressive tower of desserts. 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-655-5610

Lobster Bar Sea Grille

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If you love seafood, you will not want to miss out on visiting the Lobster Bar Sea Grille. Treat yourself to a three-course gourmet brunch, which consists of delectable dishes such as chili lobster toast and all jumbo lump deconstructed “Crab Cake Benedict.” 404 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-377-2675



Photography by: Photography courtesy of Leynia; The St.Regist Bal Harbour Resort; Stiltsville Fish Bar; Upland; No.3 Social Bar and Lounge; Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann; Lobster Bar Sea Grille