Top 10 Sunday Brunch in Miami Beach
Brunch is relatively new at Pubbelly, but this restaurant is made for it. It’s a casual place, which is perfect if you want to go to brunch but only if you can wear your flip-flops and sunglasses. Most dishes at Pubbelly include some kind of delicious pork, but if everyone in your party isn’t in the mood for pork, Pubbelly offers plenty of healthy options like granola and berries, creating a good balance of food options.
Lincoln Road is a great place to hang out day or night, but when it’s time for Sunday brunch, Juvia is the place to go. Like any great French restaurant, there’s plenty of champagne available, even during brunch. In terms of food, there are great seafood options and a slew of delicious appetizers that can be passed around the table and shared, leading to a wonderful, family-style brunch.
For an Italian-style brunch, this is the place to go, especially if you can catch the Italian dim sum brunch, which Macchialina holds just once a month. There’s plenty of alcohol available, if that’s what you’re looking for, but aside from that the entrees are rich and filling, and the a la carte menu is something more restaurants should aspire to. Best of all, the prices at Macchialina are among the best you’ll find at any brunch place on South Beach.
This is a great American bistro with a great American brunch. The sausage, egg, and cheese popovers are guaranteed to hit the spot on a Sunday morning. If that’s not what you’re in the mood to eat, you have waffles, omelets, and eggs Benedict to choose from as well. The menu isn’t flashy; it’s just a good old-fashioned dependable Sunday brunch.
This Mediterranean restaurant has one of the best brunches on South Beach. The buffet has an almost endless number of gourmet options that will keep you there for hours on end. You also have the option of bottomless mimosas, bloody Mary’s, and sangria while you eat. It’s not the cheapest place out there, but if you’re looking to indulge yourself and have an extravagant Brunch, Vintro is the place to go.
Located at the Fontainbleau Hotel, Hakkasan is the ideal place for an affordable family brunch with an Asian twist. Hakkasan offers a dim sum basket that contains all you’ll need to get your Sunday brunch started the right way. After that, there’s plenty of shrimp, beef, vegetables, and noodles available to keep you satisfied.
In addition to being a romantic place to bring a date on a Saturday night, Cecconi’s is also a fine option for the next morning. There’s a buffet that includes just about anything you could ever want, including pasta, pizza, steak, fish, pancakes, and even oysters. That’s quite a selection, even for brunch. On top of all that, there’s also an omelet station in case you’re in the mood for a more traditional brunch.
Brunch is a new endeavor for the Continental, but they already have a good handle on how to do it right. They offer all the classic brunch options and they take their time to make sure make them right to keep the customer satisfied. There’s no shortage of great options, and waiting for you at the end of the meal is some delectable monkey bread.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
For a southern brunch, this is the ideal destination. It all starts with fried chicken and waffles, which is the ideal way to start your Sunday in the south. If you’re looking to indulge in your sweet tooth a little more, try the maple-glazed bacon doughnut, which is mouth-watering. Yardbird also has homemade pies and cornbread, completing the ideal southern brunch.
27 Restaurant & Bar
If mimosas are your biggest priority when it comes to brunch, 27 Restaurant & Bar may be the place for you. This place serves up great cocktails at night, and they definitely know how to make mimosas the next morning. Of course, the food is great too, with traditional brunch options and plenty of buttermilk biscuits that are among the best in Miami and the perfect side dish for your Sunday brunch.