Top 5 Sunday Brunches In Miami

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Miami is perfect for brunch because most people sleep right through breakfast on the weekends. Any one of these 5 distinct places will impart a different, although thoroughly haute brunch experience.


1 Four Seasons

Four Seasons has always had one of the best brunches around. Now they have one of the most creative ones too. Incorporating the best of Miami’s Latin dining scene, the brunch, held at Edge, Steak and Bar, includes food stations with themes like a taco truck stations, Cuban food truck station and Peruvian seafood station. Of course there are all the usual lux brunch offerings like a seafood tower gourmet salads, breakfast fare and dessert that includes ice cream churned to order.
1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, FL, 33131 305. 381. 3190

2 Zuma

This see-and-be-seen outpost not only offers some of the finest Japanese food and sushi in Miami, but it is also offers one of the most compromising Sunday Brunches in Miami. With its relaxed Izakaya dining, foodies can share delectable Japanese fare with “Brunch Baikingu.” Make sure to try the housemade tofu with barley miso and anything from the charcoal Robata grill.
270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131 305.577.0277

3 Cecconi’s

Situated in the low-key Soho Beach House, Cecconi’s Miami serves up some of the most delicious Italian food with risottos, pastas, salads and carving stations. Sunday brunch that feels just a little dolce vita via Dickie Greenleaf. Ambiance includes chic Euros and those that love them with a 3 piece jazz band that makes this “Sunday Feast” one of a kind.
4385 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33140 786.507.7902

4 Biltmore

The “Champagne Brunch” is offered every Sunday in the stunning Fontana courtyard and offers an overwhelming feast. With stations ranging from caviar, smoked salmon, to shellfish, carving stations and sushi a strategy is defiantly in order to save room for a few desserts from Executive Pastry Chef Olivier Rodriguez.
1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134 855.311.6903

5 La Piaggia

This St. Tropez-style beach club practically transports guests to the Cote d’Azure. Rose flows, jet-set Euros mingle with Miamians and everyone enjoys the prix-fix Saturday Brunch. Considering the clientele and the free trip to Europe, the $38 price is a steal for French classics such as Le Oefs Bendicte au Saumon (Salmon Eggs Benedict) and Les Crab-cakes aux algues (crab cakes on seaweed a bed).
1000 S Pointe Dr., Miami Beach, FL 33139 305 674.0647
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