Best Brunch in Miami

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When you live in a town that’s all about where to go and what to do, there’s nothing more glamorous than the timeless and quintessential Sunday brunch. So where do you go when you want to experience the best brunch in Miami? Well, life’s a beach over here — so head to the sand for one of these five seaside brunches with a view.


Nikki Beach
1 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach FL 

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Known for its perfectly palm-lined beaches, pristine white umbrellas and chairs, and celebrity-filled guest lists, brunch at Nikki Beach is the only way to spend your Sunday mornings on SoBe. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., pair your bellini with a delicious farm-to-table brunch that includes Asian favorites, artisan cheeses, beet salad with arugula and fresh goat cheese, signature Nikki Beach Ceviche, Nutella crepes, fresh-made omelets, sachet tortes and raspberry mousse cups for just $50.

Rusty Pelican
3201 Rickenbacker Causeway
Key Biscayne, FL 

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Sitting on the historic Rickenbacker Causeway, and boasting views of Miami’s beautiful bay and downtown skyline, Rusty Pelican offers Modern American weekend brunch favorites of crab cake benedict, BBQ pulled short rib benedict, salmon BLTs, banana-cinnamon French toast and Scottish smoked salmon, to name a few. Oceanfront dining is all the rage – so while you wait for one of South Florida’s best brunches, grab a mimosa and enjoy the view.


The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne
455 Grand Bay Drive
Key Biscayne, FL


For a taste of classic Italian cuisine with a modern Miami twist, start your week the right way at Cioppino – The Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne’s place to see and be seen for aristocrats of the southern Atlantic coast. For $85 per person, stop by between Noon and 3 p.m. every Sunday morning, and taste your way through a buffet of penne a la bolognese, Maki and Nigiri sushi, herbed couscous with mint and apricots, charred beef with broccoli, imported cheeses, roasted herb crusted salmon with lemon beurre blanc and much more.

Smith and Wollensky
1 Washington Avenue
South Pointe Park
Miami Beach, FL 

Recognized for its award-winning steaks, top-of-the-line seafood and delectable wines, Miami Beach’s Smith & Wollensky — and its timeless view of the city skyline and crystal clear waters of the Government Cut Channel — has also become a popular place to unwind for your seaside Saturday or Sunday brunch. So choose from signature items like braised beef hash and poached eggs, cinnamon French toast, Benedict oscar style, truffled macaroni and cheese, or gorgonzola crusted filet mignon, take in the scenery, and let your taste buds be your guide.


The Shore Club
1901 Collins Avenue
South Beach, FL 


As the SoBe solution to “ladies who lunch,” Terrazza at Shore Club offers casual, Italian fare and picturesque views of sunny South Florida with a Sunday girls-only brunch on the terrace.  For $44, grab your girlfriends and head east to the sand; where you can enjoy a seductive buffet of antipasto Italiano, lemon ricotta pancakes, rustici, insalata caprese, panzanella con polpa di granchio, spezzatino di manzi and more — all paired with your choice of bottomless mimosas or bellinis.

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