The Most Delicious Brunch Spots In Miami

Miamians love to brunch. Whether looking for a prix-fixe boozy brunch and all-you-can-eat buffet, or a fun atmosphere with delicious and Instagram-worthy menu items, the restaurants throughout the Magic City have you covered when it comes to your weekend brunch cravings. These are our top, can’t-miss brunch spots of Miami that are worth every penny: 


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Zuma is, and has remained, the top brunch destination in the city since its inception. With a three-tier prix-fixe menu that starts at $95/person, guests can indulge in all of the Japanese hot spot’s finest delicacies at the all-you-can-eat buffet, as well as one entree and one serving of the famous mushroom rice hot pot as well as the beautiful desert platter at the end. And, of course, bottomless drinks. You can definitely get your money’s worth here, and it’s also one of the best atmospheres for a good time—waterfront views and the lively setting make for a memorable Saturday or Sunday brunch outing.



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One of the city’s newest and best brunches around, chef José Andrés’ seafood-themed Bazaar Mar also offers a three-tier prix-fixe menu starting at $95/person based on the bottomless champagne and caviar that you order. Nothing quite pairs as deliciously as a glass of Moët, Ruinart or Dom Perignon champagne with Oscietra caviar and freshly-sliced jamón. Guests can also enjoy an all-you-can-eat selection of the spot’s signature dishes like the Neptune’s Pillow, Croquettas de Bacalo, a wonderful raw bar selection and much more, in addition to a choice of one of the expertly-prepared entree dishes. Considering a meal at this spot generously runs over $100/person, the brunch is well worth the money and a guaranteed great time.



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The new Argentinian-Japanese restaurant at The Delano hotel is another can’t miss brunch destination offered on Sundays. Priced at $70/person, guests can order two choices of entrees—we suggest trying one of their signature empanadas and eggplant toast—as well as an unlimited buffet including some of the freshest fish and most delicious meats around. Hit the sushi bar one—or three—times and make your way over to the wood-fired grill to indulge in their signature chorizo or churrasco. For an extra $15/person, brunch also includes unlimited mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. And afterwards, enjoy some time in the sun at the Delano’s stunning pool.



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The quaint SoFi brunch destination offers sweet and savory menu items a la carte. Must-try dishes include the Nutella French Toast—deliciously stuffed with nutella and banana foster—as well as the avocado toast topped with a poached egg. The extra large Bloody Mary’s are also an essential item of brunch menu. Enjoy jazz tunes as you dine on deliciously-prepared (and Instagram-worthy) bites from the Menin Hospitality joint and make sure to order dessert—Chef Tatiana’s baked goods are some of the best in town.



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The exclusive Soho Beach House restaurant is a top destination for weekend brunch. Cool down with a glass of frosé in the cozy courtyard and enjoy an endless buffet of the spot’s delectable Italian delicacies. Be sure to come hungry because you definitely want your share of decadent pizzas, fresh pastas, meats, cheeses and sweet desserts.



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This Coral Gables eatery helmed by Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli is known for its inventive brunch offerings and creative small plates, most particularly the famous Cap’n Crunch pancakes. Snagging a spot at the brunch is definitely a feat, so be sure to plan in advance, but we promise, it is well worth the wait.