Visit Miami’s Top Brunch Locations

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but after a long night of being out and about on the weekend, who wants to wake up early? I know I don’t, so it’s only right we’ve rounded up the top brunch spots creating a buzz in Miami for you.

Beaker & Gray

Quickly coined as one of “Miami’s most inventive new restaurants of the past couple years” definitely doesn’t let down on its menu offerings. For example, have you ever had a waffle panini with pork belly rillette, Swiss and maple mustard? Croque Madame made with oxtail and Gruyère on sourdough? Well, here’s your chance. And since it’s one of Miami’s best cocktail bars, you may want to skip the brunch tradition of mimosas and instead try a specialty cocktail concoction.

Glass and Vine

Chances are if you haven’t passed by this restaurant, you’ve spotted it on Instagram. Coconut Grove’s Glass and Vine by Giorgio Rapicavoli is a true representation of South Florida ingredients and surprise, the locals know. Here you can go as wild as ordering semolina pancakes over baked eggs or ordering a liquid only brunch with Bloody Marys, mimosas or pitchers of Sangria made with Vinho Verde sauvignon blanc.

Nikki Beach

Nikki Beach a.k.a South Beach’s original brunch party is still one of the best. It feels like you’re on the actual beach, but no you’re just at one of Miami’s most notable venues. It’s the kind of experience that both locals and tourists can truly enjoy. And with an impressive menu of delectables like custom-made pastas, fresh-baked pastries, salad, fruit and pitchers of mimosas this Miami brunch is still a legend.

Prime Fish

We all know the Prime family of restaurants provides a taste of the high-life, unless you’re living under a rock that is. Accompanied with celebrity and socialite spottings, there’s also no slack of impressive food, but perhaps its crowning moments come from the brunch spread. The kitchen offers more than just the famous bottomless mimosas, expect curried fish cakes, duck confit hash, lobster omelets, homemade whitefish salad, brioche French toast, and eggs Benedict.


Imagine a 1920s Chicago post-Prohibition vibe and one then of the best burgers you may have ever had – now meet, Rok:Brgr. Yet this isn’t just your average burger joint, especially when the menu has items like lobster corn dogs, a build-your-own Benedict bar with short rib and lobster, and a hangover sandwich with eggs, smoked pepper bacon, avocado, American cheese, and Sriracha aioli.

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