One of the best new brunches to attempt in Miami and Miami Seashore 2021


Common brunch dishes at Mila Miami.

Photo courtesy of Mila Miami


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If you’re a brunch lover, note: a lot has changed in Miami’s food and drink scene, but we still love meeting up for a relaxing weekend dinner (and a small day of drinking).

These new brunch menus are surefire ways to make the most of your Sunday.

Browse the list below for the seven best brunch options to try right now.

Ceviche at Fuego y Mar.

Ceviche at Fuego y Mar.

Photo courtesy of the Ritz-Carlton South Beach

Fuego y Mar at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach

1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach


Pool views and ocean breezes complement the Latin American and Caribbean-inspired delicacies served every Sunday at this restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton South Beach. Choose from cane bar options, eggs and omelets made to order, fresh shellfish, herb crust prime rib, and arroz con pollo. Bottomless Bloody Marys, Mimosas, or Bellinis can be added for an additional $ 25. Brunch visitors receive a 50 percent discount on valet parking. The brunch is $ 65 per person.

Served on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Meraki's Greek brunch.EXPAND

Meraki’s Greek brunch.

Photo courtesy Stillwater & Co.

Meraki’s newly launched brunch, served indoors or on the Aegean-inspired outdoor terrace, includes a four-cheese omelette made from three eggs and a mix of feta, vlahotiri, mozzarella, and crumbled blue cheese, and served with sliced ​​multigrain toast (10 USD). a banana and walnut Greek yogurt bowl ($ 10); and poached eggs benedict topped with jumbo lump crab ($ 13). Or indulge in sharable mezze like squid cake ($ 16), honey and sesame cheese ($ 10), or a hearty dish of lamb chops with lemon potatoes and grilled vegetables ($ 20). Combine your selection with a bottle from the selection of Greek natural wines. The brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Brunch egg dish at Mila.EXPAND

Brunch egg dish at Mila.

Photo courtesy of Mila Miami

Head to Mila on Sundays for an Asian-Mediterranean fusion of hot and cold brunch tapas. Shared dishes include palm-heart ceviche, premium beef robata, a spicy hamachi bun, and broken eggs served with thinly sliced ​​potato chips and pork belly. Among other things: French toast rolled in puffed rice and drizzled with miso caramel and vanilla whipped cream. The brunch is $ 75 per person. The brunch is served on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Pubbelly's brunch spread.EXPAND

Pubbelly’s brunch spread.

Photo courtesy Pubbelly Sushi

Pubbelly has unveiled its first brunch offering, a list of sweet and savory dishes compiled by Chef Jose Mendín. Enjoy the Asian twist added to offerings such as Belgian fried chicken thighs Korean-style waffles, kimchi coleslaw, honey-chilli-garlic icing, and mixed berries. Other highlights: Breakfast bao rolls with poached and pan-fried eggs, chopped bacon, chorizo, avocado-tomatillo salsa, spicy mayonnaise, and sea salt (USD 12); and a homemade cinnamon bun with yuzu frosting, five-spice powder, and lime zest ($ 5). Brunch cocktails include a drunk café con leche with Nigori sake ($ 14) and a Bloody Mary sake with wasabi and fresh lemon juice ($ 16). Brunch is served on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at all Pubbelly locations

Brunch at Tacocraft.EXPAND

Brunch at Tacocraft.

Photo courtesy of Tacocraft

The brunch menu of this Mexican taquería features inexpensive dishes of chicken and churros topped with Mike’s hot honey and tequila-infused maple syrup ($ 18), as well as rock steak and eggs served with chimichurri, potato and pepper hash ($ 18). The old French favorite toast consists of brioche, tres leches milk, cinnamon toast crunch, and caramel and cinnamon whipped cream ($ 13). For $ 18, diners can enjoy bottomless mimosas, sangrias, and sprinkles. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at all Tacocraft locations.

Grilled salmon at Tanuki.EXPAND

Grilled salmon at Tanuki.

Photo courtesy Tanuki

Tanuki has a weekend brunch feast with sushi and Pan-Asian specialties. The meal starts with an unlimited choice of starters like salmon and truffle tiradito, Japanese egg sandwich, and crispy tuna and shrimp maki with black dragons. followed by an appetizer with short rib curry, grilled salmon or Singapore noodles. The restaurant’s dim sum menu is also available. For dessert: a chef’s selection for the table. A bottomless cocktail option can be added for $ 20. Brunch is $ 48 per person and is served Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4pm

Sushi at Zuma Miami.EXPAND

Sushi at Zuma Miami.

Photo by FujiFilmGirl

Zuma Contemporary Japanese cuisine

70 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami

This downtown waterfront restaurant now has a non-alcoholic brunch option for guests on Saturdays ($ 78). The Asian fusion menu includes shared hot and cold starters with robata, sweet corn, wagyu gyoza, glazed pork ribs, and a selection of sushi and sashimi. One starter is included per guest. You can choose from spicy beef fillet, vegetable tempura and baby chicken. Finish it off with a towering dessert platter, a selection of exotic fruits, small pastries, sweet cakes and light sorbets. For those looking to partake in alcoholic beverages, Zuma has Asian-inspired juicy brunches in the $ 98 to $ 398 price range. Brunch is served on Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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