Brunch is offered at every corner in South Beach, but we recommend a couple of restaurants in order for you to have the best experience available.
Bottomless house-made brunch drinks entice you into ordering as many items off the menu as you can in order to soak up all the cocktails you will be consuming. The food is prepared by Jamie De Rosa, one of Miami's newest highly regarded chef. The menu includes creative takes on international-inspired dishes, ranging from expertly prepared Shrimp and Grits served with custard-like eggs, to Huevos Rancheros, an upscale take on the classic Mexican dish.
431 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Fl. 33139
This South Beach diner-like veteran decorated in (you guessed it) pink will have you feeling bits of nostalgia as you indulge in huge portions of classic American fare. Do not leave without ordering the Breakfast Burrrito, an immense tortilla filled with your ubiquitous breakfast items, in order to help you heal from last night's celebrations.
157 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Sometimes, you don't want eggs and pancakes for breakfast, and this small Argentinean bakery offers a quick, albeit delicious, breakfast for such occasion. The filled churros served here provide a pleasant way to experience Latin America as you prepare yourself to see what Miami has to offer. 685 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
Sit down and people watch as you dine on the street that South Beach is known for. Other restaurants on Ocean Drive can easily be disregarded as tourist traps, but News Cafe is a welcomed change from the competition that is serving overcooked eggs, weak drinks, and soggy toast.
800 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139
You simply cannot leave Miami Beach without a weekend brunch at Yardbird, the James Beard Award nominated restaurant serving up some of the best Southern cuisine in the nation. The wait may be long, but the perfectly executed Fried Chicken and Buttermilk Biscuits with honey butter alone make a stop here worth it.
1600 Lenox Avenue Miami Beach, Florida 33139