Weekends in Miami are made for brunching & sipping Mimosas. Digest Miami presents our Top 10 Spots that are sure to leave you full, but craving more!
Miami boasts a wide array of fantastic brunch options, whether you’re craving a five-star buffet, a Latin feast or gourmet indulgence. To be sure you know where to go, check out our hottest brunch spots in the city!
270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami
Located in the Epic Hotel
ZUMA is a gorgeous naturally lit space on the edge of the Miami River offering three overflowing, artfully prepared buffets with the most delectable, Asian-inspired, Robata grill delights and sushi bar. This place is more like a decadent all day dinner rather than the typical Sunday Brunch!
$85 per person, plus tax & gratuity
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
The Biltmore hosts one of the most indulgent and lavish Champagne Brunches.
Offered every Sunday in Fontana's stunning courtyard, the extravagant brunch features numerous delicacies, such as caviar, carved meats, fresh omelets, and more.
$75 per person, plus tax & gratuity; $37.50 for children up to 11
9703 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour
We recently had the pleasure
of enjoying an incredible brunch at Bal Harbour's J&G Grill at the St. Regis. Though only a few months old, the spectacular J&G Grill has certainly earned a spot our list of favorite dining spots. With such an exquisite menu, you may just want to go twice in one weekend!
1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
If you have a big appetite
then we suggest stopping by Juvia in the Lincoln Road garage. Juvia offers a delicious brunch buffet with bottomless flutes of Laurent-Perrier Champagne as well as other select cocktails. What could be better than Brunch in the clouds!
$85 per person
270 Biscayne Blvd. Way. Miami
There is nothing better to nurse a hangover
than sipping a Bloody Mary and feasting on some breakfast favorites. Area 31’s Weekend Brunch is every Saturday and Sunday and offers both a hot buffet and cold, including "house baked" breakfast breads and more. We suggest grabbing a table on the outdoor terrace for a breathtaking view of the city.
$50 per person
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
We want some Dim Sum!
Located in the Fontainebleau, Hakkasan features traditional Cantonese classics and house specialties reinterpreted for a contemporary, non-conventional palate. You're sure to enjoy something at this indulgent and seductive enclave, so be sure to stop by!
1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach
If you're a fan of comfort food favorites
like flaky house-made buttermilk biscuits split and topped with crisp fried chicken and sharp pepper jelly, then you're sure to love this soulful hotspot! Yardbird's weekend brunch is sure to fill you up and make you reminisce of your wholesome childhood!
10295 Collins Avenue, Miami
Located at ONE Bal Harbour Resort & Spa
this breathtaking oceanfront setting offers unparalleled views of the Atlantic and lively Haulover Inlet. Mister Collins Brunch menu features American comfort food with an eclectic, refined twist. This is one place you'll want to indulge!
3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne
If you happy to be in Key Biscayne for a weekend
be sure to stop by the newly transformed Rusty Pelican for a delicious Champagne Sunday Brunch. Their menu features several options, including 'Brunchy' Things, grilled classics, and tasty 'Small Plates'.
4385 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Certainly one of Miami's hottest spots to be seen
Cecconi's Sunday Feast features a roving Bloody Mary cart and a complimentary Bellini. The indulgent buffet-style spread is comprised of five categories featuring new options and old favorites. We suggest enjoying libations from their a-la-carte cocktail menu.
$35 per person