There is nothing better than brunch on a Sunday morning.
Oh yeah, there is. Eating (and holding a mimosa) with the ocean as your backdrop.
Brunch in Miami is not like brunch in any other city. Along with the view, Miami has influences from all over the world, which makes it a foodie ‘s paradise. However, the worst thing you can do is fall into a tourist trap and end up eating an overpriced breakfast on Ocean Drive.
That is where we come in.
We reached out to our favorite bloggers in the Magic City and they gave us their picks for the best brunch spots Miami has to offer. You might be surprised to know that there is more to Miami than the beach, so we have locations all over from Coral Gables to Wynwood to Coconut Grove.
From our 50 States of Style pick Ria Michelle to Nany’s Klozet bloger Daniella Ramirez, these fashionistas know where to go to eat in style.
Check out the gallery below for the best brunch in Miami:
La Latina: 3509 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
“It’s a cute Venezuelan place with the most delicious arepas and dishes from my country. Regularly for brunch, we eat bigger versions of our dishes and I always go there for exactly that.”
Love is Blind, 225 Altara Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33146
“They have the best waffles I’ve had for brunch ever; there’s also a quinoa salad that’s part of their brunch menu that is delicious.”
Tongue & Cheek, 431 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
“Tongue & Cheek is fabulous. Their Coffee & French Toast is my dish of choice and unlimted mimosas of course.”
Yardbird, 600 Lenox Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Yardbird for the Chicken n’ Watermelon n’ Waffles. FIRE.
La Gloutonnerie, 81 Washington Ave, Miami FL 33139
“La Gloutonnerie is hands down the best brunch in Miami. You’ll find pretty much anything your heart/stomach desires and they’ve got a beautiful outdoor patio that makes brunching a sun-kissed affair.”
R House, 2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
“R House in Wynwood is a great brunch spot filled with music, art and bottomless drinks. Come for the food but you’ll stay for the party!”
Fashion Blogger: The Fashion Poet
The Local House, 400 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
“Off the beaten path, this intimate cozy beach shack eatery in South Beach serves up some of the city’s best eggs benedict and freshly squeezed watermelon juice while offering patrons some great people watching. Plus, it’s just steps from the sandy shore so you can swim off your brunch.
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Fashion Blogger: StyleByLynsee
“The Sunday brunch is amazing for ladies since it includes unlimited mimosas and bellinis, in addition to the most decadent dishes. Terrazza has everything from a live omelet station to antipasto, Tuscan beef stew, rigatoni bolognese, rustic salads, fresh fruit, and endless pastries. My favorite dish would have to be the brioche french toast with vanilla-verbena syrup, marinated strawberries and bananas – to die for.”
“If you haven’t been to La Gloutonnerie’s Sunday brunch, you haven’t lived yet. Their endless sea of upscale cuisine is incredible, including freshly shucked oysters, cocktail shrimp, eggs, salads, carving stations, meat and fish (prepared to order), smoked salmon, and plenty of pastries (French macarons for days). It also comes with two glasses of champagne or mimosas. “
Journalist/ Fashion Blogger: The Wordy Girl
Ice Box Cafe, 1855 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
“Ice Box whips of the most fluffy, sweet and citrus-y lemon ricotta pancakes. I literally crave them! Plus, Ice Box is extremely kid friendly which is an added bonus for this mom of two.”
The Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Ave Coral Gables, FL 33134
“For the most ‘legendary’ brunch in all of Miami, the historic Biltmore Hotel is IT. The vibe here is very fancy and the food (caviar, anyone?) is bar none.”
MC Kitchen, 4141 NE 2nd Ave #101a, Miami, FL 33137
“My absolute favorite brunch dish is MC Kitchen’s eggs benedict with black truffle shavings sprinkled on top.”
“When I’m not sure what I’m in the mood for, I opt for Edge with their wide array of buffet options and traditional a la carte brunch offerings.”
Visual Designer/ Fashion Blogger: Collections + Volumes
Love is Blind, 225 Altara Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33146
“The menu is so unique, flavorful, and truly delicious. Plus the decor and the presentation are all very Instagram-worthy!”
Bianca, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
“The menu has everything from breakfast to sushi to lobster tails, the sangria is great, and the view of the palm trees at the Delano Hotel is such a chic Sunday view!
The Grateful Bread, 927 NE 125th St, North Miami, FL 33161
“The Grateful Bread is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant. If you want a light, yet filling, affordable breakfast or brunch this is the place to go to! It’s small but it’s amazing and it is very cozy. I love it.”
Deli Lane, 921 Brickell Ave Miami, FL 33131
“Deli Lane is where I go when I want to eat my feelings and I’m in the mood for some good ol’ whole wheat French toast. Every time I go there I must get that.”
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Attorney/Fashion Blogger: The Fashionable Esq
Green Street Cafe, 3468 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove, FL 33133
“My favorite, long standing, go-to brunch spot is Green Street. Although the wait is always over an hour on weekends, they have the best bloody mary’s and great breakfast items like eggs Benedict and goat cheese omelettes. (Tip: order a side of turkey sausage with your eggs). Good ambiance and lots of outdoor seating for those picture perfect Miami days.”
Coral Bagel: 2750 SW 26th Ave, Miami, FL 33133