Here are some of the best South Florida brunch spots where besties can enjoy delicious brunches and unlimited mimosas, rose and more.
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. (Miami Beach)
At Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. in Miami Beach, bearded beauty and ultimate drag queen, Karla Croqueta hosts the “Fruit Cocktail” drag brunch featuring bottomless rose for $35.
The “Fruit Cocktail” drag brunch takes place every Sunday, with seating times at 12:30 PM and 3:30 PM. Bar seating is a first come first serve.
You will be entertained by the wildest burlesque, acrobatic drag queens, and outrageously entertaining acts by some of Miami’s most popular drag divas complemented by an a la carte food menu of creative American food.
Signature items including the Banging Brunch Burrito, Cauliflower Nachos and Buns of Liberty Burger, and drink menu curated by new creative beverage director and world-renowned bartender Naren Young.
237 20th St suite b, Miami Beach, FL
Red Rooster Overtown (Miami)
At Miami’s Red Rooster Overtown, brunch isn’t just a meal, but a whole experience.
The Gospel Brunch takes places Sunday from 12:30 – 3:30pm.
Signature items include the Beach Bird Seafood Tower; C.K.’s Chicken and Waffle; and Mama Epps’ Biscuits & Gravy made with creamed spinach, crispy gulf oysters, hot and sour fennel.
920 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (Fort Lauderdale)
In Fort Lauderdale’s Bodega Taqueria y Tequila, besties can experience an authentic Mexican brunch from 11:30 am – 4 pm.
On the menu are frozen margaritas and an a la carte food menu that includes Breakfast Nachos, made with Homemade tortilla chips, scrambled eggs, bacon; El Breakfast Sandwich made with scrambled eggs, Oaxaca cheese, tomato, red onion; and Churro Waffles made with Cinnamon sugar, Nutella, whipped cream, maple syrup.
21 W Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Green Bar & Kitchen (Fort Lauderdale)
For plant-based foodies, Fort Lauderdale Green Bar & Kitchen’s brunch features unlimited mimosas for $15.
Their complete plant-based menu includes their famous GBK Chia Pancakes with a choice of berries, or chocolate chip; and Tofu Scramble made with sprouted tofu, broccoli, spinach, avocado, Santa Fe vinaigrette, with gluten- free toast + breakfast potatoes.
Popular on the menu is the Hot Crispy Chick’n Sandwich that will make you think it’s really chicken made with seiten “chick’n” patty, jalapeno ranch, hot sauce, lettuce, tomato, pickles, cabbage slaw.
1075 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Public Square (Coral Gables)
Public Square is a contemporary American grill located in Coral Gables near South Miami and their Sunday brunch menu is very popular.
Start with a Crab and Asparagus salad or a bowl of classic Peruvian ceviche from the Raw Bar.
In the mood for sushi? Order up a Jalapeno Hamachi Roll, Salmon Crab Roll, Shrimp Tempura Roll to name a few.
Craving classic brunch? You’ve got it – try the Lox N’ Bagel with limoncello-cured salmon or Chicken & Waffles with spicy honey sauce.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with their Nutella waffles with lemon scented whipped cream and fresh berries. No matter which way you go, you’ll leave happy.
6915 Red Rd, Coral Gables, FL 33143
The Social Club (Miami Beach)
Miami Beach’s The Social Club is a favorite among South Beach Miami Restaurants, especially at brunch – featuring Southeast American-style fare and ritzy, craft cocktails.
Located at the swanky yet artsy Kimpton’s Surfcomber Hotel, The Social Club offers a stylish perch on Collins Avenue to meet friends under open-air terraces, skylights, intimate yet eclectic decor.
Their brunch is daily from 7:30 am – 2:30 pm so you can satisfy your brunch cravings any day of the week.
Some popular brunch choices include the Chimichurri Steak & Eggs; Chorizo Biscuits & Gravy; Fancy French Toast and more.
Wash it down with some boozy cocktails like Angry Sangria; Social Mary; Morning after Mojito and so forth.
1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL
La Mar by Gastón Acurio at Mandarin Oriental (Miami)
Another best South Florida brunch spot is La Mar by Gastón Acurio‘s Peruvian & fusion fare is popular with brunch goers in Miami.
This beachfront restaurant at the Mandarin Oriential in Miami has a dedicated Cebiche bar with choice of 15 different dishes including Clásico with fluke, cilantro, aji limo; and Nikkei with tuna, red onion, nori and more.
They also have an Anticuchos bar, which serves a reinvented version of popular Peruvian street food with varieties of Wagyu beef, chicken, octopus, whole jumbo prawn and Peruvian asparagus.
Their selection of Causa dishes includes mashed potato dumplings topped with seafood, and a range of specialities highlighting Peruvian cuisine’s rich Japanese influence.
Their cocktail menu features Peruvian Classics including ones infused with pisco, a South American grape brandy, and Signature Cocktails with a Peruvian twist.
500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131
Zuma Miami (Miami)
For a sushi-focused best brunch spot in South Florida, minimalist Japanese hot spot, Zuma, is an ideal choice.
This international chain is open for brunch on Saturday & Sunday. They offer prix-fixe brunch ranges from Classic ($98), Signature ($148), Premium Sake ($198); to Premium Champagne ($398).
If you’re looking to share plates with your besties, Zuma is a great place to do so. They have large shareable plates add-ons including 24oz angus bone in rib eye; 28oz australian wagyu tomahawk; toro sashimi platter fresh wasabi; uni sashimi platter and more.
Trigo Cafe (Hialeah)
Trigo Cafe in Hialeah is a charming little cafe that serves Cuban-style items for breakfast and brunch.
The popular Trigo Rise & Shine item features eggs, ham or bacon and tater tots. Served with a tostada and café con leche.
They also have the Croqueta Preparada which has ham, pork, Swiss cheese, mustard, pickles & three Islas Canarias croquetas on Cuban bread.
839 W 49th St, Hialeah, FL
Hopefully you found some great places to check out on this Best South Florida Brunch Spots List. Happy eating!
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