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Where to Treat Yourself for a Decadent Weekend Brunch in Miami

Where to Treat Yourself for a Decadent Weekend Brunch in Miami

August 31, 2017

Miami residents take Sunday brunch very seriously, and they are always in search of the next new thing. Or, some just love frequenting their favorite spot again and again. What is certain, however, is that this hybrid meal that once was reserved for Mother’s Day, Easter and other special occasions is now a popular choice among many in search of a good meal, or a bottomless mimosa. When you add Miami to the mix, not only will brunchers get a great meal and great drinks, but they will get all the sights and sounds of one of the world’s most popular cities.

If, by chance you are looking for something new, here is a list of top spots for Sunday brunch in Miami.


zumaSunday brunch at Zuma, located in the Epic Hotel on Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami, is the perfect time to sample a little bit of everything on the Japanese-inspired menu. Diners enjoy a wide range of dishes from sushi to raw oysters, soba noodles and meats, all cooked on its robata grill.

A few unexpected favorites like cheese-stuffed pancakes and king crab salad are also on the menu. Zuma Miami’s cuisine is sophisticated food served in a fun and vibrant environment. All three Sunday brunch tiers include Zuma’s spicy beef tenderloin and unlimited premium drinks.

Zuma: Epic Hotel. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami; (305) 577-0277.

Le Mar

lemar When you brunch at famed chef Gaston Acurio’s Le Mar, there are so many choices you may need to plan for more than a couple of hours. During Sunday brunch, you literally can try everything on the menu. A good place to start, however, are the hot and cold stations that feature Le Mar’s signature ceviches, robata skewers and barbecue pork buns.

Entrees vary by brunch tier. Make sure you save room for dessert which is served in a spinning artisanal dollhouse. Pretty cool!

Le Mar. 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami; 305-913-8288.

The Biltmore

biltmore brunchDid someone say bottomless champagne? At the Biltmore? Miami’s oldest and most classic Sunday brunch can be found at this iconic historic landmark.

Request a seat by the Olympic-sized pool, enjoy live entertainment, and feast on the extravagant buffet that includes delicacies such as caviar, smoked salmon, carved meats, fresh omelets, pastas and sushi. And, the desserts by Executive Pastry Chef Olivier Rodriguez are not to be missed. Trust us: You will not be disappointed.

The Biltmore. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Miami; 855-311-6903.


brioche_french_toast Enjoy Sunday brunch with a “twist” at Zucca, located inside Hotel St. Michel in Coral Gables. Open since May, Zucca Miami is an elegant Italian ristorante and bar that recently debuted brunch with a large spread of antipasti paired with a la carte entrees.

Complimentary mimosas also are offered, as well as bubbly Prosecco and bellinis. Signature dishes include sea bass benedict, pumpkin pancakes, Ferrero Rocher French toast and carbonara.

Zucca. 162 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables; 786-580-3731.