MMM’s Top 5 Best Brunches in South Beach

Brunch is the only reason why one should put on pants on weekend mornings. There’s nothing better than a great meal with friends to either kick off or cap the weekend’s festivities. These are our top recommendations for the best brunches, both high and low, in South Beach to cure your weekend hangover. 

 

Orange Blossom

Healthy, affordable and delicious.  Located steps from Collins Park and on the famed Collins Avenue, Orange Blossom is situated in the middle of the new Miami Beach. The Orange Blossom has a lot of breakfast standards that will please someone in your party: steak & eggs, huevos rancheros, eggs benedict, omelettes of all kinds, nutella french toast, Belgian waffles, etc. but they also offer a few more unique brunch items for the adventurous among you like quinoa fried rice, tuna tartare, kale salmon salad, etc. For everyone? Bottomless cocktails including mimosas, bloody mary’s, Aperol Spritz and Bellini for $20.
 

Where: 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139.

Time: 11-3pm

$$
(305) 763-8983

http://orangeblossommiami.com/

 

Palace

“Every Queen needs a palace!” Located down the infamous Ocean Drive, Palace is sure to give you the most fun and unique brunch experience you can imagine. Brunch is a flat rate of $45 for 2 hours of unlimited mimosas, an entree from a 7 item list off their brunch menu, and an unforgettable drag show. The food is delicious- but honestly it’s all about the Queens. They are full of energy and life and will interact with their audience the whole show. So check your attitude at the door, bring a stack of bills and get ready to laugh-till-ya-cry!

Where: 1052 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Time: 11-3pm

$$

(305) 531-7234

 http://palacesouthbeach.com/

 

Cecconi’s

Find this brunch spot inside the modern Soho Beach House. Cecconi’s Saturday and Sunday weekend feasts includes an expansive buffet with an omelette station, meat station (with a whole leg of lamb), raw bar/seafood station, salad bar, great bread and pastries. and a to finish it off, a dessert station. Cecconi’s top notch brunch is on the pricier side at $65 a person, but it’s gorgeous courtside setting and romantic atmosphere makes it all worth it. Reservation’s are a MUST to get into this brunch!

Where: 4385 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Time: 11am – 4pm.

$$$

(786) 507-7902

http://cecconismiamibeach.com/

 

Las Olas Cafe

This quaint little cafe is the closest thing to a home cooked meal in South Beach. No place on the beach makes a richer, more potent Cuban coffee than Las Olas. Don’t expect fine dining when you brunch at this authentic Cuban joint, but delicious food at an extremely affordable price is a guarantee. Hands down, the best cuban sandwich in the area!

Where: 644 6th St. – Miami Beach, FL 33139

$

(305) 534-9333

http://lasolascafesb.com/

 

 

Juvia

You can’t beat the location and ambiance at this restaurant. Find Juvia on the 9th floor of the most elegant building down the Lincoln Road strip. Though the breathtaking rooftop view makes brunch absolutely worth it, the unique food and dining experience is also 5 star. At Juvia you have the choice of picking from their fixed menu that includes an appetizer, main course, dessert and bottomless mimosa, bellini or prosecco for $55 or just straight a la carte.

Where: 1111 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Time: 11:30-3pm
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