7 Restaurants Serving Up The Best Brunch in Brickell

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Whether you’re in the mood for savory crepes, mini Kobe beef burgers, lobster quesadillas, raw seafood bars, or Japanese izakaya cuisine, these Brickell restaurants are guaranteed to deliver. We rounded up six of our favorite restaurants serving up the best brunch in Brickell. for you. 

Atelier Monnier

Usually, Atelier Monnier is a cute and grounded French bakery with a sweet staff and some imported boutique items for retail sale. Oh, and they love their fine wines too. On the weekends until the early afternoon, they open their doors with brunch in mind. It’s really satisfying to go for that extra French twist for brunch sometimes, like with a savory crepe or monsieur croque. And you can bet your bottom dollar that the authenticity is present. Plus, all of their wonderful sweets and drinks are still available during brunch hours, so a perfect finish is all but guaranteed! 

Atelier Monnier is located at 48 Brickell Ave Ste #120, Miami, FL 33131. For more information, visit their official website

Cafe Americano

Cafe Americano
Cafe Americano, the city-favorite retro diner with a Latin twist, has unveiled its newest concept in Brickell. Palm greens meet soft caramel browns at this tropical eatery, giving a nod to hard-to-forget American diner classics like a jukebox, leather booths, and bar seats. Overall the vibe screams ideal South Florida diner if there ever was one.
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Cafe Americano isn’t new on the Miami scene, but it is a fresh addition to Brickell and comes with some new and exciting brunch options for the local epicurean crowds. Brunch here is served until 11 a.m. and trust, you don’t want to oversleep this one. The diner offers American brunch classics as well as options with a Latin twist. Saucy barbacoa chilaquiles, anyone? The mixology alone is worth a visit. Brunch options include the CA Bloody Mary — a classic; the Morning Coffee (Brugal 1888, cold brew, chocolate liquor & whipped cream); or the Brunch Bubbles (Gray Whale Gin, Lo-Fi Amaro & Q grapefruit sparkling water). We’re willing to bet our bottom dollar we’ll be seeing you here on a weekly basis from now on. 

Crazy About You 

As if the tranquil view and velvety decor weren’t enough here at Crazy About You, their brunch menu definitely means serious business. Fun fact: they’ve sold over 6 million serrano ham croquettes to date, but that’s neither here, nor there. Classic American fare forged with precision and sometimes slight adaptation is the repertoire here. 

Take, for example, the mini burgers, but with Kobe beef. The french toast, but stuffed with Nutella. The straight-up, no-bars-held, fall-off-the-bone baby back ribs. That kind of stuff (yum). Oh, and every brunch comes with a completely free appetizer, which is nothing to shake a stick at. Make it your business to save a  brunch day for Crazy About You.

Crazy About You is located at 1155 Brickell Bay Dr #101, Miami, FL 33131. For more information, visit their official website

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita (we never get tired of saying it) does a bit of it all — but on the weekends, brunch steals the show! A bit more context for you: Picture an expansive dining space with a classy, yet, loungy feel, held together by the passion for details and a delicate dedication to service. That’s Dolores. And that all finds its way into immaculate brunch selections like lobster quesadillas or smoked mahi mahi dip with house-fried plantain chips. Can’t forget the classics like eggs benedicts and chicken and waffles. And please please try their skillet cornbread with Wisconsin cheddar and whipped butter! Good stuff.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita is located at 1000 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website

Edge Steak and Bar

Edge is a steakhouse and bar that isn’t as rough around the edges as you might expect. In fact, the place is rather like a silky-smooth restaurant carrying only a hint of steakhouse nostalgia behind more polished contemporary elements. Regardless, it’s a great place to grab an indoor or outdoor seat and enjoy a lovely Sunday brunch because it’s an experience like no other. These brunches are a set menu including a raw seafood bar, made-to-order pasta, paella, brunch specialties, and more. The brunch experience will vary in price depending on your drinking preferences but is definitely one-of-a-kind in the city of Miami.

Edge Steak & Bar is located at 1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131. For more information, visit their official website

Moxies

In the heart of Brickell, you will find a chic and modish eatery covered in earth tones and warm lights, with diner-style seating and a diverse menu. Of course, we’re talking about Moxies. This spot has a huge brunch menu with enough mains, appetizers, and others to last you a lifetime. Some things you’ll find are brioche french toast bites with caramel dipping sauce, loaded acai bowls, house-made poutine, maple-glazed brussel sprouts, and much much more. Let’s not forget about all the drinks they offer, both virgin and alcoholic, in case you get down like that. It’s a great place to celebrate the weekend with the family!

Moxies is located at 900 S Miami Ave #161, Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website

Zuma

When in the mood for some fly Japanese flavors during the brunch hour, take a trip over to Zuma Miami, a modern Japanese izakaya with authentic but not quite traditional cuisine. When not on routine izakaya duty, they vend a rather unusual brunch menu that’s sure to excite you. Their brunch is a package deal that includes access to their sushi bar, hot and cold buffets, dessert for the table, and one entree per diner at the behest of the said diner. Top-notch champagne can be added on as well according to their own packages. To boot, some items are available a la carte, if you want to throw in something extra. Definitely, one to add to your “must try” list.

Zuma is located at 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131. For more information, visit their official website.

Brickell Neighborhood Guide

Looking to explore the Brickell neighborhood further? Check out our curated list of the best restaurants in the area that are sure to satisfy your taste buds and elevate your experience in Miami’s bustling financial district.

Angelina Kurganska

Angelina Kurganska is a traveling food and tea writer. She spent years as a professional cook in North America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa. Angelina is particularly enthralled by the subtle world of Japanese cuisine and enjoys making pottery in her free time.

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