From health-conscious brunches to a big meal full of Steak & Eggs, Miami is home to several popular brunch spots with something unique to offer. There’s no better city for brunch than Miami, whether you’re looking for traditional comfort food or want to elevate your brunch to something with a bit more style. Here we’ve compiled the top 10 brunch dishes from Miami’s hottest restaurants that everyone should try (at least once).

Bakehouse Brasserie

Dish: Bakehouse Brasserie’s Croissant French Toast
Description: South Beach’s newest Parisian inspired café, Bakehouse Brasserie, turns a French classic into a Miami brunch must-have. The Croissant French Toast features four warm freshly baked croissants, filled with rum-spiked banana fosters and topped with a homemade cream cheese frosting and sliced strawberries! Drool over this dish, served everyday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bulla Gastrobar

Bulla is devoted to serving unique Spanish and Catalan dishes created with the finest and freshest ingredients.
Dish: Bulla Gastrobar’s Huevos ‘Bulla’
Description: Available on the brunch menu, the Huevos ‘Bulla’ is made with eggs, homemade potato chips, Serrano ham, potato foam and truffle oil.

The Continental

The restaurant embodies the spirit of the original, now in its 20th year, with a menu of eclectic global dishes, many designed to share.
Dish: The Continental’s Huevos Rancheros
Description: Available during weekend brunch, Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Continental’s mouthwatering huevos rancheros features two eggs sunny side up, chorizo, black beans, lime crema, salsa ranchero and cotija cheese.


Juvia is a 10,000 square foot indoor/ outdoor restaurant and lounge on the penthouse level of the parking garage by Herzog & de Meuron at 1111 Lincoln Road.
Dish: Juvia’s King Crab Eggs Benedict
Description: Available on Saturday and Sunday during brunch, the King Crab Eggs Benedict features Alaskan king crab with yuzu hollandaise sauce served on a toasted english muffin.


The wood-fired Asian inspired restaurant features a diverse menu and focuses on professional yet relaxed service and a commitment to green practices.
Dish: KYU’s Banana Bourbon French Toast
Description: Crispy banana and bourbon french toast, salted butter and maple syrup. You can add a shot of Bulleit Bourbon on the side for a few dollars extra.

Pisco y Nazca

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar adds a modern twist to traditional Peruvian cuisine. Inspired by Peru’s top ceviche eateries.
Dish: Pisco y Nazca’s Chaufa de Mariscos
Description: Available on the brunch tasting menu, the Chaufa de Mariscos features shrimp, calamari, chifa fried rice, pickled vegetables and topped with salsa criolla.

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar

Rocco’s Tacos offers a true taste of Mexico within a fun casual environment. When you first step through the door you become part of the atmosphere.
Dish: Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar’s Benedict Azteca
Description: Poached eggs in masa sopes, pork cochinitas, salsa roja, spinach, chipotle crema, Mexican potatoes.

Sugar Factory Miami

Miami’s sweet new hot spot, Sugar Factory American Brasserie, at the stylish Hotel Victor on Ocean Drive at the epicenter of South Beach’s celebrity and social scene.
Dish: Sugar Factory’s Manhattan Eggs Benedict
Description: Two poached farm fresh eggs with Wild Alaskan Smoked Salmon is a sophisticated and savory take on brunch, served with grilled asparagus topped with fresh herb hollandaise and a side of breakfast potatoes.

Upland Miami Beach

The second outpost of the popular NYC restaurant bring Smillie’s signature California inspired cuisine to Miami Beach’s chic South of Fifth Neighborhood.
Dish: Upland’s Smoked and Preserved Board
Description: Salmon Pastrami, Smoked Sturgeon, Bresaola di Tonno, Boquerones, Black Eyed Pea Dip, Whipped Butter, Cloumage, Cream Cheese, Pita, Bialy, Za’atar Bread with an optional caviar upgrade.


Verde, located in Pérez Art Museum Miami with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, is a modern, casual restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating.
Dish: Verde’s Steak & Eggs
Description: Chef Kaytlin Dangaran of Verde creates a brunch staple to satisfy everyone’s craving. She whips up Steak & Eggs made with fried eggs, romesco with chimichurri.