Seaspice's weekend brunch has been revamped with new dishes and a bottomless Whispering Angel rose option for $35 per person. Located on the banks of the Miami River, Seaspice exemplifies the essence of waterfront dining with its warehouse-style dining room and outdoor patio. Brunch options include baked egg casserole with potato, leek, parmesan toast, and black truffle; Seaspice lobster Benedict with potato hash, green onion, shaved asparagus, and chive hollandaise and Maryland blue crabcakes served with Dijon mustard and Nappa cabbage slaw. Served Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3pm.
Miami Beach’s Stiltsville Fish Bar boasts the city’s best seafood with ocean views nestled in Sunset Harbour. Top Chef stars Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis (also behind Root & Bone) are offering an all-day weekend “Bubble Bath Brunch” featuring new seafood dishes and bespoke cocktails. Plates include the fisherman's tackle box, which comes with a selection of raw bites such as shrimp and oysters; a whole grilled barbecued big fish, and a waffle of the day, which rotates weekly. From 11am to 5pm every weekend take advantage of half-priced specials like $55 bottles of Perrier Jouet, $25 bottles of La Fete Rose, and $6 Bloody Mary’s – garnish yours from the accouterment cart. Pictured.
Celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian has launched the Royal Brunch at his Point Royal restaurant at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood. Putting a modern spin on a seaside restaurant it serves up coastal American cuisine. The seasonal menu includes an extensive array of brunch items like a butcher's table complete with a carving station and cheeses, housemade breads and pastries, specialty egg dishes, fried chicken, shrimp and grits, mac 'n' cheese, hashes, and salads. There's also a raw bar that includes oysters, shrimp cocktail and stone crabs. Custom your own Bloody Marys or opt for unlimited mimosas and fresh juice-based cocktails.
Expect an elegant, fresh and contemporary take on traditional Italian cuisine by James Beard Award winning chef and owner Fabio Trabocchi - in this Miami outpost of Michelin-starred D.C. power lunch hot spot. The menu draws inspiration from regional Italian classic dishes from Italy’s many coastal and inland regions, local seasonal ingredients, and family traditions. Taking place every Sunday (from 11.30am to 2.30pm) is their take on a Sunday Jazz Brunch, which boasts an la carte menu of overnight oats, “XXL” ricotta pancakes, jumbo lump crab benedict, wagyu short ribs, and lobster ravioli.
Novikov Miami offers up the ultimate weekend lunch feast with Duck and Dim Sum every Sunday. Priced at just $49 per person, and designed to share between two guests, the menu is just as the name implies. Start with half a Peking Duck, and get an assortment of ten of the restaurant’s most popular dumplings like spicy prawn, saffron sweet corn, kimchi wagyu and more. Novikov’s a la carte menu is also available featuring all the favorites like Hamachi carpaccio & shaved truffle and Novikov's duck salad. Sake flights are available from $16. Available every Sunday from noon to 3pm.
Quintessential Miami waterfront restaurant dishes up a fresh approach to bold Latin American flavors from James Beard Award-winning Chef and restaurateur Michael Schwartz. The restaurant, which boasts an indoor-outdoor dining room facing Biscayne Bay, hosts a Sunday dim sum style brunch (from 11am to 4pm) offering a large selection of Latin American-influenced items stocked up by roaming food carts - washed down with a slate of tropical cocktails and spiked Frescas. Dishes include: white corn arepas topped with sun gold tomatoes, queso fresco, and a poached egg; Wagyu beef tartare topped with a quail egg and kaffir lime churros served with a chipotle dark-chocolate sauce.
Curated by Chef Daniel Boulud, the menu features a glamorous combination of sweet and savory dishes, and endless beverages making Boulud’s critically lauded cuisine available as part of South Florida’s favorite meal period. From a la carte items to prix-fixe and bottomless options, the possibilities at Boulud Sud’s new brunch are endless. Order the prix-fixe and enjoy three courses, including the Salade Tropezienne with cucumber, watermelon and croutons, the Moroccan Shakshouka with manouri, kale, and slow poached egg, the Mediterranean Sundae made with baklava, rose loukum, lemon gelato and chantilly, plus bottomless Bloody Marias and Mimosas for only $55. Brunch is served Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.