Blue collar is a ’70s inspired comfort food favorite in North Bay Village. Brunch is served daily and offers everything from eggs to french toast and syrup-filled favorites. Blue Collar keeps it real, keeps it casual and always sets out to create a superior dining experience for its customers. Blue collar is unlike other brunch spots in the neighborhood with its relaxed and laid-back vibes and southern retro style.
Address & Telephone Number: Biscayne Inn, 6730 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL USA, (305) 756-0366
This laid-back Italian bakery and café is known for its homemade pastries, cakes, and amazing weekend brunch. Ni.Do Caffe offers a small selection of classic brunch items, making it an ideal spot for the minimalist customer who knows how to enjoy the little things in life. Ni.Do Caffe will steal your heart with its gorgeous views and vibe.
Soyka is a railroad station converted into a hip and eclectic spot for global fare and comfort food. A lifetime of culinary pursuit shows itself in Soya’s kitchen, as the chef and owner work tirelessly to perfect a menu that reflects their own personal tastes and twists on classic dishes. Their brunch menu goes from classic pancakes to a hearty meal of steak and eggs, making it a great place for the entire gang.
Address & Telephone Number: 5556 NE 4th Ct, Miami, FL USA, (305) 759-3117
Jimmy’s serves all day breakfast, burgers, and other luncheon digs. This retro spot is great when you are in the mood for breakfast for dinner, or a solid Sunday (or any other day of the week) brunch. Jimmy’s is fantastically priced and serves some of the best grits and eggs Benedict in Miami. Enjoy a meal that will remind you of home at Jimmy’s Eastside Diner.
Address & Telephone Number: 7201 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL USA, (305) 754-3692