North Bay Village, Miami, is a place filled with restaurants, nightlife, and sights to see. If you find yourself in North Bay Village in need of a good brunch spot, check out our list of the 10 best below.
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.
LOBA serves elevated Latin American fare with a southern twist, with sports book lined walls for a novel tone-setting environment. This cozy corner is known for awesome eats from chicken wings to goat cheese balls, to a light cucumber salad. LOBA has everything you could want as it serves a slightly boozy brunch on Saturdays and Sundays yet still emphasizes the awesome Latin American flavors that it offers.
This hip American restaurant and modern tavern is nestled in a dimly lit strip mall, yet shines bright in the Miami brunch world. It is set with cheerful planters, modern hanging lights, and audible tunes to set the mood for this awesome dining experience. The brunch menu sports family style plates, and has extensive options to satisfy the needs of each of its patrons. The $19 dollar bottomless boozy brunch is a steal. Drink responsibly and enjoy! Price: Mid-range Opening Hours: 12pm-8pm Watch Out For: pig wing
This informal café has a notable Sunday brunch menu that is not to be missed while in North Bay Village, Miami. The eclectic menu offers modern international dishes that are sure to surprise and satisfy guests. Balans has its roots in London, and serves comfort food from all around the globe. The brunch menu offers everything from crepes to international pasta and noodle dishes, pitchers of mimosas and homemade bloody Marys and more. A great find in North Bay Village and a must for everyone dropping into this awesome town.
This gastropub features elevated tavern fare, pizzas, beers, and drinks served poolside. This spot keeps up with the seasons, the menu changes with them, and always challenges itself to stay modern, chic, and delicious. Brunch at Lou’s is a real treat and features items such as breakfast burritos, ceviche, and more unique dishes.
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.
Organic Bites is known for their international comfort food and delicious brunch. This organic and seasonal restaurant aims to make a a difference and challenges the notion that organic fresh food has to be overly expensive. Organic Bites works with fresh and organic ingredients to make a healthier, more flavorful, and affordable dining experience. They offer cold fresh pressed juices daily and have everything from yogurt parfaits to grilled items. Be sure to check out Organic Bites for a different kind of dining experience.
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.
This French bistro draws in locals for its classic french fare and homey feel. Buena Vista Bistro challenges its customers to picture a laid-back, 1950s inspired setting that does not distract from the food. Chef Claud Postel was determined to bring authentic Parisian vibes to Miami when he moved over from Paris and created this little gem in the restaurant filled North Bay Village. The brunch at Buena Vista is classic and great for those who are looking for a hearty, authentic, and fresh brunch experience.