Café Bonjour was opened in 2010 by couple Ahmed and Veronique Youbi. They are not new to the south Florida restaurant scene as they have previously owned La Crepe Bistro, just a few blocks away from Café Bonjour. This spot offers freshly made French baked goods and brunch. From the staff to the owners, the passion for the food and experience is apparent just by walking in. Visit Café Bonjour to try one of their awesome menu items next time you are looking to brunch in Pinecrest.
The Outrageous Bagel Company is a local favorite breakfast, brunch and lunch spot. Freshly made sandwiches on freshly baked bagels and bread are offered at this joint. Don’t forget to try the homemade cream cheese. Top off your dining experience with a gourmet coffee or smoothie. Why be ordinary when you can be outrageous?
Station 5 Table & Bar doubles as a great nighttime hangout spot, but the real hidden secret about this place is the brunch. On Saturdays and Sundays try bottomless mimosas from the hours of 11am to 4pm. The crispy malanga chips and other breakfast and brunch items are chic, and flavorful. Try a sandwich (sammie, as they call it) and be sure to indulge in dessert after your meal.
Chocolate Fashion is an artisan bakery, restaurant and gourmet food company. This place offers entrees, pastries, desserts, and fresh breads. They are all high quality, fresh and natural products. Additionally, Chocolate Fashion offers catering for any event, and can even personalize the menu to suit your needs. Chocolate Fashion is a cozy, rustic-looking cafe that will make you feel like you are right at home.
Owned by the great Youbi duo, La Crepe Bistro is luxurious and focuses on perfecting the flavors of both sweet and savory French crepes. The service is top-notch – you will feel as though you are dining at the top of the Eiffel tower. Though it is located in a strip mall, La Crepe Bistro is elegant, and a perfect place to enjoy a late breakfast or an early lunch.
La Table Du Marché offers incredible french brunch options. Head chef Christophe Leroy hails from St. Tropez. He was aware the golden key of French gastronomy and is one of the most renowned chefs in France as well as globally. La Table Du Marché was first opened in St. Tropez and was brought to Miami to serve the community the lovely tastes that France has to offer. Try a soup, a salad, or a sandwich, as well as a small plate to share and you will absolutely not regret it. La Table Du Marché is classy, elegant, and clean.
Rumba Cafe Restaurant offers some of the best breakfast and brunch in Miami. The freshly squeezed juice and menu items are heavenly and refreshing. This spot is casual and easy for a morning on the go, but don’t let that deter you from believing that it is truly one of Miami’s hidden gems.
This homey spot serves breakfast all day long, every day. They have a rotating roster of specials from barbecue to Italian. This leads to the restaurant being unpredictably fun. The menu offers amazing platters and a wonderful kids’ menu, making it great for the family. It also has filling menu items that complement each other in flavor. Wagon’s West is your classic family diner with a kick.
Sebastian’s Café is located in the alumni center of the University of Miami and makes everyone wish they had more of a reason to stop by the center more often. Sebastians Café is both affordable and delicious. Try one of their yummy and fresh bagel sandwiches or salads. The ingredients are all natural and fresh. The portions are large, but the food is so great that you will not have a hard time finishing your plate.
The Oyster Bar brunch is offered both Saturdays and Sundays here from 11am- 3pm. This place offers a lovely wine special where every bottle of wine under $100 is half off, and bottles over $100 are 25% off. The appetizers and raw offerings are varied, incredibly filling and flavorful. The entree options are extensive and offer both seafood options as well as classic options such as pancakes and Belgian waffles.