Brunch and sushi don’t usually go hand in hand, but Zuma is working hard to help everyone rethink this. This sophisticated restaurant offers patrons two different brunch options. Brunch Baikingu is an all-you-can-eat option, with selections from the sushi bar and robata grill dishes, served with soups and salads. Brunch Sentaku is more reserved, offering one main dish per person and one dessert platter at each table. Zuma proves that raw is right for brunch.
270 Biscayne Blvd. Way Miami, FL, USA, +1 305 577 0277
This eclectic spot combines exotic Catalan cuisine with fresh, regional ingredients. NIU is sophisticated casual – enjoy jamón ibérico or Iberian ham and pa amb tomáquet, a toasted bread with rubbed tomato and olive oil. The menu doesn’t serve traditional brunch pancakes and waffles, but you won’t be disappointed by the delicious international eats. Try the sangria de cava, sangria made with sparkling wine for a perfect bubbly kick.
134 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL, USA, +1 786 542 5070
This tucked away breakfast joint offers up some of the best nibbles and bites in town. Everything they make is delicious, like BBQ’d deviled eggs, waffles with plantains, cookies and cream French toast, and crawfish and grits. Tasty drinks are available as well, including Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas. The Federal is so good that it fills up quickly, so be sure to make a reservation.
5132 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL, USA, +1 305 758 9559