In the 1890s, Buena Vista was a small village whose founding and growth resembled Miami’s. During the Land Boom of the 1920s, the area developed into the Biltmore and Shadowlawn subdivisions. Originally home to many immigrants from Georgia and North Carolina, the neighborhood soon became popular with the owners of nearby businesses. Today Buena Vista is home to various exquisite restaurants. We count down five of the best spots for breakfast and brunch in the area.
Restaurant, American, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Fast Food, $$$
Serving brunch seven days a week, Morgans is a restaurant that encourages customers to take a pause and enjoy the moment, to cherish companionship. Here, you’ll find good company and fresh, Florida grown and bred all-natural ingredients. Their thoughtful, wholesome, and locally sourced food includes meals like pillow light brioche, french toast, house cured salmon, chicken and waffle sandwich, and eggs Benedict with ham. Many of these meals will remind you of your grandmother’s home cooking and will please even the most fussy customer. At Morgans you can rest assured that all dishes will be made from scratch.
Blackbrick’s mission is simple – to serve delicious affordable food that guests will want to return to week after week. At Blackbrick Chinese that mission is accomplished. The restaurant was one of the most anticipated openings of 2013 and has received many positive reviews. Miami New Times says ‘Blackbrick in Midtown serves the Chinese food you’ve been waiting for.’ Opening at 11:30am, with a menu that changes daily and a stylish yet playful interior, Blackbrick is the perfect place to grab a meal for brunch. Chef Hales created the menu inspired by his travels to China, his experience in New York and his collaboration with Chef Chok.
No list of the best brunch and breakfast spots in Buena Vista would be complete without a laid-back, family owned coffee shop and restaurant. At Angelina’s they prepare every dish, from artisan flatbread to vegan crepes, with care to ensure that their customers have the best dining experience possible. Everything is cooked in a special way to minimize fats. They serve casual, everyday meals made from fresh and natural ingredients from local farms to make their menu remind customers of home cooking. Angelina’s locally brewed coffee and made to order meals make this restaurant a great place to grab breakfast or brunch.
Located on the corner of the Wynwood building in Miami’s Art District, Miam Café boasts a simple and fresh menu. Whether you crave a wholesome breakfast or freshly prepared lunch, this restaurant serves homemade dishes made from the best organic and locally sourced ingredients available. Their motto is, understandably, ‘simple, fresh, and natural.’ Their name, Miam, is the French equivalent to ‘yum’, used to express pleasure at eating or at the prospect of eating a particular food. After dining here, ‘miam’ is the only thing you’ll want to say.
This restaurant serves breakfast like you never had it before. They are experts at adding a taste of Jamaica to every meal, from their eggs to their breakfast sandwiches. Whether you love Jamaican food or are testing the waters, you should make it your mission to try Palatino’s unique meals including their island style breakfast, Jamaican porridge, and fried dumpling with callaloo. Come and enjoy their budget-friendly meals with friends and family.