While many travelers come to Miami for the sandy, palm tree–lined beaches and warm, salty air, they stay for the food and drink. To get the best of both, we recommend dining at one of the city’s scenic hotel restaurants for weekend brunch. Kick back and enjoy cool cocktails and tasty bites. These brunch spots know how to do Sunday Funday right!
On Sundays, beginning at 11:30 a.m., guests and locals are invited to partake in Nautilus and Nautilus Cabana Club’s Rosé Sundays brunch. Located at the hotel’s poolside restaurant, Rosé Sundays features live Cuban music, a sumptuous buffet spread, and, as the name suggests, unlimited La Villa Barton Rosé.
For a filling, but healthy, brunch that won’t weigh you down before an afternoon swim, head to The Lido Bayside Grill at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach’s Mediterranean-inspired outdoor eatery. Meal options range from traditional brunch staples like omelets and huevos rancheros to veggie-filled lasagna with cashew cheese. While there’s no bottomless drink deal, you’re going to want to have more than one mimosa.
The Restaurant at The Raleigh hotel serves up Modern American classics and fresh seafood dishes during its Sunday brunch on the flora-filled terrace, pool deck, and adjacent indoor dining room. Conceived by chef Josh Elliot, the menu includes a Wagyu burger, lobster and crab ceviche, strawberry pancakes, and bottomless mimosa and Bloody Marys.
660 Angler’s, a quaint neighborhood hideaway in South Beach, serves brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays. For those who prefer traditional American cuisine paired with adventurous wines and craft cocktails, 660 is for you. And yes, there is an unlimited mimosa option.
EDGE Steak & Bar goes all out for its weekly Sunday brunch, which boasts a mouth-watering buffet that includes a raw bar, charcuterie station, taco shack, and a full grill-to-order barbecue out on the terrace. Its booze deal includes unlimited mimosas, select cocktails, sparkling wine, and draft beer.
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