Top 5 Miami Beach Brunches

1. Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

237-B 20TH Street.

Wake up at 2:00pm after a long night and think you’re too late to make brunch? Don’t worry! Sweet Liberty offers their home made cocktails, football, coffee and a brand new brunch menu every Sunday from 12 pm till 5 pm. Dine on dishes like Stuffed French Toast, Chilaquiles, Smoked Duck Benny, while sipping on your unlimited glasses of Rose.    

2. Commonwealth

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1216 Washington Ave.

The kitchen presents a contemporary twist on American fare through global food influences by premier rising chef, Daniel Roy. His philosophy of offering only the finest and freshest farm-to-table ingredients with a spirit-friendly tasting menu will have your taste-buds exploding with delight. Chef Roy’s selection and most popular item on the menu is their Commonwealth Burger, topped off with bentons bacon marmalade, tickler cheese and a farm egg cooked your way. This burger is to die for and the only reason you need to make your way over to their Sunday brunch and cure your hangover.      

3. Bakehouse Brasserie

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808 1st St, Miami Beach.

Bakehouse Brasserie loves brunch so much it serves it daily, with items like stuffed Croissant French Toast, house-made Gravlax Benedict, Crawfish beignets and duck confit pastelitos. Weekend brunch offers Live Jazz Music along with special priced bottles of champagne.      

4. NaiYaRa

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1854 Bay Rd.

Sunset Harbour favorite NaiYaRa is getting into the brunch game offering a new Thai-inspired Sunday brunch featuring dishes like a traditional Thai fried egg salad, Korean Steak & Eggs; Banh Mi Sandwiches, and Rottii served with coffee. Sunday brunch available from noon to 3 p.m.

5. Macchialina

820 Alton Rd.

Though Macchialina has an outstanding brunch every Sunday, the restaurant's monthly Italian dim sum brunch is a must-do. Not only is there bottomless booze for $20, as well as an à la carte menu, but also rolling carts full of specialty items rolling around the dining room. On them are minuscule bowls stacked with executive chef/owner Michael Pirolo’s myriad creations, including menu items like arancini and creamy polenta, along with off-menu delights such as à la minute risotto, gnocchi Bolognese, squid ink raviolini stuffed with mortadella, and whatever else he is feelin’ that day. For plates ranging from $3 to $6, it’s not only the most inexpensive place to brunch but it’s extremely delicious and a fun way to start off your Sunday.