Best Brunch Spots In Miami, Florida

By Parker Diakite


One thing to love about Miami, other than its beautiful beaches and near-perfect weather, is the influence of so many cultures that have helped give the city so much flavor.

Most of that diverse flavor can be found in Miami’s restaurants, especially during brunch hours.

Here’s a list of some of the best places for brunch in Miami:

Chef Creole

Born in the Bahamas to Haitian parents, Chef Ken Sejour and the late Jude Pierre created Creole cuisine for everyone to enjoy. There are six locations throughout South Florida, and while there’s not a designated brunch menu, the restaurant opens at 11 a.m.

Popular dishes on the menu include oxtails, red beans and rice, and its shrimp oxtail.

Instagram | @chefcreolemia


Jackson Soul Food

Jackson Soul Food offers two locations where local, national, and international visitors flock to indulge in traditional soul food.

The menu includes salmon croquettes, boiled fish and grits on the weekend, and traditional breakfast favorites. 

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Sunday Brunch at Swirl Bistro

With its fusion of Caribbean, European and American cuisines, Swirl Bistro lives up to its name. Visitors have so much to choose from, but Swirl Bistro is the only place in Miami where you will find Oxtail Ravioli, according to restaurant staff.

Uber Wings

With the goal of serving their community all-natural chicken and fresh food, Uber Wings is a small business started by husband and wife Kristy and Rasheed Ibraheem.

The PB&J wings and waffle burger some of the most popular dishes among visitors. Uber Wings also has options for vegan and vegetarian consumers, including scrambled tofu.

Instagram | @uberwings


World Famous House Of Mac

World Famous House of Mac is known for its spin on traditional cuisine. Here is where you will find jerk salmon pasta, fried chicken and pumpkin spice waffles, and of course, his signature World Famous Mac & Cheese.

Instagram | @worldfamoushouseofmac

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