Food & Drink

Best Weekend Brunches

July 26, 2013 8:01 AM

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(Source: La Palme D'Or)

(Source: La Palme D’Or)

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Nothing starts off a lazy Sunday better than a savory brunch. These meals are sure to get your day going whether or not you got out of bed on the right foot. If your weekend is in need of some flavor, these buffet and a la carte brunches are sure to provide it.

Biltmore Hotel

1200 Anastasia Avenue
Coral Gables, FL
(305) 445-8066
http://www.biltmorehotel.com/dining/brunch.php

Famed for its decadent Sunday champagne brunch, the Biltmore in Coral Gables does not fail to impress. This delicious brunch is served buffet style in one of the hotel’s outdoor courtyards. With several different stations offering everything from pancakes to steak to desserts, there is no way you will leave unsatisfied. At $75 per person, this is the kind of place you go to for a special occasion. Reservations are strongly recommended.

Buena Vista Bistro

4582 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL
(305) 456-5909
http://www.buenavistabistro.com

This locally owned restaurant in Wynwood is a hidden gem. Patrons rave about the hearty French toast which is to die for. Their menu rotates frequently so you never know what surprises you may find. This cozy spot is a great place to grab a delicious and affordable meal with friends or a date.

Nikki Beach

1 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL
(305) 538-1111
http://www.nikkibeachmiami.com

Nikki Beach has been a South Beach staple for years. Its buffet style brunch is a more affordable version of the Biltmores, at about $40 per person, but provides just as many options. Tempt your taste buds at the many stations, including waffles, sushi and desserts. Aside from a great meal, the beach front view makes for a relaxing atmosphere.

Steak 954

401 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL
(954) 414-8333
http://www.steak954.com

With something for every taste, the brunch at Steak 954 is just the way to get your day going. They serve sweet favorites like vanilla French toast with dulce de leche, and also savory dishes like their chimichurri skirt steak with yuka fries. Plus, if you’re the kind of person that likes some atmosphere, the restaurants chic décor, complete with a black lighted jellyfish tank is sure to do the trick.

Azur

425 Grinnell Street
Key West, FL
(305) 292-2987
http://www.azurkeywest.com

If a weekend getaway to the Keys is in your plans, be sure to check out Azur in Key West. If the scenic views and blue waters aren’t enough to draw you out, Azur’s key lime pie filled French toast might just do the trick. Aside from this creative take on French toast, they offer dishes like mouth-watering frittatas and benedicts. This locals’ spot is sure to get you away from the work-week hubbub.

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