We’re always up for a good brunch: It’s always nice to unwind with good food, good drinks and good company before the work week restarts. That’s why you should consider Cecconi’s for your next weekend feast. At $65, the lavish brunch is a steal. You can spend twice as much elsewhere and get half the food — no thanks.
Are you currently on a diet? Your next cheat day should include B Bistro + Bakery’s weekend brunch. Every Sunday (and on certain holidays), the beloved Brickell establishment serves a brunch that’s to die for. The majority of the items skew on the heavy side, so be prepared to roll out of here — but with a smile on your face the whole time.
It’s no secret we love brunch, and Tacology’s new brunch offerings have us head over heels. The Mexican restaurant inside Brickell City Centre recently launched its Sunday service, and by the looks of the crowds, it’s already a hit. We’re not surprised.
Brunch buffets are always fun, and the new Royal Brunch at Point Royal is no exception. From 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays, guests can enjoy a wide range of brunch favorites for just $45. That’s a steal, especially for a restaurant with such star power — Geoffrey Zakarian — behind it. As you’ll soon see, Point Royal just made Sundays a lot more fun.
Our love for No Name Chinese needs no introduction. We’ve sung its many praises for dinner service, and that high praise now extends to brunch. The South Miami eatery is giving diners many tasty reasons to visit on weekends, all thanks to Executive Chef Pablo Zitzmann and his talented team.
This isn’t your basic brunch. No Name Chinese’s brunch is a production — one that leaves you in awe from start to finish. It’s no wonder No Name Chinese is one of the best restaurants in South Miami.