Five New Fall Brunches in Miami to Try This Weekend

Brunch options at Quinto La Huella.EXPAND
Brunch options at Quinto La Huella.
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In Miami, weekends are reserved for bright and bubbly drinks paired with expansive spreads of breads, sweets, meats, and other specialty plates. That's because brunch in the 305 isn't an option — it's a ritual. Nearly every eatery across town — from holes in the wall to five-star hotel restaurants — offers an iteration of the coveted early-afternoon feast.

As cooler temperatures roll in, Miami's transition into fall is marked by a medley of new brunches to try. Forgo air-conditioned meals for alfresco feasts on patios or in courtyards. Don't forget your sunnies, and keep a mimosa in hand at all times. From $19 all-you-can-drink at Taurus Beer & Whiskey House to a peaceful backyard setting at Ariete, here are Miami's five best new brunches to try this autumn.

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5. Nikki Beach
Almost a year ago, Nikki Beach, a South of France-style lounge and eatery, relaunched its indulgent Sunday brunch. A few months ago, the restaurant decided it was time for an upgrade. Rolled ice cream is now available Sundays during Nikki Beach's $49.99 brunch extravaganza. Varieties include vanilla, fresh strawberry, and Oreo cookie. Smother your flavor with a thick drizzle of hot fudge and a scoop of whipped cream and gummy bears. It's the perfect snack to pair with a warm cup of coffee on a sunny but cool Sunday afternoon.

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4. Quinto La Huella
Quinto La Huella opened its doors at the beginning of summer, bringing Uruguayan sensation Parador La Huella's concept to Miami. Nestled inside Brickell City Centre East, the restaurant launched Sunday brunch at the beginning of October, blending Latin favorites with well-known American specialities. The meal features an all-inclusive buffet and an à la carte menu priced at $45 a person, with an additional $25 for unlimited rosé. The serve-yourself spread is a smorgasbord of sweet and savory plates grouped into a handful of stations based on flavor. Aside from the buffet, be sure to try the avocado and chimichurri toast topped with poached eggs ($13), listed on the à la carte menu.

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