Miami’s Top Five Hangover Breakfasts for Post-Ultra Mornings
Under the Mango Tree's açaí bowls are a healthy way to detox after a long night out.
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After spending a full day in a chaotic crowd under the hot sun as EDM blasts through monumental speakers, post-Ultra Music Festival mornings can be tough. There are two options when it comes to a culinary cure: Detox with light, clean fare and fresh-pressed juices, or go for all things cheesy, greasy, and deep-fried. From diners to a bagel shop to an organic eatery, these restaurants offer the best recovery meals. So when Miami’s party scene gives you a night to remember – or not – the restaurant scene is there to take the edge off the next day.
The comfort food at S&S can cure even the nastiest of hangovers.
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5. S&S Diner
Miami’s oldest diner serves all the curing food favorites that are worth getting out of bed for. A recovery breakfast is no time for calorie counting, so order a big ol' omelet and the signature oversize pancakes. S&S is an especially solid choice after nights of excessive spending, because the menu is filled with combo deals like biscuits, eggs, and gravy for $7.95 and French toast and eggs with potatoes or grits for $8.95. Of course, there’s also the trusty egg sandwich ($4.25), a guaranteed postparty pick-me-up.
Blue Collar's breakfast, including the pork and beans, can ease those morning-after blues.
4. Blue Collar
Looking to nurse a hangover with a bit more dignity? After a long night out, Blue Collar has the comfort food you crave in a cozy, charming atmosphere. It serves traditional breakfast items with a modern twist; lemon ricotta pancakes ($17) and the Duck “McMuffin” ($19) are just two of the menu’s playful and satisfying dishes. Or skip the breakfast options and go for the Mac ($16), because there’s really nothing that four flavorful cheeses melted with bacon can’t fix.
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