Best of Miami 2016 Preview: Best Brunch Buffet

Hey, Miami, the wait is almost over!

Next week, our 2016 Best of Miami issue hits the stands, and it could win an Olympic gold medal for awesomeness — if, of course, there were such a thing.

In it, you'll find more than 400 picks for the Magic City's greatest restaurants, bars, clubs, people, and places, as well as the winners of our Readers' Poll, which garnered thousands of votes online. The issue hits stands next Thursday and the web next Tuesday, but in the meantime, we're previewing a few select winners, so enjoy a little taste of things to come with our Best Brunch Buffet winner.

Best Brunch Buffet: Prime Fish

Prime Fish opened its doors more than two years ago, but it took more than a year and a half for its famed "Nemo brunch" to emerge. Nemo, the Asian-influenced seafood eatery by restaurateur Myles Chefetz, closed in 2010, and its popular brunch went with it. After a handful of years with die-hard brunchgoers wondering when it would return, the worm turned. If you're unfamiliar with what makes the weekend meal at this spot so special, think a full-service buffet serving both breakfast and lunch dishes, an entrée selection, and bottomless booze, all for $49. The buffet cold salads, freshly baked breads, meats, cheeses, and sweets. Eggs Benedict, omelets, frittatas, and raw bar selections (for an added price) are available on the á la carte menu. And that's not all. There's still a chunk of the buffet left to explore: dessert. Indulge in a medley of rotating sweets, including, but not limited to, chocolate Oreo squares, almond-caramel apple bars, homemade s'mores, chocolate coffee cake, and the signature chocolate and peanut butter bite topped with a Reese's peanut butter cup.

Best of Miami 2016: A full list of the 2016 winners will be announced Tuesday, June 14, and the complete issue will be available on newsstands Thursday, June 16. Celebrate with us at the Best of Miami Launch Party at the Rusty Pelican next Thursday, June 16. Tickets cost $45. Visit microapp.miaminewtimes.com/bestofparty/2016

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