Corsair has served breakfast since it opened in 2014, so it's about time it offered weekend brunch. Embracing tradition, the meal — titled "The 52" — strives to stay relevant all 52 weeks of the year regardless of seasons or trends. Through classic brunch plates, such as French toast and eggs Benedict, Corsair adds a refreshing touch to age-old signatures.
Every Saturday and Sunday, the restaurant offers seven dishes, including eggs Benedict, French toast, skillets, mac 'n' cheese, egg sandwiches, salads, and açaí bowls. From week to week, each dish will feature a creative spin, making it possible to have a different brunch at Corsair multiple times throughout the year.
Depending upon when you dine, expect a plate of doughy French toast encrusted with Cap'n Crunch cereal; eggs Benedict layered with tender short rib; and an açaí bowl loaded with banana slices, orange wedges, and cashews.
During the meal, there's also a kitchen counter buffet offering an assortment of breakfast and lunch plates such as waffles, omelets, shrimp, crab claws, and a variety of bite-size desserts.
Brunch includes bottomless mimosas and a do-it-youself bloody mary bar with 52 ingredients to mix and match, including thick-cut bacon, jumbo shrimp, plantain chips, hot sauce, and various vodkas.
As you nosh, enjoy live entertainment and retro games. Sip a bloody mary while playing foosball, table tennis, or cornhole. Additional activities for kids are available too, including face painting and balloons.
Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $45 per person, which includes bottomless mimosas. The 52-ingredient bloody mary bar is available for an additional $8. Valet is complimentary for restaurant guests. For reservations, call 786-279-6800.
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