Early this past summer, the 15-year-old Washington, D.C.,-based Italian restaurant Sette Osteria made its way to Miami, opening a large location in Wynwood. With it came a new Saturday and Sunday brunch, complete with $15 bottomless beverages, Nutella flatbreads, and egg and bacon burgers.
At the helm, Italian-born corporate chef Nicola Sanna offer elevated interpretations of classic Italian recipes, along with a selection of tried-and-true brunch plates ($12 to $17). When it comes to the bar, the restaurant puts a two-hour limit on its bottomless option. Compared to restaurants that offer bottomless cocktails for $30 or more, Sette Osteria's remains one of Wynwood's less expensive options. As for choices, there are mimosas, bellinis, and spiked apple cider with sparkling wine. Ordered individually, each cocktail rings in at $5.
On the menu, find four different sections: chef's favorites, eggs,
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Otherwise, look out for the breakfast sliders with poached eggs, bacon, and hollandaise sauce; the crab cake eggs Benedict; and sweet plates like the waffles, pancakes, and French toast.
"Wynwood is full of young professionals and visitors who yearn for delicious food," Iraklis Karabassis, founder of IK Retail Group, which owns the small restaurant chain, told New Times. "I want our guests to feel comfortable while appreciating our chefs' dishes."
The restaurant serves brunch inside its intimate indoor dining space with a bar and an open kitchen, as well as on its patio. Sette Osteria joins a handful of other Wynwood restaurants that serve brunch, including Norman Van Aken's Three, R House, Kyu, Beaker & Gray, and Morgans.
Sette Osteria. 2103 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-576-8282; setteosteria.com/wynwood. Brunch is served Saturday and