Miami Spice

Miami Spice 2018: Five New Restaurants for Brunch

Corsair brunch items
Corsair brunch items Courtesy of Corsair
click to enlarge Corsair brunch items - COURTESY OF CORSAIR
Corsair brunch items
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Miami Spice returns next week, Wednesday, August 1. For two months, indulge in prix fixes ($23 for lunch and brunch and $39 for dinner) at more than 240 restaurants across town.

For the second year, Spice offers brunch menus at select restaurants, including Essensia, Fooq's, and Peacock Garden Bistro. Participating spots will serve three-course meals Saturdays and/or Sundays for $23 (tax, tip, and beverages not included). Here are five new restaurants offering Spice brunch this year.
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Sette Osteria. In addition to offering a three-course menu, this Wynwood newcomer throws in a complimentary cocktail as well. Sip a mimosa, a bellini, or apple cider while dining on eggs Benedict; a brunch flatbread topped with sausage, artichokes, mushrooms, and a baked egg; French toast; and Nutella flatbread drizzled with caramel sauce. 2103 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-576-8282; Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday.
click to enlarge Sweet corn spoon bread loaded with buttermilk cream, scallions, and butter-poached lobster. - COURTESY OF STILTSVILLE
Sweet corn spoon bread loaded with buttermilk cream, scallions, and butter-poached lobster.
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Stiltsville Fish Bar. Top Chef couple Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis are behind a nautical-inspired Miami Spice brunch, available Saturday and Sunday. Featured items include a sour orange and snapper ceviche with chilled watermelon; sweet corn spoon bread with buttermilk cream and scallions; smoked fish dip made with cherrywood-smoked local catch, house pickles, and thyme; a bacon eggs Benedict drizzled with bayou hollandaise; and the restaurant's signature surf 'n' turf burger stuffed with butter-poached lobster, grilled beef, black garlic, arugula, and horseradish r√©moulade. For dessert, choose from gluten-free sticky lemon cake, coconut key lime pie, lychee panna cotta, and warm chocolate cobbler. 1787 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach; 786-353-0477; Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday.
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