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Update: In light of the continuing developments of the COVID-19 virus and the announcement fro the Mayor of Miami-Dade County extending the social distancing guidelines, Miami New Times has decided to postpone Out to Brunch to November 14. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored for the rescheduled date.

On Saturday, November 14, New Times' Out to Brunch will offer an all-star lineup of Miami's best eateries.

Enjoy unlimited brunch items and complimentary sponsored beer and cocktails while you listen to live music courtesy of Revolution 93.5 and local multi-instrumentalist Brendan O'Hara. Themed rooms will pay tribute to favorites brunch beverages champagne, rosé, and the bloody mary.

Here's the stellar list of participating restaurants:

  • Bacon Bitch
  • Billy G Catering
  • Calle 23
  • Ceviche Arte
  • Cao Bakery
  • Copper 29
  • Corsair Kitchen & Bar
  • Crema Gourmet
  • El Gallito Pinto
  • Honeybee Doughnuts
  • Jealous Fork
  • King of Racks BBQ
  • Milky Ways Cereal Bar
  • Mimo's
  • Palat
  • Planta South Beach
  • Pub 52
  • Rusty Pelican
  • San Bernardo Ice Cream
  • Sette Osteria
  • Shokudo
  • Solo Mia
  • Sukis Seafood & Grill
  • Sweet Melody Ice Cream
  • Tanuki
  • Vicky Bakery
  • Yumbrella

General-admission tickets cost $50 and include entry to the event at 1 p.m., unlimited food samples from South Florida’s hottest brunch spots, music, entertainment, and sponsored beer and brunch cocktails. VIP tickets cost $60 and include entry at noon, unlimited brunch samples and brunch cocktails from sponsor bars, a commemorative gift, and an exclusive lounge area and entertainment.

To purchase tickets for this 21-and-over event, visit newtimesouttobrunch.com.

New Times' Out to Brunch. Saturday, November 14; newtimesouttobrunch.com. Tickets cost $50 to $60.

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