Another New Year's Eve is over, and all you have to show for it is a dull, throbbing pain in your skull and a wallet devoid of cash. Sure, the night, fueled by champagne and dancing, was great, but what you really need right now is a gallon of coffee and some Advil. And brunch.
Brunch is the cure-all for everything that ails you. Eggs, pancakes, and bloody marys with friends ring in the new year and soothe the soul — and churning stomach.
Luckily, Miami's best chefs have forgone the New Year's partying to cater to your waffle-and-Benedict needs.
Apeiro Kitchen & Bar
This midtown spot is serving brunch all day to cure your hangover. Enjoy a classic eggs Benedict with maple-cured Canadian bacon and hollandaise sauce ($9); Nutella and caramelized banana crepes ($10); steak and eggs with crispy potatoes ($14); truffled scrambled eggs with a toasted bagel ($9); Moroccan spiced lamb ribs ($16); a trio of hummus, eggplant caponata, and pistachio yogurt with house-baked pita ($14); or make-your-own omelet (starting at $10). Add unlimited champagne or mimosas for $19.
Stephen Starr's take on a midcentury diner offers brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Savory options include huevos rancheros ($16), salmon and eggs Benedict ($19), and avocado toast with poached eggs ($14). If you have a hankering for something sweeter, try the brioche French toast with seasonal fruit compote ($16) or the
Michael Schwartz's Design District tavern is offering its Saturday and Sunday brunch this Friday as well. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., enjoy à la carte items such as a lobster omelet ($15), steak-
Edge Steak & Bar
New Year's Day starts swanky at Edge Steak & Bar's brunch. Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., enjoy traditional brunch favorites, chef stations, oysters, a special caviar presentation by Caviar Russe, and lots and lots of desserts. Brunch cost $120 for adults and $35 for kids ages 5 to 12 (tax and gratuity not included).
The Federal Food Drink & Provisions
Enjoy the Federal's boozy brunch Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with whimsical items like green eggs 'n' ham ($12); wings ‘n' waffle ($20), with pork "wings," cornmeal waffle, pickled radish, and house-made "hot" honey; cookies-and-cream French toast ($15), with crunch chocolate crumbles, salted caramel, and maple whipped cream; and jar o' duck ($12), confit duck rillettes with charred fluff, candied sweet potato, and crusty bread. Bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, bellinis, and other libations cost $19.
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Izzy's Fish & Oyster
Jamie DeRosa's special New Year's Day brunch menu is a "shellabration", according to the chef/owner. The Perrier - Jouet hosted morning after brunch is served on Friday, January 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features bottomless amounts of the champagne for $25 and $8 Panther Coffee nitro cold brew on tap. The a la carte menu includes caviar and oysters, king crab legs, oyster ranchero with tortillas, and more. $10 valet is offered all day and brunch is also served Saturday and Sunday.
La Mar by Gastón Acurio
La Mar's Sunday brunch is served New Year's Day, featuring Peruvian specialties like