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New Year's Day Brunches in Miami 2015

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Here's the scenario. You wake up New Year's Day sometime in the late morning after a long, fun evening of champagne, fireworks, and dancing.

You pop a few Tylenol to kill the dull throbbing of your hangover, but what you really need more than painkillers are eggs... and pancakes... and a few (or three) bloody marys. You need brunch!

Luckily, a number of restaurants are primed to cater to your needs with plenty of waffles, omelets, and mimosas.

See also: New Year's Eve Dinners in Miami 2014

15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar

Hair of the Dog brunch served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. features blueberry lemon pancakes; grilled flatbread topped with braised bacon, apple, and spiced pumpkin; ropa vieja panini; the Viceroy burger; salmon a la plancha; and Key West shrimp tacos. Unlimited mimosas or bloody marys are available for $15 each.

Batch Gastropub

New Year's Day brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes items such as country-fried chicken 'n' waffles -- with maple butter, powdered sugar, and sticky honey chicken served on a Belgian waffle -- and drunken French toast, topped with Madagascar vanilla bean, sweet rum, maple syrup, and bacon.

Eating House

A seven-course brunch for $45 per person features carbonara hash browns with black truffle and parmigiano; pan con lechón with pork belly and guava; General Tso's chicken and waffles with maple-soy and scallion; and mini Cap'n Crunch pancakes. Add a pitcher of Tang mimosa for $20.15. You must purchase tickets in advance by calling 305-448-6524.

Edge Steak & Bar

New Year's Day brunch buffet is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and incudes create-your-own tacos, barbecue grilling stations, freshly shucked oysters, and an elaborate dessert presentation. Brunch is priced from $32 to $110 per person. Call 305-358-3535 for reservations.

The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions

New Year's Day brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and features Federal favorites such as wings 'n' waffle ($19), jar o' duck ($12), and biskit 'n' gravy ($12). Get bottomless mimosas for $19.

Khong River House

Brunch from noon to 4 p.m. at Khong and enjoy a Thai street omelet with lemongrass-cured salmon ($16) or a hangover burger topped with a sunny-side-up egg ($15).

Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove

The New Year's Day Recovery Breakfast Buffet is served at the resort's Bizcaya restaurant from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and features chef-attended stations with omelets and crepes and a station serving unlimited bloody marys and prosecco. Cost is $49 for adults and $25 for kids 5 to 12, plus tax and gratuity. Complimentary valet parking is available.

Swine Southern Table & Bar

Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy brisket and eggs ($28), pulled pork and eggs ($16), and a warm sticky icky bun with candied bacon ($10).

Tongue & Cheek

New Year's Day brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (brunch is also served Friday, January 2, for lucky ducks who have an extended holiday). In addition to the Cheek's regular brunch menu, expect specials such as lobster Benedict with American caviar and truffle scrambled eggs. Bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and bloodys for $25 complete the meal.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with favorites like '77 Elvis pancakes ($16), shrimp 'n' grits ($28), BLT Benedict cast-iron casserole ($16), and chicken 'n' watermelon 'n' waffles ($36).

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