Brunch

Seaspice Launches a Bottomless Whispering Angel Rosé Brunch

The new brunch menu at Seaspice includes a  power waffle with quinoa and flaxseed.
The new brunch menu at Seaspice includes a power waffle with quinoa and flaxseed. Courtesy of Seaspice
Seaspice's weekend brunch has been revamped with new dishes and a bottomless Whispering Angel rosé option for $35 per person.

Reflecting chef Angel Leon's globally inspired and seafood-focused menu, brunch is served in the indoor areas, including the warehouse-style dining room, and in the courtyard outdoor patio, where guests can dine seated on plush couches beside the Miami River.

Options include baked egg casserole with potato, leek, parmesan toast, and black truffle ($27) and truffle parmesan tagliatelle with poached organic egg ($25).

Other indulgent offerings are the Seaspice lobster Benedict with potato hash, green onion, shaved asparagus, and chive hollandaise ($29);  Faroe Islands salmon gravlax with organic egg, lemon creme fruit, buckwheat pancake, and mustard musseline ($25); and Maryland blue crabcakes served with Dijon mustard and Nappa cabbage slaw ($36). Caviar can be added to many dishes for an upcharge.
On the sweet side, there's a power waffle with quinoa, flaxseed, banana brûlée, walnuts, strawberry yogurt, and maple ($16).


Executive pastry chef Jill Martinez-Montinola's dessert menu offers options like lemon mousse with key lime curd, graham drums, and raspberry ($12).

In addition to the bottomless rosé option, plates can be paired with tea and coffee selections; champagne, white, red, and dessert wines; or handcrafted cocktails. Seaspice also offers an extensive cigar menu.

If you love to brunch, check out New Times' Out to Brunch. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at Jungle Plaza. 3801 NE First Ave., Miami; newtimesouttobrunch.com. Tickets cost $40 to $60 at ticketfly.com.

Seaspice. 422 NW North River Dr., Miami; 305-440-4200; seaspicemiami.com. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.
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