Spuntino Bakery's $3 French Toast Breakfast In Downtown Miami

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Spuntino is the bakery and catering arm of a restaurant group that includes Spris on Lincoln Road, and Mai Tardi in the Design District.

They also run a breakfast and lunch joint at 1112 North Miami Ave.

Their hours fluctuate, but expect closed doors by around 3 p.m.

A four slice, butter, sugar, syruped French toast plate and a coffee costs 4 bucks.

Spuntino's physical bakery is located a few miles north of the cafe. The chef on duty told us the bread used is called "french toast bread."

Spuntino Bakery & Cafe
1112 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33136
(786) 425-1116


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