Brunch

Sundays at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails: Brunch, Beats, and Bottomless Rosé

Comfort food, booze, and a Miami-style pool party are how Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails spends Sundays. Its newly launched Waves and Rosé brunch offers a sweet-meets-savory menu paired with an outdoor club-like atmosphere. Though it might not be the best place to nurse a Saturday-night hangover, the SBE hotel eatery gives the Sunday activity a new meaning. 

The restaurant, located at 111 S. Surf Rd. in Hallandale Beach, is situated on the second floor deck overlooking the beach. Diners have the option of sitting inside or spending the meal outdoors with beach-goers and partiers near the DJ booth. YSL is the resident DJ, who performs during brunch every weekend. 

The menu offers individual and shared plates, a variety of sides, and an extensive raw bar. Everything is served à la carte, priced from $10 to $35. 

For those treating brunch as a pregame to the hotel's Sunday-afternoon party, elect one of the menu's lighter options. Three eggs and bacon, served with a grilled tomato and potato; and a smoke salmon plate, with grilled asparagus, onions, capers, and whipped herb cream cheese, are both on the menu. A Mediterranean salad, made with cucumber, tomato, feta, Kalamata olives, and oregano and drizzled with red wine vinaigrette; and a tomato burrata salad, with Niçoise olives, basil pesto, arugula, and Persian cucumber, are offered too.

Diners craving something sweet should consider the very berry French toast. It's made with brioche bread and macerated berries and is served with a side of fresh maple syrup. Pumpkin bread with maple butter; blueberry pancakes with warm syrup; and banana Nutella waffles can be ordered too.

Fuse breakfast and lunch by ordering one of the eatery's signature plates. The menu includes a hangover burger, with chipotle sauce, bacon, a fried egg, and tomatillo sauce; fried chicken 'n' waffles, served with maple syrup and tabasco sauce; and green eggs and ham, featuring sautéed spinach, a poached egg, and green hollandaise.

Wasabi tuna tartare, ceviches, oysters, Peruvian scallops, lobster, and shrimp are available at Hyde's raw bar. Pair any of the brunch plates with bottomless Whispering Angel rosé for an extra $30. The eatery's full bar menu, including wines, spirits, and beer, is available too. 

Once you finish, take a quick detour to the beach a few steps from the restaurant, or spend the afternoon with YSL. It's the last day of the weekend — make it count.

Brunch is offered every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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