Brunch at Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co. is what hangover dreams are made of.
The Miami Beach bar, which debuted Sunday brunch in December 2016, is behind a slate of new plates and a "pimp your prosecco" option, where diners can upgrade their drinks with fruits, "fluffy" juices, and herbs.
Among the new additions, try a bowl of cauliflower nachos made with blended cheese sauce, avocado crema, cilantro, radishes, green chilies, and pomegranate, all served over corn tortilla chips ($19). Then go for an order of homemade biscuits with a side of chicken apple sausage ($6 each).
“Miami people are still getting used to eating brunch at a bar," partner and bartender John Lermayer says. "But it’s exciting for us to offer really honest and delicious brunch food and cocktails."
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Remaining on the menu are fan favorites rsuch as the Ridiculous French Toast, which comes layered with bananas and strawberries, vanilla cream, and a mixed berry compote with fresh mint ($14), as well as the Banging Brunch Burrito, stuffed with scrambled eggs, queso fresco, braised pork, fire-roasted green chilies, refried beans, and salsa roja ($12).
Brunch also includes $25 bottomless rosé and prosecco from noon to 5 p.m. Take it up a notch by sipping rosé spritzes, peach and almond bellinis, strawberry elderflowers, or passionfruit cinnamon bellinis by the glass ($10) or pitcher ($55). Another new cocktail is the Auntie Teresa’s bloody mary, made with Absolut Elyx, tomato sauce, Old Bay seasoning, coriander, and a filthy pickle ($13). If you're wondering where those "fluffy" juices come in, taste them in Sweet Liberty's mimosas and bellinis.
"We peel oranges and put them through a vegetable juicer as opposed to citrus juicer, which makes them come out seemingly fluffy and slightly bitter," Lermayer says.
Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co. 237-B 20th St., Miami Beach; 305-763-8217; mysweetliberty.com. Brunch Sundays noon to 5 p.m.