In the past five years, Wynwood has become one of Miami's leading restaurant destinations. From upscale sit-down experiences and outdoor
Luckily, many Wynwood restaurants open their doors early on the weekends to serve eggs, pancakes, and bottomless cocktails. If you're looking for a place to brunch there this weekend, here are the five best options.
1. R House. The Wynwood restaurant's popular Sunday drag brunch recently extended to Saturday as well. On both days, savor unlimited small plates brought to your table and continually replenished, as well as a choice of hearty entrées, including cinnamon French toast and truffled skirt steak and eggs. While you dine, watch live drag performances every 15 minutes. Seatings at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday at R House, 2727 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-576-0201; rhousewynwood.com. Brunch packages start at $40.
2. Three. Norman Van Aken's restaurant inside the Wynwood Arcade, Three, features a recently launched Sunday jazz brunch. Here, sip a classic cocktail and munch on savory bites such as
3. Kyu. The Asian-inspired eatery, showcasing a wood-fired grill, opens at 11 a.m. each Sunday, its earliest start time all week. In addition to the full lunch menu, there's a lineup of "
4. Beaker & Gray. During Beaker & Gray's brunch, America's favorite meal is revamped into crave-worthy, photogenic bites. Many of the plates, though not overly large, are rich in taste. Standouts include the cheeseburger hash, smothered in a light ají
5. Morgans Restaurant. Not much has changed since Morgans Restaurant opened nearly a decade ago, whipping up gooey grilled cheese sandwiches and sweet hotcakes. Over time, the neighborhood staple has become a mecca for anyone craving a breakfast-lunch fusion. Today the restaurant serves brunch all day seven days a week. Highlights include the Benedict burger, where a thick patty is topped with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce, along with a choice of ham or spinach; the brioche French toast, sprinkled with powdered sugar and drizzled with maple syrup; and raspberry flat cakes, pancakes, and waffles, which can be served with chicken, berries and cream, banana slices and caramel, or ice cream. Plates average $10 to $20. 28 NE 29th St., Miami; 305-573-9678; themorgansrestaurant.com. Open 8 a.m. daily.
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