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This new brunch deal is worth driving to South Beach to try

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One of the best things about being an adult is the freedom to day drink. It’s one we try to exercise weekly, usually at a bottomless brunch in Miami, where mimosas flow as freely as the condensed-milk syrup covering our favorite Cap’n Crunch pancakes. So when new places to go swig bubbles before noon open or fresh deals at existing spots spring up, we’re the first ones in line to try them—even if it happens to be one we know very well. 

This month, Time Out Market Miami launches a bottomless brunch that’s so good this writer is willing to drive to South Beach on her day off to enjoy. Truly, it’s a testament to the special even if technically it’s my Uber driver doing the actual driving. But I digress.

Bottomless brunch at Time Out Market is $22 (plus tax and gratuity) and happens every Sunday from 11am to 3pm. And unlike other boozy brunches, this one has no time limit. You show up, flash your ID that proves you’re of legal drinking age and get a wristband to wear throughout your meal. Once you’re strapped, you can walk up to the bar at any time and request your choice of mimosa, Bellini or glass of prosecco.

Change your mind mid-meal? Swap your drink for any of the three. The means you can pair your savory course (we’re fans of Leña’s wood-grilled mushrooms topped with a farm fried egg) and your sweet course (go for the aforementioned pancakes or try one of Bachour’s flaky red-velvet croissants), plus whatever snacks you’re likely to order and share with a totally different cocktail every time. 

The other thing adults like besides day drinking? Options. And with 18 eateries plus three drinks to choose from at brunch, few places gives you more choices than Time Out Market.    

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