Best bottomless brunches in Miami
Lobster Bar Sea Grille’s brunch menu casts a wide net. There’s its three-course, $49 offering that lets you pick from choices like Belgian waffles and lobster morsels (chicken and waffles’ bougie cousin) and chargrilled octopus, plus dessert and the option to keep the mimosas flowing for an extra $15. Skip the prix-fixe in favor of á la carte and score bottomless drinks for an extra $28.
The deal: Sun 11:30am–3:30pm; unlimited brunch cocktails $15 with $49 prix-fixe menu, $28 with the purchase of a á la carte entrée.
When your brunch plans center around getting drinking, Tap 42 is where you want to book. Reserve a table (they fill up quickly on weekends) and settle in for four hours of unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys and Funky Buddha Floridian beer. You can technically make this a liquid brunch, as the purchase of an entrée isn’t required to get the deal on drinks. Fortunately, there’s more than one burger on the menu and an aptly named hangover sandwich to ensure you don’t.
The deal: Sat, Sun 11am–3pm; $15 unlimited drinks.
The fabulous Athena Dion hosts R House’s legendary drag brunch, where your scrambled eggs and mimosa come with a side of spectacular performances. There’s one show on Saturday and two on Sunday, so you’ll want to plan around showtimes before booking a reservation. Once seated, you’ll get to choose from different drink and food packages, though you can’t go wrong with the basic $40 menu, which gives you plenty of food, unlimited mimosas and a view of the gals doing their thing.
The deal: Sat, Sun noon–5pm; starting at $40.
What’s better than the view of the Miami River at Seaspice? An eyeshot of the Downtown skyline while you tuck into lobster Benedict and sip on as many glasses of Whispering Angel as your heart desires. A juicy wagyu burger, meaty Maryland blue crab cakes and the requisite avocado toast (with shrimp!) are also on the brunch menu.
The deal: Sat, Sun noon–3:30pm; $35 unlimited rosé.
What is it? The new bottomless brunch at Time Out Market Miami features unlimited Bellinis, mimosas or prosecco for $22. The special runs every Sunday from 11am–3pm, and there’s no time limit.
Why go? Going for brunch with a large group can be a nightmare, especially if you’re splitting the bill. Avoid the hassle at the Market, where everyone orders and pays for themselves and drinks are refilled at the bar.
Sweet Liberty’s party brunch is one of our all-time favorite Sunday pastimes—in part because we have somewhere to go, or rather stay put, once we’re through eating. Making us linger a little longer are the bottomless mimosas and prosecco. There’s also a whole section of the menu dedicated to pimped-out prosecco: bubbles with fruit juices, herbs and fruit. Luckily, cauliflower nachos, our day-one classic, pairs with all the beverages.
The deal: Sun noon–5pm; $25 bottomless mimosas and prosecco.
You might know it more for its football watch parties than its food, but the Brickell restaurant’s brunch game is strong. The widespread menu covers the classics (pancakes, omelettes) the trendy (avocado toast, chicken and waffles) and the hangover-curing (hashes, burgers). There’s more than one bottomless cocktail option too, including a brandy-based drink and a strawberry spritz.
The deal: Sat 11:30am–4pm; Sun 10am–4pm. $20 unlimited drinks for two hours.
Nosh your way through a three-course tapas menu at Bulla, where brunch dishes run the gamut from Spanish and traditional like pan con tomate to hearty and hangover-staving like the burger. Make it a party with bottomless sangria and mimosas for an extra 18 bucks.
The deal: Sat, Sun noon–4pm; $27 three-course menu, $18 unlimited drinks.
Planta raises the bar on unlimited brunch booze. David Grutman’s glitzy vegan spot in the South of Fifth neighborhood doesn’t do mimosas. Instead, the bottomless drink here is a cold-pressed margarita with Avíon tequila. Feeling the Mexican theme? Get the satisfying vegan queso dip (the cheese is made from root vegetables) to start.
The deal: Sat, Sun 11am–3pm; $35 unlimited margaritas.
Brunch is your affordable alternative at Daniel Boulud’s upscale Mediterranean restaurant—and it includes drinks. The prix-fixe experience features your choice of appetizer, main and dessert plus all the cocktails you can drink within two hours. This being a Boulud establishment, there’s no chance you’re getting a basic mimosa. Pick from gin-based spritzes and refreshing rum-based cocktails like the Old Cuban—a riff on a classic mojito.
The deal: Sun 11am–3pm; $55 three-course menu with cocktails.
The only restaurant in the Prime family that won’t break the bank, especially at brunch. Choose an egg dish for your entrée and make your way to the large buffet for starters, seafood and sweets. Plus, brunch comes with bottomless mimosas, bellinis, prosecco and Bloody Marys too. Were you dining at Prime on a regular night, the $63 price would barely cover tip.
The deal: Sat, Sun 11:30am–3:30pm; $63 with unlimited drinks.