Guide to Labor Day brunch in Miami
Florida seafood lovers, you might want to stop by Stiltsville on Monday. The restaurant is extending brunch for the three-day weekend. And we’re already trying to decide between the pork belly bacon and sweet corn pancakes or the bay leaf and citrus crusted fried chicken. (Pro-tip: bring a friend and just order both.) Sat–Mon 11:30am–4pm.
Enjoy Labor Day with an indulgent brunch at the Grove hotspot Glass & Vine. The weekend brunch is thankfully being offered Monday morning, which means you can toast the day off with mimosas and a crab cake Benedict, the way your Labor Day forefathers would have wanted it. Mon 11am–3:30pm.
Tap 42 (all South Florida locations) will be putting on its best brunch face Monday. This gastropub is the place to go if your perfect brunch is long, bottomless and hearty. Your bottomless drink options are between mimosas, bloody Marys and local beer. Your butt will be numb by the time you leave. We guarantee it. Mon 11am–3pm.
Looking to live large? Lightkeepers at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne is planning to beef up its brunch on Sunday. At $95 per person, this ain’t a bargain. But the views and intimidatingly long buffet will have you smiling wide. Sun 12:30pm–3pm.
Lovers of juicy beef smushed in between fluffy buns: we have good news. ROK:BRGR is offering $10 burgers all damn day on Monday. Order one or two or three. You have time to sleep it off before work. Mon 11:30am–11pm.
Miami’s bougie know about the rager of a brunch party at Seaspice, featuring a dedicated champagne menu, flute specials and deals on champagne parades (which is pretty much as fun as it sounds). A DJ spins all afternoon while you drink and nibble your way through truffle-heavy dishes and you just might see a celeb or two. Sat, Sun noon–3:30pm.