Time Out Market Miami has officially jumped on the brunch bandwagon, and we’re not complaining one bit. Apart from a bottomless brunch deal that does not play around (that’s $22 for unlimited mimosas, Bellinis and prosecco from 11am to 3pm every Sunday, people!), each of the market’s 19 eateries has something different to offer, so even your pickiest brunch buds will find something that satisfies.
Whether you go for chef Jeremy Ford’s Korean-inspired Kimchi waffles, the crazy fresh brunch bento box from Wabi Sabi or the Cap’n Crunch Pancakes that helped make chef Giorgio Rapicavoli his name, you can rest assured knowing every last calorie on that plate will be worth it (this our curated selection of Miamis best chefs all under the same roof, after all). But let's be real: It’s Sunday, you may or may not be hungover and you’re about to order the first thing that makes that tummy go pitter-patter. Before you do, here are our top picks for every brunch dish you need to try at Time Out Market.
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Best Time Out Market brunch dishes
Offset the many, many rounds of mimosas you’re bound to guzzle down at brunch with this healthy offering from 33 Kitchen. Get the big bowl of health better known at the quinia bowl, replete with wholesome ingredients that include Peruvian corn, greens and a perfectly poached egg to break open and ooze all over the top.
Every one of Antonio Bachour’s jaw-dropping desserts makes a perfectly suitable brunch option, but we’re partial to the croissant. Available in assorted flavors—chocolate, dulce de leche, red velvet—the pastries are the ideal carb to get you through an afternoon of drinking bottomless mimosas.
Bacon, eggs and potatoes get the pizza treatment at Beach Pie during Sunday brunch. The specialty pie features your favorite breakfast ingredients, plus figs and parmesan cheese, all baked together for convenient consumption. If getting the perfect bite every time if your thing, this dish is how you make it happen. $15
Chilaquiles are notorious hangover killers, hence the name of La Gringa’s brunch special. A mound of freshly fried tortilla chips is covered in house-made salsa verde and sprinkled with cotija cheese, shaved radish, pickled onions and sliced avocado. It’s crunchy, spicy and packed with the kinds of spices you’ll need to snap you back to life.
Part cereal and part dessert, these over-the-top pancakes are made with a Cap’n Crunch batter and topped with bits of the sugary treat. They’re crunchy, natch, but also so pillowy and soft you can slice through the stack with a fork. You’ll want to hold the syrup on these because they’re finished off with a decadent condensed milk sauce.
Vietnamese spot Pho Mo teamed up with Miami Smokers for this delicious Asian riff on the classic breakfast sandwich. It features soft bao buns in place of regular bread and is stuffed with cheesy scrambled eggs, Smokers’s grilled bacon, maple syrup, house-made pickles and sriracha aioli for a spicy kick.
A vegan breakfast sandwich (yes, that’s a thing) that tastes so close to the real thing, you might never want to go back to eggs again. It’s made with JUST eggs, a plant-based alternative that, when cooked, rises to the same fluffy consistency of a regular scramble. That’s topped with cheddar “cheese” and stuffed inside an L’artisan croissant. A side of baked potato herb fries round out the tasty dish.
From a protein-filled eggs-and-bacon combo and a classic waffle stack to a more unusual, hangover-curing waffle hash, Kush covers all the brunch bases. Not into breakfast? Skip right onto lunch and savor one of the burger joint’s classic sandwiches or round-the-clock favorite chicken and waffles.
While we love any Wabi Sabi chirashi creation, sometimes we crave our raw fish dishes assembled instead of deconstructed in a bowl. On Sundays, the Japanese favorite features a special bento box comprising assorted nigiri such as yellowtail and salmon, and an uramaki tuna cucumber roll. Pro tip: ask for one of the signature dressings on the side and go crazy dipping. $20
Torrejas are the Latin cousin of French toast and, in our humble opinion, better than the stuff you make with brioche. For this version, Cuban bread is soaked in an eggy batter and pan-seared until it’s soft and firm on the inside and crispy on the edges. And like every good Cuban dish worth its weight, the torrejas are finished off with whipped cream cheese and guava infused maple syrup ($12). Prefer a savory brunch? Try the Cuban biscuit, a hearty sandwich stacked with a croqueta, a fried egg and a slice of swiss cheese ($10).