Miami’s TOP 5 Breakfast Spots

Look for the best place in Miami for the most important meal of the day?

Here are the top 5 breakfast spots in Miami via the Miami New Times.

1. The Social Club
At the Social Club inside the Surfcomber Hotel in South Beach, approachable, relatable, and utterly delicious breakfast and brunch offerings are served every day. The menu, crafted by executive chef Blair Wilson, is simple. It's a mixture of breakfast-driven dishes and a few lunch plates, each with the chef's personal touch, adding a smidgeon of uniqueness without getting too crazy. Blair recommends starting with an order of the doughnuts ($11) for the table to share. They're made in-house from scratch daily and come with two sauces — espresso hazelnut and dulce de leche. For the entrée, Wilson says the breakfast sandwich ($15) is the restaurant's bestseller; about 400 are sold each week. It's made with an over-easy egg, avocado, and heirloom tomatoes stacked atop two thick pieces of toasted challah bread. On the bottom slice, maple bourbon bacon jam is spread throughout, adding a sweet and smoky taste to the sandwich. Breakfast potatoes similar to tater tots are served alongside. Expect your meal to total about $30, which will surely keep you full through the better part of your day.

2. S&S Diner
Since 1938, S&S Diner has been a Miami staple. At the vintage-style restaurant, enjoy breakfast for around 3 bucks, which brings a plate of two eggs, potatoes, toast, and coffee or tea. There's biscuits, eggs, and gravy for $7.95 and French toast and eggs with potatoes or grits for $8.95. For something more substantial, consider roast turkey or chopped steak with onions and gravy. Pair your plate with an order of mashed potatoes. Times might change, but S&S has proven to remain the same, keeping its no-frills eats and bargain prices a constant for more than 75 years.

3. Bagel Cove Restaurant & Deli
Ah, Jewish delis. The smell of freshly baked, hand-rolled bagels mixed with cream cheeses, soups, eggs, and potatoes is frequently found across New York, but not so much in Miami. If you're in search of an authentic alternative here at home, visit Bagel Cove in Aventura. There's guaranteed to be a wait for a table inside the small, diner-like restaurant, with everyone — from retirees to high-schoolers — eager for a true Jewish-American breakfast or lunch. Dine in or take out, with offerings including cold salads, meats, desserts like black-and -white cookies and rugelach, matzoh ball and chicken-vegetable soups ($3.99/cup, $5.49/bowl), nova or lox ($13.99), triple-decker club sandwiches ($10.49 to $12), and, of course, bagels. Bagel Cove is open daily until 4 p.m., giving you ample time to get your deli fix.

4. Las Olas Cafe
If you're craving traditional Cuban fare but find yourself miles from the cafecito-filled streets of Little Havana, consider Las Olas Cafe. The South Beach eatery, located on the corner of Sixth Street and Euclid Avenue, is the perfect place for fresh-squeezed jugo, a quick coffee, and a variety of breakfast specials. Grab a breakfast combo ($3.99), which features a choice of eggs cooked any style with home fries or French fries, buttered Cuban toast, and a cup of café cubano, which can be swapped for a small juice. Be sure to bring cash because the restaurant isn't always credit-friendly.

5. Beachcraft
Inside Tom Colicchio's Beachcraft at the 1 Hotel South Beach, weekday breakfast gets pricey. But in this case, it's worth the splurge. Monday through Friday, the hotel eatery offers a full-service breakfast buffet, with two levels to choose from: Continental ($27) or Chef's ($39). Both include fresh fruits; homemade Danishes, croissants, and muffins; artisanal cheeses and charcuterie; a Greek yogurt station; granola and berries; salmon and bagels; and a cereal bar. The upgraded version also offers bites from an egg station and a waffle bar, as well as additional eats such as bacon, sausage, potatoes, and the chef's daily egg inspiration. Boozy drinks, like mimosas and bloody marys, are available à la carte. Make the cost worthwhile by spending a few hours tableside with limitless trips to the buffet.


SOURCE: Miami New Times

Read the full article: Miami's Ten Best Breakfast Spots


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