5 Breakfast Favorites

BY Germaine Benson | July 7, 2017 | Feature Features

Breakfast meeting on your agenda? Here are five eateries that do right by the morning meal.
La Muse Cafe is a Downtown favorite for both breakfast and lunch.

Morning Glory
A Design District favorite for casual breakfast and lunch meetings, Crumb of Parchment is ideal whether diners just want a cup of strong coffee and a pastry... or the works. MUST ORDER For hearty appetites, the breakfast burrito ($9.75) with eggs, avocado and chorizo never disappoints. 3930 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305.972.5444

Creative Sustenance
The whimsical La Muse Cafe, nestled inside Avant Gallery at Epic, features an Alice in Wonderland aesthetic paired with French breakfast choices. Think tarts, quiches, crepe rolls and the like. MUST ORDER The butternut and ricotta tartine ($13) is topped with fresh mint leaves. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.400.0036

Neighborhood Favorite
Oliver’s Bistro has been delighting Miami Beach breakfast and lunch types for a while now, thanks to classics like corned beef hash and buttermilk pancakes. MUST ORDER The smoked salmon eggs Benedict ($17) are served atop an English muffin and topped with on-point Hollandaise sauce and tomato. 959 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305.535.3050

All-Day Affair
OTL may stand for “out to lunch,” but its all-day breakfast menu is a favorite of Design District regulars. MUST ORDER The OTL seed butter toast ($9) is served on toasted brioche and topped with fresh berries. 160 NE 40th St., Miami, 786.953.7620

Bread Bandit
Zak the Baker quickly established itself as Miami’s bread bakery of choice. Now, the venue’s new and larger location offers a variety of deli specials that make for indulgent morning meals. MUST ORDER The corned beef sandwich ($12) is stacked with runny eggs, fried onions, greens and a drizzle of Russian dressing. 405 NW 26th St., Miami, 786.347.7100

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