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5 Buzzy Sunday Brunches

BY Germaine Benson | June 16, 2017 | Feature Features

Rain dampen your weekend pool plans? Try any of these brunches instead and make it a Sunday to remember.
The artichoke salad from Zucca's Sunday brunch

Captain’s Corner
Champagne flutes filled with free-flowing Dom and caviar service with all the bells and whistles are just a few of the pleasures to expect at the Sunday brunch at Bazaar Mar. The seafood emporium offers a top-tier experience with the El Capitan brunch selection, which includes a feast of crudos, tiraditos, ceviches, butifarras and one a la carte dish from the main menu—we suggest the olive oil pancakes doused in Nutella. $295 per person, SLS Brickell, 1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 305.615.5859

Carnivorous Delights
At the Delano’s new restaurant, Leynia, diners are treated to an Argentinean-style asado (barbecue) with Japanese flair. We’re talking unlimited maki selections, meats and chicken from an outdoor parrilla, a healthy corner and sweet and savory desserts. Plus: two a la carte entrees from the menu and live music to enhance the experience. Note: This brunch takes place mostly outdoors, so light clothing is a must. $70 per person plus an additional $15 for unlimited mimosas or bloody marys, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.5752

Coast to Coast
From the Key West shrimp to the herbs picked from the on-site garden terrace, Lightkeepers likes to keep things fresh. This restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne changes its brunch menu weekly, but guests can always expect a rotating selection of cold and hot dishes, salads, seafood, breakfast favorites and a dessert station. Best part: Bottomless Bellinis, bloody marys, draft beer and sangria. $89 per person, 455 Grand Bay Drive, Key Biscayne, 305.365.4156

Asian Appeal
When the weekend soul yearns for some comfort food, the Thai-inspired brunch at NaiYaRa is sure to fill the void. Highlights here include Korean short ribs and eggs ($14) and Chiang Rai fried chicken and biscuits ($17). 1854 Bay Road, Miami Beach, 786.275.6005

Italian Spice
The new eatery at Hotel St. Michel, Zucca has become a fast Gables favorite. The eatery’s Sunday buffet lunch is a lavish spread of antipasti, focaccia, imported cheeses, risotto of the day, homemade porchetta and roast beef. There’s also a menu from which diners can order one dish such as eggs Benedict with sea bass or carbonara spaghetti. $65 per person, 162 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables, 786.580.3731

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