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Sleeping In? Try Take Away at Dune and Two More Suggestions For Future Brunch Plans

By Luis R. Rigual | March 25, 2020 | Food & Drink

Serious sustenance for big appetites is a given at these weekend meals. Look forward to reopenings and continue to support Miami's restaurant industry through take away options.

dimsumcart.jpgThe new dim sum cart at Dune’s Sunday brunch

1. Café La Trova

*closed till further notice*

Cuban breakfast gets an upgrade at Café La Trova thanks to the efforts of owners Michelle Bernstein and Julio Cabrera. Their new Sunday brunch (11AM to 3PM) is a $55 prix fixe meal ($25 for kids 12 and under) with all the trimmings, as well as one glass of prosecco, daiquiri or mojito. It all starts with an appetizer buffet with a pan-Latin twist that includes fresh ceviche, white gazpacho, Caesar salad with queso fresco and pepitas and breakfast pastries. Diners then get to choose from a menu of seven mains that includes La Trova’s Rancheros, a take on huevos rancheros with crispy tortilla topped with fried eggs and spicy tomato sauce; and the ropa vieja and eggs. Those who want bottomless bloodies and mojitos can do so for a $22 upgrade. There are also specialty cocktails for $12 each. 971 SW Eighth St., Miami, 786.615.4379, cafelatrova.com

2. Dune

*open for take away*

Sundays just got better at Dune thanks to executive chef Edgar Beas’ new dim sum brunch. Every Sunday from 11AM to 3PM, the restaurant offers a variety of six to eight savory dishes ($3 to $12) in a rolling cart that will change weekly. Among the selections are Maine lobster popovers, Bang Bang rock shrimp with kimchi mayo, chicken-fried quail with bacon cheddar chive waffle and lamb ribs. There will also be a rotating selection of desserts including doughnut holes, rice pudding shots and profiteroles. The a la carte menu also features Maine lobster avocado toast with heirloom tomato salad. There are two options for those who want bottomless drinks: $22 for two hours of mimosas and Bellinis, or $24 for two hours of any of the four bloody mary options. Definitely worth the drive! Auberge Beach Residences & Spa, 2200 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 754.900.4059, dunefortlauderdale.com

3. Traymore by Michael Schwartz

*closed till further notice*

The folks at Traymore by Michael Schwartz want you to break those 2020 diet resolutions stat. Case in point: the new Sunday brunch. From noon to 3PM for $65 ($25 for kids 12 and under), the eatery offers multiple stations including a raw bar, chilled and hot selections, a salad bar, warm pastries and desserts. Additionally, diners can choose from one of three entree options: a soft scrambled egg sandwich; a Balinese breakfast with crab and corn cake, soft scrambled egg and pork belly; or the Traymore Benedict with English muffin, pork sausage, poached eggs, roasted potatoes, yuzu hollandaise and spinach. The $65 deal also includes free-flowing sparkling brut and rosé, but those who want to upgrade for Taittinger La Francaise Brut can do so for an additional $25. COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach, 2445 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.695.3555, comohotels.com



Photography by: Courtesy of Dune