Aperol’s recent Brunch Society invitation inspired me to check out three brunch spots in Miami I’d yet to try. Read ahead for my results.
1) Swine Southern Table & Bar – As you might be able to tell from the copious amounts of bacon in the picture below, this was my husband’s brunch pick. Swine was fantastic with hefty portions, homemade creme fraiche, traditional mimosas, and a fantastic craft beer menu. Also, if you’re planning on checking out Swine for Miami Spice (which starts today!) click here to see their special menu options.
2) Blue Collar – This tiny place made a major impact with their pulled pork options and the ability to put a perfectly poached egg on just about anything. The food is so worth the wait and questionable parking options.
3) Area 31 – Aside from the spectacular view, my favorite thing about Area 31’s brunch menu was the tableside bellini bar with passion fruit, strawberry, and orange juice mixers. Though seafood tends to be the highlight on their menu (we had the tuna and ceviche), the Epic burger was pretty amazing. To try out Area 31 during Miami Spice, click here.
Want to check out the Brunch Society for yourself? Get info here. If you’d like to try an alternative to the traditional mimosa, check out the recipe below and make an Aperol Spritz instead.
All photos by Tony Espinoza Photography.
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