Maybe you like brunch, or maybe you're a terrible person who makes really bad decisions -- either way, if you're gonna do brunch, it damn sure better include bottomless boozing. So, we found THE BEST never-ending drinking deals around the city, tried all of them, took a nap, and then conveniently organized them by neighborhood...
30 SW 12th St
The Deal: Bottomless red sangria made with Cognac, or carbonated white sangria – kinda like a bellini, but without the Champagne hangover – for $20 from 11:30am-2pm.
900 S Miami Ave
The Deal: Kegs & Eggs Brunch lets you have your chicken and waffles with unlimited mimosas or Miller Lite for $29.95.
Edge Steakhouse and Bar
Four Seasons Hotel Miami, 1435 Brickell Ave
The Deal: An entire pig roasted in a Caja China, and $15 for unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and mojitos.
Fado Irish Pub
900 S Miami Ave
The Deal: Full brunch menu and $12 bottomless mimosas.
1250 S Miami Ave
The Deal: Brunch entrees with bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and Champagne for $20 from 11:30am-4pm.
The River Oyster Bar
650 S Miami Ave
The Deal: The Smorgasbord ($90) is a literal buffet at your table with jamon serrano, queso Manchego bacalao croquettes, deviled eggs w/ paddlefish caviar, slab bacon, sausage, etc. Add $30 for unlimited Bloody Marys or mimosas.
900 S Miami Ave
The Deal: A la carte Italian with a $20 unlimited bellini and mimosa option.
Gibraltar at Grove Isle
4 Grove Isle Drive (NOT a private island, you can drive right up)
The Deal: Full brunch buffet with unlimited Champagne or mimosas for $55.00 Sundays 11am-3pm.
Sandbar and Grill
3064 Grand Ave
The Deal: $10 gets you all the Champagne and mimosas you can drink with your Mexi-brunch from 10am–2pm.
Angelique Euro Café
117 Miracle Mile
The Deal: $14 limitless mimosas with purchase of brunch entrees, which start at $7.
Fontana at The Biltmore
1200 Anastasia Ave
The Deal: $85 for a massive spread of caviar, smoked salmon, shellfish, carved meats, fresh omelets, pastas, sushi, a wall of desserts, and bottomless Champagne.
2500 Ponce De Leon Blvd
The Deal: $18 for allllll the sangria and mimosas!
Cibo Wine Bar
45 Miracle Mile
The Deal: Three-course Italian brunch with a bottle of Rosé or Prosecco for $35.
804 Ponce De Leon Blvd
The Deal: Wakin’ and Bacon brunch with pumpkin pie waffles, Cap'n Crunch pancakes, and Tang mimosas.
30 Giralda Ave
The Deal: Topless Mimosas (since you can’t drink out of a bottomless cup!) for $20, with a portion of the proceeds going towards breast cancer awareness via Miami Model Citizens.
POC American Fusion Buffet and Sushi
2121 Ponce De Leon Blvd
The Deal: The name’s pretty self explanatory, with 150+ items for $16.19. Tag on unlimited mimosas for $7.
5800 SW 73rd St., South Miami
The Deal: Ladies get free bottomless mimosas from 10am-3pm on Sundays .
City Hall the Restaurant
2004 Biscayne Blvd
The Deal: Unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Champagne for $25 every Saturday until 4pm.
Intercontinental Hotel, 100 Chopin Plaza
The Deal: AYCE brunch buffet for $42, which includes unlimited small plates, rodizio, and mimosas/Bloody Marys/Micheladas. Plus free valet parking.
270 Biscayne Blvd Way
The Deal: One entrée, the full spread of sushi and robata dishes inside, the legendary rice pot, a dessert platter, and endless sangria and Champagne for $125.
3030 Holiday Dr
The Deal: Paula DaSilva’s usually-dinner-only spot offers a different, themed brunch every week with bottomless Bloody Marys for $60.
721 E Las Olas Blvd
The Deal: Full, fresh brunch buffet for $22.95 with made-to-order omelets, fried chicken, foie gras French toast, USDA prime rib and more, plus $10 extra for unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Angryosas.
Big City Tavern
609 E. Las Olas Blvd.
The Deal: Unlimited Mimosas OR Endless Bloody Marys for $12 from 11am-3pm.
Seminole Hard Rock Casino Hotel, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood
The Deal: Unlimited food with a carving station of New Zealand lamb and filet mignon, omelet stations, pasta stations, a gourmet breakfast station complete waffles, French toast, bacon, sausage and custom bananas fosters, plus a free mimosa or glass of champagne when you sit down.
1421 E Oakland Park Blvd
The Deal: $18.50 for an entrée, unlimited Bloody Marys, mimosas, and Champagne and, oh yeah, a DRAG SHOW. Bonus: upgrade to bottomless frozen cosmos for another $8.95.
2000 N Ocean Blvd
The Deal: $50 brunch includes full buffet, vanilla waffles, made-to-order omletes, ham, and unlimited mimosas and zesty Bloody Marys.
Ritz Carlton Ft. Lauderdale
1 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd
The Deal: $65 for the full spread with unlimited mimosas and Bloody Marys, every Sunday from noon-3pm.
Tap 42 Bar and Kitchen
1411 S Andrews Ave
The Deal: THE brunch spot in Lauderdale has unlimited Champagne and mimosas for $15 from 11am-3pm.
333 E Las Olas Blvd
The Deal: Bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas, tableside for $15 every Sunday for from 11:30am to 4pm.
Ritz Carlton Hotel, 455 Grand Bay Dr.
The Deal: Rodizio meats, sushi, an omelet bar, and a Bloody Mary/Prosecco cocktail bar for $85.
The Rusty Pelican
3201 Rickenbacker Causeway
The Deal: Waterfront view, chocolate fountain, and a full brunch menu. Add unlimited champagne, mimosas and bloodys for $18.
3252 NE 1st Ave
The Deal: The Ultimate Hangover Cure - three Mexican entrees and unlimited alcohol for $30.
News Lounge Cafe
5580 NE 4th Ct #6
The Deal: Live music plus $15 bottomless mimosas, sangria, or mojitos.
35 NE 40th St
The Deal: Unlimited watermelon martinis, Bloody Marys, and mojitos for $24.
2000 Collins Ave #7
The Deal: Full brunch menu with refillable mimosas, sangria, and other cocktails for $20.
W South Beach, 2201 Collins Ave
The Deal: Brunch buffet includes unlimited mimosas and Bloody Marys for $60.
Essensia Restaurant & Lounge
3025 Collins Av
The Deal: A mimosa with fresh-squeezed OJ is $10. Or have all you want for $25.
10295 Collins Ave
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $20.
The Setai Restaurant
2001 Collins Ave
The Deal: Carved lamb and steak, sushi, pasta, Indian food, and every other brunch choice imaginable, plus Champagne, for $85 a person.
Terrazza at Shore Club
1901 Collins Ave
The Deal: Extensive brunch buffet with unlimited mimosas, bellinis, and Bloodys FREE for ladies. It's $38 per person, and you gotta tack on $20 if you’re a dude who wants bottomless drinks.
Vida at FontaineBleau
4441 Collins Ave
The Deal: Made-to-order omelets, malt waffles, stone-oven pizza, a chicken and risotto sauté station, sushi and raw bar, plus limitless Bloody Marys & mimosas and free valet for $65.
660 at Anglers
660 Washington Ave
The Deal: $25 endless Bloody Marys, flavored bubbles, and mimosas.
Bistro One LR
The Ritz-Carlton, 1 Lincoln Road
The Deal: Full, Ritz-Carlton-worthy brunch spread with endless hand-crafted cocktails for $75.
Cara Mia Trattoria Italiana
1040 Alton Rd
The Deal: Italian brunch with endless mimosas, bellinis, or Peroni drafts for $19.95.
1776 Collins. Ave
The Deal: Bar Toma brunch with pizza carbonara, eggs in purgatory, tons of other Italian brunch faves, plus a Bloody Mary Bar with 25 hot sauce options, red chili paste, sausage, beef jerky, "Old Bay" pickles, and more.
1200 Ocean Dr.
The Deal: $31.95 gets you a prix-fixe brunch and all the mimosas you can handle.
1787 Purdy Ave
The Deal: Pubbellyesque favorites, with a brunch twist, along with $20 bottomless mimosas or $28 bottomless Bloody Marys, sangria, and mimosas from noon-4pm.
1220 Ocean Dr.
The Deal: $19.95 for an entrée, $29.95 with bottomless Bloodys.
22 Washington Ave.
The Deal: $50 gets you endless Champagne and a la carte dining served up by two Toque-awarded, Michelin-starred Chef Michael Fulci from 11am to 4pm Sundays.
The Local House
400 Ocean Dr.
The Deal: Crab cake benedict, braised beef skillet, and Local House French toast, plus $19 for bottomless mimosas with OJ and Prosecco, Saturdays & Sundays from 8:30am to 5pm. That’s OVER EIGHT HOURS of booze time.
Marriott Stanton South Beach
161 Ocean Dr
The Deal: $15 for endless classic mimosas with orange juice & Champagne. Add strawberry, passion fruit or mango for an extra $2. The meals are separate.
1. Zuma270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami
2. Batch Gastropub30 SW 12th St, Miami
3. Brother Jimmy's BBQ900 S Miami Avenue, Suite 135, Miami
4. Fado Irish Pub900 S Miami Ave, Suite 200, Brickell
5. Edge, Steak & Bar1435 Brickell Ave, Miami
6. OTC1250 S Miami Ave, Brickell
7. The River Oyster Bar650 S Miami Ave, Miami
8. Toscana Divino900 South Miami Ave, Miami
9. Gibraltar4 Grove Isle Drive, Coconut Grove
10. Sandbar Sports Grill3064 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove
11. Angelique Euro Cafe117 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
12. Fontana at The Biltmore1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables
13. Bulla Gastrobar2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
14. Cibo Wine Bar45 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
15. Eating House804 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Miami
16. Pincho Factory9860 SW 40th St, Miami
17. ROK:BRGR5800 SW 73rd St, Miami
18. City Hall The Restaurant2004 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
19. Toro Toro100 Chopin Plz, Miami
20. American Social Bar & Restaurant721 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale
21. Tap 42 Bar & Kitchen1411 S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale
22. YOLO (You Only Live Once) Restaurant & O Lounge333 East Las Olas Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale
23. The Rusty Pelican3201 Rickenbacker Cswy, Key Biscayne
24. The Embassy4600 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
25. The Federal Food Drink & Provisions5132 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
26. Mercadito3252 NE 1st Ave, Miami
27. The News Lounge Cafe5580 NE 4th Court, Miami
28. Oak Tavern35 NE 40th St, Miami
29. 15 Steps4525 Collins Ave, Miami
30. The Dutch2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
31. Essensia At The Palms3025 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
32. The Setai Grill2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
33. 660 at The Angler's660 Washington Ave, South Beach
34. PB Steak1787 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach
35. The Tides1220 Ocean Dr, Miami
36. Café Mistral110 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
37. The Local House400 Ocean Dr, South Beach
38. Marriott Stanton South Beach161 Ocean Dr, Miami
39. Nikki Beach1 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach
40. Tongue & Cheek431 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
Izakaya-inspired restaurant Zuma in Downtown Miami combines a bright, modern setting with exquisite presentation of its ocean-fresh sushi dishes, like the Dynamite Spider Roll with soft-shell crab, chili, and wasabi tobiko sauce. From the robata grill, opt for tender beef and shishito pepper skewers with smoked chili soy, or baby artichoke with truffle wafu dressing. If it’s something crispy you’re craving, crunch on rock shrimp tempura with lime and chili mayonnaise, lobster tempura with spicy ponzu, or grouper tempura with chili onions. Brunch offerings include a selection of premium sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls.
You know a bar is serious about keeping the party going strong when they have cocktails on tap (because really, ain’t nobody got time to mix drinks when Friday is in full swing). Boasting massive plasma TVs, ample indoor and outdoor seating room, and a solid menu of high-end pub fare, it’s a Brickell destination for boozy brunch (chicken and waffles, anyone?) and sports games alike.
When the Brother Jimmy’s gods tell you to “Put some South in yo’ mouth,” you do not say no. The New York-based one-stop-shop for inexpensive beers and Southern fare splits its food menu equally between saucy barbecue specialities and fried delights. Hush puppies, fried pickles, hot wings anchor the starters, while fried spiced catfish and Dixie hoe cakes stand out among the non-BBQ entrées. Of course, it's a rarity to come here and not order barbecue, and luckily the platters of sliced brisket, Carolina pulled pork, and baby back ribs do not disappoint.
To ensure its position in Miami’s bar culture as an authentic Irish pub, Fadó's interior was constructed piecemeal in Dublin, then shipped to and assembled in Miami, synthesizing five rooms, including the stained glass Victorian Long Hall, the Shop, the Cottage, and a series of Snugs, or private places to enjoy food, drink, and conversation. Traditional Irish fare, like shepherd’s pie, corned beef ‘n’ cabbage, and bangers ‘n’ mash, supplemented by bar favorites like fish tacos and Philly-style cheesesteak, are on offer at Fadó.
There are several things that separate this sophisticate venue from the high-brow steakhouses of Miami: for one, executive chef Aaron Brooks was named the Miami "Lambassador" by the Australian lamb council, and his lamb chops, served with chickpeas, fire-roasted peppers, red chimichurri, and coriander cream, are an award-winning signature. The rest of the meat-centric menu features Creekstone Farms steaks that are cooked over a mesquite-chipped grill, giving them a smoky, outdoorsy flavor that'll make you forget you’re sitting in the Four Seasons. And though the prices won't make a meal at Edge a casual spend, specialty seafood that's flown in every day makes the trip worth it.
OTC does it right with fast, order-at-the-counter service and a laid-back Southern Florida atmosphere. There's a progressive menu with a fresh ingredient presence (duh). Also, they're pretty proud of their Indie-rock music selections.
Sidle up to the mahogany and slate-sided bar at River Oyster and prepare yourself for the best in local, sustainable seafood entrees and signature cocktails.
Brickell’s Toscana Divino serves up traditional and modern Tuscan dishes whose ingredients are sourced locally, drawing inspiration from the local food systems that are in place in Italy. You can expect dishes like market fish with chili, ginger, cucumber, coconut, and lime, gnocchi with rabbit ragu, homemade spaghetti with fresh tomato sauce, and squid ink seafood pasta. Wine suggestions and pairings are available (and encouraged) to enhance your Toscana Divino experience.
Set in the Northern tip of Grove Isle, Gibraltar gutted the Southern colonial Baleen space (sorry, no more monkey statues) and imbued it with a more modern vibe, while retaining the killer views of Biscayne Bay via the indoor/outdoor patio.
The Grove's Sandbar's loaded with 24 plasmas, two massive big-screens, indoor and outdoor bars, and plenty of drink specials. Considering this place is the "home of the fish taco", it may be the only winning Fish you see all season.
With an eclectic, Euro-vibe, Angelique serves up bites like truffle gnocchi, chorizo in wine, pomme frites w/ aioli, calamari fritti, plus a larger meaty plate with options like Gambas Angelique, beef tourneados, moules mariniere, branzino, or lamb lollies.
Fontana is the Biltmore Hotel’s upscale Italian ristorante, known for its elegant décor, refined dinner menu, and tastefully over-the-top brunch. The indoor dining room is bookended by ornate vaulted ceilings and parquet wooden floors, while patio dining is situated in a lavish courtyard with a fountain surrounded by columned arcades. The European charm is reflected in Fontana’s food program; Chef Beppe Galazzi uses local and farm-fresh ingredients when stocking the breakfast buffet of eggs, meats, fruits, pastries, and yogurt, and the à la carte dinner of homemade pastas, meats, and antipasti.
Bulla (pronounced boo-ya) is slang for chatter, and likely refers to both the bustling open kitchen at this large and light-filled space, and the conversation-inducing plates. The gastropub features tapas and a full bar, and brings the flavors of Spain to Coral Gables with courses like a calamari and king prawn paella, and a salad made with watermelon, heirloom tomatoes, and truffle honey.
Proving that sprucing up anything is possible, except of course spruce trees, since they're already mad sprucey: Cibo Wine Bar, an Italian-plating vino haven open for dinner on Tuesday, which performed a true miracle by classing up the Mile's former Sports Exchange with Old World-ness in the form of a giant stone oven/pizza bar, and a slew of just-mod-enough butcher block tables lining dimly lit, exposed brick insets adorned with mirrors.
Eating House isn't a regular restaurant, it's a cool restaurant. Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli's spot began as a pop-up in 2012 before it took a permanent, brick-and-mortar turn in Coral Gables a few years later. It's hard to decide what Rapicavoli does better: local ingredient-driven dinner or over-the-top brunch. Whatever it is, all the dishes coming out of the kitchen -- like Cap'n Crunch pancakes or black truffle carbonara -- are similar in their sheer creativity.
Pincho Factory specializes in two things: burgers and kebabs, but it's the burger that catapulted the fast-casual resto to must-try status. Owner Nedal Ahmad's signature Toston burger, topped with jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, and homemade cilantro sauce then sandwiched between two fried plantains, won the annual South Beach Burger Bash in 2015. Since then, Pincho Factory has made a mark with its menu of greasy and good street food, which includes customizable kebab wraps, rice bowls, and salads.
ROK specializes in gourmet burgers like the King James (Kurobuta pork belly, red onion marmalade, brie, truffle aioli), craft brews and cocktails. Also, flatscreens to distract you from your imminent heart-attack.
The brainchild of Steven Haas (who tapped former Emeril chef Tom Azar), sprawling City Hall hopes to draw in locals and patrons of the stone's-throw Adrienne Arsht Center and AAA with its 1930s NY-iron chandeliers and burgundy leather walls, a mural with biplanes and scale-holding women, and a huge stained-glass piece with the Chrysler Building and Radio City, also the BET followup to Rap City on which a mentally challenged Cuba Gooding, Jr. replaced J-Nicks, and was actually much better.
This Pan-Latin restaurant sits in the lobby of a hotel, but its swank dark wood embellishments and leather booths make it feel like it's its own Miami establishment. The menu includes unexpected items like lamb skewers with yogurt sauce, though classic meat dishes like lamb chops and rib-eye steak are also popular.
This Las Olas spot serves up stuff like filet mignon and roasted red pepper pesto flatbreads, BBQ boursin short ribs, and more, out of their Americana-inspired digs.
This gastropub serves up eats like oven-baked shrimp mac & cheese and chopped Thai-chicken noodle salad out of their Ft Lauderdale digs. True to their name, they also offer over 42 types of craft brew.
In the spirit of living just once, YOLO is not such a bad place to spend your time. Socialite's playground and foodie haven alike, the spot has equally popular fine-dining and cocktail programs, for those who want to sit and enjoy upscale American cuisine, and those who would rather make small talk over Mai Tais. Folks can take a seat in the leather-clad dining room to feast on things like bourbon-glazed pork chop, cedar-roasted salmon, and the Yolo burger, which comes dripping with gruyere and bacon jam. And for the after-dinner crowd, the lounge is armed with two full bars and a patio garden, all of which offer plenty of seating and standing room -- more than enough space for locals to shmooz over a couple of the bar's top-shelf house cocktails.
40yr-old landmark The Rusty Pelican looks like a Key West-beach-house-meets-country-club, with a labyrinth of glassed-in wine bottles separating the dining room from a 200-person indoor/outdoor lounge with low-slung couches, in addition to an expansive upstairs terrace.
Embassy's chef Alan Hughes is making all courses -- including duck confit and octopus bruschetta -- using only a hot plate and convection oven, which you could totally do yourself, what with all of your ramen-cooking experience in college, right?
The Phuc Yea! crew's homey spot on Biscayne is serving comfort food that you can wash down with 15 wines, beers on tap, and cocktails... just not all at once. Their light, fluffy biscuits have been ranked as some of the best in the country and are just a little sweet with a honey apple cider glaze. This modern American tavern serves up lunch, dinner and boozy brunch, and their Bloody Mary, made with Southwestern-style chipotle, cilantro, horseradish and agave wine, is not one to miss.
Stop by Mercadito's weekend late-night taqueria, a perfect after-party for your night out. The tacos are cheap, which is good if since you spent all your money on drinks earlier. Or come on a weeknight - happy hour lasts from 4pm to 7pm Monday to Friday and includes drink and taco specials (with extra deals on "Taco Tuesday" and "Thirsty Thursday").
Inside's “Metropolis” décor comes complete with a mirror room, but its outside showing who's boss with a 100-seater garden courtyard equipped with an outdoor island bar, outdoor pool tables, swings and a bed (for lounging, the activity one does most commonly in an outdoor bed). They make their hours happy every damn day from 11am-9pm, meaning $4 wells, $3 beers and $6 mojitos/dirty martinis. Hunger pains diminish with $4 bacon wrapped asparagus and $6 cheeseburger sliders.
Oak Tavern takes their name pretty literally, from a giant transplanted oak tree on their patio to the multple tree-shaped lamps throughout the interior. Their Modern American menu doesn't feature anything of the barked variety, but instead has a multitude of seafood options and small plates for sharing.
15 Steps is the newly renovated 1500 Degrees, still part of Eden Roc Miami Beach, and still serving up the farm-to-table freshness, thanks to the vegetable and herb garden planted on-site at the hotel. Their farm fresh menu offers rotating month-to-month specials focusing on seasonality, sustainability and regional produce. You'll never think of hotel's with on-site garden's the same way again.
They claim to make things that make them happy, which means, you're going to most-likely eat things that make you happy. The chef is Andrew Carmellini, who is a pretty big deal in the NYC scene. Go taste his food, homemade hot sauce and speciality cocktails.
Set in a neo-colonial dining room and poolside garden that feel kinda like a West Palm mansion, Essensia blends Mediterranean and "Floribbean" cuisine via organic produce, hormone-free meats, and sustainable fish, all crafted to order.
The Setai's upscale joint shifted from all-Asian everything to French steakhouse serving a 32oz bone-in tomahawk, dry-aged ribeyes, and Blanquette de Veau, which sounds like what Michael Jackson would've named his son if he was from Paris, but is actually braised veal.
660's is known for killer cocktails, including the Margarita de Sandia (Patron Platino, Cointreau, watermelon, lime, agave nectar) and the Sixth & Washington, a summery take on the martini with vodka, dry vermouth, and lemon juice.
PB Steak offers a variety of different eats ranging from sirloin tartare sliders, lobster rolls, poached egg-topped crab bread budding, and even pumpkin pie pancakes (flipped in a pan of bourbon maple syrup).
Originally built in 1936, this hotel offers stunning views of South Beach and first-class amenities, plus a can't-miss brunch with cocktail specials.
Decked out to look like a Parisian hole-in-the-wall -- minus the chain smoking and cold weather -- this SoFi sidewalk café run by a Euro-Latin fusion family keeps their cuisine simple with stuff like short ribs, garlic grilled shrimp, and a gluten-free veggie lasagna that actually tastes like a lasagna. Plus breakfasts with fresh, housemade made croissants, breads, and fruits.
The Local House boasts rustic communal tables and comfy chairs that encourage you to relax, eat, and maybe even take a nap.
With top-of-the-line amenities, this South Beach Marriott offers poolside luxury and water views.
Luxurious white chairs and umbrellas define the palm-lined beach at Nikki's Beach club, a "party playground for jet setters, celebrities, VIPs, guests, and visitors alike". Soo fancy, right? Well, you, average non-celebrity-or-VIP, can hit up this spot to nosh, booze, or lounge at the nightclub.