Where to Brunch on Miami's Upper East Side

By Carissa Chesanek | August 22, 2014 By Carissa Chesanek  |  August 22, 2014

The weekend is here and that means a boozy breakfast is in your future. Here are three hot spots with killer brunches.

Blue Collar

Why: The ultra-tiny hole-in-the-wall serves killer brunch grub including its signature savory duck McMuffin made with smoked gouda and duck bacon, plus sweet lemon ricotta pancakes doused in maple syrup. 

Details: Saturday & Sunday, 11 AM-3:30 PM

Buena Vista Bistro

Why: The cozy, French-inspired eatery boasts a bohemian feel and simple, satisfying dishes, such as a ham-and-cheese omelet, smoked salmon plate and huge pancakes topped with fresh fruit.

Details: Sunday, 11 AM-3 PM

The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions (pictured)

Why: This rustic American gem has a cool ambiance and solid eats to match, especially during brunch when it offers dishes like crawfish and grits with house bacon and buttermilk waffles with nutella and banana. 

Details: Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 AM-3:30 PM

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The Fed Food & Drink

Mexican Little Haiti
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Blue Collar

American Upper East Side
Food25 Decor16 Service23 Cost$35
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Buena Vista Bistro

Little Haiti
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$37

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