Best Brunch in Design District

Best brunch in Design district
 
 
Everyone craves brunch, and Miami is full of great options. Whether it’s to cure last night's hangover, or a way to indulge over the weekend, these are the best brunches in Design District, Miami.
 

Cafe Roval

Cafe Roval is literally a hidden oasis on the middle of Biscayne. This restaurant is a great outing for brunch with girlfriends or a larger group. The atmosphere is quaint and so inviting---inside and out. Staff will make you feel right at home. 
You will not be disappointed with portion sizes on main courses like lobster Benedict, short rib grilled cheese, french toast and tres leches pancakes. Food is delectable. 
To compliment the amazing meal, one of the most enjoyable parts of Cafe Royal's brunch is the live classic jazz playing. Everything is right on point. 
5808 NE 4th Ct
Miami, FL 33137
786-953-7850
 

Soyka

I'd recommend making a reservation no matter how big or small your group is every Saturday and Sunday brunch at Soyka. It is not by default that Soyka is always packed. 
The restaurant has a very industrial feel with candle lit tables and live jazz music, creating a cozy, intimate setting. 
Their menu is extremely varied and portions are very satisfying, leaving no room for complaints. Soyka offers everything from Greek omelettes, fried brussel sprouts, mussels, prosciutto pizza, fish and chips, chicken and waffles, barbecue smothered ribs, and sooo much more. We don't hate the $25 bottomless Bellinis, Mimosas, and Bloody Mary's either. 
5556 NE 4th Ct
Miami, FL 33137
305-759-3117

OTL

This new brunch spot in the Design District is modern, sleek and straight to the point. OTL offers salads, sandwiches, quick breakfast items and beverages. You can't go wrong with the avocado toast, manchego and pear sandwich, or the red cabbage salad. The orange juice is so fresh as if they squeezed it right on the spot. 
Aside from their stellar food menu, they brew some of the best coffee in Miami, beans sourced from North Carolina's Counter Culture. Oh, and one last thing... KOMBUCHA ON TAP!! 
160 NE 40th Street.
Miami, Florida
786-953-7620

Lemoni Cafe

Lemoni is the very best cafe for vegans and non vegans to brunch together. 
Every Saturday from 11am to 2pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm swing by for their savory brunch all prepped by their extensive range of fresh, locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. Their menu is super extensive; many sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps, paninis, quesadillas, you name it! The brie bites starter is out of this world. They also put different spins on traditional meals like vegan "meatball" casserole and quinoa omelette. There's a ton of vegan options and cheeses and they have no problem replacing something you see on the menu with a vegan option.
Feeling boozy? Lemoni Cafe also offers $15 bottomless Mimosas, White Sangria or Prosecco! 
4600 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33137
305-571-5080
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photo courtesy @caferoval

Camila Cavaglieri

From Orange County, CA, this Miami newbie thrives off the cities energy and culture. A music, fashion and culinary enthusiasts who spends her days, and nights, exploring all things Miami has to offer.

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