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Read on for a look at some of the best spots to have brunch in Miami now!

Another restaurant from hospitality team David Grutman and Pharrell Williams, Swan is located in Miami’s Design District and serves brunch on the weekends. Their menu features classic fare like Buttermilk Pancakes and omelets, along with a Bourbon Cinnamon Roll and Lobster Benedict.

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You may have heard of Glass and Vine’s famous appetizer: Watermelon Salad made of watermelon cubes in Greek yogurt, lemon sauce, pickled jalapeno, red onions, corn nuts, and cotija cheese. After the classic starter, try some of their brunch plates: Dulce De Leche Belgian Waffles or the Grilled Mahi-Mahi Sandwich.

After opening in 2016, KYU quickly became a popular spot, earning a semifinalist nomination for Best New Restaurant in 2017 from the James Beard Foundation. They serve brunch on Sundays from 11:00am-3:00pm, offering drinks and entrees like the Wynwood Mule and Banana and Bourbon French Toast.

Zuma, a contemporary Japanese restaurant with locations around the world, offers two brunch packages. The champagne package gives diners access to the sushi bar, buffets, and one entrée per person, as well as a bottle of champagne for the table. The food-only package offers all of the same options along with a la carte drinks.

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Located in Miami Beach, Lilikoi features a menu created using locally grown ingredients, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and organic meat. They serve brunch everyday, with selections like the Acai Bowl and the Lilikoi Brunch Platter: chicken sausage, roasted tomatoes, mushrooms, mung bean stew, eggs, and homemade wheat toast.