Where to cure your hangover in Miami

These restaurants will bring you back to life & you can dress casual


When the resaca hits and you want to wear sunglasses indoors, keep this guide close by for where to cure your hangover in Miami.

After a long night out, you’re hungry and need to find the right spot in Miami to nurse your baby hangover. You want something casual enough where you don’t have to think about what to wear. You also want a place that will be relatively quick and, of course serve amazing food, but that won’t kick you out if last night’s chisme is really good. Oh and also, 90% percent of list doesn’t require a reservation. Here’s where to cure your hangover in Miami.


Neighborhood: Midtown
Address: 3509 NE 2nd Ave
Cuisine: Venezuelan

La Latina, located in Midtown, is our favorite stop for all things arepa and tequeños. We recommend the Pelua with shredded beef and cheese or the Rumbera with pork and cheese. Make sure you get an order of tequeños or patacones topped with cheese. And don’t skip both salsitas. They have garlic and cilantro aioli that pairs well with everything. On Friday and Saturday, they are open until 4 AM if you want to start soaking up that hangover early.


Neighborhood: Little River
Address: 6910 Biscayne Blvd
Cuisine: Bagel shop

Your hangover will thank us later for getting in your car and driving to El Bagel. After a night out of drinking, you’ll probably be up early which is perfect because the earlier you arrive at El Bagel, the better. They open at 8 AM and close at 2 PM, however they often sell out of bagels!

You’re either taking the bagels home or if the weather permits, eating them on the outdoor deck. If you want to keep it simple, go for their salt bagel with scallion cream cheese (vegan option available). Other amazing sandwich orders include the Lox Supreme with locally-smoked lox, English cucumber, dill, pickled onion, tomato, capers, and cream cheese; and the open-face Midday Snack with chives, red onion, and Lox cream cheese. Make sure to add smoked trout roe as an upgrade.


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Neighborhood: Calle Ocho
Address: 2057 SW 8th St
Cuisine: Cuban

Sanguich de Miami is a contemporary Cuban sandwich shop and ventanita with a playful take on Cuban dishes. You can’t come here and not get a Cuban sandwich. The roasted mojo pork is marinated for 24 hours, the Sweet City ham is brined for 7-days and the mustard is made in-house.

We’d grab a seat at the bar, watch the sandwiches being pressed, and have at it. To complete our order, we’d get the croquetas. Each order comes with two golden, crispy, and elongated croqueticas. Our favorite part is that they are served with the most delicious mojo verde dipping sauce.


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Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Address: 1315 Ponce de Leon
Cuisine: Cuban

Tinta y Cafe is a modern coffee house and ventanita with a location in Coral Gables and Miami Shores. If you care about Michelin accolades, this year they received a Bib Gourmand!

Deep conversations about how you behaved last night can be had on the private patio. You can also sit inside if the heat is unbearable.

We love their sandwich selection, our favorite is the Guajiro. You can have it with pork or chicken and it comes with Swiss cheese, sauteed onions, and drenched in a delicious mojo de la casa. The iced coffee also pairs well with their croquetas that melt in your mouth. We tried the bacalo, spinach, and ham croquetas. Holy sh*t! We’re obsessed with these croquetas. Our favorite was the ham but damn the spinach was really good too and tastes like creamed spinach with an outer crispy layer.


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Neighborhood: Calle Ocho
Address: 1961 SW 8th St
Cuisine: Mexican

Mi Rinconcito Mexicano created by sisters Maria Guillermina y Maria Dolores on 8th Street has been one of our favorite weekend lunch spots to stuff our faces with sopes, gorditas, and tacos for years.

You don’t want to come here to have a light meal. You want to stop by for the familiar cozy vibes, large/shareable Mexican dishes and then pass out.

The menu features sandwiches like Pierna Enchilada with smoked pork chopped in spicy sauce, Flautas Chorreadas, and different combos like the Combo 2 that comes with 2 flautas, 2 sopes, 2 gorditas, 1 quesadilla chilanga, served with guacamole and pico de gallo.


Neighborhood: Brickell
Cuisine: American, bakery

You’ll most probably run into someone you know, but that’s not going to stop you when you go to B Bistro + Bakery for a hangover brunch in Coconut Grove or Brickell.

Stop by one of their two locations with indoor and outdoor seating. If you’re looking for something decadent get the Pastelito Pancakes with cream cheese mousse, guava preserve, brown butter maple, and vanilla crumble, or for something on the savory side, order the Chilaquiles with a spicy salsita, fried eggs, avocado puree, cotija cheese, tortilla chips, roasted corn, cilantro, and Mexican crema. If you want to play it safe, make a reservation.


Neighborhood: Coconut Gove
Address: 3444 Main Hwy Suite 21
Cuisine: Cuban, American

This is a diner for Miami. And yes, it includes a ventanita. If you’re going with one other person, the best seat in the house is at the bar. If it’s a group we’d sit inside at one of their booths or outside for people-watching. You can pretty much stop by Chug’s at any time of the day for an all-day breakfast fest.

Order the best Cast Iron Pancake, slow-cooked in clarified butter and warm maple syrup with an order of Beltran’s Bacon, thick steak cut bacon with smoked maple syrup. If it’s more of a lunch or brunch vibe, get yourself a non-traditional Pan con Lechon with mojo and tonnato sauce, or a Chug Burger with American cheese, b& b pickles, shaved lettuce, Chug sauce a housemade sesame bun. It’s nostalgic and tastes like a fancy Big Mac.


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Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Address: 3413 Main Hwy
Cuisine: Mexican inspired

If you love a freshly made corn tortilla and/or Colombian arepa, then you need to check out Los Felix. Founders Pili Restrepo, Josh Hackler, and chef Sebastián Vargas have created a menu that respects and follows the traditional and almost extinct Milpa farming techniques of heirloom corn. It’s refined, casual, the music is always great and your body will be so grateful after you’re done.

We recently stopped by for brunch and were blown away. Must-orders include the Arepa e’ Huevo, a typical Colombian breakfast dish, non-traditional Esquites, and their version of Mexican Chilaquiles. With caviar and pork belly add-ons available. Oh, and to cure your cruda, order the best Michelada we’ve had in Miami.


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Neighborhood: Key Biscayne
Address: 19 Harbor Dr
Cuisine: Bakery

Flour and Weirdoughs is a rustic bakery in Key Biscayne. It’s one of the only bakeries in Miami that mills its flour in-house. All the bread is sourdough based and the pastries are divine and not overly sweet.

Even if you’re hungover, going to Flour and Weirdoughs is worth the ride. It’s a beautiful drive for pondering last night’s decisions.

Order at the counter and grab a seat on their outdoor patio or take the goodies home. House specialties include the Basic AF croissant (the most delicious buttery croissant we’ve ever had) and its Brisket B*tch croissant (smoked brisket in-house, provolone, and grain mustard). Chef Renata Ferraro is a lamination queen. Ironically, she doesn’t really have a sweet tooth but makes the most amazing Brioche Cinnamon Rolls. They’re not over-powering and are balanced in flavor.

If you’re looking for something heartier, get the tasty and minimal-ingredient Caprese Sandwich or the Smoked Brisket Sandwich cured and smoked in-house, with roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, Gruyère cheese, and chipotle aioli.


Neighborhood: Downtown
Address: 1035 N Miami Ave
Cuisine: Florida-focused eatery and cafe

All Day is one of Downtown’s neighborhood coffee shops with a modern-day ventanita. Their elevated menu reminds us of what we’d find at breakfast spots in Williamsburg. Think scrambled whipped eggs that are so beautiful, you can’t help but take a photo, avocado tartine, and a salmon platter.

If you love shrooms, get the Mushroom Country Toast with dandelion pesto, ricotta, local mushrooms, parmesan, and lemon zest with a poached egg as an add-on. We also love their croquetas. You can taste the high-quality ingredients, yet they’re approachable and caseritas.


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Where to cure your hangover in Miami