Where to have brunch in Coconut Grove

Burgers, pastelito pancakes, bagels, and more of our favorite brunch dishes right now


Keep this guide handy when deciding where to brunch in Coconut Grove. 

There’s no denying that Coconut Grove is booming with established and new restaurants. We love that this neighborhood remains walkable and has plenty of dining options.

You already know our overall favorite restaurants in Coconut Grove but now is the time to talk about brunch. Some of you are obsessed with brunch, while others stay away from all things egg. Either way, you’re getting hungry around 12 PM on Saturday or Sunday. Here’s a guide for those looking for where to have brunch in Coconut Grove.

We’ve included chilaquiles, one of the best burgers we’ve had in recent times, pastelito pancakes that are the size of your face, bagels with all the fixings, and more.


Address: 3413 Main Hwy
Cuisine: Globally-inspired, seasonal kitchen

Krus Kitchen recently unveiled brunch and it’s at the top of our list. Chef Sebastian Vargas and the incredible Krus team have created a menu from the heart. Everything has been carefully thought out and made from scratch.
This is the food of fine dining except it’s in a chill, market setting located on a second floor. Enter through sister restaurant Los Felix, and head upstairs to Krus Kitchen. The vibrant space has so much natural light and a cornered open kitchen. It is decorated with biodynamic wines and other products on display, which is always nice to look at while waiting for your dishes to arrive.

For brunch, you’re ordering the incredibly fresh lobster salad with buttermilk leche de tigre, pickled celery, trout roe, and herb oil; the grilled oyster mushrooms with Parm, poached eggs, pickled beech mushrooms, and cilantro; the perfectly cooked grass-fed vintage burger; and the dreamy pastrami sandwich. Make sure to reserve HERE.


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Address: 3321 Mary St
Cuisine: American

You’re going to Sadelle’s if you’re looking for an elevated New York deli experience, except you’re are okay with splurging on bagels. Expect bagel towers with all the fixings including tomato, cucumber, onion & capers. When ordering fish to pair with your bagel we’d get the sturgeon or the house salmon and skip the bagel tower. Either way, your bagels will be displayed in the tower setting but you’ll pay $100 less. We also enjoyed their version of a tuna melt that comes in the bagel of your choice, the crispy latkes, veal dumplings, pigs in a blanket, and the enormous cobb salad or the Waldorf salad prepared tableside. Sadelle’s offers Brunch Monday – Thursday from 10 AM – 3 PM, and Friday – Sunday from 9 AM – 4 PM. On weekends we recommend you make a reservation, on weekdays you can probably just walk in.


Address: 3206 Grand Ave
Cuisine: Vegan, vegetarian, Asian

This Asian and Dim Sum restaurant in Coconut Grove is perfect for those looking for a plant-based dumpling feast on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 AM – 4 PM. We love the sticky rice with BBQ Jackfruit Lo Mai Gai wrapped in lotus leaves; General Tso’s Brussels with sweet pearl onion and a housemade glaze; pan fried Chick’n & Mushroom Potstickers; and the Classic Bao Buns with a coconut yogurt sauce for dipping. For a sweet addition, get the fluffy Matcha Pancakes made with gluten-free flour, served with strawberries and agave or the Bao Beignets. Minty Z is a small restaurants so make sure to book your table. 


Address: 3413 Main Hwy
Cuisine: Mexican, Latin

If you love a freshly made corn tortilla and/or 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. Here you will find familiar and comforting Latin flavors presented in a refined way.

Some of our favorite dishes for brunch include the Arepa e’ Huevo, putting their spin on a typical Colombian breakfast dish, and their version of Mexican Chilaquiles with the option of adding caviar or braised pork belly. Your meal should be paired with a bottle of their thorough selection of natural wine or one of the best Micheladas we’ve had in town while listening to some vinyl records. 


Address: 2895 McFarlane Rd
Cuisine: American, Bakery

B Bistro + Bakery became a staple with its breakfast and brunch offerings at the Brickell flagship location. Now in Coconut Grove, you can enjoy their all-day brunch menu any day of the week.  At B Bistro + Bakery, you can expect a menu primarily featuring breakfast and lunch classics. From the chef’s daily soup creations like their gazpacho to house specials like the smoked salmon scrambleOrder the spicy tuna toast topped with smashed avocado, spicy mayo, and a grilled nori puree. For a sweet and decadent finish, get the pastelito pancakes with cream cheese mousse, guava preserve, brown butter maple, and vanilla crumble. We recommend you reserve on the weekends. 


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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 experience. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday. 

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. 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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Address: 3000 Florida Ave
Cuisine: American Southwest

The team behind Lost Boy, Tropezón, and Fox’s Lounge has re-opened the iconic Mayfair House Hotel & Garden. On the hotel’s ground floor, you will find The Mayfair Grill. The menu is all about wood-fired cuisine influenced by the flavors of Arizona, Southern California, and New Mexico. 

If you’re looking for live music on Sunday, stop by for their Jazz Brunch from 11 AM – 3 PM. You’re going to want to sit outside in their open-aired garden café. 

Brunch is served a la carte featuring the signature blue corn silver dollar pancakes with mezcal maple syrup, the non-traditional eggs benedicto served on a sope, poached egg, refried beans, guajillo hollandaise, and a really simple yet delicious avocado toast. Looking for a pastry? Try the banana cake with sea-salted butter. Bottomless Mimosas and Rosé are available for $35 per person. Reservations are available but you most probably will get in as a walk-in. 


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Where to brunch in Coconut Grove