LEARN MORE ABOUT BRUNCH IN MIAMI

BRUNCH

LEARN MORE ABOUT BRUNCH IN MIAMI

 

The best brunch in Miami is a mixture of hangover cures, delicious desserts and buffets with more than just breakfast food, better to do an exercise of imagination: it’s Sunday morning. You slept everything you wanted to sleep and your stomach is ready for a restorative meal.

It’s almost lunchtime, but he hasn’t even had breakfast. You want something that puts you in the perfect frame of mind to enjoy the rest of the day. Not very heavy, but not so light either, with some sweetness, but salt is not lacking … If this situation becomes known, you are an ideal candidate to add the gastronomic trend of the moment: brunch.

 

Everyone talks about brunch, but what exactly is it?

Let’s start with the first thing: what does brunch mean? This word comes from English, and is nothing more than the combination of the terms breakfast (breakfast) and lunch (lunch). That is to say, it comes to be like a kind of wild food for those days when it is too late for a simple breakfast, but you are not ready to eat a lunch with all the laws either. Practical, isn’t it?

Although we have experienced the true brunch in miami boom in the last decade, this particular food. By the early 1900s, brunch in miami had arrived in the United States and, little by little, a hole was opening in the hearts (and stomachs) of its inhabitants until it became the global phenomenon that it is today.

 

Some restaurants like Orillas have a special brunch menu, the hours are from 11 am until 3:00 pm. These menu lunches are usually on a menu. The foods served are usually the same as in a regular breakfast, such as crashed eggs, flakes, sausages, bacon, ham, fruits, among others. However, it may also include any other food served at a lunch meal. Some restaurants may have quiches, large portions of roasted or smoked meat, poultry, seafood, smoked salmon, salads, soups, vegetables, etc., all accompanied by different toasted and artisan panels.

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