3 Breakfast Spots to Try in Miami

Want to try the best spots for breakfast during your net trip to Miami?

We asked our partners at Hoodline to crunch the numbers to help us find the top breakfast and brunch spots around Miami. They poured through data from both Yelp and their own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of breakfast spots to try during your next trip to Miami. 

1. B Bistro + Bakery

3 Breakfast Spots to Try in Miami

Topping the list is Brickell’s B Bistro + Bakery, situated at 600 Brickell Ave., Suite 175. With 4.5 stars out of 374 reviews on Yelp, the eatery from chef Henry Hané is the top-rated spot for breakfast and brunch in Miami.

Stop by for freshly made pastries and a rotating menu of savory breakfast dishes. Try the house croissant loaf with Dijon béchamel and shredded Gruyere soft egg dip; watercress with crème fraiche and an everything bagel mix; and scrambled eggs, cheddar, truffle aioli, arugula and bacon jam. (Find the full menu here.)

2. GreenStreet Cafe

3 Breakfast Spots to Try in Miami

Coconut Grove’s GreenStreet Cafe, located at 3468 Main Highway, is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the local staple four stars out of 1,212 reviews.

Diners can expect an array of French toasts, including a coconut-crusted option and another stuffed with Nutella. Omelets, bagels and pancakes like caramelized banana and blueberry granola are also available.

3. Doggi’s Arepa Bar

3 Breakfast Spots to Try in Miami

Then there’s Doggi’s Arepa Bar, which has earned four stars out of 960 reviews on Yelp. You can find the Venezuelan breakfast and brunch spot at 1246 S.W. 22nd St. in Coral Way. Doggi’s operates two other eateries plus a food truck.

Menu options include the arepa kikiriki with fried egg and white cheese and the cachapa, a corn pancake stuffed with queso de mano and topped with cream and white shredded cheese. Wash it down with the papelón con limón, a traditional Venezuelan beverage made with sugar cane and lemon.

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