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21 Best Breakfast Places in Miami

Ahh, breakfast! The most important meal of the day. From freshly baked bread and pastries to classic American cuisine, we’re spoilt for choice with breakfast and brunch spots in Miami.


When it comes to choosing a place to eat breakfast, you want to ensure it fuels your body and prepares you for the day ahead. To help you on your quest to find the best place to eat breakfast in Miami, we’ve compiled a list of our favorites.


Whether you’re looking for a grab and go breakfast, a relaxing start to your day, or somewhere that serves breakfast all day long, here’s our guide to the best breakfast places in Miami.


Cafe Creme

Craving pastries and artisan-baked bread? Cafe Creme is the place to go. A barista station with a French flair, this Upper Buena Vista cafe serves an array of coffee creations, fresh juices, and healthy takeaway options – not to mention their award-winning quiche Lorraine! Whether you’re looking for a quick breakfast during the morning rush or want to dine in, this charming cafe is an ideal breakfast spot in the heart of Miami.



Devia Juice Bar

Need to grab a healthy breakfast on the go? Head to Devia Juice Bar in Upper Buena Vista. This trendy juice bar offers a colorful menu packed with juices, smoothies, and nutritious bowls, each brimming with vitamins to fuel your body throughout the day. Devia is a great option for the health-conscious Miamian!



El Turco (Opening soon)

Residing beneath the Upper Buena Vista bodhi tree, El Turco is a Turkish cafe that serves a rich menu of ‘Kahvaltı’ dishes (the Turkish word for breakfast). El Turco puts a lot of focus on its ancestors’ culinary traditions, with a mission to deliver a culinary experience that introduces visitors to the food and its story. For those who crave the taste of El Turco’s breakfast at home, the cafe also offers takeaway options, including Turkish bagels and homemade jam. Head to Upper Buena Vista to enjoy all-day ‘kahvaltı’, lunch, and late lunch at this cozy cafe.


Greenstreet Cafe

It wouldn’t be a breakfast guide without featuring the fabulous Greenstreet Cafe – Miami’s ‘see and be seen’ restaurant. Renowned for its breakfast, which is served until 2:45 pm, Greenstreet Cafe is perfect for late risers and brunch lovers. Some of the most popular dishes on the breakfast menu at this welcoming Coconut Grove restaurant include cinnamon roll pancakes and Nutella French toast.



Big Pink (South of Fifth)

Big Pink is not only one of the most Instagrammable places in Miami, it’s also a brilliant breakfast spot. The all-day menu features a range of breakfast options from omelets and eggs benedict to French toast, giant pancakes, and even breakfast pizza!


Buena Vista Deli (Buena Vista)

Another charming Miami breakfast spot is Buena Vista Deli. This French deli has a range of breakfast foods and bakery items on the menu, including croissants, baguettes, and pastries. Every weekend the deli serves up a mammoth French brunch consisting of a croissant, toasted baguette, granola, and your choice of an omelet, scrambled eggs, or eggs benedict – plus a coffee and bottomless mimosa. That’s a brunch not to be missed!


OTL (Design District)

Situated in Miami’s design district, OTL serves all-day breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and homemade pastries. Designed as a spot to chill out and enjoy good food, craft coffee, and drinks, OTL’s relaxed, pared-back interiors make it the ideal breakfast spot.



Pura Vida

Decorated with chic, beachy interiors, Pura Vida is a laid-back cafe with locations in South of Fifth, West Avenue, and Edgewater. Serving up all-day breakfast, smoothies, juices, bowls, and lots more, Pura Vida is the perfect spot for health-conscious breakfasters looking for fresh, organic ingredients.


Angelina’s (Midtown)

Situated in Midtown Miami, Angelina’s eatery and cafe is another brilliant breakfast spot. This cute cafe’s menu is packed full of delicious all-day breakfast options along with grilled sandwiches, waffles, and pastries. Plus, there’s plenty of coffee, fresh juices, and smoothies to accompany them!


MIAM (Wynwood)

If avocado toast is your thing, MIAM is the breakfast place for you. With avocado toast served in a number of ways, as well as a range of other yummy breakfast dishes, there’s something for all taste buds at this Wynwood cafe. MIAM is aptly named after the French term for “yum” – a word you’ll definitely be saying here!



All Day (Downtown)

Previously named “best cup of coffee in Miami” by Vogue Magazine and "Best Breakfast Sandwich in Miami” by Extra Crispy, All Day is an independent coffee bar and restaurant based in Downtown Miami. At All Day, the team is on a mission to positively impact the planet and their local community by serving consciously-sourced, world-class food and drinks. With a selection of coffees and teas on the menu, as well as delicious breakfast and lunch options, All Day is a brilliant breakfast place.


Morgans (Midtown)

Morgans is another firm favorite when it comes to the best breakfast places in Miami. The modern eatery serves home-style comfort food that the whole family can enjoy. Some of their signature dishes and customer favorites include the chicken and waffle sandwich, brioche French toast, and eggs benedict.


The Daily (Edgewater)

Specializing in breakfast and lunch, The Daily is a laid-back eatery located in Edgewater. Serving up some of the best wraps and sandwiches you’ll find in Miami, the menu also features breakfast classics like pancakes and a New York-style diner breakfast. With its generous portions and delicious food, a meal at The Daily is sure to get you ready for the day ahead.



Bebito’s (Miami Beach)

Bebito’s is a trendy little breakfast spot in Miami Beach, with Instagram-worthy pastel pink and green interiors. This Cuban-inspired cafe brews its own signature coffee and serves a range of tasty breakfast dishes all day long. Featuring a large outdoor seating area, Bebito’s is a great place to watch busy Miamians pass by while enjoying your morning coffee.


B Bistro + Bakery (Brickell)

The brainchild of Miami star chef, Henry Hané, B Bistro + Bakery is a Brickell-based cafe renowned for its breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch. Taking influence from global cuisines, the rotating menu features breakfast favorites like steak and eggs, smoked salmon, and granola, along with freshly baked pastries and croissants.


Zak the Baker (Wynwood)

If you’re in Wynwood, you can’t miss Zak the Baker, with its brightly colored exterior. This iconic cafe has a hip vibe and is very popular amongst the locals for breakfast. Diners can enjoy a wide selection of freshly baked pastries and bread along with sandwiches, salads, and other breakfast favorites. Whether you’re dining in or grabbing a snack on-the-go, Zak the Baker is certainly one of the best breakfast places in Miami. Expect to wait in line!



Little Hen (Midtown)

Little Hen is a quaint, English-inspired breakfast and brunch restaurant situated in midtown Miami. There’s a range of breakfast options on the menu, including savory favorites and Little Hen’s famous rose petal pancakes. The restaurant also serves traditional English afternoon tea featuring sandwiches, scones, macarons, and your choice of tea – all served on delicate floral dinnerware. The interior and outdoor areas are both beautifully decorated and make the perfect spot for a brunch date.


Bacon Bitch (Miami Beach)

Calling all bacon and breakfast lovers, Bacon Bitch is the place for you! If you’re looking for a standout breakfast (or brunch) in Miami, Bacon Bitch is best. Fueled by a love for bacon, the breakfast dishes served at this trendy cafe include baked croissants packed with delicious fillings and a range of other classic American dishes. Breakfast is far from boring at Bacon Bitch.


Toasted Bagelry and Deli

You can’t beat a breakfast bagel – and Toasted knows it! At Toasted Bagelry and Deli, Diners can enjoy freshly baked bagels with a wide variety of fillings, along with soups, salads, and paninis. Residing in four different locations across Miami, this bagelry is very popular among locals and visitors. The bagels at Toasted combine the New York and New Jersey taste, with a Miami twist. With the slogan “New York bagels ain’t got nothing on us”, we’ll leave it to you to decide!



Jimmy’s Eastside Diner (Upper East Side)

Situated on Biscayne Boulevard, Upper East Side, Jimmy’s Eastside Diner is an old-school American eatery. Most-loved for its generous portions and breakfast menu, if you’re looking for traditional American cuisine, Jimmy’s is the place to go. Omelets, waffles, hash browns, eggs benedict – you name it, it’s on the menu!


Cafe Bastille (Downtown)

Cafe Bastille is an all-day French cafe situated in Downtown Miami. With a menu bursting full of breakfast options, there’s something to satisfy every craving. Guest favorites include crepes, waffles, avocado toast, and breakfast potatoes – not to mention the perfectly cooked eggs benedict. The cozy decor is just as inviting as the breakfast with its exposed brick wall and festoon lights. Eating in at this bustling little cafe is a great way to begin your day.



From healthy breakfasts to big brunches, Miami certainly has a lot to offer when it comes to breakfast food! For even more dining ideas, check out our guide to the best outdoor restaurants in Miami.


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