Five Brunches to Savor This Thanksgiving Weekend
Though your Thanksgiving Day feast is over, you probably have enough leftovers to last weeks. Take a break from turkey and gravy to indulge in a boozy brunch replete with sugar-dusted beignets, avocado and caviar toast, and green tea French toast.
Tanuki. This past October, the South Beach spot debuted an Asian-inspired brunch. The meal begins with sharable dim sum plates, presented on a compact wooden cart stacked with steaming baskets of food. Servers allow diners to view each option, from dumplings to sushi and sashimi, before selecting items for the table ($6 for three pieces). Then patrons can choose from a selection of brunch plates such as roasted vegetable and crispy quinoa salad ($14); crispy Brussels sprouts ($13) topped with a fried egg and drizzled with truffle vinaigrette; salmon or pork belly Benedicts ($16 each); and green tea French toast ($15) garnished with mixed berries, whipped cream, yuzu miso caramel, and hazelnuts. 1080 Alton Rd., Miami Beach; 305 615-1055; Noon to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday