Looking for a new brunch spot? Zucca Miami is an elegant Italian ristorante and bar inside the charming Hotel St. Michel in Coral Gables, with a chic and modern interior – with green moss and rose gold accents – that sets the tone for an impressive boozy brunch prepared and served by Zucca’s impeccable Michelin-trained culinary team.
The Sunday brunch is buffet-style, beginning with spread of Italian antipasti, with homemade focaccia and breads, and an assortment of appetizers- including the must-have Burrata Tartine, and a complimentary glass of Prosecco, Mimosa or Bellini.
Zucca’s cocktail menus were curated by Miami’s cutting-edge beverage consultation and bar management company, Cocktail Cartel. This includes their brunchtime selection of cocktails featuring bubbly Prosecco.
Check out these beautiful signature brunch cocktails offered on Zucca’s brunch menu:
Zucca Miami’s Bubbles by the Glass
The classic recipe from Harry’s Bar in Venezia, White Peach Juice and Prosecco Zonin Cuvee.
Take It Peachy
This potent twist on the classic Bellini adds Dry Gin to mix of White Peach Juice, Lemongrass, Lemon Juice, Orange Bitter and Prosecco Zonin Cuvee.
A refreshing and frozen spritz blended with Aperol, Sauvignon Blanc, Passion Fruit and Prosecco Zonin Cuvee.
An exotic approach to the classic Mimosa, made with Brugal Blanco Rum, Elderflower Liqueur, Orange Juice, Mint Leaves, Cherry Bitters and Prosecco Zonin Cuvee.
This superb frozen sensation is made with Fifty Dry Gin, Rosé Wine, Mandarine Napoleon, Pomegranate, Rose Water Mist and Flower Petals as garnish.
A foamy and flavorful sipper created with Tequila, Guava Juice, Grapefruit Liqueur, Chocolate Bitter, Homemade Lemonade, Agave Foam and Prosecco Zonin Cuvee.
Venetian Bloody Mary
Bubble-less, but a Sunday Funday classic, mixed with Gra’it Grappa, Zucca’s Bloody Mary Mix and Tomato Juice.
The Food at Zucca Miami Brunch
In addition to the generous buffet spread, there are hot dishes of lasagna, risotto of the day, homemade porchetta, roast beef and prime rib. Each dish is first brought fresh from the kitchen, and served table side via a cart wheeled by Milanese Chef Simone Mua, before taken to their stations spread out through the restaurant.
Then, there are the main entrees, such as Sea Bass Benedict – fresh, grilled sea bass, served over focaccia, a poached egg, hollandaise sauce and asparagus and Ferrero Brioche French Toast – decadent French toast made with brioche bread and drizzled with Nutella and Ferrero Rocher crumbles. Try to save room for the chocolate bon bons among the sweets on the dessert station!
Zucca Miami details
162 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables, 786 580-3731, zuccamiami.com, @zuccamiami
The all-encompassing brunch, priced at $65 per person, is available on Sunday from 11am – 4pm.
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