About Biltmore Brunch
Discover why the Biltmore's celebrated Sunday Champagne Brunch has been voted the best in South Florida. Enjoy live entertainment and full array of breakfast specialties, antipasti, seafood, carving stations, pasta made to order and a never ending array of desserts.
Mediterranean, American, Dessert
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 4:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(305) 445-8066 ext. 2407
Live Music by Juan Areco
Available upon request
Free parking also available
Private Party Facilities:
Available upon request
Private Party Contact:
Raquel Alaniz : 3054458066x2407
BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Available upon request
Biltmore Brunch Ratings and Reviews
This is the best brunch ever. Awesome se ...
This is the best brunch ever. Awesome selection of food is available from omelettes to caviar. The sushi bar, pasta bar, carving station and raw bar are wonderful. The dessert room is overwhelming. The bellinas are excellent.
My only suggestion is on a hot day call ahead to be seated indoors. Most of the year the outdoor dining is great though.
I was recommended to try this brunch for ...
I was recommended to try this brunch for a long time. To start we waited in line for at least 15min to be seated even when we had a reservation already in the system. Sadly, this wasn't what I expected. Food was ok nothing impressive. I decided to choose indoors but the Ac wasn't working properly. For this much money I would rather go to Zuma which is only $10 more per person and with a much better quality of food and service.
A couple of wait staff were stuffy, but ...
A couple of wait staff were stuffy, but overall a positive experience. The variety of foods were quite overwhelming, but greatly appreciated. I've been to the Biltmore in the past, but many years ago. I'm glad I returned and looking to come more often. Furthermore, looking forward to bringing family from Europe soon. I'm not a native Floridian, but visit Florida quiet often and appreciated the experience! The food, I'd say was great, and comparable to any other restaurant of the same caliber in Florida, across the country and even Europe. I did appreciate the old world charm of the restaurant and overall ambience. Lastly, and not to sound too prudish, but they should have some form of limited dress code because some of the attire of other guests was unwarranted. Salute e Buono Appetito!
Lovely ambiance, phenomenal service from ...
Lovely ambiance, phenomenal service from every single person there and the food was delightful. I loved the presentation and separation between Breakfast and lunch selections. It is well worth the money and we look forward to coming back with friends!
The Biltmore Brunch is absolutely wonder ...
The Biltmore Brunch is absolutely wonderful. The food selection is extensive and the service is impeccable. It was extremely hot outside, but the ambiance was worth it. The bottomless mimosas, caviar, and desserts were definitely my favorite!
First and foremost, the Biltmore is one ...
First and foremost, the Biltmore is one of South Florida's nicest and most famous hotels known for its luxurious rooms and top-notch service. Sunday Brunch at the Biltmore does not disappoint. You can seat inside or outside where you are surrounded by lush foliage and a scenic waterfall. You can choose from fresh Sushi to fluffy pancakes in this buffet-style brunch, the choice is yours. Bottomless mimosas and belinis sweeten the deal. It's absolutely amazing.
If you knew how the brunch was 10 years ...
If you knew how the brunch was 10 years ago, then I don't recommend to go back and expect the same because it is not, and I was very disappointed. The price is relatively high for what they have to offer, that's the bottom line. before it was already high, but it was worth it. Not anymore.
Although some say this is a once in a li ...
Although some say this is a once in a lifetime experience, given the opulence that the Biltmore provides compared to the nominal brunch fee, it is worth doing again. What a way to spend a special occasion with family and friends on a Sunday early afternoon. When we where finished with brunch, which had amazing service by the way, we took a stroll through the hotel lobby, gardens, and pool area. It was quite impressive and the staff did not treat us as if we where trespassing rather they answered many of our curious questions about the estate. Beautiful architecture, amazing service, delicious food, and memorable experience. Thank you.
GREAT BRUNCH! Beautiful outdoor seating. ...
GREAT BRUNCH! Beautiful outdoor seating. It does get hot and humid (no breeze) so if you want to stay cool get an indoor seat. Lots of food options and a self serve beer, bloody marry and punch station. You can eat as much as you want for as long as you want. From eggs, to sushi, crab legs, and a carving station with lamb/pork/steak. When you're done go for a walk around the area or the 2 pm tour from the hotel (its beautiful). A MUST!
Noisy. Food has no inspiration nor refin ...
Noisy. Food has no inspiration nor refinement. Eggs benedict overcooked, no lemon for caviar or smoked salmon, no summer dish or cold soup (gaspacho? vichyssoise?), no flowers on table, only a couple of fans outside. Cooks carry dishes among customers.
Grossly overpriced for the value. Too many tables in the patio. Indoor chairs outside= sticky back with sweat. We won't come back.
Awesome - always the best. Probably my ...
Awesome - always the best. Probably my fifth time, it is truly amazing. The quality, preparations and bottomless champagne in a beautiful and idillic setting make it world class. The service is great - thank you to all who worked so hard to make it the best Mother's Day ever!
When the price for brunch with obligatory service and tax exceeds $100 per person, it needs to be special. And the Biltmore Brunch is. From crab claws to lobster avocado parfait, eggs benedict, selection of meats and fish, salads and fruit, as well as the included mimosas - this is just an extraordinary buffet. Plan on spending about 2 1/2 hours there. Come hungry. While most places choke on Mother's Day, the Biltmore excelled. They planned ahead, moved around the venue and even though full, never felt crowded or rushed. Expensive, but absolutely worthwhile. A true delight.
Beautiful Biltmore Birthday Brunch
Our servers were friendly and attentive without being intrusive. The selection of food from the various stations was varied and prepared with care. The valet parking service was efficient and friendly. Enjoyed strolling around the historic hotel and taking in the sights. The aviaries in the lobby have beautiful birds. Overall the experience was wonderful and will return.
18% service included, not the best service
Excellent and abundant food. But it is a buffet--you help yourself. Server basically ignored us (for coffee, refills of drinks, the check). Then the check already included 18% for the server. For a buffet! And a very expensive buffet, at that!! Why should he have any incentive to provide excellent service in that case?
Exquisite Easter Brunch! All the reviews ...
Exquisite Easter Brunch!
All the reviews were absolutely right, brunch at the Biltmore is simply the best! Incredible variety of seafood, from fresh oysters to salmon and caviar . Excellent beef tenderloins and pasta station. Amazing deserts. Champagne, mimosas, Bellini's and bloody Mary's . Best brunch in Miami by far!
You only need to experience this 1 time. Holidays
This was our 2nd time at the Biltmore Brunch. The first time was this past Christmas. Maybe it was the holiday spirit that provided an extra special festive element, or perhaps it was because it was the the first time we have been there, but this second time was a 180 degrees in the other direction. You can expect that element of Florida kitsch that borders on tacky meets elegance. And that is part of the initial charm. The majesty of the Biltmore is spectacular! And just being there on Christmas was a spectator sport. The Parade of Christmas fashions was a Floridan jewel. And it was probably the fittest and best looking buffet crowd we have ever seen. On Christmas the service was impeccable, even with the extra amount of people. We never wanted for a refill of champagne (which is actually a good brand) and before we could finish our glass another was being poured like it was water. However, this past trip you could barely get anyone's attention. It was a waving down the garçon affair. Whenever we went for another plate of something, we came back to our old plate still sitting there or it was taken away and no additional silverware was replaced. This left us stealing rolled up napkins with silverware in them from other tables. This was ongoing. The service was just horrible. And as for the food, it was exactly the same fare as Christmas only this time there was a lackluster presentation that included dried out looking meat courses, and totally unsure service attendants trying to carve off a slice while painfully deciding what was rare, medium or well done . The pasta line was dreadful. The staff needs to be trained better. This is a luxury moment. You are paying luxury prices. The waiters and waitresses, carving chefs etc need to understand what that means. This buffet suddenly really felt like it was stuck in time and really not something to visit on a regular basis except for that 1 time a year special event that calls for lots of champagne.
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