Special Sunday brunches at the Ritz-Carlton
Celebrate the holiday of love and the arts with a casual, yet, fun Art of Love Brunch. Locals and guests alike can create an entire day surrounded by the arts, beginning with the art of culinary. A locally-sourced, love-theme brunch offers chef’s carving stations, fresh seafood, breakfast favorites and of course, desserts. The brunch includes bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and Bubbly.
Complimentary valet parking and tickets to the 53 Annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, just outside of the hotel’s doorsteps, are also part of this special event.
$85 per adult/$35 per child, plus tax and gratuity
Limited availability and reservations required by calling 305-644-4680.
*One ticket per person purchasing the brunch. No cash value for the tickets. No additional discounts or promotions may be combined with the Art of Love Brunch.
Also, The Ritz-Carlton celebrates the return of the hotel's traditional Sunday Brunch. Incorporating ingredients from local purveyors, the weekly Sunday brunch features traditional items such as carving stations, fresh seafood, breakfast favorites and you cannot forget, dessert.
On the last Sunday of each month, Executive Chef Craig MacAvoy, shown here, invites guests to his Farmer's Market with a mix of fresh produce and local artisan crafts.
$49 per adult / $24 per child, plus tax and 18% gratuity
Blood Mary, Bubbles and Mimosa Bar- additional $18 per adult.
Reservations are highly recommend and space is limited. Reservations can be made by calling 305-644-4680.
Complimentary valet parking available with validation.
*Farmer's Market Brunch will not be available on February 14 or March 27.
Bizcaya at The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove is located at 3300 SW 27 Avenue.
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