A+ Asado Brunch at Quinto La Huella

By Mitchell Nover

Grilled meats are the focus at Quinto La Huella (788 Brickell Plaza, Miami) and its Sunday Asado Brunch. This Uruguayan, rustic-chic hotel restaurant offers a unique fire cooking method with a wood fire parrilla centered at the heart of its kitchen, serving up a menu that is carefully planned, yet simple and approachable. The food is down-to-earth, much like the atmosphere, creating a relaxing environment where memories are made. Guests can choose to dine inside in the expansive dining lounge or outside on the charming patio, which frames spectacular views of Brickell City Centre.

Menu highlights: Every Sunday, from 12-4PM, the Miami outpost of the famed sister restaurant Parador La Huella in Uruguay offers an impressive array of all-you-can-eat brunch options, including fresh sushi, charcuterie, cheese, and salads, pizzas and pastas, roasted veggies, frittatas, smoked fish and ceviche, and a decadent dessert display (alfajores, flans, and cheesecakes, oh my!) – all for $55 per person.

Standout dish: All the meats. How can you have an asado and not embrace your inner carnivore? This BBQ brunch truly sets itself apart with its fresh grilled fresh cuts. This meat lover’s dream features everything from NY Strip to Matambre, Short Ribs to Picanha, Chorizo to Lamb Chops, and more.

Are we boozing? Did someone say “Rosé All Day?” For an additional $25, you can add an unlimited Rosé and Mimosa option to your asado experience. With the magnum bottles strategically places all around the terrace, there was no way I wasn’t going all in.

Check this place out if you like: Corsair Kitchen + Bar’s creative (and equally impressive) brunch buffet, or the South Cone-style brunch at Novecento.

Mitch’s take: With its quintessential South American vibes, authentic cuisine, and live entertainment, brunch at Quinto La Huella will make you will feel as if you’ve just escaped the hustle and bustle of Miami living, giving you the opportunity to truly soak up every minute of the last day of your weekend. Oh, and meat sweats. It will also give you meat sweats.


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