WYNWOOD DINER

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Sunday brunch is one of my weekend delights so I will be making posts and reviews of the places I visit. There are endless lists of places one may visit but this weekend the girls decided that I must try Wynwood Diner. This diner is located in the heart of Miami’s most creative neighborhood: Wynwood.

The décor is a modern take on the classic American diner. “With three distinct yet harmonious spaces, from the diner to the café to the outdoor patio, each area flows into the next, inviting guests to wake up with a coffee, host a lunch meeting or end the day with diner and cocktails with friends” or like in my case a great brunch date with the girls.

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Now I must get into the most important part … the food and drinks. I ordered the avocado salad, royal Benedict, and churro waffle & berries, which were all-delicious but my favorite was the avocado salad. I am a French toast type of girl but decided to try the waffles so my review may be tainted due to this. I found the waffles a little hard and not moist enough but my friends who are waffle eaters said they were great. The royal Benedict was a great choice and I truly enjoyed the hash brown pairing. (The picture below is the brisket Benedict that one of my friends ordered. I was really hungry so forgot to take a picture).

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Now for the drinks, they do not offer bottomless mimosas so for some of you this might be a deal breaker. Each mimosa comes out to $10 a flute so keep this in mind if you decide to check them out.

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My overall experience was very pleasant. I had an amazing time catching up with my friends and enjoyed the vibe of Wynwood Dine on a Sunday afternoon.

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p.s. They have a DJ in the lounge area so be sure to request a table there!

 

Madelin CastilloWYNWOOD DINER

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