Source: Cafe Roval
A favorite brunch spot from longtime Miami restaurateur, Mark Soyka. This aesthetically gorgeous restaurant built inside a historic coral rock house, is surrounded by lush backyard gardens, a Japanese-style pond and a romantic ambiance that’s hard to find in Miami. At night, it’s the perfect date spot, but for Sunday brunch there’s no better spot with the kids than Café Roval.
What to Eat? The kids (and adults) will love the Meyer lemon pancakes, garnished with a scoop of brandy-soaked blueberries and a drop of cream.
Pipsqueak tip Make reservations and ask for backyard seating. Take a stroll with the little ones around the charming pond while you wait for your food to arrive.