Experience Upscale Brunch Dining at Loews Coral Gables

Americana Kitchen also offers elegant lunch and dinner options.

Nestled downstairs past the elegant lobby of the Loews Coral Gables, Americana Kitchen is a restaurant that not only offers elegant and refined lunch and dinner options. They also offer an upscale brunch meant for those who want a unique menu filled with delicious specialties perfectly prepped by expert chefs.

Known as a true Americana experience, Americana Kitchen is a place to socialize, relax and listen to a soothing singer walking around the restaurant and its tables as you dine and listen. Brunch can also be had at the bar, where you can opt for a Mimosa, Bellini, or Bloody Mary, with the restaurant offering an all-you-can-drink bottomless option, where you can mix and match between the three. If you wish to try one of them each. Or, if a signature cocktail is more your thing, make sure to try out the restaurant’s Cosmopolitan martini. The classic drink, for some reason, tastes better there than anywhere else as it is well-balanced, giving the familiar cocktail a professional spin.

Diners can also opt to sit outside in the restaurant’s courtyard, a breezy option to take in a day of great South Florida weather. The patio also boasts the restaurant’s signature royal blue seats and the restaurant’s elegance brings the dining experience to the next level. Those who attend this brunch will be feeling relaxed, as they take on the expansive menu.

Dining options at this brunch vary, giving those who attend a chance to pick and choose, and even share with a friend. The tower with chilled selected seafood, a Chef’s Choice offer, has fresh oysters, crab legs, ahi tuna, shrimp, and other favorites. This upscale starter is perfect for sharing and won’t leave diners feeling too full and ready for an option from the menu for brunch.

Then there’s the brunch menu, filled with Chef’s Choices sure to satisfy diners. Filled with classic and fusion dishes, I highly recommend the mouth-watering Chilaquiles. The roasted tomato salsa and guajillo-dusted tortillas with avocado, sour cream, red onions, and cilantro make for a hearty and unique dish. Then there is what was my favorite selection, a Brunch Signature item called the Cubano Hash. This dish is delicious and boasts a Latin flair in a

bowl filled with charred plantain, roasted onion, crispy potato, mojo aioli, cilantro and huevo frito (fried eggs.) I promise you; this is one dish you cannot miss!

You can also expect items such as the Avocado Toast and a Brunch Burger. Also, if you are feeling like a fun after-brunch drink, make sure to try their Espresso Martini. You won’t regret it!

At Loews Coral Gables, Americana Kitchen’s brunch will leave you relaxed, satisfied and happy, as well as full, after experiencing their perfectly prepared dishes and beautiful ambiance.

For more information about the brunch and other offerings at Americana Kitchen, check out their website at https://www.americanakitchen.com/menus.

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