Brunch—like twilight, sporks, skorts, friends with benefits, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Celebrate everyone's favorite hybrid mealtime, plus its component parts, with today’s Groupon. For $25, you get $50 worth of breakfast, brunch, and lunch fare, plus drinks at Morgan's, the modern comfort-food eatery in Wynwood. Morgan's is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Monday. Call ahead to schedule your reservation, or send a "brunch bird," which is actually just a carrier pigeon who gets paid in melon.
Morgan's menu starts the day off with light breakfasts of brioche french toast ($6.50) and Parisian plates of buttery croissants and fresh fruit ($6), then throws in even more international flourishes. Try the hummus plate ($9), eggs benedict with king crab tail ($14), or panko-crusted coconut essence dipped in tofu-ginger-shoyu sauce ($6). By lunch, the board of fare has shifted to more substantial plates such as charbroiled skirt steak ($15), hog snapper butterflied with oreganato ($16), and Morgan's succulent beef burger ($12). The restaurant staff dares you to ask them why they call it the voluptuous grilled cheese ($9) and suspiciously denies that Christina Hendricks is hidden somewhere within it.
The boundary between meals is pretty fluid at Morgan's, with many items on one menu appearing on the next. Whichever mercurial meal you engage in, you can complement it with an extensive wine list, lattes ($3), mimosas ($7), beers, and fresh fruit smoothies such as the Green Supreme (bananas, strawberry, mango, nut milk, honey, and spirulina, $7) or the jungle berry (acai, banana, dates, and nut milk, $6). Top things off with a dessert of rustic apple pie or bread pudding.
The Miami News Times food blog provided an inside look at Morgan's before it opened, and the Thrillist likes the comfort food. Yelpers give Morgan's 4.5 stars, and three out three Urbanspooners like it:
- They had me at home made croissants which you are immediately served when you sit down. The french toast was out of this world and the eggs benedict was certainly note worthy. – noelle k., Yelp
- The pancakes are very good and the omelets are top-notch. They also serve fresh coffee that's excellent too. I just might have to go by again this week. – Franky A., Yelp
28 NE 29th St.
Miami, Florida 33132Get Directions