10 Flipping Amazing Pancake Spots To Try In Miami

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Tie your napkin round your neck and bring out your best pair of cutlery, ’cause it’s Pancake Day once more.  We understand you might not want to enjoy your pancakes in batter-covered clothes (or kitchens), so here are 10 Miami spots in which to enjoy some fluffy, stack-worthy pancakes!

1. B Bistro + Bakery, Brickell

Besides offering some killer pastries, this European-inspired café by star Chef Henry Hané has some flipping good brunch as well. Served with cream cheese mousse, guava preserve, brown butter maple, and vanilla crumble B Bistro’s pancakes its Latin-inspired Pastelito Pancakes are absolutely scrumptious. Sold for $18 a stack, these pancakes strike the perfect balance of European and Miami-inspired flavors.

Find B Bistro + Bakery at 600 Brickell Ave #175.

2.Greenstreet Café, Coconut Grove

Just three words: Cinnamon. Roll. Pancakes. This Coconut Grove Patio café is not only the place to “see and be seen” it’s also the place in Coconut Grove for killer pancakes. With as many as ten different choices of pancakes (other flavors include caramelized bananas, pumpkin, blueberry and bacon), at Greenstreet Café you’re bound to satisfy all your craving for heavenly fluffy pancakes!

Find Greenstreet Café at 3468 Main Highway. 

3. Eating House, Coral Gables

Eating House Miami may have some pretty eclectic and delicious dishes, but its Cap’n Crunch Pancakes are its definite showstopper. Served with condensed milk “syrup,” vanilla butter and candied Cap’n Crunch are the perfect combination of crunch and fluff, absolutely eggcellent!

Find Eating House Miami at 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd.

4. Michael’s Genuine Food And Drink, Design District

Are you in the mood for delectable, home-made, traditional pancakes? Then you batter head to Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink. Their hearty buttermilk pancakes made with Honeycrisp apples, caramel and peanuts will melt in your mouth and warm up your heart and all just for $8.

Find Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink at 130 NE 40th St. 

5. Big Pink, Miami Beach

This all-American diner may be famous for its TV-covered walls and it’s signature Pink Volkswagen beetles, but their larger-than-life pancakes also deserve their moment under the spotlight.  Big Pink’s giant pancakes served with butter and maple syrup may be one of the more traditional options on this list, but they sure won’t leave youre cravings unsatisfied.

Find Big Pink at 157 Collins Ave.

6. Icebox Café, Miami Beach

If you’re looking for a fresher option then you must try Icebox’s zesty Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. Made with ricotta, lemon zest and whipped cream and cream cheese blend, these delightfully light hotcakes are topped off with fresh berries and smoked-applewood bacon. But if solo-pancakes just won’t fly, you can always add a side of two eggs for an additional $4.


Find Icebox Café at 1855 Purdy Ave.

7. Oliver’s Bistro, South Beach

A favorite amongst the locals, this American-style bistro serves traditionally American dishes with a global twist. At Oliver’s Bistro, you’ll be able to enjoy 2 extra-large buttermilk pancakes topped off with your choice of bananas, walnuts, chocolate chips, strawberries or blueberries for $15, or if you’re looking to satisfy your wanderlust by way of your stomach, why not try their Dutch Apple Pancake for just $8.

Find Oliver’s Bistro at 959 West Ave #15.


8. Café Bastille, Downtown Miami

This downtown French café has a pancake option for everybody. Served every day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Café Bastille offers 5 kinds of pancakes including double chocolate chips with candied almonds ($15), Red Velvet with a cream cheese glaze and strawberries ($16), ricotta cheese and fresh berries ($13) and pancakes with bacon bites and a sunny side egg ($15). Yum!

Find Café Bastille at 248 SE 1st St. Miami, FL 33131.

9. Lilikoi Organic Living, Miami Beach

Up for something a bit different? At Lilikoi they make their pancakes with sourdough instead of white flour making them extra fluffy and airy. Throw organic, housemade Nutella, banana and coconut whipped cream into the mix and you’ve got yourself a totally unforgettable and scrumptious stack of pancakes!

Find Lilikoi Organic Living at 500 South Pointe Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139.

10. Novecento, Brickell

Crispy bacon pancakes? Need we say anymore? This Argentine restaurant offers a decadent stack of hotcakes perfect for bacon lovers. The stack comes topped with candied bacon, maple syrup and fluffy white whipped cream — There’s even bacon in the buttermilk mix! And the best part is they’re available on a daily basis as part of their weekly brunch menu.

Find Novecento at  1414 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131.

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