By: Rebecca Charur
Every Sunday at 3:30 p.m. the blinds go down and neon lights flood into Bagatelle. In seconds, liquid nitrogen is blown around the room and your tabletop, which once held Nutella waffles, has now become your waiter’s personal dance floor. Needless to say, with scenes like this, it's no secret that Bagatelle is quickly redefining Miami's Sunday brunch scene.
But, the calm before the storm is another story in and of itself. Despite being known for its over-the-top parties, I want to thank the pregame that gets us and our stomachs dancing with excitement. The French-American menu, aka the perfect kick-starter to the wild hours ahead, features personal favorites like turnt truffle scrambled eggs, crazy crab benedict, and show stopping shrimp & grits.
And the best part? You don’t have to wait until Sunday to join the party!
Bagatelle also hosts Havana Wednesdays, a weekly event featuring dinner from Chef Matthieu Godard and salsa dancing with reservations available between 8:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Now, check out one of the best Sunday funday meals in the game: