Thanks to our great weather in SoFlo, we can almost always eat outdoors, but you don’t have to wait for dinner. Deco found a place where you can brunch in the heart of Brickell.

It’s a classic restaurant with new twists on some old favorites. Best of all — you can dine in the great outside.

The restaurant is called “Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita.” The name isn’t the only thing that’s non-traditional.

The ambiance, the food, even the building is little different.

JC Chamizo, owner: “We had a unique building, the firehouse 4, it was an old firehouse. We still have the poles here. We wanted to do something chic, but cheap.”

Now you can enjoy brunch on the rooftop terrace.

JC Chamizo: “The brunch that we’re doing now is Sunday brunch. We have a beautiful rooftop, which is perfect to see the development and the expansion of this great Financial District in Brickell.”

JC Chamizo: “We are providing homestyle favorites for brunch. We are doing croissant sandwiches, we’re doing Benedict’s royale, which is a classic eggs Benedict’s but on a buttery croissant.”

You can wake up your taste buds with a Spanish favorite.

Rafael Guzman, executive chef: “We have the huevos rotos. It’s a dish that comes out on a sauté pan, it’s brought up to the table. It’s very simple. It’s just ground beef and garbanzo beans, you got a little chorizo at the end and finish it up with three fried over easy eggs.”

Or satisfy your sweet tooth with chicken and waffles… don’t forget the applewood smoked bacon.

Rafael Guzman: “Chicken and waffles is exciting because we use the breast the airline chicken breast. The airline chicken breast actually has more flavor. The waffle is so freshly made here at the moment.”

I’m chris — but you can call me “hungry.”

With $2 mimosas, this rooftop brunch is the perfect place to start your lazy Sunday.

JC Chamizo: “We have beautiful weather, especially in the summer. We have an east breeze, so it’s nice on a roof terrace, so the weather’s perfect. It’s very casual and you can just sit down and spend the whole afternoon sipping on mimosas and having good conversations with friends.”


Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita
1000 S Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33130
(305) 403-3103

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