This Brickell outpost of a Hong Kong-bred concept serves up a two-hour Bubbles & Bao Brunch.

Food & Drink

The menu is a dim sum best-of, though here they skip the carts for made-to-order dishes, as many as you can devour, for $68. Ample add-ons include a half or whole-roasted Peking duck for $50 or $102 and prawns with black truffles for $11. Drink options start with a reasonable $17 upcharge for flowing sparking rosé, ranging up to $77 for a top-shelf rosé; and either option will also get you unlimited bellinis, mimosas, beer, wine and bloody marys. There’s also a Dark Brunch served on select Thursday nights for those who shun sunlight.