We first dined at Terra Mare for dinner in Fall of 2017, soon after it opened. Now, we are back to try the impressive assortment of brunch dishes and bottomless make-your-own bloody Mary or mimosa stations.
Here is the Bloody Mary station, featuring Tito’s Vodka. As for me, I’m gonna go for a mimosa instead, Bloody Mary’s are hearty and like a meal in itself!
The mimosa station features a fantastic assortment of fresh squeezed, tropical juices and fruits to adorn your champagne. I go for the mango + OJ blend with some fresh raspberries on top. Because Florida summer means mangoes and lots of em.
If bloodys and mimosas aren’t you’re thing, check out the brunch cocktails which feature cold pressed juices.
1/2 Maine lobster, jumbo shrimp
crab cocktail, snapper
ceviche, 1/2 dozen oysters
Mkay, so, if you’re really wanting to have an epic brunch by the water, you’ll need one of these seafood towers to start. Followed by some brunch classics, but with a Chef Michael Chavez flare:
black bean puree, guacamole, salsa
poached egg, tomato, wheat bread, chipotle crema
Try these Latin inspired items for a brunch party in your mouth in a true South Florida fashion.
whipped mascarpone, fresh berries
“Korean Fried Chicken” N Waffles
scallion waffles, chili peppers, sunny-side up egg
Stuffed fresh toast is just way more fun, don’t ya think? This chicken and waffles was one of the most unique that I have tried among this traditionally southern style dish. The waffle itself was super tasty and I’ll probably eat almost anything that has an egg on top. My only regret with that dish was not putting some maple syrup on top.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary tasting at Terra Mare. All opinions are my own.
All images appearing in this post photographed by Holli Ryan, property of TheSoFlaSage.com