National Hotel Launches Jazz Brunch on Sundays

Everyeone loves brunch

The soulful Sunday brunch with singers and performances is the perfect combination of delectable dining and exciting entertainment at National Hotel, the cinematic Art Deco treasure in the heart of South Beach. The Sunday Jazz Brunch is $39 per person and $19.50 for kids, with all the fixings to awaken the palate of its South Beach neighborhood. The renowned cast of The Cabaret South Beach is set to delight audiences starting on Sunday, November 8th, and every Sunday thereafter.

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., hotel guests, locals, music lovers and visitors alike will savor brunch favorites from Tamara Bistro, National Hotel’s restaurant featuring contemporary cuisine with a Miami twist. Patrons can indulge in a brunch buffet that includes: a full breakfast station (eggs and omelets, chicken apple sausage, home style potatoes, waffles and fresh fruits); specialty breakfast items (eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce, smoked salmon and Argentinean sausages); bread station (croissant, raisin rolls and pastries); desserts (selection of mini assorted flans, tres leches and chocolate mousse); carving station (churasco or NY strip steak); brunch specialties (salmon puttanesca, mushroom risotto and chicken picatta); and one complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Mary. The Bottomless Mimosas package is available for an additional $25 per person.


Jazzing it up a little, guests will also enjoy the ultimate jazz experience at the historic hotel as they sing along with the cast of The Cabaret – singing bartenders and servers, and a piano player – to smooth melodies and enjoy fine dining.

The local entertainers include: EnVee (Cuban semi-finalist on Telemundo’s Yo Soy El Artista), Arias Martin (finalist on Univision’s Va Por Ti, the Latin network’s version of The Voice), Janae Catt, Rachael Rage and Mailyn Soulfree, with Victor Valdez playing piano. The Cabaret’s performers sing in a variety of styles of music, including jazz, blues, R&B, pop, rock, Spanish, and Broadway, and take requests from the audience.

Written by Rebecca Davidson

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