Brunch at Soyka: Live Music, Bottomless Booze, and Sunny-Side Up Egg Pizza
Before the Design District became what it is today, few restaurants dared open north of 36th Street in Miami. Soyka took a chance. In 1999, the restaurant began operating after its owner, the legendary Mark Soyka, purchased the space as a garage for his vintage car collection and then realized the East Side lacked a decent restaurant.
all photos by Carla Torres It's a sunny-side up kind of Sunday
Soyka opened with a simple-yet-straightforward concept: comfort food in a casual and laid back environment that feels like your dining room. Fifteen years later, not too much has changed. Brunch, however, got a little bit sweeter. Short Order was invited to sample the offerings and witness the live entertainment. Pictures after the jump.
Soyka is now open for brunch both Saturday and Sunday and starting bright and early at 9 a.m. with bottomless fun in the form of booze.
For $22, you can sip on unlimited mimosas, bellinis and Bloody Marys. And these are no skimpy or watered downed drinks as our recent list is often the case. Soyka has an unofficial heavy pour policy to get your Sunday funday going.
Another thing you get you going is Soyka's French onion soup, only $7 and enough to get you full (the unlimited booze helps).