Top 5 places in Miami to cure your hangover

La Sandwicherie

We’ve all been there – some mornings you just wake up with a deep sense of regret and a pounding headache that makes you want to swear off alcohol for the rest of your life. When that Sunday or Saturday morning hangover hits you, though, you can rest assured these five Miami eateries have you covered with the cure. 


1. La Sandwicherie Miami Beach

From the outside, it doesn’t look like much more than a tropically-decked out counter, but La Sandwicherie is probably one of Miami Beach’s best kept and most beloved secrets. Featuring a full menu of fresh pressed juices and endless varieties of enormous, satisfying sandwhiches, it’s the perfect spot to crush your hangover. And it’s open from 8 a.m. to 5 a.m. (6 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays). 

Where: 229 14th Street, Miami Beach


2. Bodega

Open-air, tasty tacos, guacamole and a nice cold beer to help dull the liquor’s after-effects…sounds like the perfect post-binge drinking cure. What’s more, there’s a club in the back if you decide life is too short and you’re ready for round two. 

Where: 1220 16th St, Miami Beach


3. Bagel Emporium

Here’s one for all the college kids. Conveniently located almost directly across the street from University of Miami, Bagel Emporium is cheap, delicious, and almost iconic among generations of hungover UM students and alumni. 

Where: 1238 S Dixie Highway, Coral Gables


4. Burger & Beer Joint

If you believe in the saying that nothing cures a hangover like greasy food, head to Burger & Beer Joint, where can eat your fill on jumbo-sized burgers, french fries, and onion rings big enough to be bangles. A fried Twinkie should do the trick, too. 

Where: The Shops at Mary Brickell Village, 900 S. Miami Ave. #130, Miami


5. Pride & Joy

Get over your hangover like they do in the South – with plenty of fried, finger-licking, barbecue-sauced, smoked goodness. From pulled pork sandwiches to fried pickles, this Wynwood eatery will crush that nasty hangover before you can say “honky-tonk.” 

Where: 2800 N Miami Ave., Miami