Although I don't have much room for comparison, I feel confident recommending Oliver's Bistro to anyone searching for a charming, comfort-food-competent, and slightly-off-the-beaten-path (a.k.a. not in the thick of Ocean Drive) brunch spot. The service is unpretentious, the food solidly delicious, and the atmosphere private and date-worthy. Don't expect extreme innovations, face-lifts, or advancements with regard to your favorite brunch staples; do expect a pretty presentation and an awesomely tasty meal.
I am a sucker for Eggs Benedict, but not all places are willing to throw together a vegetarian alternative on a whim; however, our waiter at Oliver's was offering a Florentine variation before I could even ask for one. The Eggs Florentine lived up to its savory and rich reputation, and the addition of a grilled tomato side allowed me to feel like I was at least inching my way toward those 4+ daily veggie servings. While heavily outweighed by overall satisfaction, my one offering of constructive criticism would be for Oliver's to rev-up the thickness and flavor of their Hollandaise as it was a bit on the thin side and slightly bland. For those of you curious non-vegheads, Dan chose an omelette with peppers and ham and thoroughly enjoyed his pick, as well. All in all, Oliver's proved to be the perfect spot for a leisurely Saturday brunch. If you make it there and the weather is lovely, be sure to ask for a table on the patio to soak up the sunshine.