By Diana Rodriguez

Sunday is coming and since you’ve spent all weekend painting hardboiled eggs (or at our Blurry Brunch—wink), there is still more brunch to be had. Throw on something casual because this is a judge-free zone. Chanclas and all!

Brunch runs every day of the week here, so no need to dress up on Sundays. It’s business as usual at Bakehouse Brasserie. And for Easter Sunday, expect bottomless mimosas and all that jazz. A live saxophonist will serenade you as you bite into their Croissant French Toast stuffed with a bananas foster filling. Careful as you lick off the cream cheese glaze. Don’t worry; we’re not looking.


Staying in Brickell? Keep things pretty and casual at Bachour Bakery and Bistro. We’ve seen their decadent mini desserts before. This Easter, Bachour is creating bunny rabbit petit gateaux with white chocolate and strawberry. Come in and get one… or two!

Carrot cake macaroon!!

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If you’re feeling up for that bottomless brunch, then head to Tap42 in Coral Gables. Their Sunday brunch offerings include Chicago Style Steak and Eggs, White Chocolate Strawberry Pancakes, and a Smoked Salmon Bagel… just to name a few. You’re in good company with the Funky Buddha here!


When was the last time an Easter egg hunt won you unlimited chips and salsa for a year? That is just one of the many prizes offered during Olla’s Adult Easter Egg Hunt. After you take down the Chilaquiles and Huevos Rancheros, get to the bar when the clock strikes 4 PM. Then search the restaurants interior and exterior for the hidden eggs. Find the Golden Egg and you’ll hit the jackpot—Mezcal and mole pairing dinner for two.

If the children decide to tag along, take them to RUST Wynwood for an Easter egg hunt right in their patio. Watch them search frantically as you stuff your face with dishes like Provoleta Benedicta, Honey Glazed Pork Belly, and Huevos Mexicanos. Your favorite Peeps will be there in much sweeter fashion.
Since you’re in the neighborhood, stop in at the Wynwood Diner for The Fat Boy burger. You know you want to. Their indoor and outdoor spaces can accommodate families of all shapes and (dys)functions. In that case, order a round of one of their many unique cocktails such as the Rum Royale.

Bunny rabbits aren’t the only ones stocking up on sugar. There’s a sweet shop on the beach that is loading up their tall glasses with all the candy. Sugar Factory is rolling back their sleeves with another colorful milkshake creation. After you dine in for their three-course prix fix menu this Easter, sip on the Fluffy Strawberries and Cream Shake. Its got all the fixings from strawberry ice cream and marshmallow syrup, to Peeps, a candy necklace, and a whirly pop.

Cash me outside… by the pool at the Shelborne South Beach. This limited edition brunch will be served buffet style featuring dishes like blue crab cakes, herb crusted halibut, and churros with chili chocolate fudge. Award-winning chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth from The Sarsaparilla Club will also keep things classic with their traditional brunch offerings.

The panoramic views from Verde on Biscayne will give life to your Easter Sunday. So will their baked eggs over polenta. Chef Kaytlin Dangaran’s specials will also include fresh strawberries with arugula, poppy seed vinaigrette and spiced almonds. The season also calls for the Strawberry Smash—cheers to that!
Maybe we will stay inside. And it’s great to have options. At Epicure Gourmet Market and Cafe you can find all the goods to bring the Easter celebrations to your home. Just stroll through the cheese and wine aisles and you’ll have the adults happy. The kids might need some cookies and pies, but Epicure has got that, too. So stay in your fluffy bathrobe and throw on some bunny ears.