Where to Brunch for Easter Sunday

Book your reservations at these Miami restaurants

By Isabella Nino

Easter is right around the corner, besides decorating eggs and goody-filled baskets, let’s not forget another essential: a delicious Sunday brunch.

The hunt is over! Whichever way you choose to celebrate the holiday, Easter brunch is always on the list and we’re excited to share some special menus from these Hungry Post approved restaurants in Miami. These spots promise to deliver a very Easter experience, from waterfront views to decadent buffets, this is the perfect occasion to get together with your loved ones and feast on classic dishes and Easter inspired offerings.

Ariete
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Cuisine: American

 

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Chile Glazed Lamb, Christmas Lima Beans, Baby Tomato and Corn

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Miami’s very own Chef Michael Beltran is inviting guests and imbibers to celebrate Easter Sunday at his
popular Coconut Grove eatery Ariete. Diners can indulge in a decadent Easter Brunch buffet with signature brunch offerings like the frita benedict made with Sam’s biscuit, chorizo, hollandaise, papitas; breakfast burrito made with scrambled eggs, American cheese and potatoes; guava & cream cheese pancakes; French toast sticks with cinnamon sugar and condensed milk, and much more.


BOURBON STEAK
Neighborhood: Aventura
Cuisine: Steakhouses

 

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James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina’s, modern, American steakhouse at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa is offering a special Easter Brunch buffet perfect for the whole family, which includes a bottomless mimosa or Bloody Mary option. A plethora of delicious stations will include the Breakfast Station with an assortment of fruit, parfaits and baked goods; Made-To-Order Omelet Station, Raw Bar Station with Gulf Coast shrimp, oysters and snow crab claws; Salad station and an Antipasto Station with sliced charcuterie, artisanal cheese and grilled vegetables.


Chug’s
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Cuisine: Cuban

Just in time for Easter, Chug’s – the highly anticipated Cuban-style diner by Chef Michael Beltran set to open early April – is offering an assortment of take-home goodies. Diners will be able to enjoy delicious pastelitos by none other than Pastelito Papi, and Chug’s savory ham and short rib croquetas in the comfort of their own homes. Each individual to-go box will be $25 and include six croquetas and six signature pastelitos. Diners can choose from a selection of the popular PB&J, buffalo chicken, and Redland guava pastelito.


Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Cuisine: American

Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden, Coconut Grove’s chic new restaurant and the latest addition to the South Florida dining scene is offering a la carte brunch and bottomless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas from 11AM – 5PM. Groove to the sounds of a live jazz duo while diving into options like Raw Bar items, which are a perfect starter or a standalone favorite. Refreshing starters and salads include Roasted Beets with Greek yogurt; Beef Carpaccio; and Burrata. Signature brunch dishes include items like Chicken and Waffles; Challah French Toast; classic Eggs Benedict and Lemon Ricotta. Sandwiches and main course offerings include Lobster Roll with celery and mayo on a brioche bun and Tuna Poke Bowl.


Jaya at The Setai
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: Asian Fusion

 

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Jaya at The Setai is offering diners an extravagant Easter brunch curated by Executive Chef Vijay Veena. The lavish spread will include an impressive, epicurean array featuring traditional and non-traditional selections from the Far East as well as several dessert and raw bar selections. Diners can expect an enhanced carving station featuring a decadent Truffle Roasted Chicken, Roasted Strip Loin, and Caramelized Leg of Lamb with honey and ginger. Also available will be a deep-sea delicacy station featuring King crab, Salt Crusted Fish and more. Guests may also indulge in free-flowing Louis Roederer Champagne, Mimosas and Bloody Marys while listening to the soulful sounds of live jazz music performed by Vinyl Blvd in the courtyard. A special Easter Egg hunt with the Easter Bunny will also be available for the youngest guests to enjoy.


Lightkeepers
Neighborhood: Key Biscayne
Cuisine: American & Cocktails

 

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Lightkeepers located at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami is offering a lavish Easter Brunch and Easter Egg Hunts with prizes provided by Lilly Pulitzer! Brunch will feature an array of delectable options, including bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, Bloody Mary’s, Sangria, house draft beer and punch. For $135 per adult and $45 per child (excluding tax and gratuity) – including complimentary valet parking – diners can feast on buffet items featuring cold selections like Sliced Fruit; Fresh Salads; Chilled Seafood/Raw Bar; breakfast options and ready-to-make omelets and waffles; bakery items; and Hot entrees just to name a few.


Root & Bone
Neighborhood: South Miami
Cuisine: American

 

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Beginning at 10AM on Easter Sunday patrons of this neighborhood restaurant in South Miami can choose from a prix fixe Brunch menu for $55 (excluding tax and gratuity), a la carte menu and specials. Eggs-clusive Easter dishes include: Deviled Easter Egg Hunt – green eggs & ham, pickled pink and fancy caviar; Honey Roasted Carrot & Cashew Toast – open faced, crunchy and smooth “rabbit food”, pea tendrils and grilled sourdough; Mint & Mustard Crusted Rack of Lamb – half rack of spring lamb,
sunchoke mash, spring peas and carrot barbeque; Neapolitan Bunny Cake – layers of chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, and buttery kataifi basket with mini chocolate Easter eggs.


Rusty Pelican
Neighborhood: Key Biscayne 
Cuisine:
Seafood

 

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Bring the family to enjoy the spectacular views of Biscayne Bay at Rusty Pelican, while diving into a feast fit for kings on Easter Sunday. Brunch will be served from 10AM to 3PM and will include egg-citing activities for children, like a visit with the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt, and face painting. The multi-course brunch menu is set at $88 for adults and $35 per child, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Guests can enjoy buffet stations featuring breakfast classics like Banana French Toast, crusted with frosted flakes and Hazelnut Chocolate and Ricotta Pancakes; Sushi; Raw Bar; Ceviche & Tartare; American Caviar; Seasonal Florida Stone Crabs; Fried Chicken and Waffles with Sriracha Maple Syrup; and Mains like Seared C.A.B Prime Rib with Wild Mushroom Truffle Demi-Glace Coconut Crusted Atlantic Wild Mahi-Mahi and Miso Mango-Papaya Salsa.


Stiltsville Fish Bar
Neighborhood: Miami Beach 
Cuisine: 
Seafood

 

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Beginning at 10AM, the Sunset Harbour eatery will be offering a prix fixe menu in addition to a al carte specials or the regular menu for Easter Sunday. Specials include: Deviled Easter Egg Hunt – green eggs and ham, pickled pink, and fancy caviar ($9); Heirloom Carrots & Burrata – spiced honey roasted carrots, lentils, with arugula and carrot top pesto ($15); Pan Seared Sea Scallops – pineapple upside down cornbread, candied smoked bacon vinaigrette, and spring pea shoot salad ($29); Neapolitan Bunny Cake – layers of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla, buttery kataifi basket with mini chocolate Easter eggs ($12).


Stubborn Seed
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: American

 

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The South of Fifth hotspot by Chef Jeremy Ford will be opening its doors at 10 AM on Easter Sunday for a very special Brunch service. The three-course prix fixe menu is $55 for adults and $25 for children (not including tax and gratuity). Beginning with First Course, the menu includes Bread basket of biscuits, toasted sourdough, ricotta, fish dip, and marmalade. Choices for the Second Course: Buttermilk Pancakes; Chai Waffles; Caramelized Cauliflower & Eggs; Roasted Mushrooms & Eggs; Smoked Pork
Belly & Crispy Egg; or Philly Cheese Wagyu Steak Eggs Benedict. Sweet endings for the Third Course: Dessert platter of cookies, doughnuts, and sticky buns. Reservations strongly encouraged.


The Dutch
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: American

 

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From 12PM-4PM, Chef Josh Gripper is serving up an Easter Brunch with a variety of breakfast items and comfort food dishes on an a la carte menu. Appetizers ($17-$22) include a Classic Corvina Ceviche, with sweet potato, corn, and radish; Roasted Beet Salad – Creamy Goat Cheese, and Almond; and a Butter Lettuce salad topped with Florida Avocado and Green Goddess dressing. Select Brunch Dishes ($13- $34) are French Toast with Lemon Cream and Toasted Hazelnut; Apple Duck Hash & Sunny Side Eggs with Red Eye Gravy; Hanger Steak accompanied by Kimchi Fried Rice and Organic Egg; and The Dutch’s famous Double Cheddar Burger topped with Secret Sauce and Pickles.


Toro Toro
Neighborhood: Downtown Miami
Cuisine:  Steakhouses, Tapas Bars, Cocktails

Celebrate Easter Sunday with a family feast at the Pan-Latin steakhouse located inside the InterContinental in the heart of Downtown Miami. Toro Toro is pulling out all stops for this celebratory occasion with a brunch buffet priced at $75 per adult and $35 per child where guests can enjoy decadent displays and action stations offering all your brunch favorites with a twist including seafood, carved meats, salads, desserts and more. After brunch, head up to the 5 th floor plaza level where you’ll
meet the Easter Bunny, enjoy family fun with a petting zoo, egg hunt and more. Sunday Brunch is available from 11:30PM-3PM.


M House
Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Cuisine:  Seafood, Mediterranean

 

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M House, the coastal European eatery in the heart of downtown Coral Gables is launching a lavish Sunday brunch and pop-up bakery in time for Easter. The new a la carte menu will include a variety of American breakfast classics as well as some non-traditional seafood favorites prepared by Executive Chef Abraham Silva. Additionally, the restaurant will feature for the first time, a pop-up bakery offering a selection of artisanal breads and baked goodies prepared fresh in-house. Sunday brunch is available
from 11AM to 4PM with the pop-up bakery open from 10AM


Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: Southern, American

 

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Head over to Yardbird Southern Table & Bar this Easter for a fun-filled brunch consisting of favorites such as the Banana Fosters Belgium Waffles, the Maple Bacon Glazed Ham and Eggs served with Stone Ground Grits, and the Maine Lobster Benedict consisting of a buttermilk biscuit crumble topped with bacon lardons, spinach and hollandaise sauce. Treat your family and friends this holiday season with classic Southern cooking, all-around hospitality and the best brunch around!


Seaspice Brasserie & Lounge
Neighborhood: North River Dr Miami
Cuisine: American

Seaspice Brasserie & Lounge, is the perfect setting for your Easter celebrations. Nestled on the banks of the Miami River with breathtaking skyline views, the brasserie is offering family style Easter favorites such as deviled eggs and caviar, spring rack of lamb and salt crusted local whole red snapper served table side as well as their a la Carte menu items. Whether you choose to dine alfresco overlooking the water or inside one of their stunning dining rooms you’ll be sure to enjoy the live music and entertainment festivities. Brunch is served from 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and dinner service begin at 5 p.m. Sundays at Seaspice are always a celebration and reservations are highly encouraged!


Phuc Yea
Neighborhood:
Biscayne Blvd
Cuisine:
Vietnamese, Asian Fusion

 

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On Sunday, April 21, Phuc Yea is offering a special Vietnamese Easter brunch of specialty dishes for the holiday with an Asian flare. Dishes include Prime Rib ($35), a long peppercorn crusted prime rib with roasted potatoes and tomatoes, fried eggs and Maggie au jus; Breakfast Noods ($15), egg noodles with bacon, poached egg and parmesan cream sauce; Deviled Eggs ($12) with sriracha cream and Chinese sausage; and, Funfetti Pancakes ($15) with condensed milk, sprinkles and passion fruit boba. For a boozy touch, add bottomless mimosas, rosé or punch for $20pp.


Market at EDITION
Neighborhood:
Miami Beach
Cuisine:
Coffee & Tea

 

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The Miami Beach EDITION’s airy Italian market will feature a special Easter’s Day Breakfast Table from 12-8PM ($65 per person and $40 for children under 13) where guests can indulge in options like fresh oysters from the raw bar, chia seed pudding and organic scrambled eggs, as well as an assortment of cured meats and cheeses, and of course delicious pastries and sweet treats. Top it off with Market’s bottomless Bloody Mary Bar for an additional $18 where you can customize your own cocktail, to complete the occasion. After breakfast guests are invited to attend the hotel’s Earth Day celebration by the pool which will include an eco-friendly Easter egg hunt and fun activities for the entire family.


Quinto la Huella
Neighborhood:
Brickell
Cuisine:
Steakhouse

 

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Celebrate this Easter with friends and family and enjoy a delicious Latin American style brunch buffet at Quinto la Huella’s Sunday Feast. Guests can indulge in a selection of meats from the parilla including steak, chicken and sausage as well as an assortment of grilled vegetables, pastas, salads and more. Easter Brunch will feature live entertainment and hourly Easter egg hunts with specials prizes from 12-4pm. The buffet is priced at $55 per person ($27.50 for children under 9). Guests can add unlimited bottomless Rosé and Mimosas for $25 per person.


The Local House
Neighborhood:
Miami Beach 
Cuisine:
American

 

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Situated in the quiet South of Fifth neighborhood of Miami Beach, The Local House is exactly what it sounds like — a warm and inviting restaurant that seeks to provide neighbors and friends with a welcoming spot they can proudly call their own. Come and join us for Easter brunch and enjoy and engage in thoughtful conversation over signature morning cocktails such as Summer Air; a mix of Prosecco and Champagne infused with Elderflower, Peach Bitter, and Lavender Bitter or a classic Mimosa. Indulge in the Key Lime French Toast, or go lite and be pleasantly surprised by the Quinoa Avocado Toast. You’ll feel at home, without ever losing the comfort of it.


Maska
Neighborhood: Midtown
Cuisine:
Indian

On Sunday, April 21 guests can enjoy Maska’s Easter brunch at $95 ++ including unlimited Prosecco, signature cocktails and deliciousness fresh out of the tandoor kitchen! Kids are also welcome to brunch for just $55! Maska’s brunch will have live stations from different regions of India. Featured items include a carving station from the Tandoor oven such as Chef Hemant’s Lamb Chops, whole fish of the day and Rosemary Paneer, among others.
The brunch selection also includes Maska’s Dum Biryani pot with savory basmati rice and Raita along with a variety of Chaats. Maska’s Easter brunch will feature a live DJ and a Henna tattoo artist from 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm. The South Indian station is dedicated to foods from the Coastal regions of India, dishes amongst them will be live cooked Neer Dosas with fresh seafood, chicken and a variety of seasonal vegetables. Try Maska’s Jalebi Rabri for the ultimate dessert.