The Coolest Easter Sunday Spots in Miami and Fort Lauderdale
Kick off your Easter Sunday with delicious eats (and surprises!) from some of the tastiest spots in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Celebrate Easter this year Bagatelle Miami Beach style! Enjoy brunch favorites starting at $18 from noon to 6 p.m. Prepare for an entertainment filled day complete with a DJ and Easter bunnies. Switch up your boring brunch menu and try Bagatelle’s Gnocchi a la Parisienne featuring homemade Parisian gnocchi, black truffle sauce and aged parmesan cheese or their classic Buttermilk Pancakes featuring caramelized bananas, candied pecans and maple syrup.
Up your Easter Sunday with Bakehouse Brasserie’s Jazzy brunch! From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Bakehouse invites its guests to sip on $25 bottomless mimosas while being serenaded by a live saxophonist. To make your experience all the more memorable, take a bite out of their famous Croissant French Toast stuffed with a bananas foster filling and topped with a cream cheese glaze.
Bird & Bone | The Confidante Miami Beach, 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33140
Celebrate under the sun on Bird & Bone’s backyard patio with a special Easter Brunch. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. guests can enjoy a special a la carte Easter Brunch menu, in addition to the traditional continental breakfast offerings. Dishes include Fire Roasted Clams, Tipsy Texan sandwich, Wife Hales’ Pancakes, and fan favorite Chef Hales’ Hot Chicken & Waffles. Prices range from $9 to $32.
BeachCraft I 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Live music by Bossa Nova Duo sets the tone at Beachcraft for brunch festivities featuring bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys and local brews for $25; an inclusive brunch for $85 per adult and $40 for kids; and children’s entertainment including face painting and a magician.
On Easter Sunday, Bulla Gastrobar will be opening an hour early at 11am for guests to get a head start in its regular Sunday brunch tasting menu for $40. Guests can indulge in brunch favorites like the Huevos Bulla, ‘Bulla’ Burger, Huevos Benedictinos and the Churros con Chocolate.
Kids are invited to craft and join the Egg Hunt at The Continental this Easter! The Egg hunt takes place at 1:30 p.m. with crafting all day. For the adults, the restaurant features $25 bubbly all day with fruit juices to build your own mimosa—including orange, guava, pineapple and more— to pair with brunch favorites like Continental’s Huevos Rancheros.
Miami’s favorite French bistro will open their doors for a very special Easter brunch on Sunday, April 16th. Since Easter is one of two special occasions when db Bistro Moderne offers brunch, fans of Daniel Boulud will not want to miss this opportunity to indulge in their lavish three-course prix fixe menu. The brunch menu highlights extraordinary dishes such as the wild mushroom omelette, crab cake, roasted leg oflamb, steak frites, eggs in a nest, dulce de leche bar in addition to option shared menu items. Guests can pair their meal with unlimited specialty Bloody Marys and unique champagne cocktails that go far beyond the traditional mimosa. db Bistro’s new sommelier Haunah Klein will also offer a selection of spring wine selections to accompany the menu.
Prices: $50 Adults plus tax and gratuity | $35 Unlimited Champagne Cocktails and Bloody Mary’s | $35 Kids under 12
Day/Time: Sunday, April 16th, 11:00AM-3:00PM
Bringing the Easter celebrations home? Catering to both party hosts and guests, the gourmet market provides all Sunday brunch essentials to enjoy a meal in the comfort of your own home. Skim through the aisles and load your basket with an array of delicacies from Epicure’s one-of-a-kind deli, award-winning cheese department, sommelier-curated wine and champagne cellar and premium bakery offering artisanal cakes, cookies and pies. The local community market is the ideal one-stop-shop for any celebration.
Celebrate Easter with a full buffet spread and live jazz performance. Guests can choose from an array of options including a rotisserie station featuring roasted strip loin au jus and caramelized leg of lamb; a seafood station with Alaskan king crabs legs and snow crab claws; an Indian station showcasing butter chicken and fish curry; and an Asian station with pad thai goong sod, red pork curry, and assortment of gyoza and dumplings. To top if all off there will be a full dessert station filled with chocolate and marshmallow Easter Eggs. The Easter Bunny will also being making a visit to guests during the brunch. There will be two seating times available: one at 11:45 a.m. and the second at 1:45 p.m.
Price: $125 per person $65 per child
James Beard award winning restaurant, Juvia, invites guests to indulge in either a special Easter prix-fixe lunch menu for $65 or dishes a la carte. Menu highlights include Beef Carpaccio, Ceviche Mix, Smoked Salmon Egg Benedict, Tuna Poke Rice and Chilean Seabass. In addition the the menu, guests opting for the prix-fixe menu can end their meal on a sweet note with three dessert choices: Ivory Bavaroise, Apricot Chocolate Tart and Basil Strawberry Salsa. Guests are invited to enjoy the indoor bar and outdoor dining room and panoramic views of Miami. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call, 305.763.8272.
In the spirit of Easter Le Zoo will host an “easter egg” decorating station for kids with egg shaped cakes, fun pastel frosting and an Easter Bunny on site handing out candy. The Stephen Starr is a great place to sit outside and enjoy the Bal Harbor atmosphere over brunch favorites including Croque-Madame and Lobster Tartine. Dishes are priced starting at $15.
Enjoy Mondrian’s $35 per person Easter Brunch buffet which includes bottomless mimosas for $25 and a build your own bloody mary for $10. Also, who said only kids can have all the fun on Easter? Mondrian South Beach invites everyone to an adults only Easter egg hunt! Join in on the fun for a chance to win cool poolside prizes all day while enjoying $100 bottles of rosé.
Nautilus Cabana Club is offering a special Easter Sunday brunch for all ages. The brunch consists of the weekly decadent buffet spread for $49 with unique carving stations and special kids items just for the holiday. The best part? The buffet includes admission to an Easter egg hunt in the backyard garden.
On Easter Sunday, Pisco y Nazca will be opening an hour early at 11a.m. for guests to get a head start in its regular Sunday brunch tasting menu for $40. Guests can indulge in brunch favorites like the Cholo Benedicto, Ceviche Tradicional, Que Bestia Burger and the Arroz con Leche Cheesecake.
For the first time ever, Shelborne is taking their Easter celebrations poolside. Enjoy delicious brunch bites served at the iconic Shelborne pool from The Sarsaparilla Club, the modern American hotel eatery by award-winning chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth. On top of Sarsaparilla Club’s traditional brunch offerings, the limited edition brunch special will be served buffet style, featuring additional savory dishes such as a Faroe Island salmon belly, blue crab cakes, herb crusted halibut, churros with chili chocolate fudge and much more.
Miami’s favorite eatery and sweet shop is offering a special three-course prix fixe menu for all friends and families to enjoy this Easter Sunday. Take a seat in their lavish dining room and enjoy a selection of Sugar Factory staples served brunch-style including Chicken & Waffles, The Sugar Factory Eggs Benedict, NY Style Cheesecake and much more. The family affair also includes one complimentary glass of champagne and a sweet surprise giveaway you’ll have to see to believe!
Spend Easter Sunday with your family and loved ones dining al-fresco at Terrazza at Shore Club. The beautiful outdoor/indoor South Beach space will feature an array of delicious brunch items including an omelette station, wood oven pizzas, antipasto italiano, a charcuterie and cheese station, seafood station, dessert station and much more. Everything from classic buffet items to new culinary favorites will be at your fingertips. Price includes bottomless mimosas and bellinis. For reservations please visit www.opentable.com or call 305.695.3226.
Indulge with a panoramic view of Biscayne Bay and choose from Chef Kaytlin Dangaran’s specials, which include strawberries with arugula, poppy seed vinaigrette and spiced almonds, as well as baked eggs over polenta with Maitake mushroom sauce. Then, top off the meal with dessert featuring strawberry sorbet with shortbread tuile. Cheers to the beautiful Sunday with their specialty cocktail of the evening, the Strawberry Smash featuring refreshing Spring flavors of strawberry, lemon and mint. Prices range from $12 to $30.
Ring in Easter Sunday Mexican style. Rocco’s Tacos offers guests a full sensory Mexican dining experience highlighting dishes including Huevos Rancheros Divorciados ($13) and a Wet Burrito con Huevos ($12) alongside $12 endless mimosas or Bloody Marys to enjoy amongst friends and loved ones. Sunday Brunch is offered from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Boca Raton – 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton, FL | 561.416.2131
West Palm Beach –224 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL | 561.650.1001
Palm Beach Gardens – 5090 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL | 561.623.0127
Delray Beach – 110 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 | 561.416.2131
Orlando – 7468 W Sandlake Road, Orlando, FL 32836 | 407.226.0550
This Easter Sunday, come into Steak 954 for a special meal accompanied by stunning ocean views. Savory dishes include the Crab and Avocado Benedict with tomato hollandaise ($18), the Short Rib Benedict on potato pancake ($15), Cuban Style Egg Sandwich with a fried egg ($14), and Vanilla French Toast with dulce de leche ($14). Guests are also encouraged to pair their savory meal with Steak 954’s newest brunch cocktails: highlights include The Layover ($14), Thames Lemonde ($14) and Le Japonais ($14).