Where to Eat on Easter Sunday: 7 Holiday Brunches

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Easter is upon us, and that means only one thing: Easter brunch. There’s no shortage of holiday brunches this year, so we’ve rounded up some selections to make your decision a whole lot easier.

Check out the following brunch options and celebrate Easter with a happy stomach.

Tongue & Cheek

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On Sunday, Tongue & Cheek will be offering a special Easter brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The menu, which costs $35 per person or $65 for two, features tasty items like spring lamb with creamy spring peas and maple glazed carrots, deviled eggs with American caviar, and Meyer lemon ricotta cheesecake. Guests can also expect Easter baskets, house-made peeps and some other holiday treats, too.

If you’d rather order a la carte, T&C’s regular menu will be available as well. For more info, give the restaurant a call at 305-704-2900.

 

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

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Easter specials abound at Midtown’s Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill. The kitchen, helmed by Executive Chef Timon Balloo, will be serving up a number of holiday goodies including vanilla-studded sweet Easter bread, skillet with jam and butter ($8); crab Benedict with brioche and hollandaise sauce ($19); roasted pepper shakshuka with organic eggs and crumbled feta ($19); and grilled lamp chops with yogurt and pomegranate relish ($16).

Contact the restaurant at 786-369-0353 for reservations.

 

Pascal’s on Ponce / Brasserie Central

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Pascal’s on Ponce is teaming up with sister restaurant Brasserie Central for their  first annual Easter in the Courtyard at The Village of Merrick Park. Between 11 a.m. – 5 p.m, guests will be treated to a $45 three-course prix fixe meal designed by Chef Pascal Oudin and BC Executive Chef Fabian Micard that includes favorites from both restaurants.

Brunch items include Salade Lyonnaise (Frisee lettuce, soft poached egg, bacon lardon and croutons),  Oeufs Florentine (poached eggs, ham spinach, hollandaise sauce, toasted baguette), and Galette de Sarrasin Au Jambon et Fromage (buckwheat crepes with ham, bechamel and gruyere cheese). Bottomless mimosas are included. For reservations, call 786-536-9386.

 

DB Bistro

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Celebrate Easter Sunday at Downtown’s DB Bistro with a $52 3-course prix fixe brunch ($30 for children under 10). The special brunch, which is taking place from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., will feature dishes like salt-roasted leg of lamb, Guinea hen terrine, herb-crusted chicken and mixed berry parfait.

Call 305-421-8800 to reserve your table.

 

La Mar by Gaston Acurio

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A Peruvian-inspired affair awaits diners at Brickell Key’s La Mar inside the Mandarin Oriental. From noon to 3:30 p.m., Chef Diego Oka will be cooking a number of specialties including Churrasco a Lo Pobre (Ribeye Angus beef, chimichurri, beans and rice tacu-tacu, egg and fried banana) as well as lomo saltado and fried egg.

Holiday activities during the brunch include an 11 a.m. Easter egg hunt on the hotel’s private beach and Easter Bunny photo ops from noon to 2 p.m. Standard brunch prices apply ($85/$120; both include unlimited champagne and brunch cocktails). $55 for children (kids under 6 are free).

 

The Local Craft Food & Drink

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This Coral Gables haunt has been running a successful Roast and Toast Brunch Series, and this Sunday’s brunch looks to continue that trend with its special Easter edition. Chef Phillip Bryant has teamed up with Harpoon Brewery for the $60 4-course holiday menu, pairing dishes like his smoked Florida sturgeon en brodo and rabbit bratwurst with brews such as UFO Big Squeeze Shandy and Gingerland.

Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at 305-648-5687.

 

Bocce

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Enjoy a scrumptious Italian brunch crafted by Chef Nunzio Fuschillo at Bocce in Midtown Miami. From 11:30 a.m.. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, diners can dig into special Easter dishes like the Parmigiana di Melanzane (oven-baked eggplant parmigiana), Brasato di Manzo (braised short ribs, English pea purée and horseradish), and ricotta pancakes with strawberry stew and orange honey. Throughout the afternoon, kids can also partake in egg decorating.

The brunch costs $34 for adults and $15 for kids. For an additional $15, guests can take advantage of unlimited prosecco. Make your reservation by calling 786-245-6211.

Where will you be spending Easter brunch?