Easter is this weekend, and many South Florida restaurants will be open to help you celebrate the holiday. We’ve rounded up a list of local specials that should make your Easter Sunday memorable. Just remember: We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, so details are subject to change. Contact the restaurant directly for the latest information.
Brickell’s favorite neighborhood gastropub: Batch Gastropub is getting ready to hippity-hop into Easter this year on Sunday, April 4th! There are plenty of reasons to love this spring holiday: filled with candy, pastel eggs, posting cute pictures for the Gram, and the biggest one, BRUNCH! Easter offers endless takes on eggs, lamb offerings, and an excuse to drink before noon at an especially celebratory brunch with $20 Bottomless Mimosas, Sangrias & Bellinis for 2 Hours.
If you’re too old to join the kids for egg hunting, hop on into an Easter-inspired brunch where adults can pick an egg from their table and win a special surprise!
Bulla Gastrobar Coral Gables
Spend this Easter brunching at Bulla Gastrobar Coral Gables. This year,Bulla will be taking brunch reservations starting at 10:00AM and serving some of the restaurant’s favorites. Some items brunch goers can indulge in this Easter include pan con tomate, huevos bulla, patatas bravas, paella mixta, and hazelnut waffles.
The rustic seafood eatery Burlock Coast Seafare & Spirits invites families to enjoy an Easter Sunday family-style Brunch from 12PM to 5PM.
For $79 per adult, $49 per child, ages 5 – 12 (excluding tax and gratuity), guests will start with Spring Pea Salad with Prosciutto, shaved radish, fennel, farm greens, basil and white balsamic vinaigrette; and Hot Smoked Fish Dip in Bread Boule with garlic crostini.
The main course is a delicious Honey Roasted Ham and Grilled Faroe Island Salmon with sides – scalloped potatoes with leeks; honey and sumac roasted baby carrots; and grilled asparagus with shaved parmesan and lemon zest. Complete your feast with a Lemon Custard Pie with Amaretto cookie crumbs, lemon curd and fresh raspberries.
Copper 29 Bar
Brunch with a side of Chemistry will leave you saying “Hoppy Easter!” On Sunday, April 4, gather the crew and head on over for a delicious brunch special at Copper 29 Bar from 12 to 4pm! With bottomless mimosas, mojitos, pinot grigio, merlot, and Bloody Mary’s for just $25, and an amazing DJ lineup, you’re guaranteed to leave stuffed like an Easter egg from the delicious menu items.
Celebrating late? Happy Hour at Copper 29 Bar runs from 5 to 7pm, every Sunday! Make your reservations on OpenTable and bring all your eggs in the basket for Easter Sunday brunch at Copper 29 Bar!
Spend your Easter Dinner with COTE Miami, America’s first KOREAN STEAKHOUSE™ which recently unveiled at the entrance of the Miami Design District.
On Sunday, April 4 from 5 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. experience COTE’s dinner menu featuring handpicked, USDA Prime cuts as well as American and A5 Japanese Wagyu from Miyazaki Prefecture, all of which are dry-aged for a minimum of 45 days in COTE’s red-light, dry-aging room; or opt for special Easter offerings including:
• Japanese A5 Wagyu Tenderloin (filet mignon) $40/ounce – the tête the cuvée of steak cuts, from the pinnacle of beef grilled tableside!
• Maine Scallops $9/piece – plump and tender Maine diver scallops grilled tableside! The perfect start to the night, or an added “surf” to your “turf.”
• Australian Lamb Chops $18/piece – tender and juicy chops grilled with the bone on our tableside grills.
Fuego y Mar at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
This year, Fuego y Mar located at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is hosting an Easter brunch for locals and hotel guests from 12:00PM to 6:00PM for $150 for adults and $75 for children 6 to 12 years old.
Some offerings brunch goers may indulge in include brunch classics such as chilled seafood (gulf shrimp, island creek oysters, and crab claws), caviar, a sushi station, an Iberico station, a grill station (with chorizo, Argentinian sausage, and grilled seafood), a carving station (with leg of lamb, snapper, and prime rib), a benedict station, and hot side dishes such as garlic mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts, and cilantro basmati rice.
There will also be live entertainment to accompany the brunch.
For Easter weekend tuck into a delectable brunch fusion by Chef Oscar del Rivero! It’s the perfect time to indulge in a boozy bottomless brunch. Who loves fresh fruit mimosa on a weekend morning? A variety of mimosa flavors awaits; Very Berry (All-berries), Tropical (Mango and Pineapple), and the classic mimosa; choose your flavor and CHEERS! Jaguar’s brunch offers savoury options such as Huevos Rancheros, Latinos-Benedictinos, Churrasco a Caballo, their famous Chilaquiles and many more.
Bring the Latin American culture to your Easter weekend brunch! You are guaranteed a great time with a welcoming ambiance surrounded by your family and friends! Your Easter ultimate bottomless BRUNCH! Timing 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm, reservations are highly recommended.
Jaya at The Setai
Jaya at The Setai will be offering an Easter themed version of their beloved jazz brunch on Sunday, April 4. Priced at $145 per person/$65 for children 5-12 years old (excluding tax and gratuity), the brunch features a copious Grand Buffet, with stations including raw bar seafood, sushi station, Asian specialties including Thai curries, Dim Sum, Indian entrees rotisserie and sumptuous desserts including liquid nitrogen ice cream, all served by staff attendants.
Free-flowing Louis Roederer Brut is also included for the adults and there will be a special guest appearance by the Easter Bunny, who will entertain the kids following an 11AM Easter Egg hunt. Brunch will be served from 11:30AM until 3:30PM and reservations are highly recommended.
This Eater, transport yourself to the idyllic sidewalk cafes of Southern France by visiting Le Zoo Bal Harbour for brunch! From 11:30am to 4:00pm Le Zoo will be serving brunch favorites such as gruyere omelette, eggs benedict, and french toast. Staple French plates will also be available during brunch such as escargots, onion soup gratinee, and nicoise salad. Children will also enjoy Easter brunch a little extra this year with a cookie decorating table.
Makoto Bal Harbour
This year, indulge in a not so typical Easter lunch by visiting Makoto at Bal Harbour for an authentic Japanese food experience. Makoto will be opening from 11:30am to 11:00pm and serving customer favorites’ such as spicy tuna crispy rice, crispy chicken dumplings, short rib yaki noodles, and wagyu hot stone. The Easter bunny will also be making a special appearance!
This Easter Sunday, head over to Coconut Grove hotspot Navé for a spectacular Sunday Brunch complete with inventive seafood dishes, house-made pastas, wood-fired pizzas, and specialty breakfast items.
The stunning indoor/outdoor eatery, which recently launched Sunday Brunch, will be offering a handful of Easter specials – available for dine-in and takeout – in addition to the signature a la carte brunch menu. Delicious signature brunch items include crab toast benedict with Filone bread, Old Bay hollandaise, poached eggs; hot fried snapper with Pullman bread, coleslaw, pickles; smoked whitefish pizza with crème fraiche, red onion, capers, smoked trout roe; and a selection of fresh raw bar items.
Since no brunch is complete without boozy concoctions, Navé is offering an array of creative cocktails such as Elderflower Spritz – Fiorente elderflower, Lillet Blanc, sparkling wine; Italiano – Cappaletti, Mancino Chinato, soda; and Corpse Reviver #2 – gin, Cocchi Americano, Cointreau, lemon, absinthe, among others. A selection of wine from the eatery’s notable wine list is also available. Brunch is served Sundays from 11AM to 3PM.
From 11am till 4pm, enjoy delicious bites from our Amazing Sundays Brunch selection and sip on delicious springtime cocktails under the sun. The Amazing Sundays Brunch selection will feature specialty menu items such as Roasted Braised Lamb alongside weekly brunch offerings like savory prime rib, whole roast pork, omelettes, waffles, house pickled vegetables, pasta and a vast selection of pastel-hued and Easter themed desserts.
Easter Brunch will be offered Sunday, April 4th from 11am to 4pm for $65 per person. Easter Sunday will also feature pop-ups from Ben & Guiles Design, a home decor brand that actively supports local and indigenous communities from around the world, as well as Zoom Blooms Floral for the perfect spring arrangement.
In need of some sweet Easter treats for that special somebunny? Sugar Factory has you covered. Order the SomeBunny Loves You Bucket online, and have it delivered straight to your friends and family this Easter. Your loved ones can indulge on a variety of colorful and sweet Spring treats including marshmallow Peeps, a Hershey’s cookies n’ cream bunny, a Hershey’s chocolate bunny, Starbursts, Hubba Bubba bubble tape, springtime fun dip, a Reese’s Pieces candy bag, and two sugar factory candy bags filled with Sour Patch Kids and gummy sour worms.
Tigertail + Mary
Tigertail + Mary will be hosting a ticketed brunch event. At $100 per person, the brunch includes:
– Family-style feast of appetizers and baked goods, choice of entrée, family-style desserts
– Non-alcoholic beverages such as juice, coffee, tea, sodas
– Tax and Gratuity
Celebrate Easter at Toro Toro, chef/restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse, with an unlimited Pan-Latin Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 4 from 12PM to 4PM. The enhanced culinary experience, curated by Executive Chef Jean Delgado, features chef attended action stations for the whole family including Salad and Omelet Stations, chef’s choice Carving Station offering leg of lamb and Tomahawk pork chop, and a Seafood Station offering fresh stone crabs and shrimp cocktail.
For the occasion, Toro Toro will also offer Cevicheria Station featuring assorted ceviche; a Rodizio Station offering achiote chicken, smoked brisket, sausages & chorizo, baked eggs and jambalaya rice; and a Churro Waffles Station. The decadent experience finishes with Bananas Foster, Churro Waffles, Carrot Cake and a Chocolate Fountain for dessert and a grand Gummy Bear and Candy display for the kids. Easter brunch will be priced at $79 per person; $39 per child ages 6-12, excluding additional drinks, tax and gratuity. Bottomless Mimosas will also be on offer for $10 per person.
Wild Fork’s suggested Easter menu with delicious easy-to-make recipes makes cooking for your family fun and stress free. Ensure your loved ones have a safe holiday to remember with choices like a mouthwatering Boneless Berkshire Smoked Ham; Antibiotic Free Garlic Rosemary Seasoned Lamb Rack; Black Angus Beef Flat Brisket or seafood options like Tilapia or Gravadlax Smoked Salmon. Sides ready to heat up include items like Maple Sriracha Brussels Sprouts; Sweet Potato Cream & Cheese Gratin; Whole Green Beans and more.
And don’t forget your sweet treat like Key Lime Pie or Chocolate Mousse. Wild Fork’s Easter selections offer the brand’s signature high quality products at an affordable price. Same day delivery or in-store pick up available for those who order online; or shop in-store at one of South Florida’s eight (8) locations – Boynton Beach, Sunrise, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Doral, Coral Gables, Pinecrest and West Kendall.