The Best Easter Brunches in Miami 2021


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If you ask someone in Miami what their favorite food is, you will likely hear “brunch”. So it only makes sense that this lovely combination of breakfast and lunch items would give us a reason to celebrate them alongside one of the biggest holidays of the year: Easter Sunday.

Easter Sunday is not only known for the egg hunt and the Easter bunny. In Miami, restaurants everywhere celebrate with vacation-themed brunches that feature sumptuous spreads and special menus.

In alphabetical order, here are the best places to enjoy Easter Sunday brunch in Magic City this year. (Unless otherwise stated, all brunches take place on Easter Sunday, April 4th. Taxes and tips are not included in the list price. Reservations are strongly recommended.)

Try festive cocktails on Easter Sunday at Amara at Paraiso.EXPAND

Try festive cocktails on Easter Sunday at Amara at Paraiso.

Photo courtesy of Amara in Paraiso

On Sunday April 4th, Amara in Paraiso is offering a special Easter brunch. The event with ticket includes a family feast with starters and baked goods, a selection of starters and desserts. Starters include braised chicken empanadas and smoked fish dip. Starters include brioche french toast, as well as soft scrambled eggs and caviar. Unlimited soft drinks – juice, coffee, tea, sodas – are included. Amara also offers a selection of holiday cocktails at an additional cost. Brunch is served from 11am to 3pm and costs $ 150 per person. Buy brunch tickets online in advance.

Fuego y Mar at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach

1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach

This year the Ritz-Carlton South Beach Resort-Restaurant Fuego y Mar is offering an extensive buffet. The offer includes brunch classics with numerous upscale extras, including chilled seafood (golf prawns, Island Creek oysters and crab claws), caviar, a sushi station and an Iberico ham station. There is a choice of products from a grill station (with chorizo, Argentine sausage and grilled seafood), a carving station (with leg of lamb, snapper and prime rib) and an egg benedict station. The cherry on top: live entertainment to make the afternoon festive. Brunch is served from noon to 6pm and costs $ 150 for adults and $ 75 for children ages 6-12. Children under 6 eat for free.

Celebrate Easter at the Versace Mansion.

Celebrate Easter at the Versace Mansion.

Photo courtesy of Villa Casa Casuarina

Celebrate Easter at Gianni’s, the legendary restaurant in the Villa Casa Casuarina in the former Versace Mansion. On Sunday April 4th, Gianni’s will be offering lunch and dinner à la carte in several extravagant dining areas, including the Garden Dining Room, the Roman Room with romantic statues, in the inner courtyard and on the terrace with a view of the one with mosaics filled pool and garden. Typical dishes include spaghetti pomodoro, truffle gnocchi, fried Chilean sea bass with sautéed spinach, Australian lamb chops with fried potatoes and mixed baby vegetables, and a T-bone porterhouse for two with fried potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Signature cocktails and wine pairings are available at an additional cost. Lunch is served from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

The Jaya at the Setai is offering an extravagant version of its popular Easter-themed jazz brunch on Sunday 4th April. The brunch offers a large buffet with a raw food bar and sushi. Asian and Indian specialties include traditional and non-traditional dishes, from Indian curries to Chinese dim sum. Also expect free flowing sparkling wine, mimosas, and bloody marys. Ice cream with liquid nitrogen is offered in a dessert station. After an Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m., the Easter bunny will appear surprisingly to entertain the children. Brunch is served from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm and costs $ 145 per adult and $ 65 per child ages 5 to 12. Children under 5 eat for free.

On Sunday April 4th, Michaels Genuine will serve a special Easter brunch menu. The ticketed event costs USD 120 per person and includes a family feast of starters and baked goods, a selection of starters, family desserts and soft drinks. Starters include shrimp and chorizo ​​arancini, as well as golden gravlax with crème fraîche. Starters are grilled lamb and crab cake eggs benedict; The family desserts include fresh strawberries, Nutella flan as well as matcha brownies and guava pastelitos. Brunch is served from 11am to 3pm and costs $ 120 per person. Buy brunch tickets online in advance.

Waterfront dining room of the Rusty PelicanEXPAND

Waterfront dining room of the Rusty Pelican

Photo courtesy of the Rusty Pelican

Rusty Pelican’s Easter Brunch Festive Menu features a sharing appetizer platter that includes snow crab and prawn cocktails, crushed avocado and marinated tomato and ricotta tartines, croissants, charcuterie, and more. For the main course, each guest can choose between a starter, including fillet and egg benedict, lobster and waffles, or crab cake benedict. Finish your meal with a dessert platter for the table that includes a selection of Easter eggs, carrot cake, lemon meringue tarts, chocolate-salted caramel tarts, and café con leche. Bottomless mimosas are offered for an additional $ 25 per person. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and costs $ 89 for adults and $ 35 for children ages 6-12. Children under 6 eat for free.

Chef Thomas Keller’s restaurant has a special Prix Fixe menu for Easter Sunday, which is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a price of USD 125 per person. The meal starts with a family selection of pastries, fruit cocktail, and a choice of raw bars (substitute caviar instead of raw bar items for an additional $ 170). The meal continues with entrees that include fried chicken and waffles, crab eggs benedict, steak and eggs, or a Maine lobster louie. Finish the meal with a selection of family-style desserts, including a Tahitian vanilla cream brûlée Pain Perdu and homemade rainbow sorbet made from lime, raspberry, and tangerine.

Chef / restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s pan-Latin American steakhouse offers an unlimited Easter brunch curated by Chef Jean Delgado. The stations visited by the chef include salad and omelet stations, a carving station with leg of lamb and tomahawk pork chop, and a seafood station with fresh stone crabs and prawn cocktail. Toro Toro will also offer a station with various ceviche, a rodizio station as well as a churro and waffle station. Don’t forget the large gummy bear and candy display for the kids. Brunch is served from noon to 4pm and costs $ 79 for adults and $ 39 for children ages 6-12. Children under 6 eat for free. Bottomless mimosa available at an additional cost of $ 10 per person.

Celebrate Easter with a three-course price in the Verde restaurant of the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Enjoy brunch on the restaurant’s expansive outdoor terrace with great views of Biscayne Bay. Chef Hedy Goldsmith’s latest brunch menu includes blueberry and lemon pancakes, smoked salmon benedict served on a homemade latke, Granny Smith apple bread pudding with a salted caramel drizzle, and more. Brunch is served from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM and costs $ 55 for adults and $ 24 for children. Brunch before you buy and a 10 percent discount.

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