Mirabella
Photograph: Moris Moreno

The best Easter brunch in Miami and festive events around town

Celebrate the end of the Lenten season with an indulgent Easter brunch in Miami and more family-friendly events.

Falyn Wood
Advertising

In Miami, brunch is mandatory, especially on Easter—and we're not complaining. We're sort of known for dressing up and day drinking around here, so it's no surprise this city really shows out for Easter brunch. From the mainland to the beach, you'll find options at a range of price points, vibes and cuisines. Looking for a bottomless brunch in Miami to hit up after the egg hunt? We’ve got that. How about a vibey waterfront restaurant in Miami to offset the serious morning you just spent at church? Whatever you’re feeling this Easter, Miami, there’s a brunch for you.

Best Easter brunches in Miami

  • Seafood
  • Omni
  • price 4 of 4

Enjoy Easter brunch al fresco at Klaw’s rooftop terrace with panoramic views of Biscayne Bay. Aside from holiday-appropriate dishes like lobster benedcit, guava and cheese waffles and duck steak and eggs, you'll find photo ops with the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt, face painting and live music perched in the sky. 

  • American
  • Coconut Grove
  • price 3 of 4

Regatta Grove hosts an epic waterfront egg hunt with four rounds—so mom and dad have ample time to sip tropical cocktails and graze from the outdoor venue's assortment of culinary vendors. The hunt kicks off at 12:15 for toddlers and opens to all ages through 2:20pm. Don your Sunday best for a photo op with the Easter Bunny. RSVP for free admission

Advertising
  • Fusion
  • Design District
  • price 4 of 4

Michael Schwartz’s beautiful Edgewater restaurant celebrates Easter with a brunch featuring an egg hunt guided by the Easter bunny himself. While you're there, sample the restaurant's recently updated menu of Latin-inspired dishes and festive menu items by newly appointed Chef Ivan Barros.

  • Coral Gables

Bottomless mimosas, bellinis and beer from 11am until 4pm for just $30? Amen! The Easter brunch at JohnMartin’s Irish Pub in downtown Coral Gables features Irish-inspired fare like an Irish benedict, Dublin hash, shepherds pie and more. 

Advertising

5. Issabella’s

Issabella's on Lincoln Road has curated two special menus for Easter Sunday. By day, enjoy festive, Mediterranean-inspired dishes like beetroot carpaccio, grilled Spanish octopus, crab and herb toast and cacio e pepe eggs made with Sullivan Street sourdough. The Easter Bunny will also be in tow from 1 to 3pm. Or stop in for supper to partake in a seven-course tasting menu ($75) that includes lamb meatballs, lobster ravioli, braised lamb shank, carrot cake and more. 

  • Seafood
  • Miami Beach
  • price 3 of 4

This gorgeous oceanfront seafood restaurant at the historic Eden Roc hotel is serving a special Easter brunch buffet for $85 per adult and $20 per child ages three to 10. Expect classics like omelet and waffle stations, a salad bar, pizza, pasta and more plus an epic Fruit De Mer display featuring shrimp, oysters, crab claws, ceviche and sashimi; a Milk and Honey Station offering carved-to-order Jamon Iberico with pan con tomate, cheese and honey comb; a Caja China Carvery with roast prime rib of picanha, roasted Caja China pork, shawarma and roasted fish; and a dessert bar complete with a chocolate fountain.

Advertising
  • Contemporary American
  • Coconut Grove
  • price 3 of 4

Glass & Vine host its annual Easter egg hunt in the heart of Coconut Grove’s lush Peacock Park. Enjoy your meal (think refreshing classics like branzino and watermelon salad) overlooking the garden as the kiddos roam in search of pastel hued treasures to fill their baskets. The hunt kicks off at 11am. 

  • Global
  • Brickell

Balan's knows Easter is really all about making the little ones smile, which is why, special for the holiday, they're offering up Easter pancakes made with mini eggs and chocolate chips. For the adults, though, they're pulling out the stops with dishes like a Lobster & Caviar Benedict topped with Marky's caviar. Indulge further with 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas for $35 per person. 

Advertising
  • American
  • Overtown

Easter Sunday is the perfect time to experience Red Rooster Overtown's famed gospel brunch (10am to 3pm) when guests can enjoy dishes like jerk salmon toast and biscuits and gravy with the uplifting sounds of a live gospel performance. The restaurant will also host its annual community Easter egg hunt on (March 30, 11:30am), complete with sack races, face painting and ice cream from Marcus Samuelsson's The Creamery next door. Free with RSVP

  • Contemporary Asian
  • South Beach
  • price 4 of 4

Head to the far East this Easter with an indulgent brunch at Jaya. Expect an array of Asian and Mediterranean delights, from  sushi and seafood to grilled meats and made-to-order crêpes, plus plenty of sweets. If you're feeling extra festive, there's even a Spritz Bar. The holiday brunch starts at $125 per person (or $75 for kids ages 5 to 12).

Advertising
  • American
  • Wynwood
  • price 3 of 4

Wynwood staple Le Chick is an ideal Easter stop for brunch favorites like chicken and waffles, steak and eggs and eggs benedict with cured salmon. For drinks, order The Carrot Patch, a spring-inspired cocktail made with mezcal, fresh carrot juice and lime. It's even garnished with a little carrot—the perfect on-theme photo op to break up your feed's endless stream of kids posing with the Easter bunny. While you're there, pick from an assortment of chocolate eggs with prizes inside, like 10% off your next meal or a free drink.

  • Things to do

Take in the garden's full springtime splendor at this family-friendly Easter event at Fairchild. Kids will have their hands full with live music, curated picnic baskets, egg hunts, Cottontail Express train rides, face painting, spin art, bubble bunny hop dance parties, storytime and organized games. Adults can get into the spirit with mimosa flights and other signature cocktails. Please note that the egg hunt is not included in the regular price of admission.

Advertising
  • Italian
  • Design District

Pink-hued Sofia Design District hosts a decadent Easter brunch starting at 11am with holiday-exclusive items like a caviar benedict with Champagne hollandaise for $48. For dessert, go for the panna cotta ($15) made with guava, mango glass, biscotti crumble and coconut sorbet. As usual, bottomless rosé and Champagne packages start at $40 per person. 

  • Italian
  • Coral Gables
  • price 3 of 4

This Italian restaurant on the ground floor of the landmark Hotel St. Michel in Coral Gables celebrates Easter with a special “La Dolce Pasqua” prix-fixe Menu for $59 a person for parties of up to 10 guests. The meal begins with six family-style appetizers followed by a choice of main course and dessert. For $20 per hour, enjoy bottomless prosecco or mimosas for a maximum of two hours. 

Advertising
  • Greek
  • Wynwood
  • price 2 of 4

If you haven't tried Doya's brunch, served every Sunday from noon to 3pm, Easter is a great opportunity to experience the a la carte menu of savory pies, pides, egg dishes and baked-in-house breads served with homemade marmalades and imported cheeses. Or opt for the Aegean Breakfast Table ($68), a generous spread of Mediterranean breakfast delights. On the drinks side, we heard they've added three new champagne cocktails to the lineup. And suddenly we're feeling bubbly.

  • Hotels
  • Spa hotels
  • Miami Beach
  • price 4 of 4

This vibrant coastal Italian spot at the Fontainebleauis offering an oceanfront Easter brunch for $95 per person. The Mirabella deal includes one entree and access to the dessert booth and specialty stations like the salumi and formaggi station, a fresh mozzarella bar, a crudo station and more. 

Advertising
  • Bakeries
  • Wynwood
  • price 1 of 4

Miami's homegrown chain of artisanal donuts has a couple tricks up its sleeve this Easter. Throughout the weekend, hunt for your nearest location to find two specialty flavors for the holiday: the Malted Milk Donut (24-hour egg shaped brioche filled milk chocolate custard with a malted sweet cream glaze topped with crushed malted robin eggs) and the Carrot Cake Donut (24-hour egg shaped brioche filled with carrot cake filling with a cream cheese glaze topped with chunks of homemade carrot cake).

Recommended
    You may also like
    You may also like
    Advertising