Miami Easter Dining Guide 2016

db Bistro Moderne

This Easter, gather friends and family and join db Bistro Moderne for a sumptuous three-course brunch. Begin with your choice from a selection of five appetizers including Mixed Berry Parfait with almond granola or Arugula Cavatelli with ricotta, tomato and lemon. Entrée highlights include savory Lobster Risotto with asparagus, mascarpone and confit lemon or traditional Roasted Leg of Lamb with spring onions, carrots and snap peas. Four decadent dessert options including White Chocolate Panna Cotta with apricot bavarois, halva candy, carrot cake peanut butter ice cream or Chocolate Fondant topped with caramel sauce, chocolate tuile and coffee ice cream perfectly round out the meal. Easter brunch is priced at $50 per person, $35 for children under the age of 12. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 305.421.8800.

Verde at Perez Art Museum Miami

Dine alfresco overlooking Biscayne Bay surrounded by natural beauty & art Chef Kaytlin Brakefield will feature two special dishes during Verde’s Easter brunch on Sunday, March 27. Specials include appetizer of Grilled Asparagus, poached egg and prosciutto and entree of Porchetta with herb watercress salad. Guests are invited to dine indoors or on the terrace overlooking Miami’s Biscayne Bay. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 786.345.5697


KYU, Wynwood’s exciting new asian-inspired wood-fired grill, recently launched Sunday brunch. The Asian-inspired wood-fired grill will feature staples that have quickly become favorites on KYU’s menu including Crisp Crab Steamed Bun; Grilled Octopus, hearts of Palm, Red Onion and Sudachi Lime; and Pork and Shitake Gyoza, Smoked Truffle Ponzu. “Breakfasty” items will include Banana and Bourbon French Toast with salted butter and maple syrup; Steak & Eggs with fire roasted kimchi and sides like Duck Sausage and Maple-Schicimi Bacon. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 786.577.0150.

Terrazza at Shore Club

Celebrate Easter Sunday with family and friends over a delicious holiday spread curated by Chef Steve Rhee at Terrazza at Shore Club. This prix fixe menu gives guests an array of options including a live raw bar; charcuterie and cheese station, live pasta, omelet and carving station; assorted pizzas & more! The menu is $58 per guest, this includes unlimited for ladies, $20 up charge for men. To book your table, call 305.695.3226.

Bianca at Delano South Beach

The total family package for Easter Sunday brunch is at Bianca at Delano South Beach. The menu is $85 per guest, $45 for kids under the age of 12. Enjoy endless amounts Veuve Clicquot and Belvedere Vodka Bloody Marys. There will be two Easter egg hunts throughout the morning/afternoon and live bunnies in the Orchard for children – perfect for a photo opportunity! Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 305.674. 5752.

Mondrian South Beach

Mondrian South Beach is known for outstanding views! Enjoy the Easter Sunday sunshine bayside with a Chef Dustin Atoigue’s brunch selections including cold press juices by Juicee, Cinnamon Bun French Toast, Crab Cake Benedict and House Made yogurt Parfait. Relax in a cabana after brunch with Mondrian’s reggae-driven pool party or refresh at agua spa. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 305.514.1500.

The Continental

A variable easter egg of colors, The Continental has become a go-to brunch destination since its fall launch. For Easter Brunch The Continental will feature easter egg hunts at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; egg coloring sheets for kids; and an on-site Easter Bunny with fun easter-themed parting gifts. The menu features a variety of bottomless bubbly brunch drinks including traditional mimosas, mango, guava, pineapple and passion fruit; or bottomless bloody marys for $25. Favorite brunch dishes include avocado toast on Zak the Baker bread, Huevos Rancheros and perfect pancakes with seasonal fruit. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 305.604.2000.

Jaya at The Setai

Jaya at The Setai, Miami Beach is celebrating Easter Sunday with an elaborate and lavish brunch featuring live Jazz music. Jaya will host two seatings at 11:45 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Priced at $115 per adult and $58 per child, guests will indulge in an array of different options and Pan-Asian delicacies, including a rotisserie station with 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 featuring Butter Chicken and Fish Curry; and Asian station with Pad Thai Goong Sod, Gaeng Ped Moo (Red Pork Curry), and Chai Kway Teow (fried flat noodles). Patrons can also savor limitless Louis Roederer Champagne and Bloody Mary’s. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call 855.923.7899.


James Beard award winning restaurant, Juvia Miami, will feature their $23 pre-fixe regular lunch menu on Easter, which also includes unlimited champagne cocktails. Items on the menu include watermelon salad, seared codfish and rib eye steak frite. Guests are invited to enjoy the indoor and outdoor bar and dining room and panoramic views of Miami. Reservations are recommended. To book your table, please call, 305.763.8272.

Le Zoo

Stephen Starr’s newest South Florida restaurant will celebrate Easter with a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Kids and guests will also be invited to a do-it-yourself Easter decorating station. Le Zoo’s regular brunch menu will be available with a special addition of a Chocolate Mousse Egg milk chocolate mousse, hazelnut ganache, salted caramel. Chef Craig Wallen’s brunch menu including eggs benedict and poached egg basquaise with creamy polenta and prosciutto, French onion soup, escargots, and steak frites. An extensive raw bar and inspired cocktail list round out the menu for the ultimate brunch experience.


Put on your Sunday best and head to Makoto for a long and lovely lunch. The Bal Harbour hotspot is an ideal location to enjoy the sun and linger over a family style lunch. Guests looking to keep the kids occupied can enjoy interactive dishes including the Kobe Beef that is cooked tableside on a hot river stone and Makoto’s recently launched “Build Your Own Handroll.” Reservatoins are recommended. To book your table, please call

Pisco y Nazca

Change up your Easter Sunday and head to Pisco y Nazca for a Peruvian experience. This chic gastrobar is offering special Easter menu items beginning March 24th until the 30th. Guests can start the evening by sipping on the Que Piña cocktail featuring Belvedere vodka, St. Germain, pineapple juice and star anise. The Easter menu includes Ceviche Tropical, Picante de Mariscos, Pescado Pachamanquero and Arroz Dulcesito. This menu is sure to get you in the mood for Spring!

15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar

Why should kids have all the fun on Easter? Instead of traditional holiday fare and egg hunt, 15th &Vine Kitchen and Bar invites guests to hop over for the ultimate sophisticated Easter brunch celebration along with an “Eye Candy” hunt in partnership with TOMS. Brunch highlights include Dim Sum; Vermicelli-Shrimp, Carrot, Daikon and Cashew Salad; Lamb Shank with Coconut Curry Sauce; Hilachas Short Ribs in Tomato-Tomatillo Sauce; Stuffed Dates and Baklava for dessert, among many other delectable choices. Take advantage of TOMS signature cocktails for $10 each, Veuve Clicquot RICH bottle specials, and bottomless mimosas or Bloody Mary’s for $15. Brunch is served from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 27, 2016. The cost is $79 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Reservations are required by contacting 305-503-0373 or


Novecento’s Easter specials will include an la carte brunch featuring an Argentinean Parrillada. Highlights include Empanadas De Vigilia with tuna, potatoes, shallots turnover pastries; Salmon Bisque with creamy salmon soup; Cazuela De Mariscos with squid, mussels, octopus, white fish in a tomato broth, served with jasmine rice; Pavlova with crusty meringue, dulce de leche, whipped cream, strawberries and blueberries sauce.

Palmeiras Beach Club at Grove Isle

Palmeiras will offer an Easter brunch menu from 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. After 4 p.m., an all-day Easter menu will be offered for dinner. Menu highlights include Greek Style Frittata with spinach, tomato, feta, oregano, choice of sausage or bacon, served with hash browns; Branzino with golden skin, garlic broccolini, baby zucchini, grape tomatoes, baby carrots, saffron garlic sauce; Cape Cod Mussels with tomato garlic broth, shallots, basil and crostini.

SUGARCANE raw bar grill

In celebration of Easter, SUGARCANE will have a la carte dishes ($7-17) in addition to the full signature brunch and dinner menu. Highlights include Easter Bread Basket with ham and cheese croissant, strawberry rhubarb turnovers, hot cross buns, mixed berry jam, lemon butter; House-Made Lamb Sausage & Roasted Pepper Quiche; Jorge’s Smoked Ham with yucca fritter, fried egg.

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