Easter, which falls on Sunday, April 9th , this year, wouldn't be the same without a special brunch with family and friends.
Miami restaurants are offering special Easter brunch options, from entire meals of satisfying staples to signature spreads full of bright spring flavors.
Here, listed in alphabetical order, are the best places to enjoy Easter Sunday brunch in the Magic City this year. Unless otherwise noted, all brunches are on Easter Sunday, April 9th. Taxes and gratuity are not included in the listed price; reservations are strongly suggested.
HABITAT AT 1 HOTEL SOUTH BEACH
THE DINING ROOM AT HABITAT AT 1 HOTEL SOUTH BEACH PHOTO COURTESY OF 1 HOTEL SOUTH BEACH
2341 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-604-1000 1hotels.com/south-beach
Guests can enjoy an all-day Easter brunch menu at Habitat at 1 Hotel South Beach. The three-course, prix-fixe menu features a variety of dishes like seafood picadillo and roasted leg of lamb, along with a special children’s menu for $26 per person. The restaurant will also feature live DJ entertainment and a violinist duo.
Brunch is available from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and costs $55 per person.
ICEBOX CAFE'S DINING ROOM PHOTO BY JUAN FERNANDO
1855 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-538-8448 iceboxcafe.com
At Icebox Cafe's bright and homey indoor/outdoor areas, guests can savor standout brunch items like latke and egg with ham, applewood-smoked bacon, roasted vegetables, mushrooms, and tomato ($19); lemon ricotta pancakes with a side of bacon ($19), salmon platter with a bagel of choice ($22), and curried chicken breast with jasmine rice and roasted vegetables ($29). Bottomless options of mimosas, bloody marys, or rosé are served for $27 per person.
Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PHOTO COURTESY OF NIKKEI OSAKA IN BRICKELL, MIAMI
Osaka Nikkei is the place to be for Easter; enjoy a unique Nikkei brunch on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., which combines the flavors of Peruvian and Japanese cultures. Exquise foods available at Osaka's brunch include ceviches, tiraditos, nigiris, makimonos, and more typical breakfast items such as Avocado Brasa, Chicharron bao seto, Wagyu burger, and more.
Guests can choose to sit outside and enjoy the views of Brickell Bay or inside and appreciate the grandeur of Osaka's architecture. For an extra $65, they can choose an all-inclusive, unlimited beverage menu that includes mimosas, bellinis, fireball yoko, and white or red sangria. There are also a la carte options for Pomery Apenage champagne, Soto Junmai Dai Ginjo sake, and Dassai 45 Nigori sake.
1300 Brickell Bay Drive Miami Florida 33131
PHOTO COURTESY OF JUVIA IN MIAMI BEACH
JUVIA, the stunning 10,000 square foot restaurant and lounge on the rooftop of 1111 Lincoln Road's Herzog & de Meuron designed building on South Beach, is the perfect place to celebrate Easter with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean. On Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., guests can enjoy a $90 prix-fixe brunch menu that includes an amuse bouche of crudite with ranch dressing; a choice of appetizers such as truffle avocado toast, hamachi sashimi, crunchy garlic tofu, beef tartare, and watermelon and feta cheese salad; a selection of mains such as branzino yuan yaki, snow crab eggs benedict, and more.
Guests can also opt for optional add-ons like a bread box for $15 and 2-hour bottomless mimosas, bellinis, proseccos, and margaritas for $50.
1111 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 33139 (305) 763-8272
AMBERSWEET AT THE CONFIDANTE
PHOTO COURTESY OF AMBERSWEET AT THE CONFIDANTE MIAMI BEACH
Inside The Confidante Miami Beach, Ambersweet offers a fantastic Easter Sunday brunch buffet. Guests can enjoy classics with a twist like Spring Benedict, with prosciutto, asparagus, a rich Hollandaise sauce, or Truffled Eggs, with Truffle Tartuffo and smoky paprika. Ambersweet also has a selection of mimosas to pick from, whether you prefer a standard or a Vodka or Tequila mimosa.
4041 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33140 (305) 424-1234
LE JARDINIER'S PATIO PHOTO COURTESY OF LE JARDINIER
151 NE 41st St., Miami 305-402-9060 lejardinier-miami.com
Le Jardinier will feature a special three-course prix-fixe Sunday brunch menu in celebration of Easter. For the first course, guests may choose from spring rabbit terrine with baby greens, chilled pea soup with mint, or white asparagus with king salmon. The main course options include roast leg of lamb with crispy potatoes, pea coulis, and carrots; and a dish of mushroom cavatelli with spring peas and beans. For dessert, guests will have a choice between mango crémeux, pistachio sablé, dark chocolate and caramel sabayon, or plant-based ice cream.
Brunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and costs $130.
SEAWELL FISH N' OYSTER
SEAWELL FISH N’ OYSTER'S OUTDOOR PATIO PHOTO COURTESY OF KIMPTON ANGLER’S MIAMI BEACH
60 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 786-594-5820 seawellmiami.com
On Easter Sunday, this seafood-centric eatery in South Beach will serve special dishes in addition to its regular brunch menu. Guests can start their meal with a lobster cobb with tomato, cucumber, cotija, and avocado drizzled with dill dressing ($32); followed by a crab cake benedict accompanied by sautéed spinach and herb hollandaise ($28),; and French toast, strawberries and whipped cream ($17). A selection of rosé bottles will be available for $40 and an option of bottomless spritzers will cost $21.
Brunch is served from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
THE SURF CLUB RESTAURANT
A DISH AT THE SURF CLUB PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SURF CLUB
9011 Collins Ave., Surfside 305-768-9440 surfclubrestaurant.com
The Surf Club Restaurant will serve a brunch feast for $125 a person. Curated by chef Thomas Keller, the meal will begin with dishes to share, followed by a choice of fried chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, or lobster rolls, amongst other options.
Brunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations are strongly suggested.