Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Easter In Miami

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Trying to figure out where to celebrate Easter the haute way? Check out these top picks  with egg hunts, champagne and brunch galore.

1 The Breakers Palm Beach

The Breakers Palm Beach truly makes Easter an all-day affair. Adults can enjoy tennis and golf tournaments after dropping the kids off at the Breakers kids’ camp where they’ll have a day filled with egg hunts and crafting. Their over-the-top brunch begins at 11, but try to resist over-indulging on the bubbly; there's a sunset bike tour offered to adults through historic Palm Beach.
1 S County Rd, Palm Beach 561.655.6611

2 Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Miami’s most iconic hotel is offering an Easter brunch like we’ve never seen. Prior to the family egg hunt, award-winning restaurants Scarpetta and Vida are offering traditional brunch fare, as well as some unconventional favorites. Scarpetta’s Italian menu features a pasta station, carving station with roasted lamb and an extensive assortment of antipasti. For the more traditional crowd, Vida offers an omelet station, a variety of salads and a carving station that could rival any top steak house. For the sweet tooth, the Fontainebleau’s in-house patisserie, Solo, is preparing a specialty Easter assortment that's sure to be amazing.
4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach 305.538.2000

3 Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove

Enjoy a day at the Ritz-Carlton, beginning with brunch at 10:30 a.m. Adults can take advantage of the bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary bar before the little ones begin the Easter egg hunt. The hunt takes place through the lushly landscaped fountain courtyard and activities continue until 1.

4 Ladurée Easter Collection

Known for their delectable macarons, Ladurée has unveiled their newest collection of confections: the Easter Collection. The Bell Dessert would satisfy any sweet tooth with its chocolate biscuit, bergamot orange cream, bergamot jam and Dominican chocolate mousse with crispy praline slivers. Two new cameo eggs are offered in both dark and milk chocolate and the La Cloche Lapin contains an Easter surprise. You won’t be able to resist once you see Ladurée’s beautiful French-inspired shop.
1118 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach 786.275.6621

5 The James Royal Palm

The James Royal Palm’s Easter extravaganza begins on Friday with kid's crafts and carries over to Saturday with outdoor cookie decorating. The real fun begins on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with the Beach Easter Egg Hunt, followed by a Champagne brunch at Florida Cookery. Guests can enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny and indulgences like a waffle and doughnut station.
1545 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
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