This Easter, the theme is “indulgence.” To make sure you indulge in the best way possible, head to one of these haute Miami haunts for an Easter Sunday brunch to keep you hopping all year long.
StripSteak by Michael Mina: This Sunday, head to Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s newest iconic restaurant, StripSteak by Michael Mina, for an Easter indulgence like you’ve never had before. As you enter the restaurant, you’ll be greeted with the locale’s signature cocktail, the “Fizzy Bellboy,” right before being led to your table to munch on everything from fresh baked breads and pastries, to appetizers of braised bacon with tempura oyster, jicama salad and sweet soy glaze, and duck and ricotta cavatelli with black trumpet mushrooms, parmesan and butternut squash. Full? Don’t be — your celebration is just beginning. With entrées like American Wagyu flat iron steak with a house-made smoked onion steak sauce; butter poached Maine lobster atop toasted sourdough, avocado and hollandaise; and brioche French toast with salted caramel, maple reduction and toasted oat whipped cream, as well as a bar full of unlimited seasonal shellfish, Michael Mina’s tuna tartare, cured meats and gourmet cheeses and desserts, get ready for a Springtime feast you won’t soon forget. Brunch is priced at $68 per person.
StripSteak by Michael Mina is located in the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, at 4441 Collins Avenue.
Bianca at Delano: Ready to get Easter chic? Head to the Delano on Easter Sunday for a special brunch buffet specially created by Bianca at Delano’s Chef Vikram Katoch. With its endless live cooking stations, guests can choose from delicious treats like roast leg of Colorado lamb infused with garlic mint and rosemary Irish yellow mustard glaze; grilled lobster, shrimp and vegetable skewers; flank steak; sliced prosciutto de Parma; and desserts of mini chocolates, tiramisu, macaroons, chocolate mousse and more. Pair your delectable dish with bottomless Clicquot and Belvedere Bloody Mary’s and toast to the holiday amidst an enchanting scene — you’ll even find live bunnies hopping through the surrounding orchard.
Easter brunch at Bianca at Delano is priced at $90 per person, from 11 AM – 4 PM. Bianca is located in the Delano Hotel, at 1685 Collins Avenue.
Morimoto South Beach: At Morimoto South Beach, you can celebrate Easter all day long. To start your day, indulge in an elegant brunch of fresh fruit, yogurt parfaits, citrus poached shrimp, Morimoto assorted sushi, orange and thyme roasted turkey, pepper roasted ribs, brown sugar candied ham, and rock shrimp, pulled pork, and mushroom shallot omelets made to order — and all paired with endless champagne and mimosas. Still in the mood to celebrate? So are they. Morimoto South Beach promises a 5-course Easter dinner that includes carrot and ginger Chawan Mushi with rabbit loin, a lamb belly confit with poached mussels, XO Romesco, minted green garlic and red miso sauce, and much more.
Easter brunch and dinner at Morimoto South Beach with run from Noon – 3 PM and 6 – 11 PM, respectively. Both are priced at $75 per person. Morimoto South Beach is located inside the Shelborne Wyndham Grand, at 1801 Collins Avenue.
Atrio Restaurant + Wine Room: Celebrate Easter amidst unbelievable views at the Conrad Miami’s latest restaurant — Atrio Restaurant + Wine Room. Located on the 25th floor of the hotel, guests will have the chance to indulge in a lavish Easter Brunch that includes bars of shrimp cocktail, sushi, smoked salmon, charcuterie, “Three Sister” green and yellow bean orzo pasta and minted zucchini, a traditional carving station and decadent desserts: including Easter carrot cake, chocolate pudding, sponge cake, lemon curd and roasted strawberry, ginger banana pudding and more.
Easter Brunch at Atrio Restaurant + Wine Room is priced at $75 for adults and $24 for children. The restaurant is located in the Conrad Miami, at 1395 Brickell Avenue.
Quattro Gastronomia Italiana: Sitting in the heart of Miami Beach, the authentic Northern Italian Quattro Gastronomia Italiana invites guests to celebrate Easter with a one-of-a-kind “Pasqua” à la carte menu. Featuring luxurious classics like uova ripiene, deviled egg loaded with tuna tartar, Calvisius caviar, tortellini with sheep ricotta, baby spinach butter and sage sauce, an oven-roasted leg of lamb with rosemary fingerling potatoes and baby rainbow carrots, and more, this Italian hotspot promises not to disappoint. Pair your feast with a glass of one of their finest wines and end it with Quattro’s sweet cherry panna cotta, and we promise you’ll be living “la dolce vita” all Sunday long.
Quattro Gastronomia Italiana is located at 1014 Lincoln Road.