Where To Dine On Easter Sunday In Miami 2018

With Easter Sunday less than a week away, we decided to help you plan your last-minute reservations to celebrate the special holiday. Here, we take a look at some of our favorite and most luxurious destinations offering spectacular brunch options for you and your family to celebrate the occasion.


St. Regis BrunchPhoto Credit: St. Regis Bal Harbour 

The stunning Bal Harbour resort is hosting a special Easter Brunch overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with a delectable menu of Easter favorites including Leg of Lamb, Prime Rib, King Crab Legs, Oysters, Caviar and more. There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt for the children, located on the terrace at La Gourmandise where children can partake in the fun and festive tradition to hunt eggs filled with candy throughout the terrace. This is complimentary for hotel guests. Later in the day, guests can join in on a special St. Regis Afternoon Tea with the Easter Bunny at La Gourmandise.


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The Spanish-inspired, Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant will be hosting a gorgeous Easter Sunday brunch, where guests can dine with views of the ocean at the restaurant’s outdoor terrace space. Delicious menu items include the huevos rancheros made with local farm eggs and the famed black truffle and fontina pizza, plus so much more. Add a bottomless cocktail package to enhance your brunch experience and choose between Bloody Marys, Bellinis and Mimosas.


Vida at FontainebleauPhoto Credit: Fontainebleau Miami Beach

The Fontainebleau‘s Vida restaurant will be hosting a special Easter extravaganza on Sunday from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. with a gourmet brunch buffet priced at $68/person for adults and $34 for children that includes a raw bar, carving stations, desserts and more. In addition to brunch, the property will also host a large Easter Egg Hunt from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at the hotel’s kids pool, offered to families staying in the hotel or visiting Vida for Easter brunch. After the hunt, kids are invited to stay to play games, partake in crafts, dance to live music and many more fun activities.


Jaya at The SetaiPhoto Credit: Jaya at The Setai

Head to Miami’s iconic hotel, The Setai, for a gorgeous outdoor Easter brunch filled with live jazz music and gourmet buffet options. Highlights include a rotisserie station featuring 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 showcasing butter chicken and fish curry; and an Asian station with pad thai goong sod, red pork curry, and assortment of gyoza and dumplings. To top if all off, there will be a full dessert station filled with chocolate and marshmallow Easter Eggs. The Easter Bunny will also being making a visit to guests during the brunch. Brunch is priced at $125/person and $65/child.


Boulud SudPhoto Credit: Evan Sung

Daniel Boulud‘s newest Miami eatery will be celebrating its first Easter Sunday with a very special brunch. In the morning, the kids will be able to take part in an Easter Egg Hunt where they will be greeted by the Easter bunny, provided with colorful baskets and the chance to win a grand prize for whoever collects the most eggs. Inside, guests can enjoy a $55/person three-course Mediterranean-inspired brunch menu with specialties like the Spring Agnolotti, Roasted Leg of Lamb and Pistachio French Toast. In addition, for $35, guests are welcome to enjoy unlimited brunch cocktail option featuring Bloody Marys, Mimosas and craft cocktails. Also prepared is a unique two-course kids menu including Chocolate Chip Pancakes, Cavatelli Pasta and an Ice Cream Sundae.


KYU LambPhoto Credit: KYU

In honor of the special holiday, Kyu’s beloved Korean-inspired Roasted Lamb Chops will make their way back onto the Easter menu for guests to enjoy in addition to its delicious counterpart of garlic confit. Other sweet and savory menu items include Crispy Banana and Bourbon French Toast with salted butter and maple syrup, Eggs Benedict with yuzu hollandaise and the option of Crab, Crispy Pork or Crispy Kale, and KYU’s “Brunch Benefits” cocktail list featuring Bottomless bottles of prosecco. 


the forgePhoto Credit: The Forge

If you’re not looking for an Easter-themed brunch, but still want to be in a special atmosphere, head to the iconic Forge for an unbeatable meal where you can order a la carte from the menu. Indulge in some of the spot’s delectable dishes like the Miso Marinated Chilean Sea Bass, Pastrami Duck Breast or the decadent Japanese A5 Wagyu Steak and enjoy some of Miami’s best cuisine in an unbeatable atmosphere.