Best Miami /South Florida Easter Brunch and Dinner Restaurants

Artisan Beach House at The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami is serving guests a scrumptious brunch buffet from 12PM to 3:30PM on Easter Sunday. Highlights:

For $65 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), diners can  choose  from  an  array  of  delicious  buffet  options  such  as: Honey  Glazed  Ham  from  the  Carving Station; Seasonal Soup; cold starters such as Avocado and Tomato Salad or Smoked Salmon with dill and  crème  fraiche;  Artisan  Meats  and  Cheese; Fresh  Bread  and  Pastries; Seasonal  Fresh  Fruit; Pancakes,  Waffles  and  Omelets  made  to  order  and  hot  bar  items  such  as Black  Truffle  MashedPotatoand Grilled  Corvina  with  reserved lemons.

Of  course,  no  meal  is  complete  without  a variety  of decadent Homemade Desserts to indulge in – so save some room. Space is limited and reservations are required.

For  more information  or  to make  a  reservation, please  email  or call (305)  455-5460. The  Ritz-Carlton,  Bal  Harbour, Miami is  located  at 10295  Collins  Avenue. Telephone: (305) 455-5400;

BLT  Prime,  located  in  the  heart  of  Doral,  is  inviting  guests  to their  elegant  dining  room  this  Easter Sunday  to  enjoy  an  a  la  carte  Blackboard menu  or  a  three-course prix  fixe  menu  option, for $65  per person  (excluding  tax  and  gratuity).


The  meal  starts  off  with  a  choice  of  an English  Pea  Cappuccinowith mint, crisp pancetta and buttermilk ($14) or Forest Mushroom & Spinach Salad with duck egg and chorizo ($15). Main course includes choice of Pan Seared Sea Bass with truffle veloute and confit pearl onions  ($36)  or Roasted  Lamb  Loin  with  bean  ragout  and  roasted  garlic  jus  ($42).

To  accompany the main  dishes,  guests  have  a  choice  of  either White  Asparagus  with  pine  nut  gremolata  ($12)  or Fava Beans with vermouth butter and mint ($12).

Diners can choose to end the night with a decadent dessert option  of  either Frozen  Amaretto  Sabayon  with  dark  chocolate  and  macerated  strawberries  ($10)  or Salted Caramel Fondant with buttermilk mousse and poached rhubarb ($10). Guests can also take away a Chocolate   Bunny   Shaped   Brownie  for   something   sweet   at   home.

BLT  Prime  is  located  at 4400  NW  87th  Avenue at  Trump  National Doral.    Valet    parking    is    available.    For    reservations,    please    call (305)    591-6606 or    visit

Glass and Vine, the garden oasis in the heart of Coconut Grove’s Peacock Park is inviting families to join them  for  Easter  Brunch, beginning  at  10AM.


Featuring  flavorful  new  menu  items  like Semolina Pancakes with buttermilk, lemon, vanilla-maple syrup and whipped butter ($12); Coquito French Toastwith coconut milk, cinnamon and vanilla-maple syrup ($12); Broccoli Cheeseburger with a buttered bun, cheddar, roasted broccoli and buttermilk ranch ($14; add fries for $3); Huevos Rotos with fried eggs, raw tomato,  cured  ham  and  home-style  potatoes  ($14)  and  more.

Glass  and  Vine  is  located  at 2820 McFarlane  Road. Brunch  is  served  Saturday  and  Sunday  from  10AM  to  3:30PM.  Valet  parking  is available    in    front    of    the    restaurant    on    McFarlane    Road. Telephone: (305)    200-5268;

Lure  Fishbar,  Miami  Beach’s  award-winning  seafood  and  sushi  hot  spot  is  serving  up  tasty  a  la  carte specials  in  addition  to  their  already  robust  dinner  and  sushi  offerings.


This  Easter  Sunday  will  feature Grilled  Lamb  Chops  with  Campari  tomato  and  Greek  yogurt  sauce  ($26);  and Braised  Lamb  Shankwith roasted baby carrots, herbed fingerling potatoes and goat cheese spinach orzo ($31).

Lure Fishbar is located  in  the  historic  St.  Moritz  Hotel  building  at  the Loews  Miami  Beach  Hotel  at 1601  Collins Avenue.  Telephone: (305) 695-4550;


Macchialina,  Miami  Beach’s  beloved  rustic  Italian  eatery  will  be  offering  delectable  season-inspired specials this Easter Sunday  including Rabbit Agnolotti with dandelion green pesto ($24) and Pancetta Spiced  Lamb  Belly  with  parsnip  purée  and  fava  beans  ($32).

Additional  offerings  include  regular  a  la carte menu  items  and  their five-course  prix  fixe  tasting  menu, for $55  per  person (excluding  tax  and gratuity),featuring a sampling of some of James Beard  Award  semi-finalist Chef Mike Pirolo’s  signature dishes.Macchialina is located at 820  Alton Road on Miami Beach. For reservations, please call (305) 534-2124.

Quattro Gastronomia  Italiana,  the  upscale  Northern  Italian  eatery  on  South  Beach  will be  offering mouth-watering  Easter specials  including  antipasti ofUova  Ripiene–  deviled  egg  with  tuna  tartar  and Calvisius caviar ($18); Pizza Di Tonno– thin flat bread topped with tuna carpaccio ($24); and Selezione Di Affettati Misti– a selection of Italian cured Meats for two ($42). Primi piatti ofRaviolone con Ricotta di Bufala e Spinaci –large ravioli with buffalo ricotta, spinach and butter sage sauce ($26); Agnello al Forno con Patate Novelle– oven roast leg of lamb with roasted potatoes ($32) andCostata di Manzo alla  Griglia –32  oz.  Tomahawk  and  steak  fries  for  two  ($79).  End  the  meal  on  a  sweet  note, with Pastiera Napoletana– Neapolitan cheese cake ($12).

Quattro is located at 1014 Lincoln Road. OpenMonday –  Thursday  from  Noon  to  11PM;  Friday –  Saturday  from  Noon  to  11:45PM;  and  Sunday  from Noon to 11PM. For reservations, please call (305) 531-4833 or visit


The Dutch, award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini’s modern American bistro, is inviting families  to dine with  them  on  Easter  Sunday  with  season-inspired  dishes  including Smoked  Moulard  Duck  with  wild ramps, cracked wheat, apricot and orange ($30) and Strawberry Thyme Pie with a buttermilk ice cream and  Marcona  almonds  ($12). Regular  a  la  carte  menu  will  be  available.

The  Dutch  is  located  inside W South  Beach  Hotel, 2201  Collins  Avenue,  in  Miami  Beach.  Lunch  is  served  Monday –  Sunday  from Noon to 4PM; Dinner is served Sunday – Wednesday from 6:30PM to 11:30PM and Thursday – Saturday from  6:30PM  to  Midnight.  Reservations  are  required  and  can  be  made  by  calling (305)  938-3111  or booking online at

The  Rusty  Pelican, known  for  its  breathtaking  views  of  downtown  Miami,  is inviting  families  to  an indulgent Easter Sunday Brunch from 10AM to 3:30PM. For $75 per adult  and $35 per child (excluding tax  and  gratuity),  guests  can  enjoy  a  plethora  of  buffet  options  featuring:

Breakfast  classics  like Banana French Toastand Pancakes with vanilla maple syrup; Sushi; Raw Bar; Ceviche and Tartare; American Caviar; Seafood  Paella  with Bomba  rice,  shrimp,  lobster,  clams,  mussels,  and  garlic  parsley  olive  oil; Fried Chicken and Waffles with sriracha maple syrup;

Main dishes like Herb Crusted Australian Lamb Chops with a mint demi-glace andCoconut Crusted Atlantic Wild Mahi-Mahi with miso mango-papaya salsa;  made-to-order  Omelettes  and  Eggs  Benedict;  Seasonal  Fresh  Fruit;  and  sweet  delights  such  as Pecan  Cheesecake and Cinnamon  Tres  Leches.

Kiddies  will  receive  a  special  visit  from  the Easter Bunny himself, and get the chance to participate in an egg hunt, face painting and other fun-filled activities.

The  Rusty  Pelican  is  located  at 3201 Rickenbacker  Causeway  in  Key  Biscayne.  Lunch  and Dinner are served daily and Brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Hours are Sunday to Thursday from 11AM to  11PM  (bar  closes  at  midnight);  Friday  and  Saturday  from  11AM  to  12AM  (bar  closes  at  1AM). Telephone: (305) 361-3818;

This Easter, indulge in a variety of decadent brunch options at Vida, located inside the legendary Fontainebleau Miami Beach. On Sunday, April 16, 2017, Vida will offer an expansive brunch buffet from 12 p.m. –3 p.m.

The lavish buffet will feature a raw bar, carving stations and an indulgent dessert display. Cost is $68 for adults and $34 for children, exclusive of tax and gratuity. In addition to brunch, the property will host Easter Egg Hunts at noon for children ages 5 and under, and 1 p.m. for children ages 6 to 12. After the hunt, kids are invited to stay and participate in interactive games, crafts, music and much more. (NOTE: Egg hunt only open to families staying in the hotel, visiting Vida for Easter brunch or guests renting a cabana)


Burlock Coast Seafare & Spirits, Fort Lauderdale’s  chic seaside eatery, invites friends and families tocelebrate Easter Sunday with a cornucopia of buffet items.


From Noon to 8PM, guests can choose from an array of buffet options priced at $95 per adult and $49 per child (ages 5 through 12), excluding tax and  gratuity.  Bottomless  beverages  are  an  additional $25  per  person.

Offerings  include  a  Breakfast Station (available until 3PM); Salad Station; Hammock Hallow Garden Bar; Charcuterie Display; Raw Bar; Sushi and Dim Sum Station; Slab Baconand Prime Rib at the Carving Stations, and Hot Entrees such asFresh Catch with corn fondue, fava beans, pancetta and citrus.

Children can also enjoy their favorites such as macaroni and cheese or chicken fingers at the Kids Buffet.

Guests can finish with a multitude of confections  at  the  Dessert  station,  featuring  treats  like Marble  Cheesecake and  Lavender  Crème,  or indulge  in  the  richly  decadent Molten  Lava  CakeStation featuring  liquid  nitrogen  ice  cream.

Burlock Coast is located at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale at 1 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard. Reservations are recommended, please call (954) 302-6460;

Council  OakSteaks  &  Seafood, at  the Seminole  Hard  Rock  Hotel  &  Casino  Hollywood,  is  inviting guests to their award-winning brunch on Easter Sunday featuring unlimited Taittinger Brut La Francaiseby  the  glass.


For $89  per  person (excluding  tax  and  gratuity),  guests  can  choose  from  a  variety  of delicious food stations including omelet; Belgian waffle; bananas foster; meat-carving; full raw bar; pastaand  made-to-order  sushi.  Other  selections  include  traditional  breakfast  favorites,  a  variety  of  salads, desserts  and  fresh  seasonal  fruit.  Brunch  also  features  unlimited  Mimosas,  Bloody  Mary’s,  sangria, Bellini’s  and  spiked  freshly  squeezed  lemonade.

Council  Oak  Steaks &  Seafood  is  located  inside  the Seminole  Hard  Rock  Hotel  &  Casino  at One  Seminole  Way in  Hollywood,  Florida.  Brunch  is  served Sundays    from    10AM    to    2PM.    For    reservations,    please    call (954)    327-7501    or    visit

Oceans  234,the  premiere  seaside  restaurant  in  Deerfield  Beach,  is  serving  up  some  fun  and  fresh Easter specials for guests to enjoy.


Specials on offer will beKing Crab Ravioli with lobster-infused lemon garlic  truffle  butter  ($26); Dijon  Herb  Crusted  Lamb  with  goat  cheese and  chive  mashed  potatoes, asparagus, mushroom roasted shallot ragout, and natural lamb jus ($39); Maple Bourbon Glazed Hamwith crispy Brussels sprouts, scalloped potatoes and whole grain mustard butter with bacon ($34); and a Brown  Butter  Dover  Sole  with  spring vegetable medley  and  rice  pilaf  ($37). Oceans  234  is  located  at234 North Ocean Drive in Deerfield Beach.

Oceans 234 is open Monday – Thursdayfrom 11:30AM to 10PM;  Friday –  Saturday  from  11:30AM  to  2AM;  and  Sundays  from  10AM  to  10PM. For  reservations, please call (954) 428-2539 or visit

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