Miami’s Best Easter Brunch 2021

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February 17, 2021

Miami’s Best Easter Brunch 2021

Easter is fast approaching and like many Miami locals we are looking for the best brunch options to enjoy with friends and family. Luckily we've done the homework for you and come up with our list of Top Easter Brunch locations for 2021.

Verde, at the Pérez Art Museum Miami


Verde - 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132,

This waterfront eatery is welcoming back guests to their expansive outdoor terrace with waterfront views and limited indoor seating.

Led by Executive Chef Hedy Goldsmith, the menu is locally inspired, featuring dishes prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients and her signature pastries. Handcrafted specialty cocktails and a select list of carefully curated wines complement the creative cuisine.

The bunch menu is filled with delicious options. We recommend the Smoked Salmon Benedict. with housemade latke, smoked salmon, poached egg. The succulent Chicken Under A Brick, a crispy boneless 1/2 chicken with herb smashed potatoes, baby kale, and chimichurri and the Blueberry Basil Pancakes, with lemon curd, blueberry basil compote are not to be missed.

Verde, at the Pérez Art Museum Miami is located at 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132,.
For more information and reservations click here.

Sweet Beach at the Shelborne hotel


Sweet Beach, a tropical pop up at the Shelborne hotel - 1801 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

On April 4th from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m the Shelborne hotel, presents an Easter Sunday brunch. Treat yourself with $25 bottomless mimosas and eat a delicious $42 brunch in the oasis garden with a side of palm trees and sunshine. There will also be an Easter giveaway for kids to enjoy. Easter time is definitely a holiday you don't want to miss, especially at Sweet Beach!

Reservations can be made online at here or by calling the restaurant at844-591-5558.
Sweet Beach, a tropical pop up at the Shelborne hotel - 1801 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Diya Sunset Harbour


Diya Sunset Harbour - 1766 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 3313

It’s a Laurent Perrier Easter at Diya Sunset Harbour this year. Guests can enjoy Sunday brunch while indulging in Laurent Perrier Brut Cuvée ($40) by the bottle.
Guests can also indulge in a colorful array of flavorful vegetarian dishes such as the Tofu Scramble ($18) tofu “scrambled egg” with veggies and cheese; Palak Paneer ($18) stuffed with spinach and Indian cheese; and the Eggplant Burger ($18), which was featured in the 2020 South Beach Wine & Food Festival, and consists of crispy eggplant with housemade cheese, BBQ sauce, all served with masala spiced fries.
Diya’s carefully crafted cocktails are available during brunch including the Oxaca Sunrise ($15) and Diya’s Gin n Tonic ($19), a house favorite. The family-owned modern vegetarian Indian restaurant, is the perfect destination to celebrate the holiday. Diya Sunset Harbour is open from 12PM-11PM on Sundays and brunch from 12PM-5PM.

Reservations can be made online
Diya Sunset Harbour, 1766 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 3313

Zuma Miami


Zuma Miami - 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131

The incomparable, Miami hotspot, Zuma Miami will be offering two opulent Easter options for Zuma fans, including for the first time ever a limited edition, ultra-lux specialty to-go picnic basket with all the fixings.
The Zuma Easter Picnic Basket for 2 includes:
Signature includes cold and hot dishes, dishware, settings, glassware and 375ml Veuve Clicquot ‘Yellow Label’ Brut NV and 300ml Zuma Junmai Ginjo - $298 per basket.
Premium includes cold and hot dishes, dishware, settings, glassware and 375ml of Krug ‘Grand Cuvee’ NV and 300ml Dassai 23- $398 per basket.

For those who are looking for a dine-in experience, Zuma will be serving up their famous brunch on Saturday and Sunday for Easter weekend includes famed menu items Spicy Tuna Roll (green chili, spicy mayo and tobiko), Sashimi Selection (green chili, spicy mayo and tobiko), Wagyu Gyozas (black truffle ponzu) Whole Lobster Tempura (wasabi mayo, chili ponzu) and more. The opulent brunch will be finished off with a Zuma themed chocolate egg and dessert pastry plate. Starting prices for brunch being at $118 per person.

Reservations are required and can be made online.
Zuma Miami - 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131

MILA Miami


MILA Miami - 1636 Meridian Ave, Rooftop, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Celebrate Easter in style at the 250-seat rooftop restaurant, MILA Miami. The “MediterAsian” restaurant will be celebrating the holiday with specials such as its Colorado Rack of Lamb ($88), which includes 4 frenched bone chops, Mila spiced, a creamy ponzu, onion jus and mint coulis.

To complete the meal, MILA will also have an Easter dessert special – a “toasted chocolate” with a caramelized white chocolate dome with chocolate ice cream, brown butter sable and a toasted Italian merengue with lime zest. For those looking to indulge in the hotspot’s classics, MILA will have its well raved about dinner menu available for on-premises dining, including MILA seafood tower, hand-cut beef tartare, bone marrow, five-spice chicken karaage, and more.

Reservations are required and can be made online or by calling +1 (786) 706-0744 or via email at reservations@milarestaurant.com
MILA Miami - 1636 Meridian Ave, Rooftop, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Buya


Buya - 1250 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 3312

The Wynwood hot spot just announced their new brunch right in time for Easter. Buya, which is one of the newest concepts by the former KYU restaurateurs (Chef Michael Lewis, Steven Haigh and Lizzy Maynes), will be offering brunch Saturday and Sunday during Easter weekend for guests looking for a not so traditional feast.

The menu includes wagyu steak and fried eggs, sweet potato has and more! Fun libations include a Rising Sun Spritz which is made up of strawberries sous vide cappelletti, yuzu, soda and bubbles and a Fuji Sangria which is made up of Fuji apple infused bushido sake, fino sherry, peach bitters, yuzu juice orange juice, vanilla simple syrup and soda.

Reservations can be made online or by calling +1 (305) 699-0601
Buya - 1250 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 3312

Estiatorio Ornos


Estiatorio Ornos a Michael Mina Restaurant - 19565 Biscayne Blvd Suite 946, Aventura, FL 33180

There is no doubt that Greeks have the most exciting celebrations for Easter, filled with endless amounts of foods, festive dancing and centuries-old family traditions. Want to experience Easter in Greece in your South Florida backyard -- minus the cooking and clean up? Ornos Estiatorio will offer a traditional Greek special for the day, a roasted lamb with a side of irresistible Cretan potatoes, all drizzled in olive oil and oregano on April 4 (Easter Sunday) and May 2 (Orthodox Easter).
For those looking to indulge in the classics, Ornos Estiatorio’s fan favorites will be available, including Lavraki (sea bass) ($45), Tsipoura (sea bream) ($49), roasted lemon chicken ($33), grilled lamb chops ($47), and 10 oz filet medallions kebab ($48). Want more? The restaurant will also allow diners to take part in a classic Greek tradition on Easter and offer three kokkina avga (red eggs); guests can play the authentic game tsougrisma (meaning clashing). The cracking tradition symbolizes Christ’s resurrection from the dead and birth into eternal life.

Reservations can be made online or by calling +1 (786) 697-1681
Estiatorio Ornos - 19565 Biscayne Blvd Suite 946, Aventura, FL 33180