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10 Delicious Easter Sunday Meals in Miami

Bring on the glazed ham, lamb roast, and Easter eggs

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Arguably one of the best parts of Easter Sunday is all the great meals around town. With Easter right around the corner it’s time to make plans for everyone’s favorite pastel-filled holiday. Here’s 10 top spots in Miami to dine on Easter Sunday — no matter the mood or budget.

Editor’s Note: Most Florida restaurants have resumed indoor and outdoor dining services. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for onsite dining, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Florida Health Department’s website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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The Surf Club

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Thomas Keller’s swanky Surfside eatery will be offering up a special Easter Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $125 per person, diners will begin the meal with a selection of pastries, fruit, and raw bar items, before choosing a main course from options like fried chicken and waffles, crab eggs Benedict, and Maine lobster Louie. To wrap up the meal dessert will be served family style offering choices such as vanilla creme brûlée and more.

Michael's Genuine

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Feast on a special Easter Sunday brunch at Michael’s Genuine. Offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the ticketed meal offers three-courses for $120 a person. Guests will start with a family style selection of appetizers like wild mushroom flatbread and rock shrimp and chorizo arancini, then a choice of one entree from options such as grilled lamb, shrimp and grits, and braised falafel, before finished with a family-style selection of desserts.

Pubbelly Sushi (Multiple locations)

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All locations of Pubbelly Sushi will be giving each table “special” Easter eggs Sunday Brunch, available at all locations on Easter Sunday. The eggs will be filled with items like complimentary edamame, butter krab rolls, and even a few lucky people will win a free Easter brunch.

Katsuya South Beach

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Starting at $98 per person, Katsuya’s Easter Supper features an eight-course omakase dinner with a Japanese whiskey glass to pair. Courses include toro tartare, king crab tempura, wagyu shortribs, a selection of sushi, and a liquid nitrogen snowball. 

The Bazaar by José Andrés

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Dine on a five-course Easter tasting menu at Jose Andres’ longstanding South Beach restaurant. On the menu are favorites like Neptune’s Pillow, croquetas de pollo, bao con lechón, Cuban coffee rubbed churrasco, and more. Meal is $125 per person, with an optional wine flight for an additional $50.

Take in some water views with a side of culture at Pérez Art Museum’s on-site restaurant, Verde. For Easter Brunch it will offer a three-course menu for $55 for adults and $24 for children with dishes like blueberry lemon pancakes, smoked salmon Benedict, and apple bread pudding.

Red Rooster Overtown

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Go the Southern route this Easter at Red Rooster. Marcus Samuelsson’s Overtown eatery will offer Easter specials like smoked lamb ham croque Madame, Easter deviled eggs, and hot cross buns, in addition to its Sunday brunch menu. Plus, over at The Creamery at Red Rooster at 11 a.m. an Easter Egg Hunt will take place for the local community hosted by “Miss Martha” (Martha Whisby Wells). Following the hunt, guests can try samples of ice cream from The Creamery and lawn games such as cornhole and giant connect four. 

Rusty Pelican

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Key Biscayne’s longtime eatery is offering a three-course Easter brunch this holiday. It begins with an appetizer platter with a variety of seafood, pastries, charcuterie, and more. Then guests will choose from filet and eggs Benedict, lobster and waffles, or crab cake Benedict. Brunch ends with a dessert platter filled withEaster eggs, carrot cake, lemon meringue tarts, and chocolate salted caramel tarts.

Glass & Vine

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Beginning at 11:30 a.m., Glass and Vine in Coconut Grove will host an Easter Egg Hunt at Peacock Park for kids, while the adults can dine on a la carte specials like salmon Wellington, quinoa and broccolini frittata, and mixed berries cheesecake. Register for the Easter egg hunt here.

Mi'talia Kitchen & Bar

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All day on Easter Sunday dine on specials like rosemary crusted lamb ribs, braised rabbit pappardelle, greens salad, and lemon tart at this Italian favorite in South Miami. Available a la carte or all together for $70.

The Surf Club

Thomas Keller’s swanky Surfside eatery will be offering up a special Easter Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $125 per person, diners will begin the meal with a selection of pastries, fruit, and raw bar items, before choosing a main course from options like fried chicken and waffles, crab eggs Benedict, and Maine lobster Louie. To wrap up the meal dessert will be served family style offering choices such as vanilla creme brûlée and more.

Michael's Genuine

Feast on a special Easter Sunday brunch at Michael’s Genuine. Offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the ticketed meal offers three-courses for $120 a person. Guests will start with a family style selection of appetizers like wild mushroom flatbread and rock shrimp and chorizo arancini, then a choice of one entree from options such as grilled lamb, shrimp and grits, and braised falafel, before finished with a family-style selection of desserts.

Pubbelly Sushi (Multiple locations)

All locations of Pubbelly Sushi will be giving each table “special” Easter eggs Sunday Brunch, available at all locations on Easter Sunday. The eggs will be filled with items like complimentary edamame, butter krab rolls, and even a few lucky people will win a free Easter brunch.

Katsuya South Beach

Starting at $98 per person, Katsuya’s Easter Supper features an eight-course omakase dinner with a Japanese whiskey glass to pair. Courses include toro tartare, king crab tempura, wagyu shortribs, a selection of sushi, and a liquid nitrogen snowball. 

The Bazaar by José Andrés

Dine on a five-course Easter tasting menu at Jose Andres’ longstanding South Beach restaurant. On the menu are favorites like Neptune’s Pillow, croquetas de pollo, bao con lechón, Cuban coffee rubbed churrasco, and more. Meal is $125 per person, with an optional wine flight for an additional $50.

Verde

Take in some water views with a side of culture at Pérez Art Museum’s on-site restaurant, Verde. For Easter Brunch it will offer a three-course menu for $55 for adults and $24 for children with dishes like blueberry lemon pancakes, smoked salmon Benedict, and apple bread pudding.

Red Rooster Overtown

Go the Southern route this Easter at Red Rooster. Marcus Samuelsson’s Overtown eatery will offer Easter specials like smoked lamb ham croque Madame, Easter deviled eggs, and hot cross buns, in addition to its Sunday brunch menu. Plus, over at The Creamery at Red Rooster at 11 a.m. an Easter Egg Hunt will take place for the local community hosted by “Miss Martha” (Martha Whisby Wells). Following the hunt, guests can try samples of ice cream from The Creamery and lawn games such as cornhole and giant connect four. 

Rusty Pelican

Key Biscayne’s longtime eatery is offering a three-course Easter brunch this holiday. It begins with an appetizer platter with a variety of seafood, pastries, charcuterie, and more. Then guests will choose from filet and eggs Benedict, lobster and waffles, or crab cake Benedict. Brunch ends with a dessert platter filled withEaster eggs, carrot cake, lemon meringue tarts, and chocolate salted caramel tarts.

Glass & Vine

Beginning at 11:30 a.m., Glass and Vine in Coconut Grove will host an Easter Egg Hunt at Peacock Park for kids, while the adults can dine on a la carte specials like salmon Wellington, quinoa and broccolini frittata, and mixed berries cheesecake. Register for the Easter egg hunt here.

Mi'talia Kitchen & Bar

All day on Easter Sunday dine on specials like rosemary crusted lamb ribs, braised rabbit pappardelle, greens salad, and lemon tart at this Italian favorite in South Miami. Available a la carte or all together for $70.

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