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Arguably one of the best parts of Easter Sunday is all the great brunches around town. With Easter right around the corner it's time to make plans for everyone's favorite pastel-filled holiday. We've sorted through the mountains of menus and other holiday BS and taken the guess work out of it for you by compiling a list of the top spots (listed in alphabetical order) to get your Easter brunch on — no matter your mood or budget.

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Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room

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Head to the 25th floor of the Conrad Hotel and treat yourself to Atrio’s festive buffet brunch featuring all-you-can eat stone crabs and oysters, leg of lamb, and, naturally, carrot cake cupcakes.

Bocce Bar

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This new Midtown favorite is cooking up quite the Easter spread. For $32 guests can enjoy an antipasti table, omelet station, pastries, their choice of one spring-inspired dish — and as many house-made peeps as they can handle.

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Daniel Boulud’s famous outpost is preparing a three-course, French-inspired meal filled with restaurant classics like its steak frites and Swank Farm’s tomato salad all for $48 per person. [Photo via miami.com]

Devon Seafood + Steak

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Nothing says Easter quite like half-priced bottles of wine and the over-the-top buffet that Devon Seafood + Steak is serving up. Guests can dine on anything their heart desires such as omelet and waffle stations, entrees like chicken picatta and even sushi for $32 per person. [Photo via miami.com]

Eating House

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While this restaurant will be celebrating a different, ehem, “holiday” later in the evening, its popular brunch will feature an Easter twist with Cadbury crème egg waffles and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny.

J&G Grill - St. Regis Bal Harbour

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Located in the swanky St. Regis Bal Harbour, this restaurant is offering up a $65 four-course Easter menu that includes a mimosa or Bloody Mary and a dessert buffet prepared by pastry extraordinaire Antonio Bachour.

Paradise Farms

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Venture down to Homestead and enjoy a true “farm-to-table” experience at Paradise Farms. For $53 diners can savor a fresh brunch prepared by a notable chef and go on a tour of the farm led by owner Gabriele Marewski.

PB Steak

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Serving Easter specials reminiscent of executive chef Jose Mendin’s Puerto Rican roots, PB Steak will feature dishes like jamon con piña, medianoche sandwiches and bottomless mimosas and bloody marys.

Scarpetta

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Dine on an Italian-inspired buffet prepped by Scarpetta’s chef de cuisine and Top Chef’s Season 11 Fan Favorite Nina Compton. Highlights include rosemary roasted leg of lamb, Maine lobster, a pasta station, and an elaborate dessert spread.

The Federal Food Drink & Provisions

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For $29 guests can feast on a three-course, family-style Easter meal that includes dishes like deviled eggs, crawfish and grits, and cookies and cream french toast. For an additional $25, guests can also enjoy a bottomless bar, which features classic brunch drinks like bloody marys, but also more unique offerings like “grown up” slurpees and mojito micheladas.

The Restaurant at The Setai

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Looking to indulge this holiday? Head over Setai’s Easter buffet and fill up on caramelized leg of lamb, truffle risotto, Alaskan King Crab legs, and chocolate and marshmallow eggs. Plenty of activities will be offered for children, so you will have time to fill up on second (or third) helpings.

Tongue & Cheek

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Jamie DeRosa’s celebrated brunch is getting a sweet makeover this Easter offering guests Easter baskets, chocolate bunnies and house-made peeps in addition to its à la carte menu. Make sure to bring the kiddies because children 10 and under eat for free. [Photo via miami.com]

Toscana Divino

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Toscana takes its popular weekend brunch up a notch for Easter Sunday offering guests live jazz music, $20 bottomless mimosas and bellinis and à la carte specials such as Prosciutto Toscano and Orecchietti pasta with lamb sausage.

Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room

Head to the 25th floor of the Conrad Hotel and treat yourself to Atrio’s festive buffet brunch featuring all-you-can eat stone crabs and oysters, leg of lamb, and, naturally, carrot cake cupcakes.

Bocce Bar

This new Midtown favorite is cooking up quite the Easter spread. For $32 guests can enjoy an antipasti table, omelet station, pastries, their choice of one spring-inspired dish — and as many house-made peeps as they can handle.

db Bistro Moderne

Daniel Boulud’s famous outpost is preparing a three-course, French-inspired meal filled with restaurant classics like its steak frites and Swank Farm’s tomato salad all for $48 per person. [Photo via miami.com]

Devon Seafood + Steak

Nothing says Easter quite like half-priced bottles of wine and the over-the-top buffet that Devon Seafood + Steak is serving up. Guests can dine on anything their heart desires such as omelet and waffle stations, entrees like chicken picatta and even sushi for $32 per person. [Photo via miami.com]

Eating House

While this restaurant will be celebrating a different, ehem, “holiday” later in the evening, its popular brunch will feature an Easter twist with Cadbury crème egg waffles and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny.

J&G Grill - St. Regis Bal Harbour

Located in the swanky St. Regis Bal Harbour, this restaurant is offering up a $65 four-course Easter menu that includes a mimosa or Bloody Mary and a dessert buffet prepared by pastry extraordinaire Antonio Bachour.

Paradise Farms

Venture down to Homestead and enjoy a true “farm-to-table” experience at Paradise Farms. For $53 diners can savor a fresh brunch prepared by a notable chef and go on a tour of the farm led by owner Gabriele Marewski.

PB Steak

Serving Easter specials reminiscent of executive chef Jose Mendin’s Puerto Rican roots, PB Steak will feature dishes like jamon con piña, medianoche sandwiches and bottomless mimosas and bloody marys.

Scarpetta

Dine on an Italian-inspired buffet prepped by Scarpetta’s chef de cuisine and Top Chef’s Season 11 Fan Favorite Nina Compton. Highlights include rosemary roasted leg of lamb, Maine lobster, a pasta station, and an elaborate dessert spread.

The Federal Food Drink & Provisions

For $29 guests can feast on a three-course, family-style Easter meal that includes dishes like deviled eggs, crawfish and grits, and cookies and cream french toast. For an additional $25, guests can also enjoy a bottomless bar, which features classic brunch drinks like bloody marys, but also more unique offerings like “grown up” slurpees and mojito micheladas.

The Restaurant at The Setai

Looking to indulge this holiday? Head over Setai’s Easter buffet and fill up on caramelized leg of lamb, truffle risotto, Alaskan King Crab legs, and chocolate and marshmallow eggs. Plenty of activities will be offered for children, so you will have time to fill up on second (or third) helpings.

Tongue & Cheek

Jamie DeRosa’s celebrated brunch is getting a sweet makeover this Easter offering guests Easter baskets, chocolate bunnies and house-made peeps in addition to its à la carte menu. Make sure to bring the kiddies because children 10 and under eat for free. [Photo via miami.com]

Toscana Divino

Toscana takes its popular weekend brunch up a notch for Easter Sunday offering guests live jazz music, $20 bottomless mimosas and bellinis and à la carte specials such as Prosciutto Toscano and Orecchietti pasta with lamb sausage.

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