From South Beach to the Gables, spend Easter Sunday with friends and family at one of the following restaurants.
The Forge Restaurant l Wine Bar, The legendary landmark hosts Easter brunch featuring an extensive menu of seasonally inspired breakfast classics with an edgy farm- and ocean-to-table approach. Cost is $55 for adults and $32 for children and includes unlimited Mimosas and a full Bloody Mary bar. For reservations, call 305.538.8533.
Gibraltar at Grove Isle Hotel & Spa, One of Miami’s premier waterfront dining destinations is offering an indulgent menu with unlimited Champagne & Mimosas for $75 per adult and $35 per child, complete with a cameo by the Easter Bunny. For reservations, call 305.857.5007.
National Hotel Miami Beach, The legendary Art Deco destination invites guests to spend their entire Easter Sunday on property, with an extensive brunch menu for $39 per adult and $19.50 per child (add $10 for unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Marys) and access to the iconic infinity pool and beach. For reservations, call 305.532.2311.
Cafeina, Wynwood’s hotspot for inventive brunch in a beautiful setting features health-conscious and hangover fare, $20 unlimited Mimosas (2 hours), tableside ‘made your way’ Bloody Marys and a 15-vendor market. Dine in the dog-friendly garden or art gallery and enjoy the Easter egg hunt. For reservations, call 305.438.0792.
Burger & Beer Joint, Miami’s rock & roll-inspired burger joint is offering an à la carte brunch featuring Belgium beer waffles. All items are priced between $7 and $11, with Mimosas and Bloody Mary pitchers priced at $15. For reservations, call 305.672.3287 (South Beach) or 305.523.2244 (Brickell).