Weekly Nibble: Where To Spend Easter Sunday in Miami
Easter is this Sunday, and whether you have family in town or just plain don’t want to spend the day slaving away and making a mess in your kitchen — there’s plenty of options around Miami for a fun holiday brunch or dinner. From special menu offerings, to buffet-style feasts, and even a few surprise visits from the Easter Bunny there’s a spot for everyone.
Check out some of Miami’s best Easter offerings below:
Nautilus Cabana Club at Nautilus by Arlo celebrates Mediterranean cuisine with fresh Floridian ingredients. Distinguished Executive Chef Richard Fuentes puts a playful spin on Easter classics for its annual Easter brunch. Set within a breezy outdoor terrace, guests can nosh on everything from brunch classics like avocado toast and waffles to indulgent specialties like oysters, charcuterie and truffle mac and cheese topped off with sweets like key lime pie, macarons and more. Pre or post brunch the adults can be kids again at the “Grown up” Easter at Nautilus by Arlo with DIRTY LEMON with an ld-school egg and spoon races from 1-4PM will yield new-school prizes like free workout classes. Brunch prices are $65 for adults and kids are $25.
BALEENkitchen at Solé Miami, A Noble House Resort
Known for bringing its nomadic lifestyle to life with a menu that celebrates the flavors of the world, come celebrate Easter ala brunch and oceanfront style at BALEENKitchen. Start off your Sunday with slice melon, fruits & berries, then dig into the omelet station with assorted yummy fillings; find your way to the iced seafood including options of grouper ceviche & key west shrimp cocktail and a smoked salmon platter; come up for air and into the land section featuring sliced New York strip loin, herb roasted veggies and portobella raviolis; finish off with artisan desserts, pastries, cakes, cookies, coffee and tea. Did we mention Mimosas, Bellini’s and Bloody Mary’s? Prices: $65 Adults, $24 Child (age 7-12 years), $4 under 6 years.
Ocean Drive’s iLov305 is hosting an Easter edition of their ‘See You Next Sunday Brunch’. Bring the family for brunch on the beach where there will be all-you-can-eat brunch specials, cocktails and music by Ale Drik. ‘All You Can Eat Brunch’ is taking place from 12-4 p.m. beginning at $49 per person featuring menu items such as Toasted Cuban Bread, Eggs Your Way, Ropa Vieja, and Warm Banana Bread. The little ones are sure to be entertained with an Easter egg hunt that will feature a very special guest… Here’s a hint: it’s the Easter Bunny!
Head over to Yardbird Southern Table & Bar this Easter for a fun-filled brunch consisting of favorites such as the Banana Fosters Belgium Waffles, the Maple Bacon Glazed Ham and Eggs served with Stone Ground Grits, and the Maine Lobster Benedict consisting of a buttermilk biscuit crumble topped with bacon lardons, spinach and hollandaise sauce. Treat your family and friends this holiday season with classic Southern cooking, all-around hospitality and the best brunch around!
The Miami Beach EDITION’s airy Italian market will feature a special Easter’s Day Breakfast Table from 12-8PM ($65 per person and $40 for children under 13) where guests can indulge in options like fresh oysters from the raw bar, chia seed pudding and organic scrambled eggs, as well as an assortment of cured meats and cheeses, and of course delicious pastries and sweet treats. Top it off with Market’s bottomless Bloody Mary Bar for an additional $18 where you can customize your own cocktail, to complete the occasion. After breakfast guests are invited to attend the hotel’s Earth Day celebration by the pool which will include an eco-friendly Easter egg hunt and fun activities for the entire family. Reservations can be made by calling 786-257-4600. PHOTO IN EMAIL
On Sunday, April 21 from 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm, guests can enjoy Maska’s Easter brunch at $95 ++ including unlimited Prosecco, signature cocktails and deliciousness fresh out of the tandoor kitchen! Kids are also welcome to brunch for $55 ++. Maska’s Easter brunch will also feature a live DJ and a Henna tattoo artist for guests to experience.
Maska is located in the heart of Midtown Miami’s burgeoning shopping district at 3252 Northeast 1st Ave. and is open for dinner from Tuesday to Sunday and Sunday brunch.
On Sunday, April 21, Phuc Yea is offering a special Vietnamese Easter brunch of specialty dishes for the holiday with an Asian flare.
Dishes include Prime Rib ($35), a long peppercorn crusted prime rib with roasted potatoes and tomatoes, fried eggs and Maggie au jus; Breakfast Noods ($15), egg noodles with bacon, poached egg and parmesan cream sauce; Deviled Eggs ($12) with sriracha cream and Chinese sausage; and, Funfetti Pancakes($15) with condensed milk, sprinkles and passion fruit boba. For a boozy touch, add bottomless mimosas, rosé or punch for $20pp. Hours: 11:30am – 3:30pm. Reservations: phucyea.com or (305) 602-3710.