Where to Go for Easter Brunch in Miami [2023]

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Easter Sunday is almost here. Do you know where you’re celebrating? If not, no worries: You can count on these top spots to be open for your holiday needs.

Jaya at the Setai

Jazz up your Easter celebration with Sunday Brunch at Jaya at The Setai, Miami Beach. Enjoy free-flowing Louis Roederer Champagne and live Jazz while dining in the sun on Jaya’s spacious Courtyard or indoors in the dining room. Offered from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., this elevated experience includes breakfast classics, an enhanced selection of seafood and meats grilled to order, a collection of Asian dishes including Peking Duck, fresh crêpes with all the trimmings, delectable desserts, and more. 

There will be a visit from the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt and plenty of sweets including a blooming cake display crafted in collaboration by florist Pedro Cruz of Roots & Roots and City Cakes’ Chef Benny Rivera. Easter brunch will be priced at $115 per adult and $75 per child (ages 5-12), excluding tax and gratuity. Reservations are required.

Jaya at The Setai is located at 2001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website

Patio Isola

For a fun family gathering, book a table at Patio Isola. At this neighborhood favorite, you’ll find pastas and pizzas galore along with other tasty Italian specialties. The restaurant is spacious, so large groups are welcome. That’s also the best way to experience this restaurant, as you’ll want to try a little bit of everything. Can’t decide on what to get for yourself? The fried mozzarella, the cheesy garlic bone marrow, the bucatini, and the eggplant parm are just a few of the individual highlights on this menu. If you feel like sharing, the meatball pie can feed a table of two – possibly four, depending on hunger levels. And there’s a full bar available to make sure nobody leaves thirsty. 

Patio Isola is permanently closed. You can still visit its sister restaurant Casa Isola.

RED South Beach

Is Easter brunch a family tradition? Make it extra memorable this year with a stop at RED South Beach, the premier Miami Beach steakhouse. The restaurant serves up a lavish Sunday menu with unlimited brunch tapas like blue crab ravioli, oysters on the half shell, truffle pasta, salads, and more plus your choice of entrée, which range from filet Oscar benedict and loster pot pie to king salmon and chicken and waffles. Unlimited champagne is also included. Calling this brunch decadent is an understatement. The restaurant will also be open for dinner service. 

The Lobster Shack 

If you’re not in the mood to dress up for Easter, come on down to The Lobster Shack on South Beach. The laidback lobster spot is perfect for a no-frills holiday outing. Enjoy the restaurant’s signature lobster rolls or opt for one of the other top sellers like shrimp tacos, snow crab, or baked oysters. There’s even a separate kid’s menu for your little ones featuring items like cheese quesadillas and PB&Js. The best part: Everything is reasonably priced by South Beach standards.  

Toscana Divino

This Easter Sunday, Toscana Divino will be open for brunch and dinner. Those who prefer an early dining experience will find bites like oysters and shrimps, spaghetti vongole, steak and eggs, and dry-aged rib eye. Should you visit for dinner, guests can expect options like tuna tartare, octopus puttanesca, cacio e pepe, lasagna Bolognese and other Toscana staples. And of course, you can’t leave without trying something off Toscana’s larger-than-life wine list. 


Verde, located in Pérez Art Museum Miami with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, will offer a Sunday brunch this Easter. The waterfront eatery welcomes guests to its expansive outdoor terrace with the launch of a new spring brunch menu created by Executive Chef Jeremy Shelton. A few selections from the new brunch menu include the Smoked Salmon Benedict, a house-made latke with sliced tomato, smoked salmon, poached egg, hollandaise, and chives, served with a side salad; the Miami Benedict, a mojo pork croquette served with pickles, poached eggs, dijon fonduta, and side salad; and the Blueberry Basil Pancakes, buttermilk pancakes with lemon curd and blueberry basil compote. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Verde is located at 1103 Biscayne Boulevardm Miami, FL 33122. For more information, visit their official website. 

Geoffrey Anderson

Geoffrey Anderson Jr. is a contributing/staff writer for Dish Miami. For over six years, he has covered the South Florida dining scene with his wife for the award-winning local food blog Miami Food Pug. When he's not writing about food, he's eating it—or attending rock concerts and traveling.

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