Where to Celebrate Easter 2022 in Miami 

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Where to Celebrate Easter in Miami 2022

Easter is around the corner. Where are you celebrating with the family? These great spots will be open on Easter Sunday to ensure a flavorful holiday. 

Buya

At Buya, sharing is caring. The Asian eatery in Wynwood recommends ordering 2-3 items per person so you get a good taste of the menu, which is packed with highlights. Among the many must-orders on the menu are the bao buns, kaarage chicken, duck gyoza hot pot, and tiger prawns. A delicious assortment of sake rounds out the selections.

Buya Izakaya + Yakitori is located at 250 NW 24th Street, Miami, FL 33127. For more information, visit their official website

Casa Isola

Celebrate in style at Casa Isola, one of Miami’s top Italian restaurants. The cozy space is perfect for small groups looking for a more intimate experience. Anything you order will be magical, from the burrata Panzanella and mushroom polenta to the casarecce pasta and veal chop parm. Always sneak a peek at the specials; the team likes to get creative, and adventurous eaters will be rewarded. And always save room for tiramisu. 

Casa Isola is located at 1418 20th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website

EST. 33 Thai Craft Kitchen & Brewery

Located on the fourth floor of Brickell City Centre, EST. 33 Thai Craft Kitchen & Brewery is celebrating Easter Sunday with an Easter Bottomless experience complete with a crafted brunch menu unique to the holiday. Mix and match any of their bottomless options from Thai Bloody Mary’s to flavored mimosas (passionfruit, guava, or orange) to all-you-can chug beer for only $18, available until 4 p.m. 

The Thai-inspired eatery will also be offering unique brunch dishes such as the Thai mango smoked salmon ($18), served with steamed bao buns and house pickled over chilled glass noodles, and the steak and eggs ($28), a grilled NY strip with sticky rice, poached egg and Thai chili. Those with a sweet tooth can wash down their hearty meal with banana fritters with coconut pandan ice cream or order from any of the other classic brunch dishes. 

EST. 33 is located at 701 South Miami Avenue, Unit 412A, Miami, FL 33131. For more information, visit their official website

RED South Beach

Steak lovers need to snag a reservation at RED South Beach, the South of Fifth institution. While known for their amazing steaks, there’s something for everyone on the menu. Guests will find everything from incredible Certified Angus beef prime ribeye and prime filet mignon to Maine lobster pasta, red Alaskan king crab, oysters Rockefeller, and much more. Make sure to check out the vast wine list – it’s one of the biggest in town. If you’re more of an early riser, Red is also doing a special Easter brunch. 

RED South Beach is located at 801 South Pointe Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website

Toscana Divino

If you prefer to stay on the mainland for your Italian fix, look no further than Brickell’s Toscana Divino. The Mary Brickell Village mainstay boasts a mouthwatering selection of pastas and other Italian specialties that will make your Easter unforgettable. Whatever you order will be amazing, but we strongly recommend the cacio e pepe, dover sole, buffalo ricotta, and spinach tortelli. Or if you can’t make up your mind, check out one of the platters like the Florentine Dinner that gives you a taste of everything. 

Toscana Divino is located at 900 South Miami Avenue, #185, Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website

Verde

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 ($22), a house-made latke with sliced tomato, smoked salmon, poached egg, hollandaise, chives, served with a side salad; the Miami benedict ($22), a mojo pork croquette served with pickles, poached eggs, dijon fonduta, and side salad; or the blueberry basil pancakes ($18), buttermilk pancakes with lemon curd and blueberry basil compote. 

Verde is located at 1103 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132. For more information, visit their official website

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