Where to Dine for Easter in South Florida
The cultural holiday commences this weekend
There is no shortage of South Florida restaurants and venues offering specials to commemorate Easter Sunday. So we’ve compiled a few of the area’s best offerings to help residents find the ideal spot to celebrate the occasion.
Venue: 4 Rivers Smokehouse
Address: 2660 N University Dr, Coral Springs
Offerings: 4 Rivers Smokehouse’s family meal is available for pickup and comes with simple reheat instructions. Easter options, which serve anywhere from 5 to 20 guests, include iconic smoked meats such as Signature Angus Brisket, Smoked Turkey, Boneless Ham and Smoked Salmon. Traditional holiday sides include BBQ Baked Beans, Southern Green Beans and Mac and Cheese. For a special treat, 4R Smokehouse is offering an exclusive Bunny Cake.
Address: 121 NW 136th Ave., Sunrise
Offerings: Yonutz is offerings its Easter Mini and Deluxe Donut Assortments. The Easter Deluxe assortment ($29.95) features half a dozen big donuts topped with marshmallows, pretzels and Easter eggs and carrots filled with assorted candies. There will also be surprise gifts, including Yonutz stickers and pins inside several eggs for an Easter egg hunt. The Easter Mini Donut Assortment, which comes in boxes of four ($5.95), 16 ($19.95), 24 ($29.95) and 48 ($59.95), are decorated with fruity pebbles, confetti sprinkles, Nerds, carrot cake Oreos and easter chocolates. Both assortments are available in-store, online, and on Uber Eats, GrubHub, and DoorDash through Monday, April 18.
Venue: Roí at Hillsboro Beach Resort
Address: 1159 Hillsboro Mile, Hillsboro Beach
Offerings: During Easter weekend, guests visiting Hillsboro Beach Resort can enjoy brunch specials at its newly launched restaurant, Roí. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., patrons can enjoy a variety of specials such as Churros and Cream ($13) with cinnamon sugar and bourbon whipped cream; Steak and Egg ($38), with skirt steak, crispy yucca, two eggs and chimichurri; Breakfast Burger ($21), with bacon jam, over-easy egg, maple sriracha aioli and LTO; and Smoked Salmon Bagel ($20), with caper mix, tomato, red onion, cream cheese, avocado and grilled lemon. Unlimited mimosas, Bellinis and Bloody Marys, are available for $20 per person.
Venue: Le Zoo
Address: 9700 Collins Ave #135, Miami Beach
Offerings: Easter Brunch menu options at the French Mediterranean at Le Zoo include Salade Asperge for $24; Raviolo for $26; Gigot d’ Agneau for $38 and Ile Flottante for $14.
Venue: Casa Mariano
Address: 8200 NW 27th St Suite 106, Doral
Offerings: Managed by Executive Chef-Owner Mariano Araya, Casa Mariano’s Easter brunch offers Mediterranean-inspired dishes featuring Huevos Rancheros, Crispy Chicken Waffles, Crab Cake Benedict, Wagyu Burger, Bananas Foster French Toast and more.
Venue: EST. 33 Thai Craft Kitchen & Brewery
Address: 701 S Miami Ave, Unit 412A Brickell City Centre
Offerings: Celebrate 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 & Eggs ($28), a grilled NY strip with sticky rice, poached egg and Thai chili. Featured sweet treats include Banana Fritters with Coconut Pandan Ice Cream or order from any of the other classic brunch dishes. EST.33 is open from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. A limited menu is offered from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Easter Sunday.
Venue: The Restaurant at the Norton Museum of Art
Address: 1450 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach
Offerings: The Restaurant at the Norton Is hosting an Easter holiday brunch on April 17. The establishment’s brunch menu includes Smoked Salmon Benedict on an English muffin, poached egg and topped with hollandaise; Avocado Toast with avocado on a grilled rosemary bread topped with radish, baby tomatoes and a hard-boiled egg. Buttermilk Pancakes layered with lemon curd, blueberry compote and whipped cream are also available.
Venue: Tropical Smokehouse
Address: 3815 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
Offerings: For Easter, Tropical Smokehouse is serving up Smoked Heritage Ham ($75) and Tender Braised Prime Certified Angus Brisket Half ($80)/Whole Brisket ($150). Sides that serve two to four people include Sweet Corn Pudding ($22), Mac and Cheese ($22), House Salad ($20) and Tropical’s Heavenly Cornbread ($20). Chef Rick’s Carrot Cake with pineapple, pecans, and cream cheese frosting ($25) is also available. All menu items are ready to heat. Tropical Smokehouse also offers a Family Meal (which serves four to six people) for $145 consisting of Heritage Ham, Sweet Corn Pudding, Mac and Cheese, House Salad, Cornbread and Carrot Cake.
Venue: Coco Sushi Lounge
Address: 25 NE 2nd Ave Suite #208, Delray Beach
Offerings: Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar in downtown Delray Beach will be decorated for the holiday with pink, blue, and white balloons and the restaurant will be serving a wide array of menu items. All diners will receive complimentary mini-chocolate Easter eggs during brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday as a special holiday treat. Coco recently started its weekend brunch. Brunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Bottomless Brunch Cocktails, $18, will be offered during weekend brunch, including Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bellinis and Aperol Spritzers. The full menu will also be offered during brunch and dinner. Diners may opt for starters such as the Coco Taco (two per order, $15 for lobster; $11 for tuna or salmon); the A5 Wagyu Beef Tataki, $25; the Lump Blue Crab with Avocado, $16; the Little Tuna Tower, $15; and the Chu Chu Lobster, $18 (Maine lobster, pan-seared tuna, and guacamole with coconut sauce).