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5 Delicious Easter Brunches

BY Germaine Benson | April 10, 2017 | Feature Features

Live it up this Sunday with any of these five Easter brunches.
Cupcakes and tea from Bistro One LR's Easter brunch.

Once Upon A Time
Go down the rabbit hole with an Alice in Wonderland-themed brunch at Bistro One LR. The afternoon will feature a creative spin on traditional Easter fare and brunch favorites like honey and ginger pecan crusted ham, and quail egg béchamel flatbread. Plus: Live musical entertainment and a special visit from the Easter bunny and the whimsical characters from the classic fairy tale. $125 for adults, $65 for children, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 786.276.4000

Fueled by Fire
Inspired by the Argentinian tradition of an open-fire barbecue social, Los Fuegos By Francis Mallmann is celebrating Easter with a Sunday Asado brunch. Guests will indulge in a variety of dishes like beef empanadas and slow-cooked short ribs while the young (and the young at heart) can partake in a chocolate egg hunt, face painting and alfresco games on the Faena hotel’s poolside lawn. $95 for adults, $45 for children, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.655.5610

On the Hunt
How does a Mexican Easter fiesta sound? Olla is doing just that by featuring a menu that includes chilaquiles ($13) and huevos rancheros ($14) along with bottomless mimosas, micheladas, margaritas and bloody Marias (for $30 per person). At 4PM, the venue’s happy hour will feature an egg hunt with prizes that include free margaritas, unlimited chips and salsa for a year and a special mezcal and mole pairing dinner for two prepared by chef Scott Linquist. 1233 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 786.717.5400

Mediterranean Spirit
The party starts early with a Mediterranean Easter brunch at Villa Azur. Right when the clock hits noon, the restaurant will open its doors for an opulent buffet with cold and warm appetizers, raw bar selections, barbecue meats and poultry, and even Pata Negra ham. Desserts will be served in the restaurant’s art gallery. Diners can enjoy bottomless Moët & Chandon Champagne for an additional $15. $75 per person, 309 23rd St., Miami Beach, 305.763.8688

Life is Good
Known for its expansive brunch buffet and holiday themed installations for children, Vida will once again host its annual Easter Eggstravaganza for all to enjoy. The lavish buffet features a raw bar, carving stations and an indulgent dessert display. At noon, the little ones will get the chance to participate in a property-wide egg hunt, as well as interactive games, crafts and other activities. $68 for adults, $34 for children, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.4730

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