Everyone loves a traditional homemade Easter breakfast or a big family-style dinner, but there are many reasons to eat out for the holiday instead. Think less stress, absolutely no mess, and more time to focus on your family. Luckily, there are plenty of restaurants in Miami that are open for Easter brunch and dinner.
We suggest indulging in “The Royal Brunch” at Point Royal from famed Iron Chef and Food Network Chopped star, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Point Royal has been named one of the “Hottest Restaurants in South Florida” by Zagat and the “Best New Restaurants in Broward” by the New Times, so you can’t go wrong with this family friendly dining destination. The Royal Brunch highlights everything from traditional daytime fare to an over-the-top boozy bar cart.
The menu showcases endless seasonal stations including a butcher’s table with a wide variety of carved, high-end meats and cheeses, housemade pastries and breads, specialty egg dishes, hashes, salads, and savory options like fried chicken, shrimp and grits, and mac and cheese. Are you drooling yet? For refreshments, enjoy unlimited tableside bar service with a charming bloody mary cart outfitted with all of the toppings and sauces one would need to create an over-the-top cocktail. Unlimited mimosas and fresh juice-based cocktails are also available. Located at The Diplomat Beach Resort, it is conveniently situated for visitors in Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
If dinner is more your style, visit OpenTable’s Diners’ Choice Award winner Diplomat Prime for a reimagined menu of prime beef aged in-house, seasonally-driven seafood dishes, and a fantastic list of old world and new world wines available by the glass and bottle, as well as an extensive list of classic cocktails.
Even if you don’t celebrate Easter, you can still enjoy these delicious dining experiences throughout Miami: