Holidays

Miami Easter Brunch Guide: Champagne, Buffets, and Egg Hunts

Easter. For some, the day means waking up before dawn to attend sunrise church services with family.

For others, it means an egg hunt with the kids, a parade with silly hats, or the celebration of spring.

Whatever the day means, it usually also comes with brunch, a large midday meal filled with buffets, food, and sweets. Some of the best restaurants in Miami are offering feasts featuring treats for everyone -- and lots of mimosas.

Prices listed generally do not include gratuity and taxes, and reservations are strongly suggested.

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From cocktail brunches for the grownups to waffles made by the Easter Bunny, here are our favorite Easter brunches in Miami:

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