Easter is just around the corner, and it’s time to plan where to dine in Miami. From Michelin-starred restaurants to rooftop brunches with breathtaking views, Miami offers a wide range of options to celebrate the holiday. Here are five top picks for Easter dining in Miami:

Easter Brunch at One Michelin-starred Le Jardinier
Enjoy Easter Sunday in the Design District at Le Jardinier, which offers a lush outdoor patio and live music for an ideal brunch. The three-course prix fixe menu includes dishes like Chilled English Pea Veloute and Lobster Benedict, and for dessert – carrot cake served with a coconut sorbet.

Easter Dinner at Florida’s Only Two Michelin-starred L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon offers a five-course prix fixe menu with a special dessert designed by Executive Pastry Chef Salvatore Martone. Dinner is from 6pm – 10pm, and reservations are available through Resy.com.

Easter Sunday at RWSB (Restaurant at W South Beach) – Miami Beach, FL
RWSB offers a three-course prix fixe menu for lunch or dinner alfresco, including Parmigiano Soufflé and Pancetta Wrapped Roasted Lamb Loin. The Easter menu features Pastiera Napoletana for dessert – a ricotta cheese and sweet grain tart with candied oranges and vanilla gelato.

Easter Sunday at Zuma – Downtown Miami
Zuma Miami offers a host of kid-friendly activities to celebrate the holiday, including face painting, egg hunts, and visits from the Easter Bunny. Brunch starts at $90 and includes enhanced buffet options and special Easter desserts. For dinner, indulge in their Easter special, marinated lamb chops with yuzu goma and pickled cucumbers.

Easter Brunch at Klaw
Klaw’s Easter brunch on the rooftop features a preset menu with guest’s choice of a main entrée and a handful of a la carte add-on options. Guests can soak in the unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay while indulging in mouthwatering eats like King Crab scramble, grilled oysters, or grilled striped bass and Klaw rooftop’s signature cocktail sips. Brunch will be available on Easter Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Sofia Design District 

Miami Design District’s newest Italian hotspot, Sofia, is celebrating Easter with a special brunch menu served from 11AM-3PM. The Easter brunch will include some new additions available only during Easter that will include frittata ($28) made with asparagus, roasted heirloom tomatoes, fontina, and shaved black truffle; caviar benedict ($48) made with House English muffin, poached egg, Royal ossestra and champagne hollandaise; Strawberry Pistachio Tart ($15) with white chocolate mousse, pistachio sponge, macerated strawberries, candied Sicilian pistachios. Sofia will also serve their a la carte brunch menu and bottomless rose and champagne packages for $40 pp. Sofia Design District delivers a glamorous and refined brunch experience within its luxurious indoor dining room and expansive outdoor courtyard, surrounded by lush greenery, frilly rose umbrellas, and cozy pink lounge chairs.

Amal Miami

Lebanese hotspot Amal is celebrating Easter with a special brunch menu served from 11AM-3PM and an Easter Egg Hunt from 12PM -1PM. The Easter brunch will include some new additions available only during Easter that will include avocado toast ($24) with labneh, sourdough, poached egg, zaatar, heirloom tomatoes lobster benedict ($38) with heirloom tomatoes, Aleppo pepper, hollandaise, breakfast potatoes, dolma lamb chops ($48) made with meat grape leaves and yogurt cucumber and for dessert orange cake($14) with white chocolate ganache and blood orange sorbet. Amal will also serve their a la carte brunch menu and bottomless rose and champagne packages for $40 pp. Inspired by the shores of Lebanon, Amal was designed with a soft palette of pinks, terracotta, and pastel blue against white plaster and oak furnishings. The 180-seat restaurant features modern interpretations of popular shared items across a traditional Lebanese dinner table such as: dips, salads, hot mezzes, skewers, and new takes on traditional entrees with the truffle rakakat, pistachio kebab, and black cod. An ample assortment of Lebanese wines, along with domestic and international vintages, round out the menu.

Level 6 

Coconut Grove’s newest rooftop restaurant and lounge, Level 6, is celebrating Easter with a very special brunch menu with some new additions available only during Easter. The menu will feature bacon dates ($16) with applewood smoked, goat cheese, marcona almonds, and truffle honey; yellow gazpacho ($24) made with Maine lobster, avocado, served on a  toasted brioche; grilled lamb chops ($54) with morel mushrooms, pickled ramp salsa verde, and snap peas; and clementine pannacotta ($15) with poached clementine, clementine coulie, and almond tuile. Served from 10:30AM-3PM, guests can expect a live DJ and bottomless cava, mimosa & bellinis for $40 pp, amid unmatched views of Biscayne Bay and the shimmering Miami skyline. Join Level 6 for a delectable Easter brunch that pairs an unbeatable culinary experience with impeccable scenery, curated music, and perfected cocktails.

Red Rooster Overtown

Red Rooster Overtown Celebrates Easter Sunday with Specials & the Annual Easter Egg Hunt  

Red Rooster Overtown, the acclaimed Overtown restaurant presented by Marcus Samuelsson, Derek Fleming & Michael Simkins, is celebrating Easter with specialty brunch additions and an Easter Egg Hunt. In addition to the restaurant’s already sumptuous brunch menu, guests can enjoy specials like chilled lobster ($29) minted peas, pea tendrils, lemon yogurt, sumac, tomatoes; BBQ braised lamb neck ($38) lamb black rice, Moroccan shrimp, crispy brussels sprouts, Uni mayo; and Marcus’ cornbread French toast ($13) sour cream ice cream, lemon curd, blackberry rum syrup, pistachio crumble. Brunch is available from 10AM-3PM. Red Rooster’s Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 11:30AM. Kids who attend the egg hunt can enjoy free ice cream, egg & spoon races, sack races, face painting, and giveaways.

Egg Hunt (11:30am) | Brunch (10am-3pm)