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Best Restaurants For Easter Brunch 2013 In South Florida

Easter is a time of celebration for families and these restaurants help them to spend time with one another for brunch. Here is a list of the best places to go to celebrate the holiday with your family this year.

SushiSamba Dromo

600 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 673-5337
At the center of Lincoln Road lies SushiSamba Dromo restaurant. As the patrons enter, they are mixed into a fusion of Brazilian, Japanese and Peruvian music, cuisine and culture. There will be an Easter Brunch at the Lincoln Road restaurant where housemade quinoa waffles with kuromitsu and vanilla-cinnamon butter is a "sweet" selection off the menu to engross the patron. Move on to the savory with a South American frittata or a Samba cobb salad with wasabi ranch dressing. A brazilian-inspired brunch or feijoada can be purchased together with cocktails, bubbletails, batidas and virgin drinks.


Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

3252 N.E. 1st Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
(786) 369-0353
The Midtown Miami area with the Wynwood Art District nearby is becoming the cultural center of the city. A walk into the Sugarcane Raw Bar is like walking into the Blue Parrot from the movie "Casablanca." Its wood paneling, wicker fans and vines spiraling around columns relax patrons upon entering. Order the specialty waffles or pancakes featured during the month or opt for a hearty steak and eggs start to your day. Choose from one of the over 10 specialty brunch cocktails to toast Easter this year with your family.

660 Restaurant at The Angler's Boutique Resort

660 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 594-5811
The 660 Restaurant welcomes all Easter celebrants to enjoy a delicious special menu along with traditional brunch selections. Customers can sit and enjoy sweet potato and goat cheese empanadas, chorizo cornbread hash served with two sunny-side-up eggs under hollandaise and tomato sauce, flank steak pinwheel and/or banana bread pudding. Usual selections on the brunch menu include the morning burrito -- three scrambled eggs, spicy tomato sauce, cheddar cheese, cantimpalo chorizo, papitas and artisan lettuce salad -- the 660 bloody mary, pink port sangria and/or mimosas to complete the afternoon.

Area 31 Restaurant

270 Biscayne Blvd. Way
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 424-5234

Any Miami native or visiting family should attend the Easter Brunch at the Area 31 Restaurant. It is on the 16th floor of the Epic Hotel and overlooks the downtown Miami area and Biscayne Bay. The brunch will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is $75 per adult and $35 per child 12 years and younger. The brunch menu is delicious and is sure to please any palate. Choose from an assortment of breakfast breads (danishes, scones, croissants and muffins) or a seasonal fruit selection. Continue with breakfast by eating waffles with whipped cream and warm syrup or visit the omelet station.

The Dutch

2201 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 938-3111

Perhaps the best of transplanted influences from New York in Miami is the Dutch Restaurant. The well-known restaurant in the famous SoHo district of Manhattan is on Miami Beach, providing American-style cuisine with simple to luxurious dishes for the tourist or native on the Beach. For Easter, The Dutch will have a grand buffet with a carving station, shellfish and loads of pasta. The price is $75 per person which includes the brunch staple of endless mimosas.

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Eric L Labrador is a freelance writer covering all things Miami. His work can be found on

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