Brunch Break

Brunch is never a bad idea, but if you’re looking for an excuse, Easter brunch is even better. We picked out three favorite spots for the meal that’s not quite breakfast, not quite lunch, and highly decadent.

By: 

FL Mag Staff

Published date: 

Apr. 1, 2018

On Las Olas, Big City Tavern is having its usual brunch, with a few additions. They include $13 unlimited mimosas or $13 bottomless bloody Marys with the purchase of an entree. They’ll also have homemade donuts, marshmallow-glazed, with Easter candy. There’s the “Easter ham and eggs” (honey-glazed ham with sunny-side-up eggs, breakfast potatoes and fruit cup and homemade cornbread for $17.95) and truffle deviled eggs and toast for $10.95.


Farther east on Las Olas, Louie Bossi is also adding a few specials to its usually popular Sunday “Bossi Brunch,” which always includes favorites such as salsicce and fried eggs, porchetta hash and a personal favorite of ours, whole-grain Nutella waffle. For Easter, they’re adding bottomless mimosas, bellinis, bloody Marys or Aperol Spritz for $13.


On the Intracoastal, Shooters always goes all out for Easter brunch. This year’s feast, which runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., features a menu that includes everything from traditional breakfast foods to a prime rib carving station to grilled salmon and mahi mahi to a raw bar and sushi. There’s a food station just for the kids, and the Easter Bunny’s showing up in the morning. It’s $59 for adults, $25 for kids 12 and under; drinks are not included.