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Celebrating Passover and Easter in Miami is going to be a little different this year. With mandated shutdowns of businesses and places of community gatherings and stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19, Miami will be staying home for the foreseeable future to help prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. This means live streaming Easter Sunday service, joining a virtual Passover Seder, face-timing grandparents, and entertaining kids with virtual Easter egg hunt. 

Maybe we’ll be away from our family, but luckily a number of Miami restaurants will be serving special takeout menus and meal kits for Passover and Easter, keeping at least one aspect of the tradition alive. Check out our roundup of restaurants offering Passover Seder meals and Easter menus. 

Don’t forget to take a look at our roundup of restaurants open for delivery, takeout, and pickup.


The popular spot in Wynwood, Alter is offering Easter specials. From cook-at-home steak dinner kit to roasted chicken dinner for the family, Alter’s Easter takeout options sound amazing. The restaurant is currently operating from noon to 9 pm. The Easter menu prices vary from 30 to 55 dollars. You can order for pickup or delivery on this website.

Ariete Miami

Passover and Easter in Miami 2020
Ariete – Photo Credit: Blue Shell Media

Located in Coconut Grove, Ariete is offering a family-style Easter menu, which serves four and includes options such as whole yellowtail snapper, beef roast, braised lamb, traditional or vegetarian bolognese, and more. You can give the restaurant a call at (786) 615-3747 or check out their Instagram. 

Bill Hansen Catering

Located in Coconut Grove, Bill Hansen Catering has prepared a Passover menu that includes a seder plate, appetizers, and desserts. There’s a 4-guest per order minimum and the menu is $32 per person. The delivery is free, however, the orders need to be placed 48 hours in advance.

Casa Sensei

Passover and Easter in Miami 2020
Casa Sensei

Pan Asian and Latin Fusion restaurant Casa Sensei is offering an Easter special including the Easter Egg Hunt. The special menu serves a family of four with main course options such as lamb chops, salmon, or Korean steak along with sides like garlic mashed potatoes, Brussel sprouts, green beans, and more. 


LoKal and Vicky’s House will be open on Easter Sunday, offering takeout and delivery from noon to 9 pm. The restaurant also offers a $10 first responder menu to the frontline workers at the hospitals. 


RWSB at the W South Beach is another restaurant offering Easter menu. The restaurant’s four-course Easter special includes options such as crab salad, roasted lamb shoulder, scalloped potatoes, honey glazed baby carrots, a pastiera Napoletana, and a whole pie. You can call the restaurant at (305) 938-3112 to pre-order for pickup or order on Ubereats, Postmates, or Grubhub for same-day delivery. 

Stubborn Seed

Chef Jeremy Ford’s Stubborn Seed is offering an Easter menu for your family. 160-dollar easter menu feeds four and includes dishes like warm celery root, Bell and Evans chicken, beef ragout pappardelle plus housemade bread and wine. The menu is available all Easter weekend and you can order for pickup and delivery.


Easter comes early this year! Are you still looking to make plans? We’ve put together a roundup of some of the best places to score a reservation for Easter 2016 in Miami.

Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room {1395 Brickell Avenue, Brickell; 305.503.6500}
From Noon-3pm, join Atrio at the Conrad Miami for an Easter brunch featuring a full American breakfast buffet and omelette station; a seafood bar; a selection of seasonal salads (Tomato Salad, Orzo Pasta and Minted Zucchini Salad, and Mini Salmon Salad Niçoise); a meat station; and an expansive dessert station. Kids will enjoy a special egg hunt, egg decorating, and Easter baskets. Cost is $75 per adult, $27 per child ages 5-12.

The Biltmore Hotel {1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables; 305.913.3200}
From 10am-4pm, treat yourself and your family to one of Miami’s most celebrated and lavish Champagne brunches featuring an extravagant buffet with delicacies such as caviar, smoked salmon, shellfish, carved meats, fresh omelettes, pastas, sushi, desserts, and more. Cost is $95 per person.

Bulla Gastrobar {2500 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables; 305.441.0107}
This year, Easter falls on the same day as National Paella Day, and Bulla is preparing a special paella feast on its beautiful terrace. Enjoy passed Gazpacho Andaluz; a meat and cheese platter; Patatas Bravas; and a trio of Paella de la Huerta, Paella de Pollo y Setas, and Paella Mar y Montana. A mini flan will end the evening on a sweet note. The event will take place at 6:30pm is priced at $48 per person (add $15 for bottomless sangria). Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling the restaurant.

Cipriani {Brickell Avenue, Brickell; 786.329.4090}
For Easter Sunday, Cirpiani will be offering a special all-day three-course menu for just $90 per person. Diners will enjoy a welcome Bellini, choice of appetizer (Burrata “alla Mediterranea” or Homemade Ravioli with fresh peas, butter, and Parmesan); choice of main course (Pan-Roasted Monkfish with lemon and capers served with rice pilaf or Slow-Roasted Lamb Shoulder with rosemary potatoes and braised chicory); and a Hazelnut Parfait for dessert. For reservations, call restaurant or email reservationsmiami@cipriani.com.

COYA {999 Brickell Avenue, Brickell; 305.415.9990}
From noon-3pm, Brickell’s new Peruvian restaurant is offering a special three-course Easter brunch menu for just $45 per person (add $25 per person for bottomless select cocktails, Champagne, and rosé wine). The first course will include four Crocantes for the table to share, including the Ceviche Clasico and the Chicharron de Cerdo; choice of signature entrée; and chef’s selection of desserts for the table. There will be an Easter egg hunt for kids in addition to an adult Easter egg hunt where one lucky will receive dinner for two at COYA plus a two-night stay at the JW Marriott Miami.

Jaya at The Setai {2001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; 855.923.7899}
An indulgent culinary journey awaits with The Setai’s famous Sunday brunch featuring jazz band Vinyl Blvd and an array of rotisserie, seafood, Indian, and Asian stations. Two seatings are available: 11:45am and 2pm. A special Easter egg hunt will take place in the courtyard at 11am. Cost is $115 per adult; $58 per child. Other Easter events at the Setai: Easter Egg Painting Class on Saturday, March 26 at 3:30pm, and an Egg Cracking Ceremony at the pool and beach bar on Monday, March 28 at 5pm. For reservations, call 855.923.7899 or email dining@thesetaihotel.com.

Market at EDITION {2901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; 786.257.4600}
The Miami Beach EDITION’s signature Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant will offer a special three-course dinner for $65 per person. First Course: Scotch Egg with pickled spring vegetable salad; Second Course: Rabbit Ravioli with English peas and Riesling thyme reduction; Dessert: Strawberry Rhubarb Panna Cotta.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room {900 South Miami Avenue, Brickell; 305.372.8862}
Oceanaire will be opening early at 11am and offering special brunch items such as Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, Brioche French Toast, and Crab Cake Eggs Benedict along with classic seafood favorites.

Tamarina {600 Brickell Avenue, Brickell; 305.579.1888}
Join Tamarina for an Italian Easter with its signature Sunday brunch buffet from 11:30am-4pm. The restaurant will be set up with carving, pasta, dessert, and omelette stations. At 2pm, kids eating at Tamarina are invited to a fountain-side Easter egg hunt in the plaza with balloon animals.

—Sherri Balefsky | Miami Editor


By Sherri Balefsky | Online Editor

Easter is just around the corner, and Sunday brunch reservations are filling up quickly. Don’t wait until the last minute; book your table now with Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room {Conrad Miami, 1395 Brickell Avenue, Brickell; 305.503.6529}. Enjoy sweeping views of the city and bay—some of the best views in town—from the restaurant’s chic 25th floor while relishing an expansive buffet with an array of flavorful options:

  • A prime seafood bar featuring shrimp cocktail, peel-and-eat shrimp, assorted sushi, and smoked salmon accompanied by mignonette, cocktail sauce, and mustard dip
  • Seasonal salads such as the Mango Lobster; Three Sister Green and Yellow Bean, Orzo Pasta and Minted Zucchini; Mini Tuna Salad Niçoise; and Gazpacho
  • A charcuterie and antipasto display
  • A traditional carving station featuring Roast Angus Rib-Eye with roasted duck fat potatoes and Whole Salt-Crusted Scottish Salmon with Champagne beurre blanc

And be sure to save room for the decadent dessert station, featuring carrot cake, chocolate pudding, sponge cake, ginger banana pudding, and Easter cupcakes.

Fun for the whole family, the Atrio Easter brunch offers kids fun activities such as arts and crafts and a cookie-decorating station. And who knows, maybe the Easter Bunny will make a surprise appearance.

Easter Brunch at Atrio will take place on Sunday, April 5, from 11:30am-3pm. Cost is $75 per adult and $24 per child. Children under 5 dine free. For reservations, call 305.503.6529.