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Happy Easter From The Light Group! Here Are Some Of Our Favorite Coconut Grove Easter Brunch Locations

Happy Easter from The Light Group! Whether you are religious or not, Easter is a lovely season that represents rebirth and joy. It ushers in the springtime brightness and what better way to bask in the springtime sunshine than with a decadent brunch.

Here in Coconut Grove, we have the good fortune of such a rich culinary environment with gorgeous and award-winning restaurants from practically type of cuisine. Here is a list of some of the best spots in Coconut Grove to enjoy your Easter Brunch.

Level 6 Miami – 3480 Main Highway, 6th Floor

For a brunch with a view, you’ll find an Easter egg on the rooftop of the boutique office building at 3480 Main Highway. With impeccable scenery and an inspired menu, guests will enjoy an elevated brunch experience with perfected cocktails and Spanish fusion dishes.

Some of the standout dishes for Easter Brunch include yellow gazpacho, caviar eggs benedict and dulce de leche custard. There is also a range of traditional Spanish tortillas with ham, smoked salmon or meatless options.

The Key Club – 3015 Grand Avenue

Groot Hospitality’s The Key Club is no stranger to our list of suggested places in Coconut Grove, having made their debut in the Spring of 2022. With a cozy terrace or inviting indoor space, The Key Club is key to celebrations of togetherness and culinary prowess.

For Easter this year, The Key Club is offering not only a brunch, but a dinner service as well. Easter Brunch runs from 11am-4pm with Easter Dinner from 4pm until late. Some of the standout dishes include Bourbon Sticky Buns with candied pecans, lobster benedicts, or Cinnamon Toast Crunch french toast. For refreshment, The Key Club has put a spin on the traditional brunch cocktails with Watermelon Spritz and Jah-Mama Mary.

The Watermelon Spritz is a mixture of Aperol, watermelon, orange and prosecco with the Jah-Mama Mary mixing Grey Goose, Miso and celery. Groups can also try pitchers of Lychee Sangria or Rosé Sangria.

Reservations are available for either on the Key Club website.

Bellini Coconut Grove – 2988 McFarlane Road

Brought to you by the Cipriani Family, a name that is synonymous with Italian sophistication and elegance, Bellini is perched atop the iconic Mr. C Hotel at 2988 McFarlane. With expansive views of the Biscayne Bay and exquisite dishes, this is the perfect spot for an elevated brunch in a casual yet sophisticated setting.

The Bellini Easter Brunch menu is full of traditional Italian favorites with modern surprises, twists and locally-sourced ingredients. The Italian Charcuterie and Cheese is a great way to start the celebration off with Piadina Bread and a selection of cured Italian meats and cheeses. This pairs well with the selection of Crudo options. These include dressed lobster, langoustine carpaccio or smoked salmon to enjoy while choosing from a full list of elegant benedicts and traditional brunch options.

After enjoying the level of service and opulence at Bellini, you may also want to explore the idea of embracing the lifestyle on a full-time basis as the Cipriani group is expanding their brand into residences. You will find their style and service at both Mr. C Residences in Coconut Grove as well as Cipriani Residences that will soon rise in the nearby Brickell neighborhood. Both of these towers have elegant culinary concepts blended throughout, making Cipriani a true lifestyle.

Jaguar Restaurant – 3067 Grand Avenue

If you have lived or visited Coconut Grove anytime in the last 20 years, you have likely become acquainted with Jaguar Restaurant. This is a lively Latin American experience that offers fun and flavors in a vibrant setting.

For Easter Brunch, Chef Oscar is preparing his traditional Jaguar favorites that include the spicy Huevos Rancheros and Migas con Huevo. The Huevos Rancheros include fried eggs covered in salsa ranchera and tortillas with black beans and the Migas con Huevo is another traditional Mexican dish that offers crispy tortilla bits and soft scrambled eggs.

Those who have a sweet tooth will want to choose the Cachapancakes that are made of sweet corn cachapas with maple syrup and bananas or the Pan con Maduros that are exactly as described. They are crispy custard-soaked toast with leche quemada, cream and sweet maduros.

If you are thirsty, the bottomless Tropical Sangria is the perfect touch for this laid-back Easter brunch to bring in the Coconut Grove spring vibes.

Amal Miami – 3480 Main Highway, Suite 100

If you find joy in elegant Lebanese cuisine, you should not miss the Easter Brunch at Amal Miami. Located on the ground level of 3480 Main Highway, Amal Miami is another restaurant concept that makes frequent appearances on our “best of ___” lists for Coconut Grove. With over 20 hospitality venues in operation, Amal Miami came to Coconut Grove in the spring of 2022 and has been celebrated for style, service and cuisine.

The cuisine at Amal offers a new perspective on long held traditions, where you can find the vibrancy of spring in the elegance of high Lebanese cuisine. The exquisite cocktail program offers the finest ingredients including orange blossom water, rosewater, citrus and the highest quality spirits. Dishes at Amal are perfect for family-style dining with shareable options that include decadent varieties of hummus, flatbreads, meats and a list of egg options.

Red Farm NYC – 3131 Commodore Plaza

Red Farm NYC is one of the newer additions to our list, and what an entrance they are making! Kicking off their new Dim Sum Brunch, they are rolling out a special Easter-themed menu complete with carrot-shaped sweet custard buns and Easter Bunny-inspired shrimp dumplings (pictured above).

The fun creations are going to be available for Easter Brunch seatings on both Saturday and Sunday in addition to their comprehensive Modern Chinese menu designed by Chef Joe Ng and food expert Ed Schoenfeld.

Sadelle’s Coconut Grove – 3321 Mary Street

Beginning in SoHo in 2016, Major Food Group’s Sadelle’s brings a modern twist to New York’s tradition of all-day dining. Now that this concept has expanded into Coconut Grove, diners are able to show up for Easter Brunch starting at 9am.

In addition to local accolades, Sadelle’s has earned such honors as Harper’s Bazaar and Cosmopolitan Magazines’ lists of Essential Brunch Destinations and the sticky buns were ranked as one of the New York Times’ Best Dishes of 2015.

This year’s Easter Brunch in Coconut Grove will bring a theme of Easter Blooms in the Heart. Diners will enjoy traditional New York-style fare such as Easter Egg Bagels with a variety of fish on tiered stands with fresh, zesty toppings, Sweet Bunny Buns and Fluffy Challah French Toast.

Major Food Group has established itself as a new Miami staple over recent months/years with several different restaurant concepts throughout the Downtown Miami/Miami Beach/Coconut Grove area. The hospitality group is even rolling out a residential condo tower dedicated to culinary enthusiasts called Villa Miami in the Edgewater district of Miami.

Greenstreet Cafe – 3468 Main Highway

When it comes to brunch in Coconut Grove, you cannot be considered a true Groveite until you have brunched at Greenstreet. These are the rules. It is the go-to spot for locals, their visitors and even their furry friends to visit the patio, enjoy an inspired menu of traditional gourmet dishes and to bask in the ambiance that Coconut Grove offers.

Of course, these are not the only amazing restaurant choices in Coconut Grove. We have been blessed with such a boundless culinary scene. Make sure to try out these restaurants, but also stay tuned as we make additional suggestions from our experience as Coconut Grove residents and real estate specialists.

Featured Image Credit: Red Farm NYC

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