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Ocean 2000 is located at 2000 N. Ocean Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-556-7667, or visit pelicanbeach.com/ocean2000.
7. Bongos Cuban Café
If you're looking for a South Florida-infused Easter celebration, Bongos Cuban Café might be your best option. For $40 per adult, $15 per 7- to 12-year-old (kids under 7 eat free), the Seminole Hard Rock restaurant is offering an endless buffet. It includes a number of stations ranging from breakfast and salads to traditional Cuban. The fare is a blend of Cuban and American flavors, with dishes like Cuban eggs Benedict, poached egg topped with hollandaise sauce, and grilled serrano ham served on toasted Cuban bread. Award-winning selections like the roasted pork made in a Caja China will also be featured. Chocolate tres leches, cheese flan, and fresh fruit salad with mint glaze are some of the dessert options for the day. Live entertainment, face painting, and kids' goody bags will also be part of the festivities.
Bongos Cuban Café is located at 5733 Seminole Way in Hollywood. Call 954-791-3040, or visit bongoscubancafe.com.
8. B Ocean
When it comes to celebrating Easter in South Florida, what more could you want than unlimited mimosas, good eats, and panoramas of the Atlantic? The answer is nothing. On Easter Sunday, B Ocean is offering all of the above for its holiday brunch. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the hotel will serve menu options for all palates and preferences for $69 per adult, $31 per kid. Items range from herb-crusted mahi-mahi and a jumbo-shrimp bar to roast prime rib of beer and leg of lamb to customized omelets. Plus, you get to finish it off with endless desserts — hey, it's a special occasion.
B Ocean is located at 999 Fort Lauderdale Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-302-5208, or visit boceanfortlauderdale.com.
9. Vienna Cafe & Wine Bar
Already listed as having one of the best brunches in Broward County, this Austrian-inspired Davie café is going big for the day of Jesus' resurrection. It's hosting an all-inclusive brunch with all the fixings for $32 per adult, $16.75 per child. The offerings are extensive, with tables for salads, smoked fish, peel-and-eat shrimp, pastries, omelets, hot stations, carving stations, Corn Flakes-crusted French toast, and even eggs Benedict. And it includes unlimited mimosas, coffee, tea, and soft drinks. It's so good, you'll be wishing every Sunday were Easter by the time you leave.
Vienna Cafe & Wine Bar is located at 9100 State Road 84 in Davie. Call 954-423-1961, or visit viennacafeandwinebar.com.
10. Fresh Harvest
For anyone looking to get in the Easter spirit, this seasonally inspired spot at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is going to be decked out for the holiday. Along with a visit from the Easter Bunny between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the restaurant is offering a budget-friendly all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch option. For $32.95, nosh on unlimited soup, raw bar, carving board, desserts, and kitchen-prepared items with as many mimosas as you like. Dishes span from honey-lacquered duck breast and slow-cooked leg of lamb to eggplant oysters and snow crab to eggs Benedict and quiche Lorraine. Finish it off with a never-ending chocolate fountain fantasy for dessert. Just try attempting all that at home.
Fresh Harvest is located at 5550 NW 40th St. in Coconut Creek. Call 954-977-6700, or visit seminolecoconutcreekcasino.com/dining/fresh-harvest.