More Easter Brunches to Check Out in Broward and Palm Beach

Spring has technically been here for weeks already, but it's not official until Easter comes around. The time to pull out those pastels, ribbons, and bows is just around the corner, which means you'll need somewhere to go when you're dressed for the day. Whether you're looking to get in...
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Spring has technically been here for weeks already, but it's not official until Easter comes around.

The time to pull out those pastels, ribbons, and bows is just around the corner, which means you'll need somewhere to go when you're dressed for the day.

Whether you're looking to get in on a light brunch, a big all-you-can-eat brunch, or a celebratory dinner, options abound in South Florida.

Here are some more Easter specials in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

See Also: Ten Best Easter Brunches in Broward County

Brimstone Woodfire Grill, Pembroke Pines

To ring in the festivities, this Pembroke Pines spot is offering live music and a number of breakfast/lunch specials. In addition to $15 endless mimosas, it's serving a number of signature and classic menu items. Selections range from pancakes, French toast, and omelets to steak Benedict with two filet mignon medallions on homemade biscuits topped with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.

Beauty and the Feast, Fort Lauderdale

To celebrate the holiday, the Fort Lauderdale Beach spot is offering an endless brunch for $49.95 for adults, $24.95 for kids ages 6 to 12. It features options from wild berry silver dollar pancakes to crispy chicken sliders with spicy honey and mango slaw to omelet and carving stations. Throw in mimosas, bellinis, and bloody marys for an additional 15 bucks. Brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

NYY Steak, Coconut Creek

Yankee fans looking to get in on some brunch action have one New York baseball-themed option. NYY Steak is hosting an all-you-can-eat-and-drink (mimosas and bloody marys) for $60 per person. Dishes include a wide variety of options, ranging from smoked salmon eggs Benedict, scallops Rockefeller, rosemary-grilled lamb chops, strawberry-stuffed French toast, and a variety of stations.

Big City Tavern, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach

Both Big City locations are featuring unlimited mimosas and bloody marys for $12 and creative dishes. Selections include items like peanut butter 'n' jelly pancakes with bacon butter and fresh fruit ($12); crab cake Benedict ($16); and Belgian waffles with drunken berry compote, pecan butter, Vermont maple syrup, and freshly wrapped whipped cream ($12).

Oceans 234, Deerfield Beach

For a beachfront (we mean right on the beach) breakfast/lunch hybrid, this Deerfield place is offering special à la carte Easter dishes and cocktails right next to the sand.

Piñon Grill, Boca Raton

This Boca spot is offering $15 bottomless mimosas in addition to a special Easter menu. Items include selections like the "create your own" skillet scrambler, crab or steak Benedict, brioche thick-cut French toast, and silver-dollar pancakes and eggs.

Tanzy, Boca Raton

If you're not into the whole all-you-can-eat thing (some of us don't eat much in one sitting), this Mizner Park eatery is offering a special à la carte and prix fixe brunch option. Items include selections like eggs Sardou with poached eggs, baby artichokes, crispy prosciutto and truffle hollandaise sauce ($14); French toast made of brioche and topped with cinnamon butter, warm Canadian syrup, and whipped cream ($12); and cobb salad with shrimp and grilled chicken ($15). The prix fixe option includes an entrée, dessert, and cocktail for $22 per person.

Fork & Knife, Boca Raton

Comfort yourself this Easter at this new American spot. It's offering a selection of whimsical (and filling) Americana dishes such as Cap'n Crunch French toast ($10), brisket hash ($10), and the Signature F&K Burger, with cheddar cheese, fried egg, onion straws, bacon jam, and F&K burger sauce on challah bun ($14). Bottomless mimosas are offered in three flavors for $12. Endless bloody marys cost $15 per person.

City Oyster, Delray Beach

This Atlantic Avenue spot is serving some à la carte brunch specials such as Dutch Baby pancakes with seasonal fruit compote ($11), eggs Benedict ($13), and grilled skirt steak tacos with salsa, guacamole, sour cream, watermelon, and Dennis' pickled jalapeños ($14.50). Endless mimosas cost 12 bucks.

Bistro Ten Zero One, West Palm Beach

For a garden-inspired celebration, this West Palm Beach eatery is offering a farm-to-table-style brunch for $45 per adult, $22 per kid. It includes a raw bar, plated dishes, desserts, and carving station with bone-in whole Palmetto ham with pineapple glaze and mustard.

City Cellar, West Palm Beach

In addition to bottomless bloody marys and mimosas for ten bucks, this West Palm spot is featuring a selection of à la carte menu items. Maine lobster eggs Florentine on an English muffin with baby spinach, poached eggs, hollandaise, and breakfast potatoes are $19. Breakfast margherita pizza with mozzarella, applewood smoked bacon, cracked organic egg, scallions, and spiced hollandaise is $14.50.

Vic & Angelo's, Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens

For a big family-style Italian Easter, both Vic & Angelo's locations are serving a holiday brunch buffet for $39.95, per adult and $19.95 for per kids (ages 6 to 10). It includes a wide array of options, such as a carving station with prime rib, raw bar, omelet station, eggs Benedict, and mussels fra diavlo. It includes a complimentary glass of rose sparkling wine as well. The regular à la carte menu is also available.

Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Manalapan

If you're looking to truly make it a special holiday, this Palm Beach resort is hosting a fancy (and somewhat pricey) brunch with plenty of activities for the little ones. For $75 per adult, $35 per kid, sample from a diverse selection of fare. Choices include raw bar, sushi, carving and omelet stations, Mediterranean-style plated fare, and pastry-chef prepared desserts. Kids can participate in the Easter-egg hunt and meet the Easter Bunny himself.

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