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.