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KYU MIAMI | Miami Easter Brunch Guide 2016
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Prepare for an overabundance of chocolate-filled bunnies and multicolored eggs, because Easter is this Sunday, March 27. But sweets and egg hunts aside, it’s also one of the biggest Sunday brunch days of the year, meaning it’s time to peep some menus and make reservations. From eateries familiar with the weekend meal soiree to those opening their doors exclusively for the holiday, consider hopping over to one of these restaurants offering eggs and pastries, along with more elaborate plates such as grilled octopus and crisp crab steamed buns. Prices generally do not include tax and gratuity, and reservations are a highly recommended.


Wynwood’s new Asian-inspired barbecue concept, Kyu, recently launched its Sunday brunch and will be open for Easter. Wood-fired menu options include crisp crab steamed buns, grilled octopus with palm hearts and sudachi lime, and pork and shiitake gyoza in a smoked truffle ponzu. Breakfast-centric plates include banana-and-bourbon French toast with salted butter and maple syrup, and steak and eggs with fire-roasted kimchee and sides like duck sausage and maple-schicimi bacon.


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