Rosewood Miramar Beach, the newest destination for South Coast visitors has announced special guest experiences in celebration of the 2019 Easter holiday including an interactive Easter Egg hunt and bunny petting zoo, and a beach-side brunch.

“On the heels of our exciting opening this season, we’re thrilled to invite guests and locals alike to join us at Rosewood Miramar Beach for the Easter holiday,” said Seán Carney, managing director of Rosewood Miramar Beach. “With our beachfront location and child-friendly programs and amenities, Rosewood Miramar Beach is a memorable and welcoming destination for families. From kids’ menus to engaging activities, the resort will cater to its younger guests so that families can experience a memorable time together this Easter.”

Caruso’s, the resort’s oceanfront restaurant, will offer a Beachside Easter Brunch where executive chef Massimo Falsini has prepared a four-course, prix-fixe menu that combines coastal Californian cuisine with flavors of Southern Italy. Beginning with a reception on the terrace that will feature a vodka and caviar bar, live oyster shucking and sea urchins. The brunch will allow guests to choose from a roster of dishes, including Stracciatella alla Romana, Lemon and Buffalo Ricotta Pancakes, Whole-Roasted Striped Bass for Two and Pan Roasted Sonoma Rack of Lamb. Open from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 21, the Beachside Easter Brunch will be offered for $225 for adults and $110 for children age 12 and under.

Additionally, a second Miramar Easter Brunch and Celebration will take place on the “Great Lawn,” featuring a buffet that includes Spring Pea, Spinach and Goat Cheese Quiche, Carpinteria Avocado Toast with Mancha-Manteles and Poached Eggs, Assorted Sushi and Sashimi, Slow Roasted Prime Rib & Rocky Canyon Chicken and more. Geared towards younger guests, the  Explorers’ Station will offer staunch staples such as Belgian Waffles with Maple Syrup, Penne with Tomato Sauce and Parmigiano Reggiano and The Un-Crustable PB&J. Also open from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Easter, the Great Lawn Brunch will be offered for $160 for adults and $80 for children age 12 and under.

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  1. Sbmizzou says:

    I don’t want to be that guy but those prices are outrageous. Lol….$80 for kids menu that highlights pbj and penne pasta. I think the boys and I will just drop mom off and pick her up when she is done.

  2. Peter says:

    Best to first fatten the kids up at a fast food joint of there choosing prior to the brunch, then turn them loose on the beach under a watchful eye from above at Caruso’s. Can’t imagine little 7 year old Timmy making the most out of a rack of lamb or a whole fish! Perhaps the $110.00 pancakes might be a hit (hold the Vodka & caviar).

  3. Nancy Freeman says:

    This town served the worst food of any place Ive ever been, and I’ve travelled extensively.
    Worst part of eating bad food is the reduculous exhorbitant prices.
    Untenable combination!!

    • Katie says:

      WOW is all I can say. I don’t think Easter Sunday is the time or place to try to make the most of a Vodka/caviar bar. But at $225 the family would be turnin’ up on a Sunday. I hope the hotel learns from this year and tries to make this a slightly less lavish, more attainable affair next year. (PS- where do the bunnies come from??)

    • SL says:

      So true Nancy!

  4. Polly K. says:

    Nancy, are you saying that the worst food you’ve ever eaten has been in Santa Barbara?

    If so, wow, what a silly claim. We may have a lot of redundant, mediocre places (like every coastal tourist driven city) but it’s not hard at all to get really good food here, and at any price.

    But maybe “reduculous” and “exhorbitant” are a clue here.

  5. syvfoodie says:

    Rick Caruso is a smart guy but I think even he would struggle to justify those prices…!

  6. Sally says:

    And … to top it off, The Miramar is requiring a paper “application” (including credit card info) to make an Easter brunch reservation. When we explained the privacy/security problems associated with this policy, they replied that we could bring the form over in person, and would not accept a cc over the phone to make a reservation.