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Food | Celebrate Easter at Mio

Easter Brunch at Mio is bound to be your new favorite tradition...

Easter Brunch Mio Restaurant

This weekend, celebrate Easter at Mio Restaurant, with an exclusive Easter Brunch menu. Come in and expect to be amazed by the range of dishes influence by Latin metropolises such as Puerto Rico, Lima, Ciudad de México, Caracas, La Havana, and San Juan, all crafted by Executive Chef Roberto Hernandez.

Sit down with your loved ones and pass around a fresh plate of Fried Yuca, warm up your appetite with the delectable Ensalada de Remolacha Rostizado, or dig into a huge plate of Pescado a la Plancha. The possibilities are endlessly delicious.

Standouts not to be missed include Tiradito de Chillo, snapper sashimi with candied kumquats, cherry and lime Vinaigrette, and crystallized culantro; Ensalada de Burrata or Crema de Malanga; Ratatoullie de Berenjena; Camarones y Vieira, pan seared scallop and crisp shrimp with smoked parsnip puree, and a black cherry reduction; Mero Crocante, phyllo grouper with butter poached fingerling potatoes and a Caribbean sour cherry emulsion, or Chuletón de Ternera, seared milk veal chop with yucca gallete and oregano brujo brown butter.

Desserts are just as enticing. Both the Dulce de Acerola with reserved Caribbean cherry and brulée queso fresco, or Tarta Cereza Negra, black cherry cobbler are not to be missed.

For the perfect pairing, an assortment of draft beer, bottled beer, and wines by the glass will be available, as well as Mio’s premium blend of 100% Arabica sundried coffee. Non-alcoholic beverages such as house-made Mango Iced Tea, Citrus Punch, Mint Lemonade and Guava Lemonade will also and priced be served and are priced from $3.50-$4.

Brunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 5th, and you can make reservations here.

About the author:

As Latin é's Editor-in-Chief, Caitlin believes in quality over quantity, doing things right the first time, and humming to herself during difficult tasks. A true Texan at heart, she also believes in the power of cowboy boots, that the stars at night should always be big and bright, and that everything (especially the food) is bigger in Texas. When she's not writing or editing she enjoys curling up to read a good book (or three), going on grand adventures (the more walking involved, the better) with her adoring and adorable husband, bright colors (in clothes, cooking, and everything else), and going barefoot. She likes her food spicy, her music soulful, and her news breaking. You can read more of her work on her website, www.themathom-house.com!

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