A home-cooked Easter dinner is great and all, but sometimes the labor and stress of pulling it off outweigh the pleasure of it. Here at La Cerveceria de Barrio, we’d like to invite you to join us for the holiday: We’ll do all the cooking for you and you’ll get to reap the reward of an utterly fabulous Mexican meal!

With not one but two locations in Miami Beach—Lincoln Road and Ocean Beach—you’ve got your pick for Easter dining of absolute perfection.

A Miami Beach Easter, Cantina-Style

Joining us at La Cerveceria de Barrio for Easter isn’t just about the convenience of not having to cook (or clean up!): It’s also, of course, about the caliber of our cuisine, the same enjoyed at our numerous branches in Mexico. We humbly suggest you won’t find a better Mexican feast than at our two Miami Beach restaurants: the first La Cerveceria de Barrio locations to open in the U.S.

The dishes at our casual and welcoming seafood-centered cantinas summon the spirit of Mexican street food and family cooking—in other words, some of the most beautifully rich cuisine in the world.

Perhaps you’ll begin with one of our toothsome starters or appetizers—well, maybe we’ve already gotten ahead of ourselves. Perhaps you’ll start with a margarita (on the rocks or frozen), or maybe an ice-cold beer. Thus armed, you can decide on a few small plates or platters to get things going on the right note: our Chicken Flautas, say, or our Barrio Ribs, or a couple of our multiple guacamoles, or perhaps some shrimp, tuna, or octopus tostadas.

For a main course, you’ll also have fantastic variety at your fingertips (and fork-tips): seafood or “land” tacos, from Baja Fish to the thin-sliced skirt steak of our Piratita Taco; burgers and the Mexican sandwiches called tortas; our specialty entrees, including the El Jefe Burrito, the Fresh Florida Snapper, the Shrimp Mole, and the Molcajete Mixto, a lavish bowl combining skirt steak, chicken breast, Gulf shrimp, bell peppers, cactus leaves, spring onions, and cheese in a superb red guajilo or green tomatilla sauce.

Easter dessert might take the form of our homemade Nutella Empanadas, Corn Cake, Fruit Tart, or perhaps a Coconut Flan or some ice cream.

In short, there’ll be something for everybody—young and old, picky eater and all-embracing gourmand—at the La Cerveceria de Barrio table this Easter!

Join Us for Miami Beach Easter Dining at La Cerveceria de Barrio

We hope you’ll join us at one of our two Miami Beach cantinas for an Easter lunch or dinner this April 21st. If you’ve got a large party, no worries: Fill out our Request for Proposal form for either the Lincoln Road or Ocean Drive location to make a group-dining reservation for the occasion!