Every weekend Atlanta restaurants fire up sizzling, savory, delectable brunch fare, and Easter Sunday is no exception.
With rich, comfort foods like french toast drizzled with warm syrup or omelettes fried to perfection, sitting down for brunch can be a tasty way to celebrate the holiday.
We’ve found seven mouthwatering brunches happening in Atlanta.
The Capital Grille Easter Brunch
When: Sunday April 1
Where: The Capital Grille
Cost: $49 per adult, $15 per child
Enjoy an upscale Easter brunch at The Capital Grille, which is known for its steakhouse style selections. Adults can delight in a starter, entree and dessert with their brunch admission. A few of the main dishes include shrimp and grits, filet mignon and The Grille’s lobster frittata. Children also get to choose a starter, entree and dessert choice, such as fresh fruit, chicken fingers and ice cream. Reserve your table online.
Easter Brunch at Hampton + Hudson
When: April 1, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Hampton + Hudson Community Bar and Restaurant
Cost: $30 per person
Choose from Hampton + Hudson’s regular brunch menu or the chef’s three course family style meal during the gastropub’s Easter brunch. Asparagus and swiss tart, strawberry waffle and buttermilk panna cotta are a part of the chef’s meal. The restaurant is also running a special for two bottles of champagne and orange juice to make mimosas for $20. Make your reservation online.
Easter Brunch at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
When: April 1, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
Cost: $115 per adult, $75 per child 5-12, free for children under 5
The Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta will be celebrating Easter in a major way by offering more than 150 items during its upcoming Sunday brunch. Caviar, king crab legs and prime ribs are among the offerings. Don’t forget to make a reservation by calling the luxury hotel, because it is required.
Exclusive Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet
When: April 1, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Southern Art & Bourbon Bar
Cost: $95 per adult, $45 per child, free for children under 5
Get ready to indulge in the expansive brunch buffet at the Southern Art & Bourbon Bar. There will be stations for breakfast options, Southern Art classics, Belgian waffles, omelettes, carvery, sides, salads, seafood, desserts and food for kids. With more than 50 offerings, the brunch should be sure to satisfy your taste buds. Reservations can be made online.
Twisted Soul Easter Sunday Brunch
When: April 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours
Cost: $45 for buffet access
Enjoy Southern classics at Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours’ Sunday Brunch Buffet. On the menu are smothered pork chops, southern marinated fried chicken, strawberry arugula salad with feta and assorted desserts. Crab meat, shrimp and fresh oysters will also be served on the cold seafood cocktail bar. Make your reservation by calling the restaurant.
Easter Sunday Jazz Brunch
When: April 1, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Watershed on Peachtree
Cost: $35 per person
Mix live jazz sounds with a three-course brunch meal during the Easter Sunday Jazz Brunch at the Watershed on Peachtree. Executive Chef Zeb Stevenson will be whipping up appetizers ranging from BBQ carrots to grilled asparagus. Some of the second course selections include buttermilk pancakes, blackened redfish and chicken schnitzel. Finish off the meal with one of the desserts, such as the carrot cake, chocolate ganache cake or hot milk cake. Make your reservation online.
The St. Regis Atlanta Hosts Easter Brunch
When: April 1, 11:30 a.m.
Where: St. Regis Atlanta
Cost: $145 per adult, $75 for children 8 to 12, $59 for children 4 to 7, free for kids 3 and under
Experience a swanky Easter brunch at The St. Regis Atlanta’s Astor Ballroom. Hear the sounds of the Joe Gransden six piece band as you feast on brunch served up with endless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Children can participate in The St. Regis’ “Golden Egg” Easter egg hunt with the Easter Bunny. Book your spot on the hotel’s website.