These 9 Easter Brunches Are Worth Traveling For
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These 9 Easter Brunches Are Worth Traveling For

Cuisine , wine
Maggie J.
Maggie J. Apr 12, 2022

These Easter brunches are worth traveling for this holiday weekend. Visit some of the most exclusive restaurants for a taste of their special brunch menu. With Spring in the air, travelers are itching to get out of town. Good Friday is a great day to hop in the car, or onto a plane, and start celebrating the holiday early.

Brunch is a main, food-centric event of the annual Easter celebration. After getting up early to get dressed in the perfect Easter outfit and going to service, an appetite is worked up by late Sunday morning.

These Easter Brunches Are Worth Traveling For
Jill Wellington

Celebrating with a tasteful, well-prepared meal after the long morning is the obvious choice, regardless of where you live. These Easter brunches are all worth traveling for, especially if that means staying the entire weekend holiday.

1. Top Of The Mark, San Francisco

 

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The views at Top of the Mark in San Francisco are never ending. The floor-to-ceiling windows encapsulates the entire restaurant. Housed on the 19th floor of InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, guests can expect to enjoy strawberry spinach salad, agave glazed bone-in Berkshire ham and chorizo stuffed quail. Satisfy your sweet tooth with desserts from the pastry shop.

2. Broussard's NOLA

Celebrating 100 years in business, Broussard’s in New Orleans knows how to brunch. Expect things like the Crawfish & Brie Omelet, turtle soup and Strawberry Praline Pain Perdue.

Broussard’s is infamous for its delectable Sunday brunches. The Easter version is even more creative and tasty.

3. The Inn On Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina

 

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Bring the kid’s and spend the night at the Estate to secure your reservation for Easter Brunch at Deerpark Restaurant on property.

To dine here, you must either have a ticket, or annual pass to the estate, or be a guest of one of the hotel’s on the vast property.

“Sunday Brunch Buffet expands to include farm-to-table breakfast favorites and hand-carved meats. Enjoy live, local music each week.” Join in the day’s activities after brunch as well, with an egg hunt, bounce houses and pictures with the Easter bunny.

4. La Cuisine, Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris

Get away to Paris for Easter and have brunch on Sunday and Monday at La Cuisine inside of Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris.

“Easter pâtés, an assortment of seafood, and exceptional products selected for the occasion. As for dessert, pastry chef Quentin Lechat serves a range of chocolate-based treats,” according to Sortira Paris. Watch the kids delight in crafts and an egg hunt too.

5. The Surf Club Restaurant, Miami

This sweet Easter brunch at The Surf Club, curated by Chef Keller, “will honor the location’s history of good times and grand parties through a classic Continental cuisine, perfectly interpreted for today’s contemporary guests to enjoy the Surfside beach view.”

Expect caviar service, Tahitian vanilla crème brulée French toast as well as chicken and waffles. Not enough sweets? Dessert is offered as well.

6. Lago at Bellagio, Las Vegas

 

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There’s more than one option for Easter brunch at Bellagio, Las Vegas, but Lago is a favorite.

“The dining room has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, ensuring LAGO has the most spectacular views of the resort’s iconic fountains ever experienced on The Strip,” rightfully boasts Bellagio’s website. Modern Italian recipes by Chef Julian Serrano with powerful dessert options make your Easter Sunday complete.

7. Meadowood Napa Valley, California

Roasted wild mushrooms, asparagus soup, grilled cauliflower steak, pressed juices and unique desserts cater to the vegetarian on Easter Sunday. Meat options are available as well at Terrace Café, found inside Meadowood in Napa Valley.

8. Caviar Russe, New York

 

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As the name implies, Caviar Russe, “has provided New York’s most discerning diners a chance to indulge in one of the world’s unique and celebrated delicacies, caviar.”

Caviar Russe serves guest more than their famous caviar. And for Easter, the menu at this Michelin star restaurant is perfectly suited for both caviar lovers and non-caviar lovers alike. Caviar omelets and Dutch pancakes catch the eye. As do the berries served with Chantilly cream.

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