- Diana Brandt
Top picks for Easter Brunch
You guys asked for it, so here it is.
If you are still looking for a place to have your Easter Brunch, I've got a few of my top picks. In all honesty, you'll find me at the Princess where we will be eating an enticing and over the top buffet and then collecting Easter eggs with the bunny, taking pictures with the Mad Hatter, riding horses, petting all my favorite animals, listening to music and more! Yes it's a little pricey but if you have kids and you want an all encompassing event to entertain them the entire day and also a place to create a tradition, this might be it. It has been for us.
If you want a great brunch and then to go home and hang out, here's a few other options for you.
Jewel's Bakery not only has some of my favorite chicken and waffles but they are also gluten free, for anyone looking for that kind of option. This Easter they are putting out all the stops with a fabulous meal you're destined to enjoy.
The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass provides families with the perfect setting to come together and celebrate Easter. Enjoy an inspired Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Bring your entire family to Ko’sin, indulge on a grand brunch and celebrate the tradition of making Easter memories. Guests can enjoy a crêpe and pancake bar, gourmet omelet station, a variety of cutting board classics such as pineapple glazed pit ham and entrées that include roasted lamb shoulder and sweet potato hash. Conclude your dining
experience with your choice of sweet treats, among the offerings are roasted strawberry cheesecake shots, carrot cake verrines, butterscotch pudding and bird’s nest cupcakes.
Though typically closed on Sundays, The Gladly has big plans for Sunday, April 1 complete with a special Easter Brunch menu full of signature dishes and mid-morning libations. Make your reservations on OpenTable.com
Available from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 1, The Gladly’s decadent, a la carte Easter Brunch menu features many of Chef Bernie’s specialties, with some tasty additions and treats in honor of the occasion. Think twists on traditional brunch-time favorites, such as Eggs “Bernie”-dict, made with over-easy eggs, smoked sausage and fondue on a pretzel roll, or Baked French Toast featuring Noble Wonderous Bread, custard, dried cherries, maple and whipped cream.
The Gladly’s Easter Brunch menu also boasts plenty of heartier options for late risers, among them the Buttermooink Burger, made with Wagyu beef and pork and served alongside lettuce, tomato and bacon-Russian dressing, and Chilean Crab Cakes, served up with roasted corn salad, avocado sauce and chili oil.
The Omni has two options for you.
Easter Day Brunch at Prado
Celebrate Easter with a traditional brunch including made-to-order items such as crepes, waffles and eggs benedict. There will also be a variety of small bites, signature tapas, seafood, and chef-inspired seasonal pastries. Live music and patio seating will complement the experience, hosting stunning views of Camelback Mountain.
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Adults: $95; Children 10 & Under: $39
Easter Bunny Breakfast
Enjoy brunch and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Savor a full breakfast with delicious fruits, breads, farm-fresh scrambled eggs, French toast, smoked bacon, desserts, and more. Kids events such as cookie decorating, Easter themed arts and crafts and egg hunt will be available, in addition to photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny.
9:00 a.m. – Noon
Adults: $50; Children 3-12: $35
Artizen Crafted American Kitchen & Bar at The Camby | Phoenix, Ariz.
Come Easter Sunday, enjoy a delectable Easter Brunch at Artizen Crafted American Kitchen & Bar at The Camby that includes live music and a photographer taking complimentary family photos. Executive Chef, Dushyant Singh cooks up culinary perfection in a buffet-style spread. This year’s springtime feast features a salad station with dishes that pop like the yellow and golden beet salad alongside classic carving station offerings like beef wellington and honey glazed ham. Chef prepared omelets, breakfast enchiladas and a French toast casserole marinated in berries, maple syrup and candied nuts promise a meal sure to satisfy every Easter craving. Brunch prices start at $75++ per person and $25++ for children 12 and under plus tax and gratuity.