The Top 10 Easter Brunches Across the U.S.

Spring has sprung and that means Easter is just around the corner! When Peter Cottontail comes hopping down the lane, we get all too excited for egg hunts, chocolates galore, and — most importantly — Easter brunch. Who doesn’t love the combo of booze and food on a Sunday afternoon? And when it’s in the name of all that is holy — well, that’s just an extra perk! A chic hotel is often just the place to find a perfect Easter brunch spread, so we’ve rounded up our favorites across the states. View our mouth-watering photos below and prepare yourself to mug down deliciously this Sunday.

Atrio at the Conrad Hotel, Miami (pictured above)

On the Menu: This Easter Sunday, Atrio at the Conrad Hotel will be serving up breakfast classics — pancakes, waffles and eggs — with a gourmet twist. A seafood bar, featuring oysters, lobster and stone crab, is a highlight. Parents will love the sweeping views of downtown Miami from the hotel’s 25th floor while kids will look forward to the Easter Bunny’s visit.

Price: $85/adults; $35/children

Adour at The St. Regis Washington, D.C.

On the Menu: Lauded for its French cuisine and funky decor, Alain Ducasse’s Adour will be serving diners dressed in their Sunday best this Easter. The three-course meal includes entrees such as Maine lobster and roasted Easter lamb. For dessert, the milk chocolate nest with hazelnut and sea salt ice cream is not to be missed.

Price: $90/adults; $40/children

Prado at the InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa, Scottsdale

On the menu: Prado’s Easter menu includes festive dishes such as roasted rack of lamb with mint chimicurri and the chef’s selection of tapas. There is also bottomless sparkling wine and mimosas for all, so you’ll be sure to be in a particularly cheery mood this holiday.

Price: $74/adults; $25/children

The Garden at the Four Seasons New York

On the menu: The Garden at the Four Seasons is serving a three-course Easter brunch that is as over-the-top as the hefty price tag. The menu features dishes such as vanilla-dipped brioche French toast with raspberries and Chantilly cream, as well as numerous bubbly cocktails for celebrating the holiday.

Price: $135/adult; $65/children

Laurel Court at The Fairmont San Francisco

On the menu: Already famous for its breakfast buffet, Laurel Court’s spread will go above and beyond on Easter. Raisin-brioche French toast, pesto eggs benedict and house-smoked salmon frittatas are all foods guests can look forward to. Plus, the Easter bunny will be making an appearance.

Price: $40/adults; $15/children

The Cafe at The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead, Atlanta

On the menu: The Ritz-Carlton in the upscale Buckhead neighborhood will also be serving a glamorous buffet. There will be pastries, chilled seafood, cheeses, an omelet station and traditional favorites like pancakes. The buffet will also have a “bubble bar” where diners can order tasty cocktails and fruity drinks.

Price: $99/adults; $49/children (Children under 5 eat for free.)

The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills

On the menu: The glamorous Belvedere, one of the top restaurants in Los Angeles, is offering an exclusive (hence the price tag) Easter brunch. Entrees include items such as sunchoke risotto, seared diver sea scallops and roasted Cornish game hen. Brunch is followed by a dessert buffet.

Price: $125/adults; $45/children

Cafe Boulud at The Surrey, New York City

On the menu: Renowned Cafe Boulud at The Surrey attracts tourists and locals all year round, and Easter is no different. This Sunday, the three-course meal includes entrees such as housemade garganelli, corned beef and hash and crab eggs benedict.

Price: $85/adults; $45/children

Asana at the Mandarin Oriental, Boston

On the menu: An Asian-inspired restaurant, Asana will offer a traditional Easter brunch — albeit favoring fresh, local seafood. The four-course menu includes oatmeal brulee, clam chowder, lemon ricotta pancakes and a gourmet steak and eggs. Desserts are particularly impressive, including a s’mores jar, a yuzu baba and a sesame creme brulee.

Price: $75/adults; $35/children

Sixteen at the Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago

On the menu: The Trump Hotel’s Sixteen restaurant offers an elaborate Easter brunch buffet. There will be a cold seafood station (serving up sushi and jumbo shrimp cocktails) and a carving station, as well as breakfast staples such as eggs benedict and waffles with berries and cream. The hefty price tag also includes a parting gift and a visit with the Easter Bunny for the kiddies.

Price: $125/adult; $30/children

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