Springtime in Atlanta brings the promise of warmer weather, blooming flowers (and pollen, ugh!), and of course, Easter celebrations. Our diverse culinary scene offers a lot of reasons NOT to cook with a variety of delicious options. From traditional southern fare to international cuisine, there's something for everyone. Don't DIY this year, explore some of the best Easter brunch spots in Atlanta for 2023, showcasing the delicious food and unique atmosphere of each location.
Easter Brunch Dine-In
No Easter celebration would be complete without a visit from
the Easter Bunny! Hop on over to Atlantic
Station with your family to meet the Bunny and take some fun Easter photos
on Saturday, April 8. And be sure to grab some complimentary eggs while you're
there! Pictures with the Easter Bunny will take place from 12-2 p.m. on the
Atlantic Green. Visit AtlanticStation.com
for more info.
Looking for an unforgettable Easter Day dining experience up above the city? We invite you to join us for brunch at 9 Mile Station on Easter Sunday. So sit back, relax, and let us take care of everything. From our fluffy French Toast to our succulent 9 Mile Burger, we guarantee to delight your taste buds. Reservations are filling up quickly, so don't wait to book your spot. Make a reservation here.
another rooftop Easter dining experience, head to Rooftop
L.O.A. Their new menu features seasonal ingredients and
carefully crafted flavors; you'll have a meal that delights your taste buds.
Whether you choose to indulge in brunch or dinner, you'll have plenty of drink
options to accompany your meal, including cocktails, wine, and mimosas. Be sure
your reservation soon, as spots are filling up quickly.
COOKS & SOLDIERS - Open for special Easter brunch beginning at 11 a.m. followed by dinner until 8 p.m., features include feuillete (puff pastry filled with jamon iberico, burrata & pistachio), sarteneko (crispy polenta cake for 2-4 filled with Iberico bacon, chistorra + piquillo) and torrijas - a classic Basque french toast, plus much more. Reserve here.
Easter Gospel Brunch featuring Darius Paulk at City Winery Atlanta Guests can enjoy a brunch buffet at City Winery Atlanta while taking in a gospel performance by Darius Paulk starting at noon. Tickets for the show can be purchased here for $25-35. The brunch buffet will be charged separately onsite.
THE IBERIAN PIG - both
open for brunch and dinner, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. BUCKHEAD - Featured dishes include huevos
a la flamenca (baked eggs with roasted tomatoes, piquillos, pearl
onion, jamón serrano) and paella fried rice (dacsa rice,
pork belly, mushrooms, green peas, spring carrots, garlic aioli,
togarashi) among others, and cheers with sparkling rosé sangria
(rosé, raspberry, grapefruit, cava) or an into the garden
(Ketel One Peach & Orange Blossom, elderflower, cranberry,
Lapeer Steak & Seafood will offer a prix fixe Easter menu filled with good food, great company and plenty of egg-citing surprises! Menu highlights include Shrimp Bisque, Roasted Beef Tenderloin and Pan Roasted Salmon. Reservations can be made here.
ECCO BUCKHEAD + MIDTOWN - Easter brunch is back, open for special hours from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at both locations, with a prix-fixe menu on offer - think festive brunch plates
& house-made pastries. Choose location + reserve here. - IMAGE
SOUTH CITY KITCHEN -
at the Midtown, Vinings & Buckhead locations, celebrate Easter with all
day brunch from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Choose location + reserve your table to enjoy the prix-fixe menu featuring South City staples
& Easter specials! - IMAGES
KING + DUKE - Brunch
begins at 10 a.m., served until 2:30 p.m - reserve here &
enjoy ricotta zeppoles, crispy pork belly + beef dripping fries alongside
Southern holiday staples like deviled eggs, buttermilk biscuits + more.
Easter Brunch + Masters Watch Party at Hampton + Hudson The Inman Park community bar and restaurant will be celebrating with Easter specials from 10 am-2 pm and a golf watch party beginning at 2 pm. The Easter cocktail specials include a "Sunday Spritz" with Ketel One Botanicals, cucumber, mint, hibiscus & Blanc de Blancs for $8, plus $15 bottles of prosecco and $20 Mimosa with a bottle of prosecco and a carafe of OJ. The Easter brunch special is $25 a person. To reserve visit their website. Additionally, guests looking to celebrate at home but without the cooking can opt for a to-go order of the menu above $55 for two or $100 for four. Orders must be placed by Noon, Thurs., April 6.
Lazy Betty Celebrate Easter with brunch and sparkling wine pairings! For $165 per guest, Lazy Betty's Easter brunch experience will consist of four savory courses and one dessert course. Sparkling wine pairings will be available for $115 per guest. Supplemental courses including caviar, risotto and scallop pithivier will be offered. The food menu will be ticketed through Resy and will be refundable up to four days before the holiday.
DAILIES + SIDES - spend the morning at Pullman Yards and enjoy brunch beginning at 10 a.m., with bocce ball and pickleball courts available for family fun.
+ COUNCIL - brunch starting at 10 a.m. with live music beginning at 11 a.m.
+ featuring favorites including the classic, berry
crunch or crispy chicken dutch babies alongside brunch-y beverages like
the lemon pepper bloody mary made with peppercorn infused vodka &
pepper vinegar, topped with blue cheese olives
5Church Midtown (Buckhead and Midtown) Easter buffet: Carving stations with prime rib, tangerine-glazed ham and herb-roasted turkey, chicken pot pie, seafood paella, sweet potato praline casserole, strawberry-rhubarb salad, crispy Brussels sprouts with spiced-honey glaze, black truffle deviled eggs, assorted cupcakes and cookies and more. Served: 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. with last seating at 7 p.m. Price: $65 for adults, $20 for children 12 and younger Reservations: OpenTable
Old Vinings Inn is offering an Easter brunch menu on Sunday, April 9th for dine-in only, $55 per person before tax and gratuity. Reservations are highly recommended. Brunch items are available until 3 pm. Takeout will not be available. Items denoted with (G) can be prepared gluten-free. Please ask your server. Items with pricing indicate the supplemental cost to prix fixe menu price.
Livingston Restaurant & Bar Easter buffet: Eggs Benedict, Eastern oysters on the
half shell, four cheese mac and cheese, pan-seared sea bass, carving
station with prime rib and citrus-honey-rosemary house-smoked ham, a
selection of delectable desserts and more Served: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. with last reservation at 3:30
p.m.; complimentary two-hour self-parking Price: $95 for adults, $47.50 for children 5-12, and complimentary for children under five Easter Bunny and live entertainment from Mike Zimmerman Reservations: OpenTable;
The Southern Gentleman Four-course prix-fixe menu with course options from
chef Banks White. Features include deviled eggs with green tomato chowchow
and crispy country ham, lobster bisque, apple cobbler French toast, jumbo
Gulf shrimp and grits, pan-roasted king salmon, braised prime short rib
hash, vanilla bean cheesecake and more; view menu Served: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Price: $59 for adults, $29.50 for children Reservations: online
Milton's Cuisine & Cocktails Black Mountain offers an Easter brunch buffet: Poached shrimp salad, chilled pea and mint soup, prime rib carving station, rosemary and brown sugar-glazed spiral ham, baked Norwegian salmon, grilled asparagus, creamy four-cheese herbed macaroni, chocolate torte with macerated berries and more, Served: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Price: $55 for adults, $20 for children and an appearance from the Easter Bunny with photos at the gazebo from 12-2 p.m., fun lawn games and an Easter egg hunt at 12 p.m. Reservations: online
Juniper Cafe, the new Westside Village Vietnamese restaurant is hosting an Easter brunch that includes French toast, hot chicken biscuits, and grill lemongrass pork chops. There's even egg painting for the kids. Reservations encouraged.
Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours on Huff Road restaurant plans to offer an Easter brunch to include dishes like fried chicken, blackened salmon with Creole butter, French toast, and a prime rib carving station. Reservations encouraged.
Boone's, the restaurant overlooking the Bobby Jones Golf Course hosts an Easter brunch with a menu to include biscuits and gravy, salmon croquette eggs benedict, fried chicken, and pancakes. Reservations encouraged.
Cafe Claudia from James Beard-nominated pastry chef, Claudia Martinez, (Miller Union), catch Cafe Claudia at 8ARM on Ponce Sunday, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., along with the chefs from Octopus Bar and pop-up Food and Fellowship. Expect brunch food, pastries, and cocktails. A portion of the cocktail sales benefits immigration justice advocacy group El Refugio.
Two Urban Licks the Eastside Beltline OG restaurant opens for Easter brunch to include lemon ricotta pancakes, shrimp and grits with andouille sausage and crawfish, smoked brisket, and braised lamb. Reservations encouraged.
Table and Main from the Pernice brothers will host an annual Easter brunch on Canton Street in Roswell. Expect everything from cinnamon rolls and deviled eggs to carrot cake pancakes and shrimp and grits on the menu. Reservations encouraged.
The Farmhouse at Serenbe down south of the city in Chattahoochee Hills will offer a four-course Easter menu to include pimento cheese and deviled eggs, salad, fried chicken, crab-stuffed grouper, or glazed ham, and either strawberry cheesecake or carrot cake for dessert. Reservations encouraged.