A Sunday brunch is sometimes the best part of the weekend—especially on Easter. Make this a whole day affair at one of these stand-out restaurants.
Grand Concourse, Pittsburgh, PA
Located in a railway station along the Monongahela River, Grand Concourse is a Pittsburgh favorite for brunch. The restaurant has an unparalleled grandeur that makes it one unique restaurant. Along with outstanding views, a vast array of brunch options to choose from (including a donut making station), this all-American restaurant is a must-try for Easter brunch in the Steel City.
Waterbar, San Francisco, CA
Fancy a Bay Bridge view and a customizable prix fixe menu? Waterbar is the spot for you. At just $55 per person, this is one three-course brunch you can’t replicate anywhere else. Chef Parke Ulrich, who graduated first in his class at the CIA, is behind the magic of this spots sustainably-sourced seafood menu.
The Henry, Phoenix, AZ
If a boozy brunch is more your speed, The Henry may be the Easter brunch place for you. Known for their Bloody Mary cart, their Instagram-worthy plates, and a dynamic menu that has everything from Irish Oats to MTO scrambles, this Arizona hot spot is calling your name.
Ralph’s on the Park, New Orleans, LA
For a traditional New Orleans-style brunch, head to Ralph’s on the Park, which provides a perfect view of the area’s gorgeous oak trees. Crawfish Benedict, Turtle Soup, Creole Shrimp Dip, and Pots de Crème await you at this NOLA restaurant. Chef Chip Flanagan heads the team at Ralph’s, and they are sure to exceed all of your Easter brunch expectations.
Bresca, Washington DC
Avant-garde and family-friendly encompasses all that Bresca has to offer, and Easter is no exception. This year, they’re serving up Virginia lamb with a foie gras filling and a whole roasted chicken with a brioche stuffing, because, why not? Rich flavors and an eclectic atmosphere makes Bresca the DC spot to check out.
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