Where to Eat Easter Brunch in The Philadelphia Area

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PhillyBite Easter BrunchPhiladelphia, PA - Celebreate Easter with brunch, lunch or dinner options thoughout the Philadelphia area and suburbs, from Easter Brunch at Scapetta or Chez Colete. To Davio's Warm Vermont Maple Syrup and Lump Crab Cake, Poached Eggs, Brunch Potatoes, Popover.


 IN PHILLY:

Bank & Bourbon - Celebrate Easter with a spring themed buffet at Bank & Bourbon on Sunday, April 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., for just $30 per adult and $12 per child, guests can enjoy Executive Chef Harkins inherently American cuisine with signature items like Ricotta Toast on sourdough from Flavor Philadelphia partner Metropolitan Bakery; Frittata with leeks, bacon, white cheddar and garlic aioli and then some special items only for Easter brunch including fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes, Roasted Carrots and Roasted Lancaster Chicken with salsa Verde. And when at Bank & Bourbon, Bourbon is a must. Sip on some Bourbon Barrel Punch, perfect for sharing. Book your Easter Brunch Buffet reservation here: http://bankandbourbon.com/reserve.html.

Urban Farmer - A modern steakhouse located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, is hosting a decadent brunch buffet on Easter from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. priced at $65 per adult and $15 per kids (12 and under). Expect brunch staples, an omelet station, cheese & charcuterie and desserts. Guests can look forward to Urban Farmer’s prime rib, roasted leg of lamb and salmon from the grill to complete their meal. See the full menu here. 1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-963-2788 | urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com

Red Owl Tavern - Just steps from the Liberty Bell and Independence Mall, Red Owl Tavern is offering its delectable and diverse brunch for guests celebrating Easter. In addition to a build your own Bloody Mary bar and $5 Mimosas and Bellinis, Lead Bartender Kyle Darrow will be serving up Easter Egg Sour. A stunning beverage swirled with edible pastel paint, the cocktail boasts Aguardiente, pineapple, lime, simple syrup and egg white. It’s only available during Easter’s 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. brunch for $10. Brunch menu available here. | 433 Chestnut St. | 215-923-2267 | redowltavern.com

The Twisted Tail  - Headhouse Square’s Southern-influenced restaurant and bar, The Twisted Tail knows how to put out an Easter brunch buffet. Highlights include chef stations for carved porchetta, spring leg of lamb, omelets and waffles. Guests will also enjoy pastries, bagels, smoked salmon, shrimp cocktail and more. The buffet is available April 1st from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $48 per person and $25 for kids (3 to 10 years of age). Tax, alcohol and gratuity not included, see full menu here. | 509 South 2nd St. | 215-558-2471 | thetwistedtail.com

Ocean Prime - Center City’s luxury seafood and steakhouse restaurant, only offers brunch on holiday occasions. Guests who want to experience an extravagant brunch can hop on over on Sunday, April 1st from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Notable dishes by Executive Chef Jenn Grosskruger include crab & eggs, smoked salmon and braised short rib surf & turf. See here for the full brunch menu. | 124 South 15th St. | 215-563-0163 | ocean-prime.com

Square 1682 - Rittenhouse’s Square 1682 is offering its extensive brunch menu from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Executive Chef Bobby Surdam will be serving breakfast classics such as steak and eggs, pancakes and croquet madame. Eggs benedict lovers can build their own benny with the likes of Atlantic crab, pork roll or smoked salmon. Brunch-goers can expect fresh raw juices and outdoor seating (weather pending). Click here for the full menu. | 121 South 17th St. | 215-563-5008 | square1682.com

Sofitel - Philadelphia’s annual Easter Brunch Buffet in Chez Colette from 12:30 to 4:30 pm is a luxurious feast including a raw bar; ham and prime rib carving stations; mahi mahi, chicken and short rib entrees, decadent desserts, and a complimentary glass of bubbly for $55. During this multigenerational celebration kids can enjoy an Easter cookie decorating station.

Jose Garces Restaurant, 24 - On April 1st from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Jose Garces restaurant, 24, is offering a special “build your own waffle” Easter Sunday brunch. Guests will choose from 24 different toppings—from blueberries and house made almond granola to fried chicken and Applewood smoked bacon, along with $5 mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. Reservations can be made at 215-333-3331

Scarpetta Philadelphia – Celebrate Easter with Scarpetta Philadelphia, as they unveil a special Easter Brunch from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm (last seating at 3:30 pm). Enjoy one-day only menu items, including Eggs Fiorentina, Shrimp & Grits, Almond French Toast & Steak and Eggs, alongside Scarpetta’s signature items such as the Spaghetti Tomato & Basil and Tagliatelle Bolognese. For the kids, Scarpetta is cooking up short stack pancakes, scrambled eggs & bacon and spaghetti, ensuring there is something for the whole family.

OUT-SIDE PHILLY

Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden - Easter Sunday means brunch. Whether you celebrate Easter or you just want an excuse to let someone else do the cooking, on Sunday, April 1st Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden (570 Wellington Square, in Upper Darby; 610-458-2337) will welcome Easter with a fantastic brunch feast that the family is sure to love. Shake off those winter blues with a menu sprinkled from sweet to savory and everything in between. And on Saturday, March 31st join Suburban at Exton’s Eagleview Town Center for their 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at 11:15am sharp. Then, come for lunch, where all kids receive a complimentary doughnut with the purchase of an entree.

IN NEW JERSEY:

The ChopHouse is hosting a traditional Easter brunch on Sunday, April 1, pre-fixe style; $29.95 for adults and $15.95 for children. The four-hour dining event will include customary brunch items with a sophisticated flair in three delicious courses. Families are invited to avoid holiday food and drink duties, and to enjoy their feast in the company of loved ones over a beautiful, lakeside view. Reservations may be made in advance.

Olón - Award-winning chef Jose Garces’ Olón at Tropicana Atlantic City is serving a sumptuous Sunday brunch menu available on Easter from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Enjoy four food stations, especialidades such as Ora King Salmon, Steak and Eggs, and Chicken and Waffles plus bottomless mimosas, and refreshments from the fresh juice bar for $49. In the mood for a savory cocktail? Build your own Bloody Mary for only $7!

IN KING OF PRUSSIA:

Davio’s - King of Prussia Town Center: Easter is all about family, friends, and food. Davio’s King of Prussia will be offering a selection of Easter Sunday Specials from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. Executive Chef Ted Iwachiw has created a selection of traditional holiday dishes with a Northern Italian twist. Brunch offerings include the Brioche French Toast, Berry Compote, Warm Vermont Maple Syrup and Lump Crab Cake, Poached Eggs, Brunch Potatoes, Popover, Hollandaise. Dinner will feature entrée specials including the Roasted Baby Carrot Salad, Frisee, Marcona Almonds, Local Goat Cheese, Sherry Vinaigrette and Gigli, Braised Lamb Shank, San Marzano Tomatoes, Citrus Gremolata. Reservations are recommended.

Valley Forge Casino Resort is offering a grand Easter brunch buffet at Revolution Chop House from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm for $45 per person. Entrees includes Short Rib Benedict, Tre Leches French Toast, Chicken & Waffles, King Salmon, Broccolini & Peppers and Rigatoni Bolognese along with a raw bar, charcuterie, ham and prime rib carving stations, omelet station and much more.

 

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