Dining Out on Easter: Egg-cellent Deals at Restaurants Near You

Dining-Out-on-EasterEaster is less than a month away, and, if you’re a planner (as I am), you’re probably ready to book a table at a restaurant for that day. What I love about Easter is that many restaurants offer brunch or an early traditional dinner (think ham and lamb). There’s something about eating dinner especially early (not early-bird special early, however) that feels extra decadent to me.

There are lots of Easter dining deals to be found on OpenTable. Some really fun ones that caught my eye include The Café at The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead in Atlanta, which is offering a brunch that includes a live petting zoo and an egg decorating station for kids. In Boston, Harborside Grill and Patio at the Hyatt Harborside features terrific views of the city’s skyline and activities for young diners, including a visit from the Easter Bunny himself. Chicago diners may have all the fun this year as Dick’s Last Resort is creating a brunch with live Beatles music by the Cavern Beat and an appearance by the Easter Bunny (I’m not sure how he’ll be in Boston and Chicago on the same day, but maybe he flies private?) as well as egg dying. China Grill in New York is getting festive and kid-friendly with an Easter egg hunt in the evening. In San Francisco, Bar Bambino is serving up a prix-fixe brunch comprised of classic Easter fare enjoyed in Italy. The nation’s capital is not to be outdone, with Chima Brazilian Steakhouse providing complimentary ice cream and entertainment for kids from 1- 5PM. If we lived in D.C., my husband would probably attempt to pass as a child based on this opportunity alone. His Zach Galifianakis beard would surely betray him, though.

Look for the launch of our national Easter page soon, and search for Easter dining deals on your local start page under “Easter Brunch & Dinner.”

What’s your favorite dish to dine on for Easter? How does your family celebrate? Share your thoughts here or on Facebook.


  1. says

    We used to always take my mother to brunch at a restaurant inside a Holiday Inn (small town, I know). But the food was legit with full carving stations and ice sculptures. Anyways, Easter Brunch was always something for Mothers and Grandmothers in our family. Anyone else?

  2. says

    Easter is one of those holidays where I prefer to dine at home. If there are kids in your family they are ready to romp and hunt eggs! I do love open table for grouping places that offer a special meal. I started dining out for Thanksgiving only a few years ago and love the experience of being in the same space as other families celebrating the holiday.

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