Five Restaurants Offering Classic Easter Brunch

Easter brunch is still possible, and we found dine-in and take-home options to help you find a delicious meal fit for the whole family.

Family traditions put Easter brunch on hold last year, but this year restaurants are bringing it back with dine-in and take-home options. Whether it be a colorful, Easter-themed bonanza for the extended family or a simpler, more refined meal, celebrate this holiday by treating yourself and your family to a classic brunch.

Coppin’s Restaurant at Hotel Covington
At Coppin’s, ushering in spring calls for a specialized Easter brunch including a feast of options like deviled Easter eggs, Easter ham, 4-cheese mac and cheese, and toast served with brie, almond butter, apricot purée, and pistachio and oat crumble. Craft cocktails like the Donnie Darko, a sparkling wine float with gin, lemon, and carrot juice, pair perfectly. But don’t let these delicacies deter you from bringing the whole family—the Easter Bunny will be around all day to celebrate, too. April 4, 10 a.m.­­–4 p.m., 638 Madison Ave., Covington, (859) 905-6600

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF COPPIN'S

The Capital Grille
At The Capital Grille or safely at home, pair your mimosa with an Easter Sunday entrée choice of jumbo shrimp and grits, lobster frittata, and filet mignon, to name a few. For the kids, they are guaranteed to love their options, too—chicken fingers, mac and cheese, mini cheeseburgers, or even breakfast options like cheesy scrambled eggs or French toast. It is a family affair, after all. Pickup: April 3, noon–5 p.m. and April 4, 10 a.m.–noon. Dine-in: April 4, 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m. 3821 Edwards Rd., Hyde Park, (513) 351-0814

Forno Osteria & Bar in Hyde Park
Easter brunch at Forno is back with a simple, scrumptious pick-two experience, with options from traditional and less-so-traditional breakfast categories, for just $25. Add-ons, mimosas, and kids’ menu items are also available. For those who’d rather stay home, choose their take and bake option and satisfy the whole family for just $79. April 4, 9 a.m.­–3 p.m., 3514 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, (513) 818-8720

Metropole
Metropole’s Easter brunch has the perfect amount of variety without being overwhelming—pick from country ham and cheese, grilled shrimp and grits, or roasted pork loin after a starter of berries and yogurt, greens, or crisp deviled eggs. These farm fresh ingredients show face on the kids’ menu, too, with simple choices like scrambled eggs, burgers, and grilled cheese. They’re also offering take-home options, if that’s more your style. Pick up: April 3 & 4 all day. Dine-in: April 4, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., 609 Walnut St., downtown, (513) 578-6660

Seasons 52
Easter brunch at your favorite well-known chain includes delicacies like apricot-glazed spiral ham, crab and cheddar quiche, and sweet potato mash with maple-pecan streusel. This classic, stylish spot could be the backdrop to a delicious brunch on that special Sunday. April 4, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. 3819 Edwards Rd., Hyde Park, (513) 631-5252

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