Grab Easter Brunch at One of These Local Restaurants

Treat your family and yourself to a classic brunch for Easter this Sunday.

Treat your family and yourself to a classic brunch for Easter this Sunday.


Easter plans still up in the air? Check out the special brunch offerings at these eateries.

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The Baker’s Table
The Baker’s Table continues its new brunch series this weekend with a four-course meal that spotlights seasonal produce, whole-animal butchery, and a 100% in-house bread program. Choose from braised pork hash, fried chicken sandwich, or buckwheat pancakes, and treat yourself with sweets from the restaurant’s bakery, such as baby buttermilk biscuits and ricotta doughnuts with cinnamon sugar and peach jam. The price is $45. 1004 Monmouth St., Newport, (859) 261-1941

The Grille at Palm Court
Easter at The Grille features chef-manned omelet stations as well as carving stations serving prime rib, rack of lamb, and glazed ham. And in case you’re not full after all of this, the restaurant offers an abundance of desserts and decadent cakes. If you want less traditional offerings, go for the seasonal dishes, which include strawberry panna cotta, “Bloody Mary” oysters, Tuscan kale salad, and spring panzanella. The prices are $102 for adults and $45.25 for kids ages 4 to 12. 35 W. 5th St., downtown, (513) 421-9100

LouVino is offering a special prix-fixe Easter brunch menu with three different course options and a kids’ menu. Start out with fresh baked croissants with butter and fruit before choosing from pancake tacos, Farmer’s Market Breakfast Scramble, biscuits and gravy, a Brussels sprouts salad (with grilled or fried chicken) and a croissant BL. Finish off the meal with biscuit doughnuts topped with anglaise. The prices are $25 for adults and $12.50 for kids under 12. 1142 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, (513) 813-3350

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Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar 
You can choose from a variety of delicious dishes at each buffet station—including glazed ham, omelets and waffles made to order, roasted red potatoes, hash brown casserole with cheddar and green onion, and Chef Maddy’s favorite spring desserts—during Coppin’s Easter brunch celebration. The kids can also meet the Easter Bunny (from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and take part in the restaurant’s two Easter egg hunts at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The prices are $65 for adults, $55 for seniors, $19 for kids ages 4 to 12, and free for children under 4. 638 Madison Ave., Covington, (859) 905-6800

The Capital Grille
The Capital Grille is serving a special Easter brunch featuring lobster frittata with butter-poached lobster tails, 14-ounce bone-in dry-aged NY strip and eggs, and more. Make sure you leave room for the white cheddar hash browns and mimosas. Bottoms up! Prices vary. 3821 Edwards Rd., Norwood, (513) 351-0814

Via Vite
Via Vite’s Easter brunch offers a wide selection of crafted selections that will leave you feeling full and satisfied. A number of menu items are available at the restaurant, including freshly baked pastries, fruit salad, scrambled eggs, bacon, and more. Don’t forget to check out the carving station of Tuscan lamb roast and house-cured salmon. The price is $35. 520 Vine St., downtown, (513) 721-8483

The National Exemplar
The Exemplar is offering Easter Sunday special with traditional experiences for breakfast (like steel cut oats, omelets, and pancakes), lunch (try the breakfast poutine), and dinner (roasted organic chicken, anyone?). Stick around for the Easter Bunny’s visit to the restaurant, where it will greet guests and hand out candy. Prices vary. 6880 Wooster Pike, Mariemont, (513) 271-2103

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