Top 5 Easter Brunches

  1. The Symphony Hotel and Restaurant’s Sunday brunch is already one of the finest in the city, but extended hours and additional Chef’s specials will make Easter Sunday’s offerings more indulgent. A sit-down, cook-to-order menu of dishes like Espresso Rub Steak and Eggs, Washington Park Strada, and a “Compose your Pancakes” feature will have your family asking for an encore. Reservations accepted from 10am-2pm on Easter Sunday, 210 West 14th Street, (513) 721-3353,
  2. Parkers Blue Ash Tavern is known for American fare with a focus on beef and seafood dishes, but their all-you-can-eat Easter Sunday brunch buffet will include those staples plus specials like Andouille sausage and pepperjack quiche, prime rib hash, and various salads and pastries. Bonus: if you can’t make brunch, they’re also offering a special Easter dinner buffet. 10am-3:30pm, 200 Cooper Road, (513) 891-8300,
  3.  Meritage Restaurant in Glendale specializes in house-made sandwiches, salads, steaks, and seafood entrées. Their traditional American fare is comforting and classic; complimented by familiar handcrafted cocktails. Celebrate Easter with a brunch buffet from 10am-3pm, and featured holiday dinner menu from 4-9pm. 40 Village Square, (513) 376-8134,
  4. Looking for a family-friendly Easter brunch option? Head to The Phoenix’s annual Easter celebration. A brunch buffet with all the expected favorites like an omelet and carving station will make an appearance, but pictures with the Easter Bunny and live music will make it a party. 10am-2:30pm, 812 Race St., (513) 721-8901,
  5. The Golden Lamb never disappoints when looking for an impressive yet familiar holiday feast. Their Easter Sunday brunch menu consists of seasonal specialties like a house-made relish platter, a maple bourbon glazed ham entrée, braised lamb shank, and a variety of house-made desserts. Add in a creative cocktail (like the festive maple peach spritzer) to really up the Easter ante. 11am-6:30pm, 27 S. Broadway, (513) 932-5065,

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