Easter roundup of spots to have Brunch in Atlanta. Be sure to make reservations as space fills up quickly.
Some entrees include: an Easter classic, Honey and Maple Glazed Ham with whipped sweet potatoes and braised greens, or corn crusted Georgia mountain trout with roasted butternut squash puree, brown butter brussels sprouts, and browned lemon caper. Also available is their slow cooked prime rib of beef, or shrimp and grits.
potatoes, and garlic green beans.$49 for adults and $25 for children under 12.
Executive chef David Bradley has crafted an Easter brunch menu that’s hard to beat. Enjoy classics such as the dulce de leche French toast and the creamy shrimp and grits, or err on the side of adventure with some of Lure’s unique creations including rice porridge with warm butter shrimp, grilled pork belly, ginger aged soy, scallions and a slow-cooked egg.
La Tavola Trattoria
This year, do Easter Italian-style with brunch at La Tavola Trattoria. Indulge in Easter Sunday exclusives such as grilled rabbit sausage with fried eggs, semolina gnocchi and porcini conserva and poached eggs bruchetta with pancetta, Swiss chard and Parmigiano-basil fonduta.
4-course Easter Brunch from 11:30 – 2:30 pm.
The Easter menu offers a choice of soup, salad and dessert along with one of eight entrees. Prices range from $24.95 to $39.95. Children’s menu is $9.95.
For $30 per person and beginning at 12:00 p.m., you and the whole family can indulge in a ham and turkey carving station, omelets made fresh to order, crawfish and lobster, various cheeses and meats, a large selection of desserts and more.
For adults, hot soup choices include Chicken Consommé or Creamy Potato and Leek Soup, while fresh salad selections include Spring Mix Salad or Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette. Entrees include lightly fried Lemon Caper Fried Chicken, sautéed Sea Bass Florentine, slow-roasted Leg of Lamb, southern favorite Jumbo Shrimp and Grits, hearty Steak and Eggs or savory Beef Stephanie (filet mignon baked in fine pastry), as well as Center Cut Prime Rib and Quiche Petite Auberge
Brunch is served from noon to 4. Menu items range from $6 to $22. This includes bottomless mimosas.
Serpas True Food
Easter Sunday feast is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Signature items such as berry buttermilk pancakes served with crispy bacon, New Orleans beignets with confectioners dust, seasonal vegetable omelet or fried oyster eggs Benedict with Creole-mustard hollandaise and more are served.
South City Kitchen
Celebrate spring and Easter Sunday with South City Kitchen’s three-course prix fixe Easter brunch. For $32 per person, features fried green tomatoes, buttermilk fried chicken and melt-in-your-mouth apple butter-mascarpone French toast.