Where to Enjoy Easter Brunch in Chicagoland

Easter is just a hop away! If you haven't made plans yet, it's time to get those reservations in. Here's a few places in and around Chicago where you can take the day off from cooking and enjoy a nice brunch with family and friends. Bookmark this page and check back. We'll add additional places as we learn more.


Rack House Kitchen & Tavern
222 E. Algonquin Road
Arlington Heights
847-640-7225
rackhousetavern.com


Rack House Kitchen & Tavern in Arlington Heights will open its doors (and smoker!) on Easter Sunday serving up Chef Bryant Anderson’s BBQ-inspired holiday dishes.
Guests can feast on the brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with plenty of kid-friendly choices plus adults can enjoy $4 Bloody Mary and Mimosa specials.
The Easter Buffet includes:
12-hour hickory smoked Carolina pulled pork
Carving Stations – hickory smoked prime rib and oak smoked honey glazed ham
House Smoked Salmon with capers, hardboiled eggs, red onion, sour cream
Chocolate-Baileys French Toast
Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
Omelet station – onions, green peppers, cheddar, pepper jack, mushrooms, spinach, ham, bacon, sausage
And more!
$32.99/adult and $14.99/children 12 and under. 





Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse
58 E. Oak Street
Chicago
(312) 888-2499
delfriscos.com




Guests will dine in style for the spring holiday at Del Frisco’s premier Gold Coast location with steakhouse spins on brunch favorites such as Filet Benedict, Lobster Benedict and some favorite signatures, including Prime Rib from noon - 9 p.m.

Del Frisco’s grand, recently refurbished dining room, with creative architectural elements throughout including the three-story wine tower, presents the ideal backdrop for an unforgettable Easter spent with beloved company and delicious cuisine. Guests can also indulge in an effervescent experience at the luxurious Esquire Champagne Room for Champagne sips and light fare in an intimate, opulent setting.

For reservations, call (312) 888-2499 or visit https://delfriscos.com/steakhouse/chicago.



Bonefish Grill locations

Brunch will be offered Easter Sunday with their signature Bang Bang Shrimp Eggs Benedict and Creme Brûlée French Toast and bottomless Bellinis, Mimosas or Blackberry Sangria for just $10.

Chicago Firehouse
1401 S. Michigan
Chicago
312-786-1401
ChicagoFirehouse.com




Seven Lions
130 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago
312-880-0130
sevenlionschicago.com 




EASTER BRUNCH
On Sunday April 1st, the American clubhouse serves a two-course prix-fixe brunch, featuring a seasonally inspired menu by Chef Russ. Each guest begins with a complimentary cinnamon roll, followed by a choice of seasonal soup or salad. Onto the main course, diners dig into Easter Ham, Avocado Toast with Smoked Salmon, Veggie Breakfast Skillet or Breakfast Sandwich. Easter brunch is served from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and is $24 per guest. The regular a la carte brunch menu is also available.



The Florentine
151 W. Adams
Chicago
312-660-8866
the-florentine.net

Enjoy Brunch Buffet this Easter at The Florentine. On Sunday April 1st, brunch is served from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., with family-friendly offerings perfect for all taste buds. Crafted by Chef Zachary Walrath, Easter Brunch features a menu of elevated, elegant dishes inspired by traditional Italian fare.
 
With a Raw Bar featuring jumbo shrimp and crab claws and a Carving Station with ham and prime rib, plus unlimited Mimosas or Bloody Marys for an additional $15, guests can dine and imbibe this Easter Sunday.

The Easter menu features:
 

ANTIPASTI
Raw Bar jumbo shrimp, crab claws

Meat & Cheese chef selection of Italian meats and cheeses

BREAKFAST
Omelet or Eggs made to order with choice of fresh ingredients
Almond Brioche French Toast seasonal preparation
Buttermilk Pancakes seasonal preparation
Belgian Waffle seasonal preparation
Bagel and Lox smoked salmon, bagel, cream cheese, tomato, onion
Yogurt Parfait granola, seasonal jam

LUNCH

Baby Spinach endive, roasted squash, red grapes, pecans, goat cheese Caesar green romaine hearts, parmigiano, white anchovy, croutons, parmesan
Italian Cobb greens, avocado, egg, tomatoes, chicken, crispy bacon, gorgonzola dressing

Carving Station ham & prime rib
Fried Chicken with accompaniments

Housemade Seasonal Pasta

DESSERT
Chef’s Selection
 
The Florentine also serves a la carte breakfast service from 6:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. and regular dinner service from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Easter Day. Cost is $75 per person and $25 for kids under age 12.


Benny's Chop House
444 N. Wabash Ave.
Chicago
312-626-2444
bennyschophouse.com




Benny’s Chop House invites Chicagoans to hop on over for Easter Sunday, offering incredible lunch and dinner specials. Available on April 1 from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., highlights include 100% USDA Prime Traditional and Dry-Aged Steaks, Japanese Tajima Kobe Beef Tenderloin, Whole Dover Sole and Alaskan King Crab Legs. The modern steakhouse also offers gourmet selections for the young ones, including a 3 oz. USDA Prime Kid’s Filet and Grilled Cheddar Cheese. Guests of all ages can celebrate with delectable desserts including Hot Cross Buns, Carrot Cake, Milk Chocolate S’mores Cheesecake and Banana Cream Pie.

Eden
1748 W. Lake Street
Chicago
312-366-2294
edenchicago.com

Eden, the West Lake District’s destination for new American dining with Mediterranean touches, invites families for Easter Sunday Brunch. A comfortable, casual respite incorporating rustic touches and authentic finishes, Eden delivers an airy and bright ambiance perfect for celebrating the holiday.
 
Chef/Partner Devon Quinn presents a brunch menu highlighting fresh, local, and sustainable cooking. Features include Grilled Skirt Steak & Eggs, Quinoa Cakes, Housemade Granola, Grilled Avocado Eggs Benedict, and homemade sweets like biscuits with honey butter, and doughnuts. Of course, Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and Bellinis are at the ready.
 
Special for the holiday, Eden will be visited by the Easter Bunny handing out goodies to kids, plus the bakery bar will feature plenty of extra Easter surprises that day.




Zed451
739 N. Clark St.
Chicago
312-266-6691
zed451.com



ZED451 HOSTS LAVISH EASTER BRUNCH
Extended Brunch Holiday Hours on April 16, 2016 from 10 AM to 3 PM

ZED451 will host a lavish Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 16 from 10 AM to 3 PM featuring unlimited breakfast and lunchtime favorites, desserts, and drink specials.  Brunch is $36.90 per person and includes the following Easter specials:

  • Faroe Island Salmon with Szechuan Glaze - fresh wild salmon with a zing of red pepper and soy sauce.
  • Rainbow-colored Deviled Egg Station - three types of colorful hand-dyed eggs filled with house-smoked salmon with dill, candied fresno chili with cilantro, and traditional with egg yolks and mayonnaise.
  • Drink specials ($6) Mimosas and ($8) Bloody Marys.

The restaurant's signature brunch selections include: House made Cinnamon Rolls, Panettone French Toast, Duck Confit Hash Browns, Buttermilk Herb-Bottom Sirloin, Maple Cajun Bacon, fresh seasonal fruits, and Artisan Cheeses and Charcuterie. Classic brunch cocktails like mimosas and Bloody Marys are available as well as craft favorites like the decadent "Drink Your Breakfast Johnny" made with coffee, egg white, simple syrup, bitters, Kahlúa, and Tito's Handmade Vodka.

"Easter always feels like the official beginning of spring," said Executive Chef Andrea Williams. "Nothing says spring like a lavish brunch paired with a refreshing hand-crafted cocktail and our celebratory rainbow colored Deviled Egg Station is a whimsical take on a brunch classic."

To make a reservation, please call (312) 266-6691 or visit zed451.com.


Sixteen
401 N. Wabash
Chicago
312-588-8030
sixteenchicago.com


Sixteen, the esteemed Michelin two-star restaurant at Trump Hotel Chicago, invites guests to hop into festive Easter celebrations on Sunday, April 1 with an upscale brunch and family-friendly activities aplenty, including a petting zoo, a visit from the Easter Bunny and live music. In addition to omelette, smoked salmon and carving stations, brunch items include:
  • Eggs benedict with prosciutto, frisée, gruyere, poached egg, hollandaise
  • Seared scallop with parsnip puree and cherry glaze
  • Seared duck breast with goat cheese polenta, mushroom ragout and currant demi-glace
  • Banana and hazelnut financier with strawberry tart and Grand Marnier cream
Brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 1 and is $165 per adult; $50 per child (5‑12).


Tuscany Wheeling
550 S. Milwaukee Ave.
Wheeling
847-465-9988
tuscanychicago.com


  • Sunday, April 1 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • $42.95 adults; $19.95 children 10 and under
Tuscany in Wheeling will host an Easter Sunday brunch buffet featuring a variety of stations created by Executive Chef Bolla Loza. The stations will include breakfast, seafood, carving, omelet, Italian, salad, antipasto, seafood and dessert. There will also be a special kids station. A dinner buffet will begin at 4 p.m. Reservations are recommended.


Roanoke Restaurant
125 W. Madison
Chicago
312-940-3760
theroanoakerestaurant.com

Easter Brunch at Roanoke Restaurant

  • Sunday, April 1
  • $3 to $22 brunch items
Patrons heading downtown this Easter weekend can enjoy brunch at Roanoke Restaurant in the Loop. Brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Highlights include Hand-rolled Cinnamon Rolls ($4.50), Brown Butter French Toast ($11), Porchetta Eggs Benedict ($14), Ribeye Hash Skillet ($15) and more. Featured brunch cocktails include the Blood Orange Mimosa (Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, prosecco; $11), Bloody Mary (Absolut Peppar, Zing Zang, salumi fontina skewer; $11.50), and the Toast & Jam (Knob Creek Rye, hibiscus syrup, fresh grapefruit and lime juice; $11.50). The complete menu and photos are available upon request.



*Roanoke will be closed for dinner on Easter. The second floor lounge will be open until 11 p.m.




Weber Grill Locations

 will offer a la carte menu specials for Easter Sunday brunch until 2 p.m. and dinner until 11 p.m. Guests who dine for brunch can also enjoy $7 mimosas and Weber's signature Backyard Bloody Mary (Absolut Vodka, house made bloody mary mix served with a smoked sausage and Gouda skewer and a mini Backyard brew, $10.50). Among the menu offerings are:
Grilled Steak and Eggs, $17.50 (brunch only)
Southwest style skirt steak and eggs any style, guajillo salsa, breakfast potatoes
Chocolate Cherry Pretzel Bread French Toast, $10.50 (brunch only)
Fresh strawberries, whipped cream
Double Smoked Bourbon Glazed Ham Benedict, $14 (brunch only)
Hollandaise, toasted English muffin, grilled asparagus, breakfast potatoes
House-smoked Bourbon Glazed Ham, $16 (served all day)
Horseradish cream sauce, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus
Wood-roasted Leg of Lamb, $20 (served all day)
Roasted garlic mashed potatoes, asparagus, rosemary jus
Kid's Brunch Plate, $6.50 (brunch only; 12 and under)
Choice of scrambled eggs or pretzel bread French toast
Strawberry Salad, $7 (dinner only)
Orange supremes, strawberries, goat cheese, candied pecans, lemon poppy seed vinaigrette
Red Chili Marinated Grilled Swordfish, $35 (dinner only)
Long line caught, "Georges Bank" Atlantic swordfish, green beans, garlic mashed potatoes, olives, cherry tomatoes


Carnivale
701 W. Fulton Market

Make your reservations for the Easter buffet happening at 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. at this lively spot. $35 includes live DJ, mimosa kit and bloody Mary bar with a number of Carnivale favorites like ricotta pancakes and chicken n' waffles. Reservations recommended. Call 312.850.5005.





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