15 Cincinnati Easter Brunch Destinations

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Orchids at Palm Court

Celebrate the resurrection of Christ — or just indulge in a lavish brunch — on Sunday, April 21. These local restaurants are offering special family-friendly meals in honor of the Easter Holiday, but you don't need to be religious to opt into these expansive options, replete with carving stations, special desserts and plenty of mimosas.

Note: RSVP is generally required for any brunch you want to attend.

The Capital Grille — This favorite chain is hosting a special Easter prix fixe brunch with takes on classic brunch items like a lobster frittata. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 21. $49 adults; $15 children. 3821 Edwards Road, Hyde Park, thecapitalgrille.com.

Coppin's Restaurant & Bar at Hotel Covington — Get access to five well-stocked stations: Start small at their grits station featuring cheese grits, fried green tomatoes and shrimp gravy or begin belt-buster style at the self-explanatory steak and eggs station. A cold cured station presents varieties of smoked salmon and lox, “cajun caviar,” and blinis with crème fraîche; and a double-sided hot station offers up options like fried chicken, breakfast potatoes, and mini green onion and black pepper cheddar biscuits. Galerie Candy will host an egg hunt in the courtyard at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance in the lobby for free photos. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 21. $60 adult; $50 seniors; $18 children 4-12; free children under 4. 638 Madison Ave., Covington, facebook.com/CoppinsCovington.

deSha's American Tavern — This annual brunch buffet features an omelet station and prime rib carving station, lox and bagels, cheesy hash browns, glazed ham, salmon, salads, peach cobbler and more. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 21. $35 adults; $16 kids; free 3 and under. 11320 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, deshas.com/cincinnati.

Forno Osteria+Bar — This Easter, both the Hyde Park and Montgomery locations of Forno Osteria+Bar are (for the most part) forgoing their typical fare of elevated yet unsophisticated italian food and pizza to offer a more traditional buffet for the year’s most sanctified sabbath. Easter brunch includes biscuits and Italian sausage gravy, a Tuscan pork loin carving station, frittatas, and, of course, bacon. More adventurous palates are sure to enjoy more inspired selections like a breakfast pizza or their polenta and bolognese before scarfing down a couple budino di riso with fresh blackberries and pistachios for dessert. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. April 21. $27.50 adults; $10 children 10 and under. 3514 Erie Ave., Hyde Park; 9415 Montgomery Road, Montgomery. To book your reservation at the Hyde Park location, call 513-818-8720; for the Montgomery location, call 513-231-5555. 

Jag's Steak & Seafood — Head to Jag's for a special brunch with both adult and children prix fixe menus featuring seasonal favorites and shareables. Easter-themed activities will complement the meal to help parents and kids get in the spring spirit. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 21. 5980 W. Chester Road, West Chester, facebook.com/JagsSteakandSeafood.

Metropole — Metropole will be offering a blessed brunch on Easter Sunday catering to all ages. Get any combination of a single appetizer and entree plus coffee, tea, or soda. Entrées include a loaded breakfast burrito, pancakes topped with maple mascarpone and candied pecans, and a brunch burger with an over-easy egg. Picky-eating kids need not fear, there’s a cheaper kids menu featuring grilled cheese, scrambled eggs with potatoes, and a simple pasta dish. It wouldn’t be brunch without mimosas, and $50 gets you Metropole’s signature “mimosa experience,” which goes beyond a simple bottle of prosecco (though that’s still important). Flavor additives like orange blossom water, tinctured cherry-rosé, and seasonal shrub syrup can be mixed and matched to your heart's content before choosing to garnish your custom cocktail with a candied flower, wine gummies or liquid mercury. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. April 21. $32 per person. 609 Walnut St., Downtown, call 513-578-6660 to RSVP.

Orchids at Palm Court — If you want to observe Christ’s resurrection in an opulently gilded Art Deco-style hall, look no further than Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza’s Easter brunch. All the best in mid-morning cuisine will be provided by the hotel’s in-house restaurant, Orchids at Palm Court, an AAA Five Diamond award recipient. Reservations can be made on Orchids’s website. 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. April 21. $76.95 adult; $58.95 seniors 65 and older; $22.95 for kids under 12.  35 W. Fifth St., Downtown, orchidsatpalmcourt.com/event/easter-brunch.

The Phoenix — Celebrate Easter Sunday at The Phoenix with live music, a gourmet buffet and family-friendly events like cottontail’s coloring contest and photo ops with the Easter bunny. The buffet features both a Belgian waffle and omelet bar and a carving station with prime rib and smoked country ham loin alongside simple grab-and-go fare like baked four-cheese mac-n-cheese, shrimp cocktail and french vanilla cinnamon toast. Make your reservation by calling 513-721-8901 and for more information email [email protected]10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. April 21. $36 adults; $15 children under 12; free 3 and younger. 812 Race St., Downtown, facebook.com/ThePhoenixCincinnati.

Prime Cincinnati — This annual Easter brunch features options like fresh fruit, lobster mac and cheese, steak benedict, banana bread french toast, assorted carving stations, shrimp cocktail and more. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. April 21. $39 adult; $17 child ages 4-10. 580 Walnut St., Downtown, primecincinnati.com.

Seasons 52 — This multi-course brunch menu features a starter, an entree and Mini Indulgence dessert, plus $6 Brunch Sips cocktails. 11 a.m. April 21. $29.95. 3819 Edwards Road, Hyde Park, seasons52.com.

The Summit Hotel — This buffet features options like yogurt parfait, seasonal tartines, Brown Bear Bakery pastries, garganelli with spring peas, cheesy soft scrambled eggs, and a carving, omelet and dessert station. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 21. $39 adults; $29 seniors; $19 children ages 7-17; free children under 6. 5345 Medpace Way, Madisonville, facebook.com/TheSummitHotel.

Trio Bistro — This brunch buffet features eggs benedict, french toast, sliced tenderloin, Scottish salon, dessert pastries and more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. $32 adults; $18 children ages 5-10. 7565 Kenwood Road, Kenwood, facebook.com/TrioBistro.

Via Vite — The Fountain Square eatery will be serving a special brunch buffet featuring authentic Italian items and traditional brunch favorites. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. April 21. $30; $10 children 12 and under. 520 Vine St., Downtown, viaviterestaurant.com.

Vinoklet Winery — The winery and restaurant is hosting an Easter buffet with your choice of entree — glazed ham. chicken marsala or baked salmon — plus sides like a spring mix salad, au gratin potatoes and assorted dessert. Please RSVP to 513-385-9309. 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. April 21.$24.95 adults; $12.50 children ages 5-12; free 4 and under. 11069 Colerain Ave., Bevis, vinokletwines.com.

Washington Platform Saloon & Restaurant — Enjoy a special holiday Jazz brunch featuring live music from the Mike Sharfe Trio while you dine. The buffet includes options like an omelet station, cheesy grits, oven-roasted potatoes, fried chicken, breakfast meats, a carving station, pastries, pies and more. Includes one mimosa, bloody mary or craft beer. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 21. $33 adults; $28 seniors; $20 children ages 7-14. 1000 Elm St., Downtown, washingtonplatform.com.

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