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The Best Spots for Easter Brunch around Boston

By Kaitlynn Miller | March 27, 2018 | Food & Drink

Serving up your favorite brunch staples such as French toast, eggs benedict, and waffles, these 10 restaurants around Boston are perfect for celebrating Easter Sunday with friends and family.



With stunning views of Boston Harbor, this waterfront restaurant offers the perfect backdrop for your Easter Sunday celebration. In addition to their regular brunch menu—including make-your-own waffles—Gather will be serving up special dishes for the holiday such as a baby arugula and beet salad, beer battered rock shrimp, and smoked trout Benedict. 75 Northern Ave., 617-982-7220

Atlantic Fish Co.

For a seafood-inspired celebration, head to this Boston landmark, which will be offering special menu items such as mini crab and nettle quiche for brunch. Their regular menu will also be available on Easter Sunday, which includes many delicious dishes such as an open-faced egg sandwich and challah French toast. To wash it all down we suggest trying their Bloody Mary complete with your choice of Nueske’s bacon lardons or shrimp. 761 Boylston St., 617-267-4000

City Table


Located at the Lenox Hotel in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay, City Table offers diners a sophisticated atmosphere paired with a creative menu featuring fresh, local ingredients. This Sunday, head to this restaurant to indulge in their Easter specials, which includes starters such as avocado and fava bean toast with pancetta, sunny side egg, and spring onion vinaigrette on ciabatta as well as entrées like grilled rack of lamb and grilled Faroe Island salmon. The Lenox Hotel, 65 Exeter St., 617-933-4800

Glass House

Perfect for the little ones, Glass House will be hosting an Easter brunch complete with a festive egg hunt and photos with the Easter bunny. In between searching for eggs, nosh on bites from their delicious brunch menu, which features beignets, lobster benedict, buttermilk pancakes, and a breakfast pizza. 450 Kendall St., Cambridge, 617-945-9450

Bistro du Midi


Featuring a menu of French cuisine with coastal New England influence, this coveted dining spot will be offering patrons an exclusive, three-course Prix Fixe menu for Easter Sunday. Diners can choose from starters such as heirloom beets, watercress soup, or salmon rillettes before moving onto entrées like Maine butter poached lobster benedict, prime short rib burger, and bavette steak frites. For something sweet, dessert options include a dulcey ganache, matcha panna cotta, and brioche beignet. 272 Boylston St., 617-426-7878


On Sunday, this South Boston eatery will be offering rustic Italian interpretations of your favorite Easter dishes that are sure to satisfy everyone’s tastes. With everything from lemon and ricotta pancakes and poached eggs mezze to breakfast pizza and open faced omelets, we can’t think of a more delicious way to celebrate the holiday with friends and family. 443 West Broadway, 617-993-8080

Ocean Prime


Situated in the heart of city’s bustling Seaport District, Ocean Prime offers patrons an elevated dining experience through their vibrant atmosphere and imaginative menu of seafood, steaks, and signature cocktails. For Easter Sunday, this Boston hot spot will be serving an elegant brunch complete with menu options such as smoked salmon, French toast, crab and eggs, and braised short rib surf and turf. To wash it all down, order their blood orange mimosa made with blood orange juice, simple syrup, Cointreau, and champagne, or their signature Bloody Mary, which features jumbo shrimp. 140 Seaport Blvd., 617-670-1345

Restaurant Dante

Serving up a traditional Italian Easter, Chef Dante de Magistris will be treating guests to century old dishes made with recipes passed down from generation to generation in the de Magistris family. Choose from options such as the pizza chiena, which includes egg, ricotta, basket cheese, prosciutto, and aged balsamic, or the Easter lamb including tufoli pasta, spring lamb ragu, grilled lamb chop, and egg stuffing. Royal Sonesta Boston, 40 Edwin H Land Blvd., Cambridge, 617-497-4200

Brasserie JO


Offering a festive Easter experience for all ages, Brasserie JO is the perfect spot for families looking for a kid-friendly brunch option. Kids are invited to take photos with the Easter bunny and participate in an egg hunt, while parents can listen to live jazz music and sip on some bubbly from the mimosa bar. Dining options include brunch favorites such as French toast, poached eggs benedict, and omelets as well as desserts like caramel bread pudding, mini crème brulee, and assorted petite pies. The Colonnade Boston Hotel, 120 Huntington Ave., 617-424-7000

Boston Chops

Nestled in the heart of Boston's South End, this urban steak bistro features 20-foot ceilings, a towering 2,000-bottle wine room, and a creative menu of rarely celebrated delicacies. This weekend, head to the laidback yet refined eatery for a delicious, three-course Easter brunch, which includes dishes such as lobster Benedict, huevos rancheros, and a chocolate pear duo with chocolate sponge cake, early grey chocolate cream, pear mousse, caramelized pearl, and pear sorbet. 1375 Washington St., 617-227-5011