For those who celebrate Easter, it’s a wonderful, fun celebration when families come together and enjoy the holiday and each other. It’s also a good excuse to get out and eat a special meal! If you’re planning to stay local and would like to find a good restaurant for Easter Brunch, look no further. We’ve called around and found that several of our favorite restaurants are offering a special menu and have decided to share them and cut down on your research. Be sure to call soon – they book up fast!
1700 Beacon Street
Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant is a warm and welcoming Spanish tapas bar serving small plates of food using the finest seasonal picks and unusual specialties from Spain and the Mediterranean. The Barcelona menu is focused on clean flavors, seasonal offerings and rustic small plate presentations where individual chefs with tremendous talent can express their creativity.
Photo Credit: Manny Vargas
583 Washington Street
Wellesley, MA 02482
James Beard award winner Ming Tsai’s restaurant will serve an amazing buffet service for Easter Brunch filled with a delicious array of East-West favorites.
$48pp/$18 children 4 -13yo (No charge for children under 4 years old)
55 Boylston Street
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Davio’s Chestnut Hill, created by Steve DiFillippo, pairs a state-of-the-art kitchen and exceptional restaurant design, with a warm, inviting place to dine. Come join us for exceptional food, drink and service provided by our professional staff. Our open kitchen and large lively bar provide theatrical flair and set the perfect stage for handmade pastas, fresh seafood and Prime Brandt Beef.
1704 Beacon St.
Brookline (Washington Square)
The flavors on our menu reflect the incredible melting pot of Brookline’s past. Drawing on the rich immigrant history that has created modern Brookline, Chef Stephanie Cmar brings the spices and techniques of North Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe to play against a background of classic American fare.
Prix Fixed Brunch – A three course prix fixe for $45
71 Union Street
Farmstead Table blends French technique and new world innovation in a classic American country kitchen. Inspired by local farmers, our culinary team believes that fresh and pure ingredients speak for themselves. We are dedicated to being actively involved our community, contributing sustainable, responsibly sourced product and knowledge, and in doing so, establishing ourselves as a place for its members to gather.
1634 Beacon Street
Brookline (Washington Square)
Food with integrity. We buy what’s local and in season here in New England. We make it in a simple, thoughtful way that tastes good, always with a nod to where we are. We serve it in an atmosphere that’s warming and un-fussy. We are conscious of our environment in every move we make. And we give back to the community and the causes that matter most.
Offering Easter Brunch Buffet from 10AM – 3PM
320 Washington Street
Social is a casual American Restaurant & Bar with a warm, inviting atmosphere and an attentive, friendly staff. Validated parking. We are hosting Easter this year with a Live Jazz Brunch, 11AM – 3PM.
1203 Walnut St.
Walnut Grille is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant, offering many gluten free options. Our dishes are artfully created to excite your palates and exceed your expectations. Our seasonally inspired menu features fresh ingredients sourced from local farms. For brunch they offer organic eggs and vegan egg substitutes.
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