Easter Brunch Raleigh
Looking for a place for Easter brunch in Raleigh? Although Easter is still a good three weeks away, it’s always better to plan ahead for that lazy family brunch – that probably happens once every year. Easter falls on the 24th of April this year and there are many restaurants in the Raleigh area that you could visit to tuck into that brunch of the year. These places not only host the perfect brunch but there are also good supper menus on their list. All you have to do is just select the right place and take your family along. Enjoy your Easter!
Here are a few that caught our eye:
Please check individual restaurants for the availability of their Easter brunch. As you know, although they have published their Easter brunch plans, it’s indeed subject to change without prior notice. Also, the prices listed (if any) do not include beverages and other applicable taxes.
Head to the Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Raleigh for your Easter Brunch. Their Easter Sunday Brunch is nominally priced at $32.95. It’s a 3-course brunch. On the Easter Sunday the restaurant will be open from 11.30 am to cater to the brunch seeking populace. And of course, they are also serving what’s on their regular menu apart from the brunch menu.
If you live close to the Crabtree Mall in Raleigh, the McCormick & Schmick's Seafood is one place you would want to check. On the Easter Sunday on April 24, McCormick & Schmick's Seafood is serving a brunch that starts at $10.95. There is also a kid’s brunch that is priced at $4.95. Apart from their seafood dinner specials they also have chef's benedicts, omelets and baked French toast. Bring along your family and enjoy the seafood brunch.
How about French cuisine for Easter? If you are in that mood, drive to the Saint Jacques French Cuisine in the Raleigh area. They have on cards a special Easter 3 course Prix Fixe menu to tease your palettes. But the crux is that the brunch will be served only from 11:00 am - 2:30 pm on the Easter day. So no excuses for missing this one.
Alternatively, you could head to the Easter celebrations at the Carolina Inn’s 10th annual celebration. They claim to host a ‘delicious Easter Grand Buffet Brunch’. It would be at the Carolina Crossroads Restaurant and the brunch will feature traditional brunch, carving stations and holiday entrees. Sound like they have much to offer.
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