Easter Dining in Orlando


Easter is on April 21st, and there’s plenty to enjoy in between hunting for eggs and debating whether chocolate bunnies are best eaten by the ears or tail first (clearly, it’s ears). Several Orlando restaurants are hosting decadent and delicious Easter brunches, with enough family-friendly options to please the whole gang.

  1. Canvas Restaurant and Market is hosting a Bunny Brunch Buffet the day before Easter, and it includes an appearance from the Easter bunny. Saturday, April 20th, 10am – 3pm; $30 per adult, $12 per child.
  2. Ocean Prime is presenting a special brunch menu including specialty cocktails and entrees such as lobster toast (pictured above) and braised short rib surf and turf. Their regular menu will be available as well. 11am – 3pm.
  3. For an Italian style Easter brunch, try Maria and Enzo’s. Besides classic Italian dishes, they’re serving up mascarpone french toast and hand-carved NY strip steak. Complimentary photos with the Easter Bunny are also available. 9:30am – 3pm; $45 per adult, $20 per child.
  4. With its industrial gothic theme, The Edison is a distinctive setting for Easter brunch. They’ll have special a la carte menu, and highlights include lemon ricotta pancakes and an Edison Egg Burger. Seating begins at 10:30am.
  5. For brunch with a Spanish flair, look to Tapa Toro. Their buffet includes a waffle station, omelette station, and a wide variety of Spanish-style dishes.  11am – 3pm; $38 per adult, $15 per child.
  6. The brunch buffet at American Kitchen Bar & Grill at B Resort & Spa is followed by an Easter egg hunt, where one lucky kiddo will win a full-size Easter basket. 12-4pm; $39 per adult, $19 kids 12 and under.
  7. At Taverna Opa, enjoy Greek traditions and food. They are offering a complimentary glass of wine with any lamb entree purchase, and will have entertainment all day. 12pm – 11pm.
  8. Trattoria del Porto at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel has a grand buffet with a carving station, raw bar, and risotto and omelette bar. Plus, a special appearance from Universal Orlando characters. 10am – 2pm.
  9. Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse will be featuring their slow-roasted prime rib, with 16oz or 20oz cuts available. Special brunch dishes include filet mignon benedict and lobster benedict. 11am – 2pm.
  10. Chroma Modern Bar and Kitchen will have updated holiday favorites such as salmon with couscous primavera salad and confit duck breast with grilled corn salad and purple mashed potatoes. 11am til close.
  11. Ravello at the Four Seasons Resort will offer a buffet including dishes such as Vesuvio pasta scampi, rotisserie chicken and mango tiramisu. They also offer a children’s buffet. 12pm – 7pm; $115 per adult, $45 per child.
  12. Rosen Shingle Creek’s family-oriented brunch offers a lavish spread including prime rib, multiple chef stations and plenty of dessert options. Adults get unlimited champagne and mimosas. 10am – 6pm; $69.95 per adult, $29.95 per child.
  13. For a southern inspired brunch, head to Highball & Harvest at The Ritz-Carlton. Their menu includes a champagne and mimosa bar, farm-fresh vegetables, a fresh raw bar, and more. 12pm – 3pm; $120 per adult, $50 per child.
  14. The a la carte brunch on Saturday and Sunday at Reyes Mezcalaria comes with bottomless mimosas, sangria and micheladas. 11am-4pm Saturday and Sunday.