For a millennial that cooks almost every holiday, going out for Easter sounds absolutely lovely. Everyone needs a break. I am not the only one. According to postcrescent.com, “An estimated 33 million Americans eat out on Easter every year. More than half of them will be going to brunch, likely right after church while they’re still dressed up in their Easter finery. The National Restaurant Association’s decades of tracking statistics show Easter is the fifth busiest holiday in restaurants. Mother’s Day takes the No. 1 slot, followed by Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day and New Year’s Eve. For many families, eating out on Easter is an annual tradition.”
Here are a few tips from Edgyplate.
- Get your reservation early!
- Dress the part, that’s half the fun
- Research the perfect spot
- Enjoy yourself!
Here are some of the best Easter Brunch spots in the country. Have you been to any of these?
Best Easter Brunch in America
Don’t let foil-wrapped chocolates and marshmallow chicks be the most memorable things you eat on Easter — make reservations for a special brunch! Traditional breakfast favorites and Creole classics are just some of the delicacies being served at GAYOT’s Top 10 Easter Brunch Restaurants in the U.S., presented here in alphabetical order.