Easter Brunch in Chicago: Where to Go

Brunch and Easter go hand-in-hand!

Tons of food, delicious drinks, and the most important meal of the day. There’s no better way to spend Easter Sunday with friends or family! Make those reservations now.

The Lobby at The Peninsula Chicago
An extravagant and delicious buffet in a beautiful space, which includes a myriad of roasted meats, salads, pastries, and so much more. Enjoy live music, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and an Egg Hunt for the little ones.
Adults: $225 Children: $65

Ann Sather
There’s baked ham, fresh grilled salmon, roasted turkey/dressing, roasted leg of lamb… these are a few of our favorite things. Oh, and sweet rolls. Of course.
Adults: $21.95 Children: $12.95

The Drake, A Hilton Hotel
Live music by The Steve Biossat Trio with a brunch which includes a raw bar, omelet station, Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas. We can’t forget the extravagant sweet shoppe!
Adults: $119 Children: $39

The Signature Room
Live piano, a carving station, the Easter Bunny, and decadent sweets with beautiful Chicago views.
Adults: $80 Children: $35

IO Godfrey
The views from The Godfrey are endless, and so is the buffet! The selections include: of an omelet station, pancake/waffle station, carving station, house-made pastas, and a variety of desserts.
Adults: $39 Children: $12

The Estate by Gene & Georgetti
Listings only a few things from this epic Easter brunch is a crime, but we’ll do our best. Eggs benedict, an omelet bar, a raw bar, a carving station, incredible pastries and fruit, and plenty of appetizers.
Adults: $52 Children: $19

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Credit: Gene & Georgetti

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