The Best Spots for Easter Brunch in Chicago

Kerry Snider | April 16, 2019 | Food & Drink Features

Hop on over to these five fabulous eateries for the best Easter brunches in town.

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Experience an adult easter egg hunt at Z Bar’s holiday brunch.

Temporis
This Michelin-starred restaurant takes a break from churning out beautifully complex tasting menus for a three-course Easter brunch featuring rabbit en croute. $75 per person, 933 N. Ashland Ave., 773.697.4961

Z Bar
Easter egg hunts get an adult upgrade at this swanky Peninsula Hotel restaurant. With each cocktail ordered, patrons receive one egg with prizes like a Chocolate Bar experience or tickets to an upcoming cocktail class. 108 E. Superior St., 312.573.6888

Blue Door Kitchen and Garden
Channel a serene countryside setting in the heart of Chicago at Blue Door. Best known for its farm-to-table fare, the restaurant’s special Easter menu combines classic holiday and brunch components with goodies like roasted lamb leg benedict ($16). 52 W. Elm St., 312.573.4000

Spiaggia
Inspired by the tastes of Sardinia, Spiaggia’s talented chefs pulled together a brunch with highlights like lamb saddles with pave, salmon with roe and ramps, and olive oil cake with chantilly and berries. $65 per person, 980 N. Michigan Ave., 312.280.2750

Mercat a la Planxa
Not only will you dine on Spanish delights like crab-topped montaditos and Catalan ratatouille at this four-course feast, but kids will leave with a free box of housemade Peeps on Easter Day. $55 per person, 638 S. Michigan Ave., 312.765.0524



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