Easter Sunday is definitely one of the busier brunch days you will find all year. Whether people are religious church-goers or not, this seems to be one of those holidays where families feel compelled to come together for a Sunday meal. Reservations fill up early, so pick and spot and book it soon! Mother’s Day and Father’s are also both coming up, so if you don’t get a reservation at your first choice location for Easter, you can try again for next month. And it doesn’t hurt to plan ahead to celebrate the parents in your lives anyway! Here are some of my top recommendations: Continue reading
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Few other holidays scream “brunch” the way Easter Sunday does. On the day when you can finally indulge after lent sacrifices, and eat giant chocolate bunnies and sugary-cream-filled chocolate eggs (I don’t know what the filling is in Cadbury Creme Eggs, and don’t really want to know, but I love love love them), a big brunch with family and friends feels so perfect.
Since you’ll likely be in your Sunday-best, a slightly nicer restaurant fits the occasion best. Keep in mind that because Easter is a popular day for brunch, you will want to make a reservation. But according to OpenTable.com, you still have a number of great options! A few of my top recommendations would be:
For some more suggestions, several other local blogs have put together Easter Brunch Guides:
- We Love DC: Katie’s top pick is Redwood in Bethesda, which I have not tried, but it sounds amazing
- Washingtonian has the most extensive list I have seen so far
- You can also check MetroMix‘s list and The Washington Post’s Going Out Gurus Guide
No matter what your religion, use tomorrow as an excuse to get together with your favorite people and indulge in some great food and sugary treats.