Bring your family to an Easter Brunch this Sunday to enjoy the day together! Many restaurants in Sarasota are offering all-you-can-eat buffets and special brunch menus for you and your family to enjoy. Some of them even offer unlimited mimosas and Easter Bunny visits, so no matter your age, there's plenty of fun to be had at these Easter brunches in Sarasota!
Join the staff at Michael's On East on Sunday, April 1st for an Easter Brunch buffet. The buffet will serve Michael's Famous Crab Cakes, Oysters Rockefeller, and Veal Osso Bucco alongside more traditional brunch items like eggs benedict and pancakes. They will also have a carving station with Slow-Roasted Honey Pineapple-Glazed Bone-In Ham and decadent dessert tables with an array of options to choose from. Brunch will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 2:30 p.m. Call and reserve a table because they're extremely busy during brunch hours!
Stop by Libby’s Cafe and Bar for a comforting brunch with a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny! Their extensive brunch menu has plenty to choose from including seven different stations: morning sweets, brunch, salad, carving meats, grazing, seafood, and dessert stations. Many people raved about the Alaskan King Crab as well as the Pear and Four-Cheese Tortellini with Truffle Cream from last year, so they brought both of them back to this buffet and hope to bring you back, too! For adults, brunch is $55 and $25 for children, but be sure to come around 10:00 a.m. when brunch begins because they’re expecting a crowd!
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Pack the family into the car and head to Louies Modern in Downtown Sarasota for their Easter brunch buffet on the morning of April 1. Their brunch menu features a carving station where you can get fresh pork, prime rib, or lamb alongside made-to-order waffles and omelets. Wait for the Easter Bunny to stop by with Easter-themed goodie bags with crafts to keep the kids entertained during the meal. Reservations for this Easter brunch are required, so give them a call before all the tables fill up!
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The Table Creekside is offering a special Easter brunch menu crafted by chefs Pedro and Rafael to entice regulars and newcomers to join them on Easter morning. They’re offering a Maine Lobster Benedict, Elephant Ear French Toast, and colossal stone crab claws to guests who want to join in on the fun! For those who are over 21, there will be unlimited mimosas for $15 that come in new flavors: peach and pear. Adults are charged $45 for this unlimited menu of brunch items, and children's brunch price is $12. The children will also be excited to get a visit from the Easter Bunny during brunch! Brunch begins at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. to be sure to make set plans or reservations so they can squeeze you in!
Mattison’s Forty One invites you to their Easter brunch buffet on April 1 beginning at 10:00 a.m. The meal itself is $40, but it’s worth every penny! They’re offering Almond Crusted Salmon with brown-buttered apples and freshly-carved prime rib and ham. The buffet is open until 4:00 p.m. with fresh food every hour, but make sure to set your Easter plans in stone and call for reservations because they’re usually busy on Easter morning.
Surround yourself with nature and beauty on Easter morning at the Polo Grill and Bar on the Lakewood Ranch. Brunch begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. They will have five chef-manned stations each serving up something different for you to try! The five stations include a cutting board station, seafood bar, hot items, cold items, and desserts. At each station, you'll find something to satisfy your palate like the Chilean Prince Edward Island Mussels in a champagne vinaigrette or the Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Lamb with mint jelly. Brunch starts at $44 per adult and $21 for children under 12 (beverages are purchased separately).
Come join the regulars are the Rusty Bucket on Easter for their special brunch menu on the morning of Sunday, April 1. The Rusty Bucket family is bringing exceptional eats to you with their Triple Decker Breakfast Sandwich, Braised Short Rib Hash, Kid's Belgian Waffle, and much more. Bring your family in for this one-of-a-kind meal, but be sure to make reservations because Easter brunch is one of the Rusty Bucket’s busiest days.
Treat yourself and your family this Easter by going to one of these fine Sarasota restaurants for Easter brunch. All of them require reservations in advance so call sooner rather than later, especially if your party has more than 6 people, and remember to take time to relax on this beautiful Easter Sunday!
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