Where to Go for Easter Brunch in Chicago

Now that we’ve entered the spring season, Easter is upon us, and that means a smorgasbord of truly mouthwatering restaurant options and brunch menus are being prepared for all of Chicago to enjoy.  So, we’ve put together a short list (because let’s face it – there are far too many outstanding options to choose from) of some of the restaurant brunch offerings we’re looking forward to. Happy Easter!         

Restaurants Offering Easter Brunch in Chicago

Cindy’s Rooftop

Where:  Millenium Park

Reservations:  Book Here

Cindy’s Rooftop will host a family-friendly, high-class Easter brunch that will include activities for the kids inspired by the Peter Cottontail stories.  The rooftop of the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel features an exceptional brunch menu with steak and eggs, quiche, chilaquiles, and much more. In addition to the regular brunch, Cindy’s is also hosting a special “Annual Easter Brunch” this year at the White City Ballroom in the same building.

Terzo Piano at the Art Institute of Chicago

Where:  Millenium Park

Reservations:  Book Here

This year, The Art Institute of Chicago’s restaurant is going all out to host a beautiful Easter brunch.  With locally sourced, in-season produce, this elegant buffet is taking out all the stops. There will be an omelet station and artisanal salads as well as high-class touches like a carving station serving succulent slivers of lamb and ham.

Howells & Hood

Where:  Streeterville

Reservations:  Book Here

Howells & Hood will serve a prix fixe menu for Easter that is under $40.  Brunch guests will be treated to a cheese and charcuterie station, craft omelets and a carving station with prime rib.  And, if you really want to celebrate, top off your brunch with The Churchill. It’s a riff on a traditional bloody mary that comes with grilled shrimp and a Slim Jim.   

Bub City

Where:  River North

Reservations:  Book Here

This Southern-inspired Easter brunch features chicken and waffles paired with live music that you won’t want to miss.  Bub City’s Easter special will also include a beef brisket Benedict as well as items from their normal brunch menu.


Where:  West Loop

Reservations:  Book Here

A delectable Easter brunch, Eden focuses on sustainability and will be featuring a variety of handmade pastries, biscuits, and donuts all in addition to the rest of their fresh and local brunch menu.  Highlights include favorites like quinoa cakes, avocado eggs benedict, and granola bowls. And, they haven’t forgotten about the little ones. For them, Eden will serve up an Au Cheval burger with a side appearance by the Easter Bunny.  


Where:  Fulton Market

Reservations:  Book Here

Easter brunch-goers will love this inventive, colorful menu found in the heart of Fulton Market.  Carnivale’s South American-inspired brunch options are fantastic any day of the year, but for Easter brunch, they’re going all out.  Guests will enjoy a full buffet featuring classics from their regular menu as well as a few surprises inspired by the holiday. At just $35, you’ll also get access to their Bloody Mary bar and mimosa kits.

The Signature Room

Where:  Streeterville

Reservations:  Call (312) 787-9596

Enjoy a delicious brunch buffet with a stunning view of the city at The Signature Room.  From the 95th floor of the Hancock building, guests will be treated to a huge brunch featuring buffets for appetizers and seafood, as well as freshly cooked entrees and a dessert buffet.

Baptiste & Bottle

Where:  Magnificent Mile

Reservations:  Book Here  

Baptiste & Bottle is offering all of the Easter brunch favorites.  Guests will enjoy a truly indulgent waffle bar, slices of Makers Mark glazed ham, a fried chicken breast on a waffle with white Cheddar cheese, and a lobster roll.  And, that’s considered just one meal! Yum!

Celebrate the coming of Spring by indulging in a magnificent Easter brunch feast with your family, friends and neighbors at one of Chicago’s finest eateries.  And, don’t forget to make those reservations early. Hope to it!

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