Enjoy Easter Brunch in St. Louis

Friday March 4, 2016

With the return of spring we look forward to many celebrations such as Opening Day, spring concerts, festivals, and Easter Brunch. When it comes to breaking bread the following restaurants have you covered.

Bissingers invites you to celebrate Easter in grand fashion at the 2nd annual Bissinger’s Bunny Brunch on March 13 at Bissinger’s Handcrafted Chocolatier (located at 1600 N. Broadway). Families will enjoy delicious brunch fare in The Caramel Room, our luxury event space on the top floor of Bissinger’s historic chocolate factory. Kids will enjoy painting chocolate bunnies, visiting the face painting station and visit with the Easter Bunny. Adults will enjoy beautiful views of the riverfront and skyline, as well as a build-your-own Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar.

Butler’s Pantry, St. Louis’ premier caterer, will host Easter Brunch with excellent amenities and buffets to please the entire family. On Sunday, March 27, Butler’s Pantry is offering brunch at three of St. Louis’ most cherished locations: Bixby’s, Café Madeleine and The Coronado. Enjoy the first blooms of spring with panoramic views of Forest Park at Bixby’s, located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum. Bixby’s will feature a multi-buffet brunch and a complimentary glass of champagne is included for guests over the age of 21.  At The Coronado, guests can dine from lavish stations to include: a carving station, a breakfast station, an entrée station and a seafood station. Valet parking, a champagne toast, and more are included. Dine amid lush plants at Café Madeleine, located in the oldest greenhouse west of the Mississippi in Tower Grove Park. Café Madeleine’s Easter Brunch will offer breakfast and lunch selections, including house-smoked salmon, made-to-order omelets, beef tenderloin, spring salads, pastas and more. Guests are encouraged to make reservations.

Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises are back! One of the upcoming specialty cruises includes an Easter Sunday Brunch Cruise on March 27, a Sunday Brunch Cruise on April 17, and Skyline Dinner Cruises on Fridays and Saturdays beginning in April. Visitors can purchase tickets at online, in person at the Old Courthouse or by calling (877) 982-1410.

The Missouri Athletic Club is offering delicious Easter Brunch for families celebrating the holiday on March 27 at 10 a.m. The Easter Bunny visits the Downtown Clubhouse, and a petting zoo is onsite for families to enjoy.

Celebrate Easter in style at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. They will offer interactive buffet stations, live music and more on Sunday, March 27, 2016. Younger children will also receive a bear from Build-A-Bear for their Easter baskets.  Easter brunch in Cielo Restaurant & Bar and the Mississippi Room on the 8th floor offers breathtaking views of the Gateway Arch and features more than 100 exquisite items.

Easter Brunch at The Hilton St. louis Frontenac Hotel includes a rise and shine breakfast, entrees, seafood, carving station, breakfast for kids and more on Sunday March 27 in the Ambassadeur Ballroom. To make reservations contact the catering office at (314) 824-6016 or email [email protected].

The Marriott West is hosting an Easter Lunch Buffet at our restaurant, the Blue Fire Grille from 11 a.m. -1:30 p.m. The menu will feature ham, green beans, roasted Potatoes, rolls, spring salad and desserts.

Patty Long Catering will also celebrate with Easter Brunch at the 9th Street Abbey on March 27 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Please call (314) 621-9598 or email [email protected] for reservations.

The Holiday Inn South County Center’s Easter Brunch will offer omelet and waffles stations, buttermilk biscuits with country gravy, southern style baked mac n’ cheese, peeptinis and more on the menu.

America’s Incredible Pizza Company will host Breakfast with the Easter Bunny from 9am-10am on Saturday, March 26th. Reservations are required.

No matter where you decide to dine, enjoy the moment and make lasting memories with your family and friends. We invite you to check out our events calendar for more fun ways to explore St. Louis.

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