Easter Brunch. Well, ya gotta do it. Here we have 7 places to show off those easter duds and have an awkward (yet, still delicious) meal with your family.
Log Haven — Sitting up in the Wasatch National Forest just 10 minutes away from downtown, Log Haven has some of the best views in town. They have won Best Utah Restaurant, Best Salt Lake Restaurant, and the Hall of Fame Award. This Easter from 1 to 5:30 p.m they will be offering a special, four-course meal by Chef Dave Jones.
East Liberty Tap House — They are a local favorite and have won multiple dining awards since their inception into Salt Lake City. If you’re looking for something simple and delicious, East Liberty Tap House is the place you want to be for Easter brunch. They are in the 9th and 9th neighborhood and offer food that is made with locally sourced ingredients. Brunch will be from 11 a.m to 2 p.m so if you’re in the neighborhood stop by and see what all the hype is about.
Oasis Cafe has been a long kept secret hidden away in the downtown Salt Lake area. The environment is a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. This year they will be having a special Easter brunch that will include Prime Rib, French Toast, and a chocolate fountain. Make reservations and experience one of the best kept secrets in downtown.
Frank’s has won numerous awards including, Best of State, Best Chef, and Taste of the Nation People’s Choice. Franck’s serves up French Cuisine or as Chef Perkins likes to describe it as “French Soulfood.” They will be serving a special three-course Easter brunch. Make your reservations today before space runs out.
George — Great for groups of all sizes, come and celebrate with family and friends at George’s Easter Brunch Buffet. Featuring classic brunch items like Maple Glazed Ham, their classic Mac n’ Cheese or Biscuits & Gravy. There is something for everyone—even the picky ones. Kids ages 4 and under are FREE.
Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House — Begin working on that appetite, and get over to Kimi’s for their significant Easter Brunch. What could be better than Kimi’s Croissant French Toast smothered with lingonberry syrup and whipped creme? Possibly the Roasted Prime Rib or Pacific Salmon with chili butter and jalapeño bacon. All made to perfection like only Kimi’s can.
Bambara — If you’re craving something decadent, plan on going to Bambara this Easter. From oysters on the half-shell to gourmet prepared eggs, their pastry displays are overflowing. A beautiful setting to celebrate the holiday, make sure to reserve your table now.
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