Where to Go For Easter Brunch in Salt Lake

Easter is quickly approaching and the best way to celebrate is with a traditional Easter morning brunch. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to bring the whole family, for an intimate couple’s brunch or a morning with friends, SLC has something for you.

Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club

Flanker is hosting an Easter Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with $60 bottles of Rose and $5 Bloody Marys and mimosas. The morning event will also feature live music, giving guests the option between a traditional dining experience, a sporting club table, a golf suite or some karaoke to celebrate the day.

6 North Rio Grande St, (801) 683-7070

The Capital Grille

If you’re looking for an Easter Brunch to bring the family to after hunting for eggs from the Easter Bunny, The Capital Grille has options for the kids, as well as the adults of the family. Adults can partake in mimosas, bubbly sparkling wine or celebratory champagne by the glass, along with a menu consisting of steak and eggs, lobster frittatas, crab cake Benedict and filet mignon. The little ones can enjoy a menu of fresh fruit, mac n’ cheese, mini cheeseburgers, french toast and scrambled eggs with cheese with ice cream for dessert. 

40 E 100 S, (385) 419-3888

KITA at Pendry Park City

For a more relaxed morning, consider spending Easter Sunday at Pendry Park City’s KITA restaurant. To celebrate Easter, the restaurant is hosting an elevated breakfast and brunch buffet from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a maple-glazed ham carving station and treats for the kids. Join the celebration at KITA for $50 per adult and $20 per child under 12 years old. 

2417 W High Mountain Rd, Park City, (435) 513-7213


Whether you’re looking for a traditional family-style Brunch or an adults-only coursed meal, the Pago Group have you covered. Pago on 9th and 9th is offering a three-course meal with Eggs Benedict, Flat Iron Steak, Kale Caesar Salad, Pago Breakfast and More. Served 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $55 per person, kids 12 and under eat for $25. (P.S. Starting in April Pago will no longer be offering Brunch service, so enjoy their midday offering while they last!)

878 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, (801) 532-0777

Emigration Cafe

Bring the whole family for a delectable Easter Buffet at Emigration Caffe. The menu is filled to the brim with all your brunch favorites, alongside hearty items like Shrimp & Grits, Blackened Salmon Tacos and Roman Style Pizza. Served 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., $55 for adults, $10 for kids five and under. Make your reservation here.

1709 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City, (801) 906-8101

Urban Hill

Recently dubbed our Outstanding Restaurant of the Year, Urban Hill’s Easter brunch is sure to impress. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the awarded restaurant is hosting its annual brunch with an extensive menu at $75 per adult and $30 per child ages 5-12. 

Menu Highlights include: 

  • Brioche French Toast
  • Chickpea Crepes
  • Brie & Prosciutto Galette
  • Pastries and Confections
  • Buttermilk Pancakes

510 S 300 W #100, Salt Lake City, (385) 295-4200 

Hearth and Hill

Urban Hill’s sister restaurant in Park City is ready to dazzle brunch-goers this Easter Sunday. With separate adult and children’s buffets, Hearth and Hill has something for the whole family. Adults can indulge in coriander-crusted trout covered in coconut sauce, blood orange coffee cake, cavatappi pomodoro and so much more starting at $64 per person. Children can delight in their child-friendly buffer of chicken tenders, french fries and grilled cheese at $30 per child.

153 Center Drive, Park City, (435) 200-8840

The Salt Republic

Located in Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City, The Salt Republic’s Easter brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. is open to hotel guests and SLC locals. The buffet-syle menu offers a variety of high-end brunch items for everyone to enjoy.

Menu highlights include:

  • Omelets made to order
  • Organic fried chicken
  • Smoked salmon tartlets
  • Wagyu Reuben bites
  • Suckling pig carving station
  • Strawberry cake rolls
  • Pear & almond tartlets

170 S W Temple St, Salt Lake City, (801) 596-1234

Little America

Little America is hosting their annual Easter Brunch Buffet in the Grand Ballroom, complete with all the cold and hot offerings you could wish for. Start with the waldorf salad or charcuterie board, then indulge in some smoked salmon and cocktail shrimp. Menu highlights from the hot section include pesto chicken breast, honey glazed ham, prime rib, and omelets made to order. Of course, diners can also enjoy a hearty selection of breakfast favorites and pastries. Brunch served 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., $79 for adults, $35 for kids.

500 Main St, Salt Lake City, (801) 596-5700

La Caille

Enjoy La Caille’s serene setting while you dine on a vast selection of holiday favorites served family style. Make reservations here.

9565 Wasatch Blvd., Little Cottonwood Canyon, (801) 942-1751


Step up your Easter Sunday with a four-course prix-fixe menu at Franck’s. $98 for adults, $40 for kids 12 and under. Menu highlights include:

  • Sea Salt and Brown Butter Biscuit
  • Chilled Slow Steamed Ocean Trout
  • Maple Braised Short Rib
  • Drunken Banana Ice Cream

6263 S. Holladay Blvd., Salt Lake City, (801) 274-6264

The Aerie

Make the most of the Wasatch Range’s snowy landscape by dining at Snowbird’s Aerie. The restaurant is offering an all-day brunch buffet featuring twists on Easter favorites alongside savory dishes and carving stations. Served 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 31st. $60 for adults, $30 for kids. Reservations are required.

9320 Cliff Lodge Drive, Snowbird.

Log Haven

Log Haven’s much anticipated Easter Brunch almost here, and Chef David’s menu is packed with all our favorites. The coursed meal includes your choice of Wild Mushroom Soup, Caesar Salad as the first course, followed by a selection of Entrees like Honey Brined Chicken Breast, Roast Leg of Lamb or Parmigiano Risotto. Available noon to 5 p.m. Call to make reservations.

6451 E. Millcreek Canyon Road, Salt Lake City, (801) 272-8255

Prefer a relaxing morning at home? These SLC shops have got you covered.

Fillings & Emulsions Easter Take & Bake Class

Sometimes the experience of cooking something new is gift enough. Fillings & Emulsions’s West Valley location is hosting an Easter Take and Bake class on March 30 at 8 a.m. for $85 per person. In the class, you will be making one dozen cinnamon rolls, one 6″ quiche lorraine, one dozen sugar cookies with frostings to decorate at home and one dozen spinach and cheese pies. 

Fillings & Emulsions West Valley, 1980 W 3500 S Unit 101, West Valley City, (385)-549-1167

Mrs. Backer’s Pastry Shop

Adults and children alike will adore Mrs. Backer’s adorable Easter-themed cookies, cakes and cupcakes. From chicks to bunnies to flowers, Mrs. Backer’s pastry shop has the Easter cookie for you.

434 E S Temple St, Salt Lake City, (801) 532-2022

Brisa Odenthal
Brisa Odenthal
Brisa Odenthal is a sophomore at Weber State University studying Multimedia Journalism. She is currently an editorial intern at Salt Lake magazine and has worked with The Signpost and PBS Utah. She enjoys writing and has plans to work in the journalism industry after she graduates from Weber State.

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