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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

5 Cleveland Easter Brunches You Better Get a Reservation for Now

Posted By on Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 2:37 PM

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Easter is this weekend, and there's no better way to celebrate the end of Lent than with a little brunch-based indulgence — especially if it means you don't have to cook. From the family-friendly to the mimosa-fueled, these Cleveland Easter bunches are certainly worth securing a reservation.

Merwin's Wharf
1785 Merwin Ave.
Merwin's has a great view to accompany the great all-you-can-eat brunch. They're offering two carving stations, and breakfast fare that transitions into lunch fare as the day goes on. Call ahead to get reservations; seating begins at 9 a.m. Tickets are $28 per person. For more information, head here.

The Ritz-Carlton
1515 W 3rd St.
The Ritz Carlton, as they are wont to do, is offering a very fancy take on the holiday. Adults are $65 and kids under ten are $24. That hefty ticket includes traditional brunch options like egg and griddle stations, but they also have "Main Course" options lobster bisque and braised short rib. Find out more here.

Urban Farmer
1325 East 6th St.
This steakhouse is switching things up for Easter, with a cheese and charcuterie station, along with a hot buffet and three carving stations. Seats are $58 for adults and $22 for children, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More on reservations and the full menu can be found here.

1550 Chester Ave.
Serving up Easter classics with a German twist, Hofbrauhaus's menu includes ‘Haus Cold-Cured Salmon Gravlax, Baby Pork Shanks with Dunkel sauce, and more. Plus, don't miss a visit from the Easter Bunny (not on the menu). Adults are $27.95 and kids are $14.95 up to 12 years old (children 5 and under are free). Check out more here.

100th Bomber Group
20920 Brookpark Rd.
The 100th Bomber Group hosts an Easter Champagne Brunch, complete with bottomless mimosas starting at 11 a.m. Plus, the Easter Bunny is set to make an appearance so your children get a treat too. The menu includes prime rib, oysters and crab legs. Adults are $58.95 and kids are $27.95. Find out more information here.

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