Check out some of the Easter fun on tap for adults and kids around Atlanta.
Friday, April 2
Vision Baptist Church is hosting an Easter egg hunt at Fowler Park. The event includes games, a photo booth and plenty of fun.
Saturday, April 3
Chocolate and wine make for a wonderful time! Free event for the kids to come hunt for candy/filled eggs at 4pm followed by a ticketed event for adults at 6pm. This is a BYOB (bring your own basket) event! Kids hunt will be split into 2 and under and 3+. Some eggs in the adult hunt will include free tastings and even an overnight stay in our pavilion suite. Chef Richard will be making burritos to order and the tasting bar will be open! The adult egg hunt will require walking over uneven terrain for distances up to a mile. All adults must bring a mask and observe COVID precautions.
The event includes an egg hunt, prizes, a visit with the Easter bunny and characters, fun park, petting zoo, ‘hey’ ride, jumping pillow, swings and more. Admission is $11 for kids and $5 for adults.
Hop on over to Montaluce Winery & Restaurant for an egg hunt in the vines. Participants could win free bottles of wine, complimentary wine tastings, vouchers for popular winery experiences and more! Check in begins at 1 p.m. The hunt starts at 2p.m. Limited ticket sales online only: $60 per ticket.
The Works will host its first Easter event from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., which will feature an exciting line-up of family-friendly activities throughout the day, including classic outdoor games, balloon and chalk art, a petting zoo, photo opportunities and scavenger hunts. A Kid’s Egg Hunt for children aged 12 and under will take place from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., where six unique outdoor stations will be set up for children to search for eggs to find exciting prizes. Later on in the day, adults can take part in their own 21+ Adult Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt at 8 p.m. The adult egg hunt will feature thousands of glowing eggs to hunt down with exciting prizes, including one golden egg with a $500 prize!
Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks is hosting the hunt at Morgan Falls. The event aims to help those children to have an inclusive experience with the community. The event includes an area to accommodate children with wheelchairs. (After clicking the link, click activities, click Dino Egg Hunt, click one of the two sessions.)
The Taste is an annual free event where family and friends gather to sample food from over 25 restaurants in the Forsyth county and Cumming area. With live music, fun for the kids, and the Easter Egg hunt, fun is to be had by all.
Weekends thru April 4
Free Easter Event at Malibu Norcross & Mountasia Marietta
Malibu Norcross and Mountasia Marietta will host an Easter event that includes pictures with the Easter Bunny, crafts, prizes, a QR code Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt, and more! The event will give guests the opportunity to enjoy the Easter activities for free. The main highlight will be a QR code Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt. Once the guest has found all of the Easter eggs, they will be able to receive a free Easter themed prize pack.
Sunday, April 4
The Dillard House will hold its annual egg hunt on the Rock House Lawn (adjacent to the restaurant). At 10 a.m., overnight guests will get to hunt, win prizes and meet the Easter Bunny. Then at 2 p.m., it’s the Community Easter Egg Hunt – everyone is invited!
God’s Anointed New Generation hosts A Community Easter Egg Hunt. The event includes music, candy and fellowship. Masks and social distancing are required.
Somebunny’s eggcited to welcome families back for the annual egg hunt. Bring your own basket, drinks and masks. All children must wear a mask while hunting foreggs.
Places to eat
The Dillard House will serve its Easter menu on Sunday, April 4 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. It includes herb roast lamb with dressing, fried chicken, honey-glazed ham, creamed corn, cabbage casserole, cheese biscuits, strawberry shortcake and more!
Experience an Easter brunch buffet complete with all your favorites overlooking the Midtown Skyline & Piedmont Park at Park Tavern. Guests ages 12 and under will enjoy a special visit from the Easter Bunny and egg hunts beginning at noon.
Hop on over and indulge in 5Church’s Atlanta’s Easter buffets. The Sunrise Buffet features mainly brunch items from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. followed by the Sunset Buffet with mostly dinner items from 4-8 p.m. Buffet prices are $45 per adult and $20 per child. Reservations can be made online. To ensure a safe and comfortable experience, the restaurant will have server-attended food stations, temperature checks upon guest arrival and masks required unless seated at a table.
Hampton + Hudson will be open for brunch from 10am-2:30pm on Easter Sunday and is offering a $20 mimosa special (one bottle of prosecco with a carafe of OJ) and beer special (Monday Night Brewing’s Dust Bunny IPA for $5) to pair. For dinner, the menu will include an Easter special, with Deviled Eggs, Coca-Cola Glazed Ham, Mac ‘n Cheese, Brussels Sprouts and Cornbread, plus Carrot Cake for dessert.
All locations of HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern (Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Halcyon and Atlantic Station) are offering a special Easter brunch and dinner alongside its regular menu. The Easter menu includes roast leg of lamb with smashed fried red potatoes, Brussels sprout gratin and mint pesto ($22), roasted carrots with cashews, cumin yogurt and pickled parsley ($9) and a chocolate lava cake with English cream and raspberries ($11).
The hunt is over for the perfect Easter meal this year. Guests are invited to celebrate Easter with Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails. The historic Crabapple restaurant will be open from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sunday, April 4 and will feature a three-course prix fixe menu priced at $45 for adults and $20 for children. Make reservations online.
Hell’s Kitchen Season 18 contestant and chef/co-owner Scotley Innis is opening Continent Restaurant and Cigar Lounge on April 1. It will offer tantalizing Afro-Caribbean and Asian-inspired dishes. Head by for an a-la-carte Easter brunch on Sunday from 1-4 p.m.
The Southern Gentleman is opening early at 10 a.m. on April 4 and serving its classic brunch and dinner menus. Easter specials include coconut cream tart with chantilly, toasted coconut, milk chocolate sorbet and butter cake crumble ($10); white chocolate-glazed éclair with salted caramel and pecan praline ($6); beet-dyed deviled eggs with a whipped deviled filling, smoked pork belly and crispy sweet potato ($10); and a smoked lamb shank with mint, pea and fava bean salad, crispy shallots, and garlic and olive oil whipped potatoes ($46).
For a delicious Easter brunch, check out Carson Kitchen in Alpharetta’s City Center. Available for dine-in, pick-up and delivery, Carson Kitchen’s brunch menu offers favorites such as oatmeal brûlée, avocado toast, shrimp and grits and much more.
Treat your family to a prix fixe brunch at Local Three Kitchen + Bar on Easter Sunday, April 4, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Easter brunch is $39.93 for adults and $12.93 for children 12 and under. Each meal includes a complimentary family photo with the Easter bunny and children can join socially-distanced Easter egg hunts.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m at TWO urban licks., brunch-goers can enjoy the holiday with specials created by acclaimed Executive Chef Matt Weinstein. Fried Chicken Biscuit, French Toast, TWO breakfast, Chicken Salad Melt, and many more enticing entrées are on the menu. Imbibers can wake up to a Morning Irishman, sip on a refreshing Elder Rosa, or swirl a glass Mt. Beautiful Pinot Gris. For those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth, TWO’s dessert menu is guaranteed to impress with a Peanut Butter Pie, Chocolate Creme Brûlée, or Tres Leches Cupcake. From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., diners can start the evening with the confit turkey wings, smoked fried ribs, or dive right into the scallops, rotisserie chicken, or blackened salmon.
Dantanna’s guests can celebrate the holiday where eggs will be the star of the show and choose from an array of dishes created by Executive Chef Brad Parker. Indulgences include a build-your-own omelet station; a surf and turf Benedict featuring a mouthwatering filet topped with poached eggs and lobster hollandaise; huevos rancheros with house-made chorizo, black beans and smoked gouda topped with sunny side up poached eggs and pico de gallo; Heaven on Turf, prime New York strip with a demi-glace and two cloud eggs; and much more.
Whether it’s brunch or dinner, guests at STK Atlanta can indulge in an array of holiday, dine-in options created by Executive Chef Andra Montobbio including King Crab Deviled Eggs, Roasted Rack of Lamb, and a Rocky Road Chocolate Fudge Brownie made with toasted hazelnut, marshmallow and Easter eggs. Just for dinner, Honey Citrus Glazed Ham featuring grilled giant shrimp, almond green beans, Brussels sprout coleslaw and parmesan mashed potatoes will steal the show.
Celebrate Easter at Kona Grill. Easter Brunch will feature mix n’ match mimosa specials, Spicy Lobster Avocado Toast, Macadamia Nut French Toast and more. Brunch enthusiasts can also enjoy the dine-in Honey Ham Brunch including grilled honey glazed ham with breakfast potatoes and three eggs.
Muss & Turner’s has the secret recipe for an Easter to remember. The Smyrna eatery is serving an a la carte Easter brunch menu from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., featuring savory and sweet specials, such as, Brussels Sprouts Hash with Nueske’s bacon, Georgia apples, sweet onions, a fried egg and horseradish crema, or Holy Cannoli French Toast, dipped in custard and topped with whipped sweet mascarpone, ricotta, dark chocolate chips and pistachios.
Gypsy Kitchen will open Easter Sunday offering its classic menu along with some special chef features.
Flatlands Bourbon & Bayou – Craving Cajun delicacies? Flatlands opens early on Easter Sunday from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Try a Louisiana twist on classic favorites like Crab Cake Eggs Benedict or Fried Chicken.
Village Tavern – Offering Sunday brunch with an expansive menu, the Brie and Bacon Omelet beckon you to come on in for a taste.
Cru Food & Wine Bar – Sunday brunch at Cru begins with a carafe of Blood Peach Bellinis to pair with a Summer Garden Omelet combining baby spinach, zucchini, heirloom tomatoes, fontina cheese and roasted baby Yukon potatoes.
For those spending Easter Sunday in Athens, plan on brunch at Heirloom Café from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Heirloom’s menu features fresh, local dishes such as Love on a Biscuit with two poached eggs on a buttermilk biscuit with smoked chicken, button mushrooms and arugula in a creamy marinara, French toast with berry compote and pulled pork hash with baked eggs, smoked Comfort Farms pork shoulder, crispy collards, potatoes, onions, carrots and smoked tomato bacon hollandaise.
Ocean & Acre will be offering its classic menu plus brunch features on Easter Sunday.
Enjoy brunch in East Cobb at Seed Kitchen & Bar on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 pm. With choices such as strawberry mascarpone French toast, Maryland lump crab eggs Benedict, buttermilk pancakes and more, Seed is the perfect place to dine with family and friends.
The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill will be featuring its classic menu along with Easter chef features.
This Easter, Lazy Betty will offer a five-course brunch tasting menu for the first time ever featuring new dishes made with elevated ingredients. The menu will be $125 per person, and beverage pairings will be available for $80 each.
Saint Germain Bakery’s Easter Chocolates & Baked Goods – This Easter, the Ponce City Market bakery is selling festive sweet treats, including Milk Chocolate Bunny Rabbits ($4, $10), Eggs with vanilla mousse, mango crémeux, almond dacquoise ($6.25) and a Bumble Bee Pastry with honey mousse, lemon curd and almond paste wings ($6.25).
Georgetown Cupcake’s assorted Easter dozens are back! Customers can choose from the Limited Edition Easter Egg Dozen featuring 12 different flavors packed in a limited edition pink Easter egg gift box; the Easter Celebration Dozen, which includes six Easter nest cupcakes and six tulip cupcakes; and the Hoppy Easter Dozen, including six vanilla confetti bunny face cupcakes and six Easter egg hunt chocolate cupcakes.
Guests can celebrate Easter and soak in the skyline views over brunch at 9 Mile Station. From 11am to 3pm, the restaurant will be serving Easter specials, including Braised Lamb Sandwich with feta cheese, caramelized onions, pickled radish and arugula on a brioche bun, alongside their regular menu.
The Southern Gentleman will dish up several Easter specials alongside their regular brunch menu from 11am-4pm and at dinner until 9pm. The featured items include Beet Dyed Deviled Eggs – whipped devilled filling, smoked pork belly, crispy potatoes; Smoked Lamb Shank – mint, pea, and fava bean salad, crispy shallots and garlic, olive oil whipped potatoes; Coconut Cream Tart – chantilly, toasted coconut, milk chocolate sorbet, butter cake crumble; and White Chocolate Glazed Eclair – salted caramel and pecan praline.
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