Where to brunch on Easter Sunday in Atlanta

12 spots offering egg-cellent holiday specials
Where to get Easter Brunch in Atlanta
The Mercury's eggs Benedict

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Don’t have plans for Easter yet? Quick! Text your family and friends, then make a reservation at one of these top spots, with hoppity specials galore.

American Cut
Normally open for dinner only, American Cut is opening its doors early on Easter Sunday with brunch starting at 12:30 p.m. Expect an a la carte menu of classics, plus mimosas and bloody Mary’s. There’s also special three-course menu available for $65 per person. 3035 Peachtree Road, 770-415-9766

Bar Americano
New to the Buckhead scene, Bar Americano will serve brunch specials for Easter, in addition to the regular lunch menu. Offerings include a brunch pizza pie topped with sausage, potatoes, onion, duck egg, French toast, steak and eggs, and a roasted tomato, basil, and mascarpone frittata. 56 East Andrews Drive, 678-515-0697

Canoe’s smoked salmon Benedict

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No brunch list is complete without a mention of Canoe, known for its scenic views on the Chattahoochee River and fine dining fare. On Easter, brunch will include Georgia pecan sticky buns, brioche French toast with balsamic macerated berries, and smoked salmon Benedict. Reservations encouraged. 4199 Paces Ferry Road, 770-432-2663

D.B.A.’s ham

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D.B.A. Barbecue
If your Easter won’t be complete without a ham, D.B.A. is the place to go. Open for brunch and dinner, as well as takeout (with pre-order), D.B.A. offers deviled eggs, potato gratin, smoked and maple-glazed hams, legs of lamb, beef tenderloin, and more. 1190 North Highland Avenue, 404-249-5000

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
Dine like a king or a queen with more than 150 items to choose from at the Four Seasons’ brunch buffet. Options include prime rib, king crab legs, caviar, cheese, and charcuterie, plus a plethora of desserts. The cost is $115 for adults and $75 for ages 5-12. Ages 5 and under are free. Reservations required. 75 14th Street, 404-881-9898

The Mercury
There’s no lack of entertainment at the Mercury’s Easter brunch. A magician will perform tricks while live music plays. Diners can enjoy chilled seafood, lamb, ham, and other delicacies from the brunch buffet—and don’t forget to stop at the dessert bar. The cost is $34.95. 675 Ponce De Leon Avenue, 404-500-5253

The Mill’s shrimp and grits

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The Mill Kitchen + Bar
Dig into a buffet while the kids mix and mingle with the Easter bunny. Seating starts at 9:30 a.m. Menu items include shrimp and grits, broccoli and cheddar quiche, bagels, and more. The cost is $36.99 for adults and $12.99 for children. 590 Mimosa Boulevard, Roswell, 770-817-9345

One Eared Stag
Robert Phalen is preparing an a la carte feast with buttermilk pancakes, a yet-to-be-determined Chef’s Breakfast, and more. 1029 Edgewood Avenue, 404-525-4479

Park Tavern
The Piedmont Park-adjacent is hosting a kid-friendly brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a buffet including eggs Benedict, biscuits and gravy, blackened Chilean salmon, and an omelet station. The Easter Bunny will be on location for photos between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and an egg hunt for the kids (with prizes) kicks off at noon. $34.95 for adults and $14.95 for kids aged seven to 12 (ages six and younger eat free). 500 10th Street, 404-249-0001

For those up in the ‘burbs, Piastra offers an Italian take on Easter brunch. Dine on fried artichokes with calabrese citrus glaze, milk-braised goat ragout served over pappardelle, and traditional donuts with lemon-almond cream. Ricotta pies are available for pre-order for $40. 45 West Park Square, Marietta, 770-425-9300

Southern Art Bourbon Bar
Bring the kids out for this one: In addition to breakfast and brunch dishes (buttermilk fried chicken, pastrami Benedict, shrimp and grits) and a seafood bar, Southern Art will also host two outdoor Easter egg hunts, a petting zoo, and kids can meet the Easter Bunny himself. Brunch runs 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and starts at $95 for adults and $45 for kids (age five and younger are free). 3315 Peachtree Road, 404-946-9070

Easter is one of only two times a year that Valenza serves brunch, so be sure to make a reservation. From 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m diners will enjoy a two-course meal with options like uova alla fiorentina (poached farm eggs, spinach, fontina polenta, pancetta) and bistecca (grilled c.a.b. flatiron steak, soft scrambled eggs, crispy pecorino potatoes, asparagus) for $24 per person. 1441 Dresden Drive, 404-969-3233