Easter Eats in Palm Beach County

On the hunt for an Easter Sunday meal? Celebrate the holiday by dining at these local restaurants

Spring desserts at 3800 Ocean. Photo by Michael Albanese
Spring desserts at 3800 Ocean. Photo by Michael Albanese

3800 Ocean 

Hop on over to 3800 Ocean Restaurant & Lounge at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa April 9 for a curated brunch and other festivities. The brunch will be available from noon to 7 p.m. and include a raw bar station, a carving station, and an array of vegetable side dishes and charcuterie selections. Top off your brunch with a delectable sweet by executive pastry chef Kursten Restivo. The meal is priced at $145 for adults and $45 for children 12 and under. Reservations are highly encouraged by calling 561-340-1795.

Atlantic Grille

The restaurant inside The Seagate Hotel & Spa in Delray Beach will host Easter brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 10 p.m. Brunch drink specials include the Sunday Best with Beefeater Strawberry Pink Gin, egg whites, strawberries, and lavender syrup, as well as bottomless rosé, mimosas, and an Aperol Spritz bar for $18 each. Dinner specials include a spring-inspired Easter salad, roasted Florida corn soup, grilled lamb chops, and a chocolate dessert buffet.


On Easter Sunday, Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street in Jupiter will host a family brunch at Beacon, an Easter egg hunt, and a visit from the Easter Bunny from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Start the day with brunch classics or specialties such as crab cake eggs Benedict, avocado focaccia toast, and Beacon chicken. Take advantage of two complimentary mimosas or Bloody Marys. The meal is priced at $60 per adult and $25 for children ages 12 and younger. Reservations are highly encouraged.

Café Boulud

At Café Boulud inside The Brazilian Court on Palm Beach, executive chef Dieter Samijn and executive pastry chef Julie Franceschini are serving up a three-course prix fixe menu for Passover and Easter celebrations. On April 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., try the Easter brunch menu ($155 per person) that is bursting with spring flavors. Appetizers include chilled fava bean soup or octopus carpaccio, and entrées include Belgian waffles, seared Maine scallops, grilled lamb chops, and more. For a sweet delight, guests can enjoy desserts such as the Religieuse Au Chocolat or the Tarte Aux Fraises. The restaurant’s Passover three-course dinner menu ($135 per person) will be served from 5:30 to 10 p.m. April 5 and 6. To begin, opt for the beet carpaccio, Balik salmon, or chicken pressé. Entrées include Branzino en Cocotte and house-smoked beef brisket, with a pavlova to round out the meal.

City Cellar 

Join City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill in West Palm Beach for an Easter Sunday feast from 11 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. for brunch and 5 to 10 p.m. for dinner. Bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys are available for $17 and can be paired with comfort foods such as crème brûlée French toast, steak and eggs, and the Cellar Burger, which is topped with applewood-smoked bacon, brie, and a fried egg. For dinner, executive chef Farrin Kolpan is serving a shellfish tower stacked with Blue Point oysters, jumbo lump crab, shrimp cocktail, and lobster claws. If you’re not in the mood for seafood, try the fork-tender Dijon- and herb-crusted lamb and finish with the Easter Nest, a German chocolate cake adorned with Cadbury mini eggs, toasted coconut, and chocolate sprinkles. From 4 to 7 p.m., enjoy $2 off libations and half off select bites during “Hoppy Hour.” Reservations are encouraged.


Make a trip to Delray Beach or West Palm Beach to try Elisabetta’s Easter brunch special: Italian eggs Benedict with toasted artisan sourdough bread, poached eggs, and prosciutto and béarnaise accompanied by a salad for $17.

Meet the Easter Bunny at Galley. Photo courtesy of Galley
Meet the Easter Bunny at Galley. Photo courtesy of Galley


Join Galley inside the Hilton West Palm Beach for its annual Easter brunch buffet April 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., starting at $99 per person. Guests can feast on delicacies from a made-to-order omelet station, a parilla grill and charcuterie station, a raw bar with fresh seafood, brunch sides, and gourmet desserts. Bottomless Aperol Spritz, mimosas, or Bloody Marys are available for an additional $20. Brunch on the outdoor patio, a photo with the Easter Bunny, and an Easter egg hunt on the lawn round out the festivities.

La Goulue

On April 9, La Goulue on Palm Beach will serve a holiday brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., as well as dinner from 4 to 10 p.m. Enjoy a curated menu of appetizers, entrées, and desserts. For brunch, indulge in poached duck eggs on English muffins or an herb-crusted leg of lamb. Dinner specials include a seasonal squash soup, asparagus and salsify in puff pastry, and a roasted John Dory fillet. The Charlotte Cecile dessert, a dark and white chocolate bread pudding with bourbon vanilla custard and lady fingers, will be featured on both menus.

LoLa 41

This Easter, LoLa 41 on Palm Beach will offer two all-day holiday specials featuring cuisine from the forty-first parallel. Celebrate with a crab and spinach frittata with béarnaise sauce and asparagus salad for $32, or a potato-crusted grouper topped with tarragon beurre monte, asparagus beans, peas, and a pancetta vinaigrette for $48.

Louie Bossi’s

It’s always Pasqua at Louie Bossi’s in Boca Raton. On Easter Sunday, the Italian eatery will be offering a brunch special of ligurian nicoise with imported Italian tuna, an 8-minute egg, artichoke, radish, tomato, arugula, green beans, and potatoes for $18.50.

Okeechobee Prime Meat Market

Okeechobee Prime Meat Market in West Palm Beach is keeping up with Easter Sunday traditions with specialty items available for pick up. Highlights include roasted beef tenderloin ($275 for four to six people) and boneless prime rib ($350 for six to eight people; $500 for 10 to 12 people). Both come with au jus and horseradish cream, as well as two signature sides, such as buttery mashed potatoes with garlic, fire-roasted creamed corn with Nueski Bacon, or creamed spinach. Order by phone (561-570-7200) by April 7 and pick up between noon and 4 p.m. April 9.

Salmon tartare at Pistache. Photo by InHouse Creative
Salmon tartare at Pistache. Photo by InHouse Creative


Celebrate Easter Sunday the French way. Pistache in West Palm Beach is offering a three-course prix fixe brunch menu April 9. Among the appetizers are onion soup gratinee, salmon tartare, chia seed parfait, mussels, and Burgundy escargot with lemon garlic butter. Choose from specialty entrées such as wild mushroom and truffle quiche, grilled veal paillard, or steak frites. The price of the menu is $95 per person plus tax and gratuity, and $35 per person for the children’s menu. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

The Regional 

The Regional in West Palm Beach will celebrate Easter this year with chef Lindsay Autry’s Easter buffet brunch, featuring traditional brunch items, seasonal dishes, and other specialties. On April 9, guests can savor a buffet spread that includes menu favorites such as tomato pie, fried chicken, ham, prime rib, and many breakfast classics. The menu is priced at $85 per person plus tax and gratuity, and $28 per child. Reservations are strongly encouraged by calling 561-557-6460.

Smoked Heritage Ham at Tropical Smokehouse. Photo courtesy of Tropical Smokehouse
Smoked Heritage Ham at Tropical Smokehouse. Photo courtesy of Tropical Smokehouse

Tropical Smokehouse

From eggs to matzo, Tropical Smokehouse in West Palm Beach has everything you need for your holiday celebrations. For Easter Sunday, enjoy a family meal ($175 for six to eight people) of smoked Heritage Ham, sweet corn pudding, aged white cheddar mac and cheese, and a house salad. Save room for chef Rick Mace’s carrot cake with pineapple, pecans, and cream cheese frosting. Pick up will be available April 7 and 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For Passover celebrants, Tropical is offering a braised Prime angus brisket in a sweet and sour tomato sauce (half $95; whole $165 for 10 people). Pick up will take place April 5, 6, and 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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