Where to Brunch in Palm Beach County This Easter

Hop Over to These 7 Restos for Easter Brunch

1. Chez L’Épicier, Palm Beach


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Savor a delicious French-Canadian style Easter brunch at this island staple before it’s gone. Chez L’Épicier will close its doors on April 27 as husband-and-wife team Laurent Godbout and Véronique Deneault prepare to travel across their country in a remodeled Airstream. The meal starts out with a handful of amuse bouche bites, such as herbed deviled eggs, whipped ricotta macarons, and a vegetable tartine, all of which beg to be paired with a glass of rosé. Appetizers include chilled pea soup with crab and mint oil, a blue cheese puff pastry giant ravioli, and salmon carpaccio. The main courses range from light to indulgent: confit fennel and mini zucchini over creamy polenta makes for a satisfying vegetarian option, and traditionalists will swoon over the rosemary-breaded rack of lamb. As always at Chez L’Épicier, desserts are a standout. Select from a lemon crème brûlée with madeleines, chocolate doughnuts, or a raspberry iced nougat with an extra-large French macaron, and take in every last bite of chef Goudbout’s cooking.

2. Hai House, Palm Beach


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For this chic Chinese restaurant inside Palm Beach’s Esplanade on Worth Avenue, Easter marks the launch of its very first brunch service. And, it also marks the beginning of a collaboration with chef Kenny Tang, a dim-sum expert who has cooked for Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama as well as Chinese President Xi Jinping. The brunch will introduce Tang’s dim-sum specialties, such as scallop dumplings, lobster tail spring rolls, and edamame truffle potstickers, to complement plates like Chinese chicken and waffles with maple sriracha glaze, donuts with chrysanthemum honey and powdered sugar, and Mongolian beef and eggs. Bottomless mandarin mimosas top off the culinary journey.

3. City Cellar, West Palm Beach


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This mainstay of CityPlace, recently renamed Rosemary Square, will feature a variety of specials for Easter brunch and dinner. As is de rigueur on Sundays, the City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill will offer bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys during brunch hours from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Follow up drinks with a short rib eggs Benedict, brussels sprouts with thick-cut bacon and chives, brioche donuts, a strawberry sourdough waffle, or a crème brûlée and caramelized banana French toast with Tahitian vanilla butter and maple syrup. For dinner, venture from your regular order and go for a grilled and porcini mushroom-dusted Colorado lamb loin, accompanied by pea barely risotto and an organic mushroom black truffle escabeche. Or try the pan-seared black grouper with charred vegetable couscous and saffron nage. Regardless of which direction you veer in, count on executive chef Rolando Anoceto’s ability to churn out consistently stellar plates.

4. The Regional, West Palm Beach


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Holidays at The Regional Kitchen & Public House are joyous and delicious affairs. The eatery’s annual Easter brunch buffet showcases chef Lindsay Autry’s passion for cooking with helpings of her greatest hits, such as her tomato pie, fried chicken, loaded grits, and Old Bay-poached Florida pink shrimp, in addition to breakfast fare like omelets, smoked sausages and bacon, and à la carte items like eggs Florentine and the Regional Benedict with poached eggs, a tomato pie filling, and caramelized onions on toasted sourdough bread. Autry’s prime rib with horseradish aioli, Florida honey- and herb-glazed Easter ham will satisfy those looking for more traditional Easter options, while the over-the-top salad display, the local wahoo, and various vegetable preparations ensure everyone’s tastes are accommodated. Pastry chef Sarah Sipe goes all out with her dessert table for The Regional’s buffet brunches, and diners will find her petit key lime pies, coconut cake, and strawberry pistachio trifles irresistible. Fortunately, their miniature size means you don’t have to choose just one.

5. Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach,Palm Beach Gardens


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Brunch is always lively at Avocado Grill and Easter Sunday will be no exception. Head to the Palm Beach Gardens location to experience the eatery’s new Bloody Mary Bar, packed will all of the necessary accoutrements to adorn your beverage, and an Easter-exclusive carving station featuring leg of lamb and prime rib. The West Palm Beach location will also feature specials sure to satisfy those post-Easter egg hunt cravings.

6. III Forks, Palm Beach Gardens


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III Forks will deliver a decadent twist on steakhouse staples for Easter brunch this year. Here, diners can choose from topping their eggs Benedict with filet mignon or a lobster tail, or opting for Lowcountry shrimp and grits, or divine bananas Foster French toast. Mimosas and Bloody Marys will be flowing, and homemade scones, Danishes, and biscotti coffee and tea are complimentary. The classic steakhouse experience prevails for Easter dinner, where diners can supplement USDA Prime beef and fresh-caught seafood with indulgences like lobster macaroni and cheese or seared scallops with bacon jam.

7. NYY Steak, Coconut Creek


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The famed steakhouse inside Seminole Casino Coconut Creek will be a prime spot for carnivores this Easter. Start off brunch at the mimosa and Bloody Mary bar as you make your way to a chef-attended carving station of NYY Steak’s fine selection of its dry-aged meats, a fresh seafood bar, and stations for fluffy pancakes and omelets, and soups and salads. Live entertainment by Neil Freestone sets the mood and dessert concludes the holiday on a high note with crepes and bananas Foster. The restaurant will also be open for dinner on Easter as well, and will feature dry-aged prime rib and pan-seared halibut specials.

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