Five Local Restaurants with Easter Brunch Specials

Whether you lean toward the breakfast or lunch side of the brunch equation, we can all agree that brunch is better when someone else does the dishes. We’ve rounded up five Palm Beach area restaurants with delicious brunch specials to celebrate the Easter holiday.


City Cellar

City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill

The CityPlace hot spot opens for brunch at 11.a.m on Easter Sunday with menu selections including traditional brunch items such as eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, and French toast as well as standouts like the blue crab Florentine or the Belgian waffle drenched in vanilla butter with roasted strawberries and whipped cream. Pair your brunch with bottomless mimosas or endless Bloody Marys for $12.

Standard entrées, including salads, burgers, and house-made pasta dishes, will also be available.

For reservations or more information click here.


PISTACHE French Bistro

The classic Parisian eatery will offer a special three-course prix fixe menu, showcasing items such as salmon tartare, steak frites, roasted duck and waffle, short rib hash, jumbo lump crab quiche and more. Guests dining alfresco can take in the gorgeous views of the Intracoastal Waterway.

$65 per person | $25 for children.

For reservations or more information visit or call (561) 833‐5090.



Prosecco Cafe
Prosecco Cafe

Prosecco Café

If fluffy pancakes, breakfast croissants, and custom omelets are what your breakfast dreams are made of, try Prosecco Cafe. Easter specials include the Brisket Beni with brisket hash patties, poached eggs, and Dijon hollandaise; My Sweet Bunny, a buttermilk waffle topped with almond granola, blueberries, and vanilla bean gelato. The Easter Bunny will make an appearance from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Easter brunch hours are from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations visit or call 561.622.3222.


Kai Kai Farm

In addition to gourmet brunch by chef Chris Marshall and Hampton Forks, Kai Kai Farm offers a morning of entertaining, kid-friendly activities including a farm tour, egg hunt, and face painting. Menu highlights include grilled pork belly and ricotta pizza, kabocha squash & chicken sausage hash, and heritage duck-egg frittata.

$50 for adults | Kids under 12 are free

For reservations or more information click here.


The Regional
The Regional

The Regional

From 11:30a.m. to 3p.m. guests can savor Southern-inspired eats at The Regional’s first Easter buffet. Chef Lindsay Autry’s offerings include fried chicken thighs, buttermilk waffles, and cornmeal flapjacks with crispy bacon along with an omelet station and delectable desserts.

$65 per person | For reservations or more information visit


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