Want to take your guests out to brunch on Easter Sunday instead of going through all the hard work of preparing a meal yourself? Well, I have some delicious options for you, and I’ve categorized them by neighborhood.
Le Belle Helene
Although we’ve only been to Le Belle Helene once (so far) as lovers of all things French, it made quite the impression. If you’re feeling like something more along the breakfast route, why not try some delicious waffles with a glass of fresh Orange juice. Or… if you’re in the mood for something with a bit more sustenance, try the Quiche Lorraine with a side salad or split the Poulet rôti.
Also located on South Tyron Uptown Charlotte, is Mimosa Grill. They have so many delicious offerings on their Easter Brunch Menu this year, including the bread basket (which is always a good way to start) to Cedar Plank Roasted Salmon and Fluffy Scrambled Eggs.
The Gallery | Ballantyne Hotel
Whether you’re in the mood for brunch or afternoon tea, the Ballantyne is a gorgeous location to spend your Easter Sunday. The Gallery offers a delicious Brunch menu which includes our go-to Eggs Benedict.
Or… if you’re in the mood for afternoon tea, the Ballantyne is offering an Easter afternoon tea April 18th-21st.
If you’re feeling like a little Spanish flare in the form of delicious tapas, Bulla is the place to go. Whether you go with the prix fixe menu, or order your own selection of delicious tapas for the table, you really can’t go wrong with one of our all time favorite brunch spots.
Luciano’s Italian Ristorante
Lucianos is one of our favorite spots for Saturday lunch, but if you’re looking for delicious brunch fare you should look them up for Sunday brunch served from 11-3. Need a suggestion on what to order? An omelette is always a good idea, and the Frittata or Egg & Avocado Toast are both delicious options too!