If you’re on the hunt for Easter brunch this Sunday, here are our recommendations for the top spots to check out. Some of our favorite spots are featuring different menus and extended hours this Sunday, so make sure to read through what’s recommended & on The House this Easter weekend.
Head over to 1885 for a special Easter celebration. In addition to their brunch and lunch offerings, they will also serve seasonal specials including Grilled Lamb Lollipops (Grilled Lamb Chops, Sweet Potato Hash, Sautéed Broccoli + Tomato Mint Glaze) and Eggs Bernadine (Poached Egg, Toasted English Muffin, Fried Green Tomato, Baked Ham, Grilled Asparagus + Hollandaise Sauce).
Chattanooga’s favorite Cuban restaurant is featuring a special menu this Sunday starting at 11 a.m. Enjoy the Chattanooga sun and live music out On the Shore on the Embargo patio, and make sure to pick up $7 (almost) Bottomless Mimosas & Sangrias. #brunchontheshore Click here for the regular Embargo menu.
Opening an hour early this Sunday, FIVE will be offering brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring their famous avocado toast and made-from-scratch beignets. As always, their extensive build-your-own Bloody Mary bar will be open to your craftsmanship, and their patio will be open so you can enjoy the weather this Easter weekend. Check out their brunch menu here.
Head over to Feed Co. Table & Tavern in the Southside area to enjoy live music and incredible food specials this Sunday starting at 9 a.m. Their brunch menu features elevated takes on comfort breakfast food, complete with a diverse drink selection (including the cereal killer, a White Russian infused with your choice of cereal). Read through the rest of their brunch menu here.
If you’re looking for a classic southern brunch, grab one of the few remaining tables at Food Works this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. OpenTable featured Foodworks as one of their top 100 brunch spots in the nation, and their brunch reservations are filling up fast. To skip the morning crowds, plan on stopping by for dinner. Check out their menus here and book a reservation for dinner ahead of time to celebrate Easter at Foodworks.
Head over to Stir for a phenomenal brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Known for their craft cocktails and artisan ice, Stir features an incredible cocktail menu and will also feature their extensive brunch menu in their industrial-chic downtown space this Easter Sunday. The Stir menu, which is built around fresh local food, can be read here.
For down home cookin’ and bottomless mimosas, head over to the Backstage Bar at the Choo Choo with the Comedy Catch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Make sure to check out the soon to be famous “Station Street Bloody Mary,” a 22oz double vodka with bacon, shrimp, celery, artichoke hearts, olives, green beans, red pepper and jalapeño.
For a casually sophisticated seafood spin on your Sunday brunch, head over to Bluewater Grille from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Grab a spot on their porch and enjoy seafood omelettes, french toast or shrimp Benedict this Sunday. Read through their diverse brunch menu here.
Starting at 9 a.m. this Sunday, hit up the Bitter Alibi for inventive brunch burritos and mimosa carafes. Enjoy $1 off pints from 2 p.m. to midnight. You can read through their menu here.
For daily specials, cocktails and coffee, visit the Daily Ration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Sunday. Relax outside, and pick a staple from their regular menu or look for a special this Easter Sunday. Check out their regular menu here.