12 St. Louis Spots to do Easter Brunch This Year

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Spring is in the air and Easter weekend is coming up on March 27. Because brunch and Easter go hand in hand, here are some of the best spots to enjoy one of your favorite meals of the year around St. Louis.

Photo courtesy of Piccione Pastry

Photo courtesy of Piccione Pastry

Brunch is always a treat at Balaban’s. In addition to your Sunday morning favorites, expect some very special Easter additions to the buffet—like crab claws, smoked shrimp and prime rib of beef. Guests are treated to a spread of Balaban’s best rotating options–hand-carved prime rib, seared salmon, beef brisket, peel and eat shrimp, pasta salads, assorted quiches and an omelet station are just a few of the highlights. Brunch is served from 9am-2pm and is $35 per adult and $15 for children under 12. 1772 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, 636.449.6700

Starlight Roof at Chase Park Plaza
Head to the Starlight Roof for a great spread of brunch favorites. Indulge in the Grand Seafood Display of oysters, smoke or poached salmon, ahi tuna poke and more. Breakfast items range from cinnamon roll bread pudding to maple-glazed pork loin and much more. Don’t forget to save room for dessert with pastry chef David Laufer’s Whoopie Pie Action Station and other handcrafted pastries. Photos can also be taken with the Easter bunny. Brunch will be served from 10am-1:30pm and is $65 per person. 232 N. Kingshighway Blvd., Central West End, 314.633.3056

Bixby’s, The Coronado Ballroom and Café Madeleine by Butler’s Pantry
The three dining destinations by local caterer Butler’s Pantry will feature an expansive buffet that will include seasonal breakfast and lunch fare. There will be lavish stations complete with carving stations, breakfast, entrees and seafood selections. Bixby’s, 5700 Lindell Blvd., Missouri History Museum, 314.361.7313; Café Madeleine, Piper Palm House at Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia Ave., 314.575.5658; 3701 Lindell Blvd., Midtown, 314.881.4346

Piccione Pastry
For a casual, communal-style experience this Easter, head to The Loop’s Italian pastry shop. Both sweet and savory dishes will be available such as Piccione benedicts, ricotta pancakes and the signature pastries and cookies. Lavazza coffee will be on hand and drinks are included in the brunch price. Seatings are available from 9am-1:15pm and reservations are required. 6197 Delmar Blvd.,  Delmar Loop, 314.932.1355

Celebrate Easter with a massive brunch spread at Cielo in the Four Seasons Hotel. With more than 100 items, you will easily find your favorites and more, with bloody marys and a bottomless mimosa bar. Also, children can have fun with Easter activities and an egg hunt. Brunch is served from 10am-3pm and is $79 per adult, $20 for children 5-12. 999 North 2nd St., Downtown, 314.881.5759  

The Ritz-Carlton
Head to The Ritz-Carlton St. Louis’ annual Easter brunch for a variety of dishes ranging from a carving station to a sushi bar and too many desserts to count. Brunch is served from 10am-4pm and is $85 per adult, $44.50 for children. 100 Carondelet Plaza, Clayton, 314.863.6300

Ruth’s Chris
Not only can you enjoy morning at this signature steak house, but you have the option of enjoying a dinner buffet rather than the traditional brunch to keep the Easter celebration going all day. Special dining hours will be from 11am-7pm.  1 N. Brentwood Blvd, Clayton, 314.783.9900 

Scape American Bistro
It’s already known for its outstanding brunch selections, so why not make it your Easter go-to?  A seafood bar, carving station, omelets and other traditional items will on hand. Be sure to check out the DIY bloody mary bar. Brunch is served from 9:30am-3pm. $50 per adult and $25 for children ages 5-12. 48 Maryland Plaza, Central West End, 314.361.7227

Boathouse Forest Park
With spring in the air, sit back and relax with brunch and mimosas while overlooking Forest Park. Take a paddleboat afterward to keep the Easter festivities going. Brunch will be served from 10am-1:30pm. 6101 Government Drive, Forest Park, 314.367.2224 

Cardinals Nation
Baseball fans will really enjoy Easter at Ballpark Village. Enjoy made to order omelets,carved Prime Rib, mussels, crab claws and house-made desserts with a Bloody Mary bar. Brunch is served from 10am-2pm, is $40 for adults and $15 for children 3-11 and includes free admission to the Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum. 601 Clark St., Downtown, 314.356.9880

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