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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/25/24

Featuring 150 Local and Regional Artists, Live Music, Food Trucks and More

Saturday, March 30, and Sunday, March 31, 2024

Sandy Springs Artsapalooza returns on Saturday, March 30, and Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024. The award-winning, free festival features more than 150 painters, photographers, sculptors, leather and metal craft makers, glass blowers, jewelers and more. Transforming the tree-lined streets of Sandy Springs into an expansive outdoor art gallery, festival-goers will have the opportunity to view artist demonstrations, participate in hands-on art activities, and enjoy music. The event also has an expansive children’s area and plenty of food trucks and beverages for all tastes. At 2 p.m. on Easter Sunday, the festival is once again hosting the largest Easter Egg Hunt in Sandy Springs with over 10,000 hidden Easter eggs. Kids are asked to arrive early with a small bag or basket. The festival is free to attend, open to all ages, and dogs are welcome. For more information about Sandy Springs Artsapalooza (6100 Lake Forest Dr. NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328), visit sandyspringsartsapalooza.com or www.affps.com


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/13/24

The family-friendly event will feature activities for kids of all ages including an 

egg drop, scavenger hunt, bounce house, petting zoo and more

The Avenue West Cobb, an outdoor lifestyle shopping center, is kicking off spring with its annual Spring Festival. The event is set to be held on Friday, March 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the center’s Green Space. 

“Spring is here! We’re looking forward to welcoming Marietta community members to the center as the days get longer and flowers begin to bloom,” said Alondra Moya, marketing manager for The Avenue West Cobb. “Our annual Spring Festival is a staple in the local community and this year we’ve ensured there are plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages.”

Open and free to the public, the Spring Festival will allow families to embrace the festive spirit with an array of activities. During the event, the Easter bunny will visit The Avenue and be available to take selfies with guests. Other activities throughout the event include:

  • A delightful egg drop for children under 5
  • An engaging scavenger hunt designed for older kids
  • Captivating face painters
  • A thrilling bounce house
  • A petting zoo

Following the event, guests are encouraged to explore all The Avenue West Cobb has to offer by shopping Easter deals and dining at the center to celebrate the holiday and kick off the spring season. For more information, visit www.avenuewestcobb.com


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/9/24

Everything you need to know about Easter in Atlanta

Photo: Tim Robinson


Join the Festivities with Family and Friends on March 31 as the City’s Top Chefs Offer Special Easter Feasts

Easter Sunday on March 31 is a day of celebration and family gatherings as well as a time when Atlanta’s culinary scene shines brighter than ever. Once again, Atlanta’s top restaurants invite families and friends to indulge in special Easter feasts that promise a blend of traditional favorites and innovative delights. To ensure a spot at one of these restaurants, reservations are strongly recommended and are just a hop, skip and click away. For those looking to elevate Easter baskets, Bitzel’s Chocolate offers an array of items from limited-time chocolate boxes to decadent chocolate bunnies.

Bitzel’s Chocolate: A Sweet Easter Adventure

  • Newly opened Bitzel’s Chocolate turns Easter into a chocolate wonderland this month. From spring long-stem strawberries at $4 each to a selection of hollow chocolate offerings including a massive 10-pound 28-inch winking bunny (pictured below) with prices ranging from $6-$199, there’s a chef-crafted Easter treat for everyone. Other Easter offerings include chocolate-covered mini pretzels, schnapper rods, chocolate-covered Peeps and the limited-edition spring chocolate box at $34.99. Various Easter baskets are also available, ranging from $49-$79. For visitors to the 7,000 square-foot facility in Suwanee, Bitzel’s offers a true “Willy Wonka”-style experience allowing visitors to watch as various treats—from molded chocolates to fresh, continuously churning gelato—move through the production process.

Chido & Padres: A Twist on Easter Brunch

  • Chido & Padres adds a twist to its brunch menu for Easter with tamale muffins, smoked salmon and avocado sopes and tres leches pancakes. For dinner, guests can look forward to a special of whole snapper “huachinango” diabla. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Gypsy Kitchen: An Easter Brunch and Dinner with Spanish Flair

  • Gypsy Kitchen will serve its brunch menu while adding dinner features such as sweet potato chorizo croquettes, olive oil-poached halibut, beetroot and potato gnocchi and duck breast confit. Make reservations online

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern: A Special Easter Treat

  • All locations of HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern—Atlantic Station, Halcyon, Brookhaven, Perimeter and Vinings—are serving brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday. Chefs also have added an all-day Easter special. The Easter ham platter features spiral-cut ham with apple cider glaze, mashed potatoes and broccoli for $18.95.

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails: An Elegant Easter Feast

  • Join Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails this Easter Sunday, March 31, from 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. (last reservation at 7 p.m.), for a three-course prix fixe extravaganza. Among the course highlights are piquillo pepper crab bisque; smoked salmon deviled eggs; brioche French toast with scrambled farm eggs and a choice of applewood bacon or chicken apple sausage; shrimp and grits; root beer-glazed lamb chops with applewood smoke cheddar cheese rice grits; and spiral cut ham served with smoked cheddar mac and cheese and Brussels sprouts with apple and bacon. Priced at $65 for adults and $32.50 for kids, this elegant dining experience is sure to please every palate. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Ocean & Acre: A Sophisticated Easter Brunch and Dinner

  • Ocean & Acre delivers an upscale coastal vibe while serving its classic menu along with mouthwatering additions for brunch and dinner. Brunch additions include crème brûlée French toast and lobster omelet. Dinner brings delights such as braised rabbit cavatelli and poached halibut with smoked trout roe. Reservations can be made online.

Ray’s Restaurants: A Buffet to Remember and Dinner Downtown

  • Ray’s at Killer Creek and Ray’s on the River open their doors from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. for an unforgettable buffet priced at $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Buffet highlights include slow-roasted prime rib, Faroe Island salmon, holiday Nueske’s ham, signature mini crab cakes, Southern-style baked mac and cheese, almondine haricot verts, glazed Brussels and cauliflower, seasonal cobbler and a chef’s selection of bread pudding. Meanwhile, Ray’s in the City offers its regular dinner menu all day from 11 a.m.-7 p.m., ensuring a familiar yet festive experience.

The Big Ketch: A Seafood Easter Delight

  • Easter diners looking for a beach getaway in the heart of Buckhead will delight in The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill’s Easter brunch. Offerings include crab and lobster deviled eggs, smoked salmon toast, crab cake Benedict, honey-glazed ham, and a sumptuous chocolate cake for dessert. Make reservations online.

The Southern Gentleman: A Refined Three-Course Easter Experience

  • The Southern Gentleman joins the Easter celebration with a three-course prix fixe menu featuring a variety of dishes including deviled eggs, butternut squash soup, shrimp and lobster grits, pan-seared salmon and delectable desserts like red velvet cheesecake. Reservations can be made online.

The Woodall: Easter Brunch Offers a Festive Feast

  • The Woodall invites guests to celebrate Easter with a delightful brunch on Sunday, March 31. The special menu includes delectable options such as the traditional hot cross bun, available individually for $6 or in a basket of four for $20. Other highlights include confit lamb accompanied by smoked labneh, black cherry purée, charred onions and a fresh fava bean salad for $23. For a classic taste, the smoked ham dish, priced at $20, is served with honey bordelaise, charred carrots, smoked carrot purée and white asparagus. Diners can elevate their brunch experience with unique cocktails like A Tisket a Tasket…a Pisco Basket blending pisco, blueberry, vanilla and egg white, garnished with a marshmallow Peep for $12, and the Bloom-mosa featuring St-Germain elderflower, grapefruit juice and bubbles for $14. Reservations can be made online.

Your 3rd Spot: Extended Easter Weekend Hours

  • Your 3rd Spot welcomes locals and visitors for an extended Easter weekend celebration. Guests can spend extra memorable time with friends and family with extended hours on Good Friday (2 p.m. – 1 a.m.) and Easter Sunday (1-11 p.m.). Your 3rd Spot offers endless entertainment with more than 80 games such as indoor curling, retro games, bowling, darts and more along with a chef-driven, globally inspired menu of shareable small plates and creative craft cocktails. Book an experience online.

Sun., March 31, 11am-3pm – Easter Brunch Buffet at Serena Pastificio

On Easter, Serena Pastificio – the coastal, Northern Italian destination in Midtown’s Colony Square – will offer a special Easter Brunch Buffet on Sunday, March 31 from 11am-3pm. The buffet menu ($60 for adults; $25 for children 12 & under) will be available alongside a mimosa special ($40) featuring a bottle of prosecco accompanied by orange, blood orange and grapefruit juices. Reservations can be made here

Highlights from the menu include: 

  • BENEDETTE AL PROSCIUTTO with poached egg, crispy prosciutto, grilled tomato, lemon-basil Hollandaise & English muffin
  • BISCOTTI E SUGO with black pepper biscuits & Italian sausage gravy
  • FONDUTELLI AL TARTUFO with fontina and taleggio filling, braised leek, black truffle cream & parmesan
  • TIRAMISU with Mascarpone, lady finger, brandy, marsala & cocoa powder

Sun., March 31 – Delbar Alpharetta’s Easter Brunch Buffet

Delbar Alpharetta will host a special Easter Sunday buffet for brunch on Sunday, March 31 from 11am-2:30pm. The restaurant will serve items from their brunch menu including the Turkish Breakfast Station with labneh, halvah, feta cheese, radish, jam, honeycomb, dates, fruit, butter, hard boiled egg, soft boiled egg, sarshir, Nutella, fresh herbs, olives, raw vegetable and walnuts. The buffet is $80 per person, and reservations are available here.

Sun., March 31, 11:30am-2:30pm – Easter at Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta and The Americano with Live Music & Festivities

Enjoy a grand Easter celebration at Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta and its signature restaurant, The Americano, with family-friendly, easter-themed festivities including a special easter brunch, cookie decorating, face painting and two egg hunts for kids of all ages. Activities are available to Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta hotel guests and locals who book a brunch table at The Americano. Please see here for brunch photos by Ken Goodman. Please see here for hotel images. 

  • Easter Brunch: Guests are invited to a special Easter brunch celebration at Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta’s signature restaurant, The Americano. Helmed by celebrity chef Scott Conant, the restaurant will serve a special Easter menu, featuring house-made brunch favorites including Steak & Eggs, Wagyu Beef Cheek Hash, Pasta al Pomodoro, tableside handcrafted cocktails and much more. Plenty to enjoy for both kids and adults, the restaurant will have live music and festive kid-friendly activities in the garden to continue the celebration.
  • Easter Activities in the Garden: Guests can participate in other fun easter festivities before or after brunch including two dedicated ‘Easter Egg Hunts’ with the Easter Bunny taking place at noon and 1:30pm. There will also be cookie decorating and face painting with an easter theme. 

Hotel reservations can be made online here. Brunch reservations can be made by visiting OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at (404)-946-9070. *easter activities included with both 

Beginning Thurs., March 20 – Easter Cocktail at Le Bon NoshLe Bon Nosh will begin serving a new cocktail, En Saison, on March 20 in honor of Easter and springtime. Featuring a purple hue and garnished with mint and a lemon twist, the drink is made with Empress Indigo Gin, yellow Chartreuse, L’Epicerie de Provence Violet Syrup, lemon juice & muddles kumquats & mint.

Now Available for Pre-order – Le Bon Nosh’s Easter Carrot CakeLe Bon Nosh is now accepting pre-orders for their 10-inch Carrot Cake for Easter celebrations. The single-layer cake is topped with cream cheese frosting and slivered almonds, and feeds 8-12 people. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance of the desired pickup date on Saturday, March 30 or Sunday, March 31. Orders can be placed here.

Now Available – French Broad Chocolates’ “Every Bunny” Gift Sets & Spring Eggs

French Broad Chocolate is now selling eggstravagant spring gifts! The Deluxe Every Bunny Gift Set includes an assortment of 12 limited-edition eggs and 12 peanut butter bonbons, and the Every Bunny Gift Set includes six eggs and 12 peanut butter bonbons. The Spring Eggs Collection features filled chocolate eggs that pay homage to classic Easter candy. These six or 12-piece collections are made with French Broad Chocolate’s bean-to-bar chocolate and hand-painted with naturally-colored cocoa butter to evoke the traditional confections tucked into baskets this time of year. Each egg is about double the size of a traditional bonbon! Orders can be placed HERE for shipment the week of March 11, 18 or 25.

Signia by Hilton Atlanta

The Easter Bunny will be at Signia by Hilton Atlanta for photos on Sunday, March 31.

Plus Easter specials:

·       Capolinea is a fine-dining, signature restaurant that serves traditional Italian and handmade pastas, prime-cut steaks, and tableside martini service. Capolinea’s Easter special will be a $75 three-course pre-fix menu and $100 with sparkling wine pairings served with each course.

·       Homespun will be an opportunity for guests to experience a Southern breakfast with Atlanta flair, combining local ingredients and a whimsical atmosphere. The special will start at $46 as a base price for the buffet, which includes a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar.

  McDaniel’s QN2 are bringing back their popular smoked and glazed hams. All orders need to be place by Monday, March 25.

Spiral Hams Smoked & Glazed with Honey & Brown Sugar

  • $10.99 per pound
  • Place your order by Monday, March 25 for pickup on Saturday, March 30

Sliced Turkey

  • $27.55 per lb.

Plus, family sized selections of all of their classic sides and desserts as well including Green Beans, Mac & Cheese, Banana Pudding, Apple Cobbler and more for an Easter meal everyone will enjoy. Orders can be placed by calling 404.252.3220.

Easter Sunday is in Full Bloom at Amore e Amore 

Spring is in full bloom, and Amore e Amore welcomes all to their newest pop-up experience: Butterflies & Botanicals. Just in time for this Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024, the dining room has been transformed into an immersive secret garden complete with blooming flowers, winding vines, colorful lanterns and fluttering butterflies. Opening early at 11:45 a.m., the charming Italian restaurant will have a special prix-fixe menu for Easter lunch and dinner featuring farm-to-table arugula with poached salmon, rigatoni lamb osso bucco, apricot brandy glazed scallops with polenta and more. For families on the hunt for Easter plans, look no further! Amore e Amore’s kids’ menu boasts a delightful selection for little ones, including house-made pizza bites, meatballs, and children-sized portions of signature favorites like the cheese ravioli, fettuccine alfredo, spaghetti and meatballs, all priced at $20. As an extra treat, candy-stuffed Easter eggs hidden amidst the enchanting garden await discovery by all. Amore e Amore’s Easter prix fixe menus are $65 per person for lunch and $85 for dinner, excluding alcohol, tax and gratuity. The full à la carte dinner menu will also be available featuring seasonal and signature favorites. Easter reservations require a $25 deposit. The last seating for the evening will be at 7:45 p.m. For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.amoreeamore.com or call 404-600-2176. Amore e Amore is conveniently located at 467 N Highland Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30307. Stay connected on Facebook and Instagram at @eatamoreatl.

Hoppy Hour: Eats, Treats and an Egg Hunt at Vesper

Spend quality time with friends and family on Easter weekend at Vesper. Opening its doors early at 3 p.m. on Easter Sunday, March 31st, guests are invited to indulge in a day of spring holiday cheer. Don’t miss Hoppy Hour between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. for a complimentary beverage to kick off the Easter fun. Eggs will be hidden throughout the bar for an adult Easter egg hunt, where guests can exchange their finds for boozy treats from the Easter Bunny himself. Decked out in Easter-themed decor, the bar is handing out free bunny ears to those who arrive early. Of course, no Easter celebration would be complete without themed cocktails. Vesper’s talented team has whipped up a selection of special offerings, including the “Peeptini”— a marshmallow candy twist on a classic cocktail that’s as delightful as it is delicious. Whether gathering with friends or seeking a unique way to celebrate Easter, Vesper invites everyone to join us for an unforgettable day filled with laughter, libations, and Easter cheer. Vesper is located on the Atlanta BeltLine at 924 Garrett St. Suite D, Atlanta, GA 30316. For more information, visit www.vesperatl.com or call 404.963.6902. Stay connected on Facebook and Instagram at @vesperatl. 

An Eggciting Easter Bunny Brunch at TWO urban licks

Hop over “TWO” the BeltLine for brunch or dinner on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024. From 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., TWO urban licks will have egg-stra special Easter offerings created by Executive Chef Chad Clevenger for guests to nosh on in addition to brunch classics including Salmon Chips, Biscuits and Gravy, or, for those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth, the Fat Elvis French Toast, banana stuffed, tempura fried, and topped with bacon maple syrup. In addition to brunch, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., diners can kick off the evening with TWO’s Nashville Hot Fried Oysters, Broiled Crab Cakes or Brisket Empanadas. Whether in for brunch or dinner, the Easter Bunny will make a special appearance to take photos and hand out candy to all. Reservations are recommended. For more information or to make reservations call 404.522.4622 or visit twourbanlicks.com. Stay connected on Instagram at @TwoUrbanLicks and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TwoUrbanLicks

Spend Easter Brunch and Dinner at Bully Boy

Celebrate Easter on Sunday, March 31st at Bully Boy during a special brunch from featuring its signature Japanese-inspired cuisine. Located just off the BeltLine next to its sister restaurant, TWO urban licks, this local gem boasts dishes ideal for sharing in a garden-like atmosphere. During both lunch and dinner, guests are invited to explore artfully presented starters, entrees, sushi, vegan options, and more. To complement the experience, guests are invited to snap pictures with Easter Bunny. Bully Boy’s full list of wine, sake, beer, and seasonal and signature cocktails will be available. A Concentrics Restaurants concept, Bully Boy is located at 828 W10 Ralph McGill Blvd, Atlanta, Georgia 30306. For more information or to make a reservation for Easter brunch between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. or dinner beginning at 5 p.m., visit www.bullyboyATL.com or call 678-904-5607. Stay connected on Twitter and Instagram at @bullyboyatl, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BullyboyATL.

Start Easter Sunny Side Up with Brunch at Dantanna’s

Dantanna’s is cooking up an Easter brunch on Sunday, March 31st that every-bunny will enjoy. A favorite Buckhead destination to grab a great meal, cocktail and to catch a game, diners can explore their bottomless brunch menu or order items a la carte including shrimp and grits; traditional or red velvet waffles; breakfast tacos; biscuits and gravy; and their signature chorizo skillet featuring two sunny side up eggs, smoked gouda, and pico de gallo. Guests can also relax in the bar, dining and patio and catch the excitement of the NCAA Tournament and Braves season opener series in the bar, dining room or outside on the dog-friendly patio. In addition to brunch, diners can explore the full dinner menu of steaks, salads, pasta, sandwiches and more. As an added treat, every meal purchase includes a complimentary dessert. Dantanna’s full menu and extensive wine, cocktail, and beer offerings will also be available. Dantanna’s is located at the Shops Around Lenox, 3400 Around Lenox Dr. Suite 304, Atlanta, GA 30326. For more information or to make a reservation visit www.dantannas.com or call 404-760-8873. Stay connected on Facebook at Facebook.com/dantannas and on Twitter and Instagram @dantannas.

Have a Hoppy Easter at Boone’s Brunch and Dinner 

Make Easter brunch and dinner a hoppy one on Sunday, March 31, 2024, at Boone’s in Buckhead. Overlooking scenic Bobby Jones Golf Course and Tanyard Creek, this local dining and drinking destination boasting new American and a relaxed clubhouse vibe invites guests to indulge in a timeless Easter brunch and lunch menu featuring favorites including Gulf shrimp and grits; fried chicken and hot cakes; Boone’s Monte Cristo, the Maple Leaf Farms duck burger, pimento cheese fritters and more. For dinner, sip on new spring cocktails, local craft beers and curated selections from their award-winning wine menu while exploring their chef-driven menu defined by local availability and health-focused, sustainable ingredients. Reservations on Easter Sunday at Boone’s are encouraged. Boone’s is open to the public and located at Bobby Jones Golf Course at 2205 Northside Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30305. For more information, please call 770.835.4267 or visit boonesatl.com. Stay connected on Instagram and Facebook @boonesatl

Easter Bunny Brunch at ENZO Steakhouse & Bar

On Easter Sunday, March 31st, ENZO Steakhouse & Bar is rolling out its new brunch menu created by Executive and Owner Chef Andrea Montobbio. From 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., guests are invited to snap pictures with the Easter Bunny while dining al fresco on the expansive patio or in the art-filled dining room while enjoying traditional favorites and new offerings including a decadent lobster benedict covered in a rich hollandaise sauce; an over-the-top croque madame; and mouthwatering pasta carbonara. Beginning at 5 p.m., the dinner menu takes center stage featuring bold flavors, handmade pasta and sauces, choice cuts of steaks, chops and fresh seafood, and plant-based dishes. Complimenting every dining experience is ENZO’s curated wine menu, signature and seasonal cocktails, zero-proof options, and craft beer selection. ENZO Steakhouse & Bar is located in the Town at Trilith at 300 Trilith Pkwy, Suite 230, Fayetteville, GA 30214. For more information or to make a reservation, visit enzo-itl.com or call (770) 756-9188. Stay connected on Facebook and Instagram at @enzoitl.   

Hop to Sugar Shane’s for Egg-cellent Easter Treats 

Elevate any Easter basket with Sugar Shane’s sweet treats. Known for its decadent cookies, brownies and cakes, the award-winning gourmet dessert brand has whipped up specialty spring-inspired offerings just for the hoppy holiday. Love citrus? Indulge in the Pascha, a zesty cookie with lemon Oreos and cream cheese glaze. Looking for something more traditional? Don’t miss Sugar Shane’s twist on a classic with the Carrot Cottontail, a carrot cake cookie with oatmeal, cinnamon and cream cheese frosting. Because the holiday isn’t complete without Easter eggs, they’re also serving a special Frosted Chip version of their iconic chocolate chip cookie topped with vanilla buttercream and chocolate eggs. Available for pickup and delivery at its four Atlanta locations, don’t miss the chance to grab Sugar Shane’s limited-time Easter specials that every bunny is sure to love. Visit Sugar Shane’s in Atlanta in Midtown (398 14th Street Atlanta, GA 30318), Ponce City Market (675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE N 145 Atlanta, GA 30308), Sandy Springs (1110 Hammond Drive Suite 30 Atlanta, GA 30328), and Kennesaw (1635 Old 41 Hwy Ste 107 Kennesaw, GA 30152). For more information or to order online, visit sugarshanes.com. Stay connected on Instagram at @sugar_shanes and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sugarshanesatl.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 4/4/22

The Easter 2022 Round-up!

Available Now! – Georgetown Cupcake’s Easter Dozens

Georgetown Cupcake is offering the sweetest selection of Easter treats this year with their Easter dozens, including the Bunny Dozen, Hoppy Easter Dozen and Easter Celebration Dozen for $38/Dozen and the Limited Edition Easter Egg Dozen for $43/Dozen. Each includes a variety of festive flavors such as Vanilla Confetti & Sunshine Buttercream, Cherry Cheesecake and Peanut Butter Fudge. Orders can be placed here.


Order Through Friday, April 15 – Juniper Cafe’s Easter Brunch, Plus Pie, Cupcake & Cake Sale

Juniper Cafe, the recently opened modern Vietnamese cafe and bakery from the team behind Lazy Betty, will be hosting Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 17 from 11:30am-2:30pm. The family-style menu will featured assorted pastries, apps like French Toast with toasted coconut syrup & whipped cream, entrees including Viet Hot Friend Chicken with homemade chili crisp & honey and Grilled Lemongrass Center Cut Pork Chop with corn & tomato succotash, and a Carrot Cake or Red Velvet Cupcake. They’ll also have Easter egg painting for kids. Tickets are available here for $40 per adult and $25 per child. 


Plus, they’re selling to-go cakes, cupcakes and pies for Easter. Pre-orders are now being accepted on Juniper Cafe’s website here. The deadline to order is Friday, April 15, and pickup at Juniper Cafe can be selected for Saturday, April 16 or Sunday, April 17 during regular business hours. Options include:


  • 6” Heirloom Carrot Cake with mascarpone cream cheese filling & walnuts (also available as half-dozen cupcakes)
  • 6” Red Velvet Cake with a touch of citrus syrup & layered with mascarpone cream cheese filling
  • Apple Pie with Granny Smith apples & a butter crumble crust
  • Coconut Cream Pie with coconut-infused pastry cream, pandan whipped cream & shaved coconut
  • Lemon Meringue Pie with lemon curd, meringue  flaky butter crust. 


Hot Cross Buns from THE CHASTAIN | Photo credit Heidi Harris


Coming Soon! Easter Hot Cross Buns at THE CHASTAIN 

To celebrate Easter this year, THE CHASTAIN will be offering housemade traditional hot cross buns for a limited-time only! Lightly spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla and studded with citrus candied peel, currants, raisins and sultanas, the specialty buns will soon be available for online pre-order (by the dozen) from THE CHASTAIN’s AM CAFÉ. The deadline to order is April 15 at 2pm and pick-up will be available Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17 from 7am to 2pm. 


A limited supply of individual buns will also be available at the AM CAFÉ on Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17 only (while supplies last).


Sun., April 17, 11:30am-3pm – Easter Brunch at Lazy Betty

Usually open for dinner only, the Candler Park restaurant will be serving Easter Brunch from 11:30am-3pm this year. Guests can enjoy a five-course tasting menu featuring dishes like Egg Custard with caviar, French Omelette with wild mushrooms & truffle, Turbot with hushpuppy panade, braised collards & pot liqueur nage. The menu is $125/person, plus $80 for wine pairings. Reservations are available here.


Sun., April 17, 11am-2:30pm – Easter Brunch at South Main Kitchen

This Easter Sunday, South Main Kitchen will be open for brunch from 11am to 2pm, offering a seasonal, Southern-inspired menu featuring honey butter fried chicken biscuits, deviled eggs, jam and ricotta toast, country pork steak, and ham and broccolini omelettes. Reservations are available here


Sun., April 17 – Easter Brunch at Hampton + Hudson

The Inman Park community bar and restaurant is offering two options for the holiday:


  • Easter Brunch To-Go – Customers can “build your own” meal to go, featuring the below. The meal is $55 for two people or $100 for four. Pre-orders will be accepted Monday, March 28 through Thursday, April 14 on H+H’s website here.
  • Deviled Eggs
  • Bone-in Ham Chops with Grand Marnier glaze OR House Smoked Salmon with lemon-dill aioli
  • A choice of two sides (Mac & Cheese, mashed Potatoes, Crisy Brussel Sprouts, Green Bean Almondine)
  • Cornbread with maple butter or Biscuits
  • Strawberry Bread Pudding with nocino butter sauce
  • Easter Brunch & Dinner for Dine-In – Hampton + Hudson will be open for brunch from 10am-2:30pm on Easter Sunday and offer drinks crafted for the holiday, like Sunday Sermon Spritz – Ketel One Botanicals, cucumber, mint, lavender, hibiscus, Blanc de Blancs.


Easter Highlight! – Beautiful Briny Sea’s Magic Unicorn Sprinkles

Beautiful Briny Sea’s signature blend of sprinkles is the perfect addition to Easter sweets.

The 24oz container is unequaled in size and is the ultimate compliment to cookies, cakes, cocktails, milkshakes, pancake Batter, cakepops, ice cream and so much more. Available here.

Easter Brunch at Barcelona Wine Bar

Barcelona Wine Bar is an unexpected brunch destination for a family – or any group – who likes fun, full of-energy tapas and family-style sharing style of dining plus brunch-approved cocktails, sangrias, and bubbles. Brunch combines the best aspects of a Spanish-style tapas bar – small plates, bursts of flavor, and weekend-worthy drinks – for a lively experience ideal for a family, couples, or groups of any size. Think dishes like the layered traditional potato tortilla, the sign of hospitality in Spanish homes, with spreads of salty, cured meats and cheeses, fishes and salads, Huevos dishes, sweet tastes like torrijas  and of course the paellas, the stars of the show, served family-style for all to share and typically customizable to meet the needs of any diners. It’s not brunch if it’s not boozy, so wash it all down with a selection from the award-winning menu of wines from Spain and South America, or a craft cocktail like the springlike Dos Penínsulas or the Guns & Rosés rosé based cocktail. If the weather’s cooperating don’t miss the cheery outdoor patio to complete the experience. Please contact them to make a reservations.

5Church Midtown welcomes diners with an Easter buffet from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. The meal is priced at $55 for adults and $20 for children. Make reservations online.

Chido & Padre’s will be open for brunch from 12-3 p.m. and will reopen for dinner from 4-9 p.m. Celebrate Easter surrounded by vivid colors and handcrafted Mexican art and savor the eatery’s classic menu and chef features. View the menu here and make reservations online.

Enjoy an Italian Easter at home curated by Enzo Steakhouse and Bar. The meal includes deviled eggs and a choice of green beans and asparagus salad or caponata bruschetta; primi options of Roman semolina gnocchi or lemon risotto with scallops; and entrée choices of rosemary leg of lamb, oven-roasted bass or maple-glazed turkey. The sweet ending features an Easter pastiera Napoletana along with limoncello and Italian cookies. This at-home experience is $125 for two guests, $200 for four guests, and $300 for six guests. View the full menu and place orders online by Thursday, April 14 for delivery Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17.

For an elevated experience, Easter diners should head to Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead Village, which opens at noon on April 17. A shrimp fritter small plate, fresh grilled lamb chop entrée with fried rice mujadara, and a new take on the tres leches dessert will all be featured alongside the eatery’s regular Spanish-inspired menu. Browse the menu and make reservations online.

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern—the neighborly gathering spot with locations in Brookhaven, Perimeter, Atlantic Station, and Halcyon—is serving its regular menu along with Easter specials for brunch and dinner. Specials include roasted ham with pineapple, green bean casserole, and roasted carrots. Select a location and make reservations online.

Hop over to Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails for a prix-fixe, three-course brunch prepared by chef Derek Dollar from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. The comfortable and quaint restaurant, located in historic Crabapple, is preparing delicious Easter favorites such as spiral-cut ham with smoked cheddar mac ‘n cheese, a farmhouse scramble with farm eggs, and applewood bacon, and a warm carrot cake with orange cream cheese frosting. Pricing is $49 for adults and $24.50 for children. The prix-fixe menu is the only menu available on Easter Sunday. Make reservations online.


Those wanting to celebrate Easter with a weekend getaway can head to the Monte Vista Hotel and dine at Milton’s Black Mountain. The regionally inspired Southern restaurant is hosting an Easter brunch buffet boasting house-made banana walnut bread, crostini with avocado crema and smoked salmon, a prime rib carving station, roasted steelhead trout, collard greens, baked four-cheese and herb elbow macaroni, and brown sugar pie with whipped crème fraîche. Brunch runs 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and pricing is $55 for adults and $20 for children. To enjoy the spring weather, Milton’s has planned fun lawn games, and the Easter Bunny will be ready for pictures outside the gazebo from 12-2 p.m. View event details and make reservations online.

Experience Ocean & Acre on Easter Sunday for special chef’s features along with the eatery’s regular menu. Features include deviled eggs with smoked trout and fresh blue crab ($10), Anson Mills stone-ground grits cooked with Benton’s bacon lardon and a 62° egg ($12), and smoked lamb shank with warm lemon orzo pilaf complemented with goat cheese brûléed heirloom tomatoes ($34). Find more menu details and make reservations online.

Kick off Easter Sunday at The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill. Buckhead’s favorite beach house is serving its regular menu along with delicious chef’s features. Guests start with an appetizer feature of deviled eggs and a lobster and chive salad ($12) before moving on to regular menu favorites or a special of brown sugar-glazed Easter ham and a warm salad of roasted carrot and spring asparagus with Parmesan and toasted almonds ($22). For something sweet, the chocolate-filled milk chocolate egg will make even the Easter Bunny jealous.

The Southern Gentleman is open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Easter Sunday serving three-course prix-fixe menus (one menu early in the day and a second in the afternoon/evening) priced at $49 for adults and $24 for children. Choose from first-course options such as whipped ricotta toast with honey and black pepper, buttermilk yogurt, baby gem lettuces with pimento ranch, and more. Second-course options include griddled Nueske’s ham with a white cheddar frittata, fried chicken with pancakes and bacon, banana French toast, pecan-crusted redfish, and crowd-favorite fried chicken. Cap off the meal with a choice of buttermilk lemon tart, double chocolate blondie with whipped mascarpone or a salted caramel budino with chocolate mousse. Make reservations online.

The Woodall opens for brunch at 10:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday offering its signature brunch menu featuring favorites like jumbo lump crab cake Benedict with seared crab cake, sautéed spinach, sunny egg, English muffin, heirloom tomato brûlée, and creamed corn béarnaise; and Serious steak and eggs with prime New York strip, fried egg, toasty baguette, steak frites, cognac, peppercorn gravy, and béarnaise. Reservations are available via OpenTable.



Posted by Liz and John, 3/24/21

Check-out all the Easter Day Offerings for 2021

Make Easter Eggstra Special at TWO urban licks:
TWO urban licks is celebrating Easter on Sunday, April 4th, with a family-friendly brunch and dinner. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., brunch-goers can enjoy the holiday with specials created by acclaimed Executive Chef Matt Weinstein.  Fried Chicken Biscuit, French Toast, TWO breakfast, Chicken Salad Melt, and many more enticing entrées are on the menu. Imbibers can wake up to a Morning Irishman, sip on a refreshing Elder Rosa, or swirl a glass Mt. Beautiful Pinot Gris. For those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth, TWO’s dessert menu is guaranteed to impress with a Peanut Butter Pie, Chocolate Creme Brûlée, or Tres Leches Cupcake. From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., diners can start the evening with the confit turkey wings, smoked fried ribs, or dive right into the scallops, rotisserie chicken, or blackened salmon.  TWO is located at 820 Ralph McGill Boulevard in Atlanta, GA and serves dinner seven nights a week and brunch on Saturday and Sunday.  Reservations are recommended. For more information or to make reservations call 404.522.4622 or visit twourbanlicks.com.
Easter Sunday Brunch at Dantanna’s:
An annual tradition, brunch lovers are invited to indulge in Dantanna’s eggstra special Easter Brunch offerings. On Sunday, April 4th, guests can celebrate the holiday where eggs will be the star of the show and choose from an array of dishes created by Executive Chef Brad Parker. Indulgences include a build-your-own omelet station; a surf and turf Benedict featuring a mouthwatering filet topped with poached eggs and lobster hollandaise; huevos rancheros with house-made chorizo, black beans and smoked gouda topped with sunny side up poached eggs and pico de gallo; Heaven on Turf, prime New York strip with a demi-glace and two cloud eggs; and much more.  Available for dine-in only.  Guests can also choose from Dantanna’s extensive wine, cocktail, and beer list. Dantanna’s is located at the Shops Around Lenox, 3400 Around Lenox Dr. Suite 304, Atlanta, GA 30326. For more information or to make a reservation visit ww.dantannas.com or call 404-760-8873.
Hop Over to STK Atlanta This Easter: 
Known for  its  high-energy atmosphere and exceptional, signature and  seasonal offerings, STK Atlanta is celebrating Easter with a weekend filled with special, chef-driven offerings that are sure to impress.  Beginning Friday, April 2nd through Sunday, April 4th, not to miss, classic brunch favorites like the STK & Eggs, Cinnamon French Toast, and Hot Chicken & Waffles will be available along with a Ham, Egg & Truffle Fries entrée. Whether it’s brunch or dinner, guests can indulge in an array of holiday, dine-in options created by Executive Chef Andra Montobbio including King Crab Deviled Eggs, Roasted Rack of Lamb, and a Rocky Road Chocolate Fudge Brownie made with toasted hazelnut, marshmallow and Easter eggs. Just for dinner, Honey Citrus Glazed Ham featuring grilled giant shrimp, almond green beans, Brussels sprout coleslaw and parmesan mashed potatoes will steal the show. For those looking to enjoy an Easter meal at home, along with the full menu, STK will have Honey Citrus Glazed Ham for two with almond green beans, Brussels sprout coleslaw, parmesan crusted mashed potatoes and a Rocky Road Chocolate Fudge Brownie for $85 and a single serving for $45 that is available for takeout and delivery. The Midtown hotspot is open on Friday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. and will be open for Easter brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner from 3 p.m. until close.  For more information, to make a reservation or to place an order, visit  www.stkhouse.comSTKsteakhouse.com/Delivery, or call 404-793-0144.
Celebrate Easter at Kona Grill:
Kona Grill is celebrating Easter with brunch and dinner festivities on Sunday, April 4, 2021. Easter Brunch will be featuring mix n’ match mimosa specials, Spicy Lobster Avocado Toast, Macadamia Nut French Toast and more.  Brunch enthusiasts can also enjoy the dine-in Honey Ham Brunch including grilled honey glazed ham with breakfast potatoes and three eggs.  The Easter Ham Dinner will be available all day and includes grilled honey glazed ham with whipped mashed potatoes and roasted root vegetables with truffle oil.  Seafood lovers are invited to explore the Lemongrass Clam Chowder with bacon, onion, lemongrass, ginger, clams, coconut milk and lime, and Lobster Potstickers with asparagus and lobster butter. To top off the Easter feast, satisfy sweet tooth cravings with Kona’s heavenly Carrot Cake. Ham Dinner for Two is available for $70 for takeout. For reservations, visit KonaGrill.com/Easter or to place an order, visit KonaGrill.com/Delivery. Kona Grill is located at 5100 Avalon Blvd, Alpharetta, GA 30009.  For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.konagrill.com/alpharetta or call 470-226-1540

Saint Germain Bakery’s Easter Chocolates & Baked Goods – This Easter, the Ponce City Market bakery is selling festive sweet treats, including Milk Chocolate Bunny Rabbits ($4, $10), Eggs with vanilla mousse, mango crémeux, almond dacquoise ($6.25) and a Bumble Bee Pastry with honey mousse, lemon curd and almond paste wings ($6.25). Curbside pickup and delivery available, and advance orders can be placed by calling 404-790-9051 or emailing info@stgermainbakery.com.

Lazy Betty’s Easter Brunch, 10am-4pm – This Easter, Lazy Betty will offer a five-course brunch tasting menu for the first time ever featuring new dishes made with elevated ingredients. The menu will be $125 per person, and beverage pairings will be available for $80 each. Brunch reservations are now available via Resy.

Hampton + Hudson’s Easter Meals, Available To-Go & for Dine-In – This Easter, the Inman Park community bar and restaurant is offering two options for the holiday:

  • Easter Brunch To-Go – Customers can “build your own” meal to go, featuring Deviled Eggs, Coca-Cola Glazed Ham, a choice of two sides (Potatoes Au Gratin, Mac n’ Cheese, Shrimp & Grits, Breakfast Casserole, Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Sauteed Green Beans or Grilled Asparagus), Cornbread with honey butter or Buttermilk Biscuits, and Carrot Cake. The meal is $45 for two people or $90 for four, and guests can opt to add bubbly, OJ, grapefruit juice or Easter Punch. Pre-orders are due before April 1 on H+H’s website here.

  • Easter Brunch & Dinner for Dine-In – Hampton + Hudson will be open for brunch from 10am-2:30pm on Easter Sunday and offering a $20 mimosa special (one bottle of prosecco with a carafe of OJ) and beer special (Monday Night Brewing’s Dust Bunny IPA for $5) to pair. For dinner, the menu will include an Easter special, with Deviled Eggs, Coca-Cola Glazed Ham, Mac ‘n Cheese, Brussels Sprouts and Cornbread, plus Carrot Cake for dessert. Reservations are not required, but suggested, by emailing events@hamptonandhudson.

An Italian Easter from Baffi ProvisionsBaffi Provisions, a market that affords guests and locals the opportunity to bring home the flavors, ingredients and select prepared foods from Chef Jonathan Waxman’s new West Midtown restaurant, is the perfect place to gather ingredients for an Italian Easter meal. Open Tuesday through Saturday beginning at 2pm, the market offers housemade fresh pasta (fettuccine, chive & ricotta manicotti), sauces and dressings like pork ragu, marinara, salsa verde and mint & pine nut pesto; eggplant caponata; smoked trout dip; kale salad kits; and braised pork & veal meatballs; and whipped ricotta, among other items. Customers can pre-order items here for in-restaurant or curbside pickup, or shop in person with a mask. Please note, planning ahead is encouraged as the restaurant is closed on Sunday, April 4 (Easter).

Now AvailableGeorgetown Cupcake Easter Dozens

Georgetown Cupcake’s assorted Easter dozens are back! Customers can choose from the Limited Edition Easter Egg Dozen featuring 12 different flavors packed in a limited edition pink Easter egg gift box; the Easter Celebration Dozen, which includes six Easter nest cupcakes and six tulip cupcakes; and the Hoppy Easter Dozen, including six vanilla confetti bunny face cupcakes and six Easter egg hunt chocolate cupcakes. Check out options and place orders here.

Varuni Napoli Cannoli Easter Cannoli Kits

Each cannoli kit includes the shells, cream, and toppings (chocolate chips, sprinkles, pistachios and Nutella) needed to make a delicious, authentic Italian treat. The 6-pack cannoli kit is $30 and the 12-pack cannoli kit is $50. People can call 404-709-2690 to order and pick up at Varuni’s Midtown location. 24-hour notice is required.

Park Tavern’s Easter Day 2019

Date: Sunday, April 21st

Time: 10 am

About:  A sold out traditional every year, on Sunday April 21, 2019, Park Tavern will host its next rendition of Easter brunch on its expansive patio overlooking picturesque Piedmont Park and the Midtown skyline. Ideal for both adults and children, guests are invited to enjoy an exuberant brunch boasting interactive stations including a Biscuit Bar serving flaky buttermilk biscuits with fried chicken, chef-attended omelet and carving stations, and a French toast and Belgian waffle station with the works.  Brunch goers will also be treated to a mouthwatering buffet featuring Eggs Benedict with candied bacon, blackened salmon over warm quinoa salad, Applewood smoked bacon, sausage, garlic green beans, asparagus salad with toasted walnuts and goat cheese, pastries, a dessert bar, and more. An annual favorite, a special appearance by the Easter Bunny will also take place at 12 p.m., which will kick off Park Tavern’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. Guests are invited to bring their cameras and take pictures with the Easter Bunny for free. New to this year, imbibers can enjoy endless champagne and mimosa offerings from 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. during Park Tavern’s VIP Champagne & Mimosa Easter Brunch experience. General Admission is $34.95 for adults, $14.95 for kids ages 7 to 12, and kids 6, and under are free. VIP Admission is $44.95.

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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 4/7/19

Eastern Sunday, April, 21st 

Easter Brunch, Annual Easter Egg Hunt, and Easter Bunny Pictures at Park Tavern at Piedmont Park

A sold out traditional every year, on Sunday April 21, 2019, Park Tavern will host its next rendition of Easter brunch on its expansive patio overlooking picturesque Piedmont Park and the Midtown skyline. Ideal for both adults and children, guests are invited to enjoy an exuberant brunch boasting interactive stations including a Biscuit Bar serving flaky buttermilk biscuits with fried chicken, chef-attended omelet and carving stations, and a French toast and Belgian waffle station with the works.  Brunch goers will also be treated to a mouthwatering buffet featuring Eggs Benedict with candied bacon, blackened salmon over warm quinoa salad, Applewood smoked bacon, sausage, garlic green beans, asparagus salad with toasted walnuts and goat cheese, pastries, a dessert bar, and more.

An annual favorite, a special appearance by the Easter Bunny will also take place at 12 p.m., which will kick off Park Tavern’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. Guests are invited to bring their cameras and take pictures with the Easter Bunny for free. New to this year, imbibers can enjoy endless champagne and mimosa offerings from 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. during Park Tavern’s VIP Champagne & Mimosa Easter Brunch experience. General Admission is $34.95 for adults, $14.95 for kids ages 7 to 12, and kids 6, and under are free. VIP Admission is $44.95. To make reservations and purchase tickets, visit www.parktavern.com or call 404-249-0001.