5 Eggcellent Local Easter Brunches
By: Scott Davis
April 5, 2017
Easter is nearly upon us and whether you’re looking forward to seeing the Easter Bunny or dominating your family Easter Egg hunt, there are truly few things better than a good Easter brunch. From the eggs, to the glazed ham, to the pastries and everything in between, a delicious meal is one of the best ways to celebrate the holiday. If you’re not up to the task of cooking this year, these five restaurants are offering special Easter brunches for you and your family to enjoy.
Roger’s Roost in Sterling Heights is hosting their yearly Easter Brunch starting at 11 a.m. The brunch will feature a cold buffet with house-smoked salmon, pasta salad, and assorted cheese along with hot food options such as chicken piccata, lemon butter cod, scrambled eggs, and french toast with syrup.
King’s Court Castle in Lake Orion is a well-known wedding venue choice, but their annual Easter brunch is also a popular attraction. The brunch menu includes scrambled eggs, garlic mashed potatoes and gravy, carved honey glazed ham, and plenty of fresh baked desserts. There will also be an Easter egg hunt and an appearance from the Easter Bunny.
This fine Italian restaurant located in the heart of Royal Oak will be serving two special Easter brunches at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. The buffet style brunch is $29 for adults, $13 for children, and free for kids under the age of five.
Joe Muer in the Renaissance Center is your place for some of the best seafood around, and they also offer a pretty fantastic Easter Brunch. This year’s meal will feature made-to-order omelettes, Belgian waffles, sushi, their famous coconut creme cake and more. Be sure to visit the website to make reservations.
Weber’s Restaurant in Ann Arbor always throws a fine Sunday brunch, but their holiday brunches are not to be missed. They buffet style brunches include a beverage and juice a la carte. Reservations are strongly recommended.