Looking for a bite to eat this Easter? You’ll enjoy these Sunday brunches whether you partake in the holiday or not.
The Lucky Accomplice Easter Brunch
For one day only, The Lucky Accomplice in Fox Park is offering an all-day brunch in honor of Easter. You’re sure to see an iteration of its ever-popular brioche French toast along with other creative concoctions on the special brunch menu. Be sure to grab one of the restaurant’s hand-crafted cocktails while you’re there. Reservations require a $10 deposit per person.
The Lucky Accomplice, From 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., exploretock.com/theluckyaccomplice/
Boathouse at Forest Park Easter Brunch
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Unlike most of the eateries on this list, Boathouse isn’t requiring or even offering reservations. Enjoy filling mains and sides like smoked chicken alfredo, barbecue beef meatballs, cheesy hash potatoes and roasted vegetable pomodoro while getting a view of Forest Park. Don’t miss the dessert and Danish pastry bar, which boasts a variety of sweet treats. Adult tickets are $30 and children’s tickets are $14.
Boathouse at Forest Park, From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., facebook.com/boathousestl
Easter Brunch at The Inns at St. Alban’s
Get a taste of the newly renovated The Inns at St. Alban’s while munching on brunch this Easter. You can choose from a breakfast or lunch buffet, each with its own unique menu items. For breakfast, try the vegetable egg strata, potato casserole or waffles with fresh berries and whipped cream. If you’re a late riser, the lunch won’t disappoint, with dishes like shrimp cocktail, chicken piccata with herbed risotto, maple honey glazed salmon and more. Adult lunch tickets are $55 and breakfast tickets are $45. Children’s tickets for either session are $18.
The Inns at St. Alban’s, Seatings at 10 a.m. or 12:30 p.m., innsatstalbans.com
VUE Easter Brunch at 612North Event Space
Enjoy your Easter brunch with a stunning view of the Arch and downtown St. Louis at 612North Event Space. Located in the historic Laclede’s Landing Cutlery Building, this brunch will serve honey butter chicken and waffles, bagels and lox, crustless quiche and more. Opt in for bottomless Mimosas for $22 per person. Adult tickets are $49.95 and children’s tickets are $14.95.
612North Event Space, From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 612north.com/upcoming-events/
Cardinals Nation Easter Brunch
Take your Easter celebration to Ballpark Village for its Sunday brunch with an omelettes made to order, a carving station and dessert display. Brunch includes admission to the Cardinals Museum. Adult tickets are $50 and children’s tickets are $20. Add bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys for $15.
Cardinals Nation Restaurant & Bar, From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., stlballparkvillage.com