Beat the crowds at the supermarket and let Indy’s abundance of awesome Easter brunch spots do the work this Sunday. We know your bunny ears will perk up at these awesome special holiday ideas. Maybe you’ll even start a new Easter tradition this year.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is a must-lunch this Easter Sunday. Celebrate the day in the Deer Zink Pavilion with a spring-inspired brunch buffet provided by Nourish Café. The menu looks delicious—Nourish is serving up Italian-style strata, tequila lime cured salmon, crème brulee French toast and much more. Adult guests will pay $35 (kids price is $16) for fresh and local brunch items, the IMA’s Easter celebration isn’t just the traditional grub. The price includes a stroll in the museum’s gardens and orchard so you can catch glimpses of the first flowering bulbs and blooms!
The Conrad Indianapolis Hotel’s annual Easter Brunch is as grand as ever. Enjoy a delectable meal in the Vienna Ballroom while sipping complimentary mimosas. The brunch is $59 for adults and $29 for children.
Indulge the kids’ desire for fun and your desire for pomp at the historic and festive Propylaeum Club this Easter. With fresh salmon, roast leg of lamb, ham and, of course, golden eggs on this year’s menu, this event is the perfect chance to indulge your cultural side! Seating is available at select times from noon to 2:30 p.m. The brunch is $30 for adults and $15 for children. Don’t forget to come early for the Easter egg hunt beginning at 10 a.m.
Shula’s Steak House is also having an Easter Brunch from 11 a.m. ’til 3 p.m. You’ll have no trouble filling up with this buffet, which includes a carving station with leg o’ lamb, honey pineapple glazed ham and slow roasted prime rib, boursin mac & cheese, truffle cream sweet corn, a salad station, an assortment of desserts and much more! Attend for only $32.95 for adults, $12 for kids under 12 and kids 3 and under are FREE!
Veer away from the traditional breakfast favorites and do something your friends will think is just as chic as you do! Breakfast polenta with dried fruit is a unique twist on oatmeal that tastes amazing! Make your own and wow your guests with your springtime culinary know-how! Substitute fresh fruit for the dried fruit if you’ve already caught Spring fever!
Take a twist on two brunch favorites and serve up Ratatouille with poached eggs. With tons of fresh vegetables and herbs, the adults will enjoy this recipe while your kids go out in that freshly-cut grass for a fresh egg adventure of a completely different variety!
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