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Instead of planning a meal for friends and family this Easter, come out to North Hills and enjoy each other’s company with ease! Here are a few of our favorite spots for Easter brunch.
Experience Parisian cuisine for Easter brunch at Coquette! They offer a variety of authentic crepes, quiche, and benedicts. Pair it with wines from its exclusively French wine list or treat yourself to a classic French cocktail. Be sure to call ahead or go online to make a reservation. Bon appétit!
Voted one of the Triangle’s “Top 20 Restaurants,” Vivace offers a modern, yet rustic Italian trattoria dining experience. You won’t want to miss their prosciutto frittata, lobster ravioli, margarita pizza, or their modern take on the Italian sandwich. Pair with drinks, and bellissimo!—you have the perfect Easter Sunday meal. Visit their website to make reservations. Brunch runs from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
3. Another Broken Egg Café
Looking for something a bit more casual? Look no further than Another Broken Egg Café! Serving over 114 different menu items, the options for good eats are endless. You can even bring your four-legged friends along for brunch with their pet-friendly patio. They do accept same-day reservations, but you’ll definitely want to call ahead for this spot.
4. Bonefish Grill
Get your fill of seafood this Easter at Bonefish Grill. From seafood benedict, grilled fish, filet mignon, or a wild orchid Hawaiian martini, your taste buds will be full of flavor. But leave room for dessert—treating yourself to crème brûlée or key lime pie is completely acceptable on Easter. For the full menu and more, click here.
5. Midtown Grille
Midtown Grille serves up contemporary American cuisine in a sophisticated, yet comfortable and casual environment. The menu is full of items derived from local ingredients, and with a large patio, taking brunch outdoors has never been easier. Book your table today before it fills up.