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Dining Guide | 2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide

Posted on: April 2nd, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

It’s just about that time! If you’re looking for some egg-ceptional options, make sure to check out our 2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide!

The Easter bunny is busy packing up all his eggs and special treats to prepare for the holiday on April 16th. If you’re starting to feel the stress of getting the family together and cooking for the whole brood, why not just check out our 2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide? The hardest decision will be which great place to go to!

*Reservations are recommended for all listings. Make sure to call and save your seat!

2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide

Café 24/7
Cost | $14 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Gather your friends and family and enjoy Café 24/7’s three course brunch of spring house salad, brown sugar spiral cut ham served with garlic broccolini and Lyonnaise potato. Finish up your meal with a chocolate bombe.
5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd. | Chandler | 85226 | 800.946.4452

Café 24/7
Cost | $14 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Your three course Easter special will include a house salad with your choice of dressing, honey glazed ham or chicken served with herb roasted potatoes, tender baby carrots along with dinner rolls. Dessert will be a generous slice of cherry pie and whipped topping.
1077 S. Kyrene Road | Chandler | 85226 | 800-946-4452

Cities Bar & Grille
Cost | $27 for Players Club members and $32 per person for non-members, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Enjoy a full buffet brunch with omelet stations, salad bar, tons of traditional breakfast offerings, cheese and crackers, fresh fruit, shrimp cocktail, pasta stations, herb roasted chicken, bourbon-honey glazed ham as well as a prime rib carving station. There will also be an array of fresh pastries and tons of sweet treats.
1077 S. Kyrene Road | Chandler | 85226 | 800-946-4452

Culinary Dropout
culinary dropout easter offeringsCost | a la carte
On the Menu | Guests seeking a fun, casual vibe, and maybe a round or two of cornhole, can celebrate Easter at Culinary Dropout. Two dishes are special to the Easter menu: Grilled Asparagus Toast, with smoked ham and crispy potato, or Pork Belly Hash, with chile verde and sunny side up egg. These featured dishes will be offered alongside the brunch menu. Check out the complete menu before you go!
149 S. Farmer | Tempe | 85281 | 480.240.1601

Ko’Sin Restaurant
Cost | $80 per adult, $72 for guests aged 65 and above, $38 for guests aged five through 12 and guests aged 4 and under are complimentary. Prices do not include tax or gratuity.
On the Menu | Guests can enjoy a crepe bar, a gourmet omelet station, a variety of cutting board classics, carving stations that include charcoal crusted prime rib, and entrees comprised of rabbit and garbed Pima wheat dumplings.  Conclude your dining experience with your choice of sweet treats, among the offerings are lemon meringue tartlets, assorted cupcakes, almond mango mousse, trio of chocolate cake, Tia Maria flan.
5594 W. Wild Horse Pass Blvd. | Chandler | 85226 | 602.225.0100

Organ Stop Pizza
Cost | $12 for adults and $10 for guests aged 9 and under
On the Menu | Looking for something a little more casual with an exciting side of entertainment? Organ Stop Pizza will be offering all you can eat pizza and salad with unlimited fountain drinks. You get a quick and easy meal and everyone will love the concert provided by the Mighty Wurlitzer.
1149 E. Southern Ave. | Mesa | 85204 | 480.813.5700

Pita Jungle
Cost | a la carte
On the Menu | Pita Jungle invites you to bring in your peeps for a healthy Easter meal. The restaurant is offering a Free Small Dip (hummus, tzatziki, garlic dip or baba ganoosh) with purchase of an Entrée valid on Easter Sunday. Dine-in only.
1949 W. Ray Road | Chandler | 85224 | 480.855.3232 (no brunch service, only lunch and dinner)
1850 W. Southern Ave. | Mesa | 85202 | 480.615.7482 (no  brunch service, only lunch and dinner)
1431 E. Williams Field Road | Gilbert | 85295 | 480.814.2535 (no brunch service, only lunch and dinner)
1652 S. Val Vista Drive | Mesa | 85204 | 480.339.3595 (no brunch service, only lunch and dinner)
4 E. University Drive | Tempe | 85281 | 480.804.0234

Shula’s Steakhouse
Cost | $69.95 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Shula’s will be serving up a special four course Easter dinner complete with lobster bisque, a house or Caesar salad, entrée options will include double cut lamb chops or Chilean sea bass. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with a seven layer chocolate cake with mint espresso sauce.
5040 W. Wild Horse Pass Blvd. | Chandler | 85226 | 520.796.1972

The Crepe Club
Crepe Club MacaronsCost | 9 for $18 or 18 for $29.95
On the Menu | I realize this is not a dinner or brunch, but if you are looking up those Easter baskets with goodies of the more refined variety, you are going to want to check out these magnificent macarons. The Crepe Club is offering up some of the most colorful and flavorful macarons just in time for Easter (or any old day!) Check out the variety of colors, flavors and fillings you can get.
550 E. Tyler Mall | Tempe | 85281 | 480.965.3454
2268 E. Williams Field Road | Gilbert | 85295 | 480.686.8333

No matter how you opt to spend the Sunday, we hope that you do so surrounded by love, friendship and kindness…and, of course, great food! I hope that you find something perfect for you and your group in our 2017 East Valley Easter Brunch Dining Guide!

Looking for Phoenix Easter Brunch recommendations? Or maybe Scottsdale? We’ve got a few of those, too!

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© Taryn Jeffries 2017


About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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