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2017 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide

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

Leave the cooking to your favorite local restaurants. Check out our 2017 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide!

Sunday, April 16th is Easter and, for some, is the true mark of the arrival of Spring. While some are drawn to egg hunts and photo opps with the Easter bunny, PhoenixBites is all about the food. It’s time to step up your brunch game with the most epic events on Easter Sunday. We’ve got everything from family-friendly events to bottomless mimosas and pretty much everything in between in our 2017 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide.

So peruse through this list, grab your phone and make your reservations then don you Sunday best and get your brunch on!

*Reservations are recommended for all spots on this list, so be sure to claim your spot early!

2017 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide


2017 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide

Beckett’s Table
Beckett's Table's Anniversary DinnerCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Beckett’s Table will open an hour early to accommodate hungry diners looking for special menu items. Don’t miss out on the Easter deviled eggs, dyed with red and golden beets and spinach. The special dish is completed with a carrot gelee, spring peas and clover; all the best things of Easter all wrapped up in one dish! The restaurant will also feature half-off bottles of Arizona wine.
3717 E. Indian School Road | Phoenix | 85018 | 602.954.1700


Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails
Easter at Blue Hound KitchenCost |  $65 for adults and $19 for children, prices do not include tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Executive Chef Sean Currid will be preparing a picnic-inspired buffet for the holiday featuring an array of Southern classics including Cornbread with honey butter, Black Eye Pea Salad, Spiced Watermelon, Potato Salad, Biscuits and Gravy, Spring Vegetable Succotas, Chicken and Waffles, Barbeque Oysters, Roasted Sucking Pig and an assortment of Southern pies and seasonal sweet tarts.
2 East Jefferson St. | Phoenix | 85004 | 602.258.0231


Coup Des Tartes
Cost | $47 for adults, $15 for children, prices do not include tax or gratuity and parties of 6 or more will have a 22% gratuity added to your bill
On the Menu | Coup Des Tartes is offering a very special three course Easter menu with options like sweet cream crepes, Italian sausage tarte and escargot for your first course. Second course options include a French country omelet, a crispy pork belly benedict, a filet benedict, crab cakes or a caramelized banana French toast. Finish up your meal with your choice of Meyer lemon tarte, chocolate raspberry truffle tarte or a classic cheesecakes topped with fresh berries. The restaurant will also feature a special brunch menu just for the kids with macaroni and cheese, pancakes and an ice cream brownie sundae.
1725 E. Osborn Road | Phoenix | 85016 | 602.212.1082


Crudo
Crudo EasterCost | $35 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Easter Sunday is the perfect time to get together and break bread with your family and friends. Why go through the hassle of shopping, cooking and cleaning up, when you can enjoy a chef-crafted 3-courseEaster brunch at Crudo. Chef Cullen Campbell will be whipping up a three-course brunch celebration featuring traditional brunch favorites, plus twists on traditional brunch dishes. Think Calabrian Octopus with green garlic buttermilk, celery pickles, Spring Onion Crepes with fonduta and truffle conserva. Full menu below, plus don’t forget to finish your meal with a selection of desserts from Tracy Dempsey.
3603 E. Indian School Road | Phoenix | 85018 | 602.358.8666


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!
5632 N. 7th St. | Phoenix | 85014 | 602.680.4040


Gertrude’s
Cost | A la carte pricing
On the Menu | Easter falls on April 16 and Gertrude’s, the highly touted full-service restaurant located just inside the Desert Botanical Garden entrance, is offering menu specials to commemorate the holiday. The restaurant is featuring special lamb, vegetarian, and fish items starting at 10:30am until they are sold through. You can choose from a pea and goat cheese tart ($14), leg of lamb ($36) or steelhead fillet ($24).
1201 N. Galvin Pkwy. | Phoenix | 85008 | 480.719.8600


Little Cleo’s Seafood Legend
Little CleosCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Step out of the heat and into the hidden coastal gem of Little Cleo’s, especially open for Easter Sunday. Featured brunch items include a Honey Greek Yogurt Parfait and Cheesy Scrambled Eggs, being offered in addition to the classic menu.
5632 N. 7th St. | Phoenix | 85014 | 602.680.4044


MATCH : Cuisine & Cocktails
 MATCH lounge lobbyCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Enjoy your holiday brunch among the art and whimsy of MATCH. You’ll find a variety of specials just for Easter. Check out their citrus cured bakkafrost salmon deviled eggs ($3 each), an herb crusted leg of Colorado lamb ($27), “mac & cheese” ($14), a dark rum glazed tenderbelly pit ham ($23) or bunny cakes ($8).
1100 N. Central Ave. | Phoenix | 85003 | 602.875.8080


North Italia
North Italia Easter OfferingsCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Imagine dining at an Italian teverna while enjoying Easter specials such as Red Wine Glazed Short Rib with creamy mascarpone polenta or Diver Scallops with sweet corn risotto; or choose from North Italia’s regular brunch offerings such as the Grilled Cauliflower with a fried egg and pancetta cream, and Italian sausage or the Bacon & Egg pizza. Check out the complete menu before you go.
4925 N. 40th St. | Phoenix | 85016 | 602.324.5600


Okra Cookhouse & Cocktails
Easter at OkraCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Take the worry out your Easter, by bringing the family and friends to Okra Cookhouse & Cocktails for a menu of seasonal brunch favorites. Chef Cullen Campbell is whipping up a Southern inspired menu of traditional brunch favorites including Sweet Potato Pancakes with Roasted Dates and Quark ($10), Ham Hock Biscuit Benedict with Red Eye Hollandaise ($16), or Biscuits & Gravy ($15). Plus, start your meal with selection of shareable plates including Brussels Sprouts with BBQ Lamb Neck, Tomato Salad with Pepper Vinegar, Avocado, and Goat Feta or Shave Cabbage Salad with Chow Chow Vinaigrette. Or if you are looking for something a little heartier, enjoy the famous Fried Chicken with Mash and Greens ($18).
5813 N. 7th St. | Phoenix | 85014 | 602.296.4147


Original Breakfast House

Original Breakfast House Caprese Omelet

Photo Credit | Joanie Simon

Cost | A la carte
On the Menu | The Original Breakfast House will be running some very tasty specials that you and your family and friends won’t want to miss. Check out their porchetta and eggs ($13.50 ), Mexican eggs benedict ($12.50) or special caprese omelet ($12.50) for a great way to start your holiday Sunday.
13623 N. 32nd St. | Phoenix | 85032 | 602.482.2328


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.
4921 E. Ray Road | Phoenix | 85044 | 480.785.7482
1001 N. 3rd Ave. | Phoenix | 85003 | 602.258.7482 (no brunch service, only lunch and dinner)


Rusconi’s American Kitchen
Cost | $56 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Chef Rusconi is known for creating regional cuisine that is affordable and approachable and this Easter Sunday won’t be any different. You can start off your brunch feast with house-smoked salmon and dill blini, warm berry and mascarpone crepes, baby greens with clue cheese fritters, kale and romaine salad or grilled peaches with arugula. Main course options include an Easter quiche, steak and eggs, gulf shrimp and blue crab benedict, apple glazed pork tenderloin, garlic and herb roasted rack of spring lamb, pan roasted sea bass or a grilled beef tenderloin. No meal is complete without dessert so choose between a strawberry budino, carrot cake or dark chocolate crème brûlée s’more.
10637 N. Tatum Blvd. | Phoenix | 85028 | 480.483.0009


Scramble
Scramble Easter OfferingsCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Scramble announced that both restaurants will be open from 6am until 2pm. To celebrate, the Easter Bunny will be at both Scramble locations giving away treats to all the kids that day. Scramble will post a special Easter 2017 album on its Phoenix and Scottsdale Facebook pages highlighting everyone who visits with the Easter Bunny. “We are always looking for new ways to add value for our customers,” said Co-Owner Clay Moizo. “By opening on Easter Sunday we’re able to provide holiday breakfast and brunch alternatives for those who prefer to eat out. Employees working that day were scheduled on a volunteer basis and will all be receiving extra compensation for their dedication to our customers.”
9832 N. 7th St. | Phoenix | 85020 | 602.374.2294


Southern Rail
Cost | A la carte
On the Menu | Southern Rail will celebrate Easter with both an Easter brunch and dinner. Enjoy Chef Beckett’s brunch favorites, including the Croque Monsieur complete with noble toast, ham, smoked onion bechamel, tomatoes and spicy pickled carrot. Dinner notables include the smoked chicken & “biscuit dumplings” with McClendon Farms heirloom carrots, mushrooms and fresh pea tendrils. Half-off bottles of Arizona wine will also be offered all day.
300 W. Camelback Road | Phoenix | 85013 | 602.200.0085


The Arrogant Butcher
The Arrogant ButcherCost | A la carte
On the Menu | Pie with sweet potato, mirepoix, and rosemary – is sure to hit the spot. This dish will be featured along with the restaurant’s regular menu. Check out the complete menu before you head out.
2 E. Jefferson St. | Phoenix | 85004 | 602.324.8502


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.
2502 E. Camelback Road | Phoenix | 85016 | 602.956.0087


The Farm at South Mountain
Easter at The Farm at South MountainCost | $55.95 for adults, $25.95 for guests aged eight through 12, $15.95 for guests aged two through seven and guests under the age of 2 are complimentary. Prices do not include tax or gratuity
On the Menu | This Farm brunch experience begins with an assortment of Freshly Baked Pastries, including bountiful display of Pecan Caramel Buns, Coffee Cakes & Danish served with Whipped Butter & Homemade Preserves. Next enjoy Creamy Vanilla Yogurt with a Variety of toppings including Housemade Granola, Fresh Berries & Shredded Coconut. Dive into heartier dishes with The Farm’s Famous Pecan French Toast; Twice-Cooked Challah with Pecan-Honey Glaze Caramelized Bananas & Maple Syrup are the perfect sweet treat this Easter. Enjoy Scrambled Eggs topped with Cheddar Cheese served with Sautéed Vegetables & Roasted Tomato Salsa. Add a side of sizzling & savory Applewood Smoked Bacon and Farm Sausage. For a lighter choice, enjoy the Kale & Quinoa Salad with Toasted Pecan Pieces, Feta, Dried Fruits, Lemon Vinaigrette or the Caprese Salad with Cherry Tomatoes & Mozzarella with Farm Basil Drizzled with Olive Oil & Fresh Cracked Pepper. You can also check out the full menu online.
6106 S. 32nd St. | Phoenix | 85042 | 602.243.9081


The Henry
Cost | A la carte
On the Menu | Take in the spring weather on The Henry’s patio with the restaurant’s variety of brunch options, including the featured Blue Crab Quiche. Make it a boozy brunch by flagging down the Bloody Mary cart, serving customizable Bloody Marys tableside. Check out the menu before you go.
4455 E. Camelback Road | Phoenix | 85018 | 602.429.8020


The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer’s
The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer'sCost | A la carte
On the Menu | In addition to the stellar regular menu, Jennifer’s will be offering a few Easter specials. Check out the lamb chops ($32), asparagus, leek and gruyere quiche ($16) or a very special combination of ham & eggs ($19). You’ll also find a variety of dessert specials available.
3603 E. Indian School Road | Phoenix | 85018 | 602.579.5327


Ticoz Latin Kitchen
Cost | $11.95 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | Looking for options? Ticoz has a few, perfect for groups with varying tastes. You can get a pancake breakfast, stuffed empanadas (chorizo and potato), challah French toast or a black bean benedict.
5114 N. 7th St. | Phoenix | 85014 | 602.200.0160


True Food Kitchen
True Food Easter offeringCost | $35 per person, not including tax or gratuity
On the Menu | True Food Kitchen will offer a three-course ‘Taste of Spring’ in addition to their regular brunch menu. New spring items on the tasting menu include Torched Avocado, Seasonal Garden Scramble, and Coconut & Chia Seed Flan, while beverage options include the Honey & Grapefruit Mimosa, Blueberry Royale, and the non-alcoholic Hangover Rx. Check out the full Easter Brunch Menu.
2502 E. Camelback Road | Phoenix | 85016 | 602.774.3488


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 Phoenix Easter Brunch Dining Guide!

Looking for suggestions for Scottsdale Easter Brunch? How about the East Valley? We’ve got those too!


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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 wirter, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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