EASTER’S BEST BITES: Where to Dine on Easter Sunday 2023

Easter Sunday is just around the bend and there are plenty of Utah restaurants offering special Easter brunches, lunches and dinners. If you’re planning to dine out on Easter, here are some good options for you to consider. 


Easter Sunday is just around the bend and there are plenty of Utah restaurants offering special Easter brunches, lunches and dinners. If you’re planning to dine out on Easter, here are some good options for you to consider. 

The Easter Bunny will be at Deer Valley Resort visiting with guests in the Snow Park Lodge area from 9 to 11 a.m. From noon to 1:30 p.m., the Easter Bunny will meet guests in the Silver Lake Lodge area. Guests and their children are invited to take pictures with the Easter Bunny at both locations. Dining options on Easter Sunday at Deer Valley include The Brass Tag, Cast & Cut, Silver Lake Restaurant, Fresh Tracks Kitchen, and Deer Valley Cafe.  

The Easter Sunday Buffet at Emigration Cafe is $48/adults; $24/kids 6 to 11; and $10 for kids 5 & under. Highlights of the buffet include mojo pork Benedict, brioche French toast, chicken & biscuit, blackened salmon, Roman style pinza (pinza is Rome’s pizza), shrimp & grits, and various desserts and pastries. 

The Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar team invites you to “Gather your loved ones and join us Easter Sunday for a 3-Course Menu featuring our Filet Mignon and the pairing of your choice. Select our classic Lobster Tail Scampi or our savory Crab-Stuffed Shrimp Scampi – both served with roasted Campari tomatoes and a white wine herb butter.” Menu includes salad & dessert, and starts at $85 per guest. 

Executive Chef Eric Diaz and the team at Hearth & Hill are presenting a brunch buffet with spring-forward dishes catered to every palate. “From 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. guests will be able to choose between offerings like juicy Prime Rib served with au jus and horseradish cream, succulent Atlantic Salmon with Chimichurri, or fluffy Eggs Florentine to name a few. Of course, it wouldn’t be a true brunch buffet without an omelet station, build-your-own parfaits, and a bountiful assortment of pastries and desserts by Executive Pastry Chef Jessie Rae Nakoneczny, including Mini Carrot Cupcakes, Chocolate Coconut ‘Bird Nests,’ and Mini Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcakes.” The cost for Hearth & Hill’s Easter Brunch Buffet is $59.95 per adult and $29.95 per child. Kids under 4 eat free.

La Caille’s Easter Brunch is priced at $115 for adults, $60 for kids 4-12, and free for children under 3 or under. It kicks off with a choice of appetizer – seafood cocktail or charcuterie, followed by a second course of pancakes, brulee French toast, and caramel croissants. Entree options include Wagyu sliders, grilled pit ham, slow-roasted Prime rib, eggs Benedict, bacon, crab cakes, potatoes and more, plus a selection of desserts. 

According to the crew at Little America, their Easter Brunch Buffet will feature a cold food selection, hot food selection, seafood station, and carving station. Among the highlights are roasted leg of lamb, herb-crusted tri tip, bouillabaisse, New York steak au poivre, baked salmon fillet, honey-glazed ham, Prime rib, a charcuterie board, and much more. Adults/$79; children 5-12/$29; free for kids 4 and under. 

The Log Haven restaurant family invites you to spend this Easter with them as they host a special Easter Luncheon/Supper from 12 to 5 p.m. with a menu “lovingly created by Chef Dave Jones”. The first course will be a choice of Wild Mushroom Soup or Bloomsdale Spinach Salad. Entree options include Grilled American Wagyu Bavette with grilled asparagus, creme fraiche mashed potatoes and sauce au poivre; Grilled Salmon with black lentils, artichoke salad, and lemon beurre blanc; Grilled Chicken Breast with butternut polenta and huckleberry gastrique; Roast Leg of Lamb with sundried tomato pesto, wheat berry cassoulet, roasted broccolini and sauce Robert; or Parmigiano-Reggiano Risotto with English peas, tomato coulis, and extra virgin olive oil. For dessert there will be Maple Panna Cotta, New York Cheesecake, or Chocolate Ganache Tart. The cost for Easter Sunday supper at Log Haven is $64/adults and $37.50/children under 12. Space is limited, so reserve your spot ASAP.

Highlights of the Pago on Main Easter Brunch Buffet include artisan cheeses, orecchiette pasta salad, French toast, cheese blintz, spinach frittata, wild game meatballs, farotto, braised short ribs, cheese grits, scrambled eggs and sausage, honey ham, and more. $53/adults; $26/kids 5 to 12; free for kids 4 and under, plus tax & gratuity. 

Park City’s Powder restaurant at the Waldorf Astoria invites guests to “Delight in an Easter Brunch Buffet with lively action stations of made-to-order omelets, crepes, carved ham, and turkey. Choose from dishes like acai bowls, chia seed parfaits, eggs Benedict, shakshuka, a variety of soups, salads, a seafood display, flat iron steaks, salmon, and a special kids’ buffet— $ 110 for adults, $55 for children.”

Owner Seth Adams and his talented team invite you to join them at Riverhorse on Main restaurant in Park City for a special Easter Tapas Brunch. “Choose from a full menu of all-you-can-eat, tapas-style brunch favorites with an elevated twist, alongside an inventive selection of original Riverhorse dishes. Dinner service will follow beginning at 5:30 p.m. and will offer the restaurant’s full, regular menu.” The cost for the Riverhorse Easter Tapas Brunch is $95 per adult, $65 per chile 12 and under, plus tax and gratuity.

The folks at Rodizio Grill say “Join us Easter weekend for a special celebration! Enjoy unlimited Brazilian sides, gourmet salads and rotisserie-grilled meats carved tableside plus holiday additions: salmon and lamb. Every family will receive a special offer for future visit: buy one dinner, get one free!” Full Rodizio adult price: $39.99 per adult.

The Salt Republic ground floor restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City has put together an Easter brunch experience “for the entire family.” According to the Hyatt, “This year on Easter Sunday, April 9, from 10am to 3pm, The Salt Republic will have a seafood-forward brunch buffet menu featuring everything from King Crab to West Coast Oysters. Open to both guests of the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City and locals, the upscale lobby-level restaurant is the place to celebrate a memorable Easter with family and friends. Though the menu features specialty seafood items, it truly has something for everyone, including a carving station with bone-in ribeye and Kurobuta ham, and more classic breakfast choices like lemon poppyseed pancakes and decadent French toast. The kid’s menu features a selection of sliders, chicken tenders, and house-made macaroni and cheese.” Prices start at $70 per adult and $35 for children 12 and under. Children under 4 eat free. Tickets can be purchased on Tock. 

Easter Brunch at Tuscany is priced at $90 for adults and $45 for kids 12 and under. Featured buffet items include Prime rib, roasted lamb, shrimp cocktail, honey-glazed ham, an omelet bar, fresh salads, and assorted breads and desserts. Plated items for the table include crab or Florentine eggs Benedict and house-made waffles. 

Enjoy Park City’s best comfort foods on Easter at Windy Ridge Cafe. The a la carte menu features craveable dishes ranging from Vegetable Quiche, Ale-Steamed Mussels, and homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, to House-Roasted Turkey and pan gravy, Meatloaf with brown gravy, French Dip sandwiches, Eggplant Parmesan, Blackened Red Trout, and much more. Top off your meal with wine, beer, cocktails, or perhaps a classic Root Beer Float or Banana Cream Pie. 

Culinary quote of the week: “All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!” – Charles M. Schulz  

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