Several Nashville restaurants are doing Easter feasts this year! Here’s where you can eat for the holiday in 2023.
Enjoy Easter brunch at the Australian-inspired Two Hands from 8 AM to 5 PM. They’ll be serving their banana walnut bread, among other things. As far as drinks, enjoy $25 bottomless bloody marys and $39 mimosa carafes. They do recommend making a reservation in advance. You can do so here.
According to their Eventbrite page, they’ll serve a southern-style buffet with a carving station, ever-flowing mimosas and live music.
1 Kitchen is hosting a sustainably-focused Easter Brunch on April 9 from 9 AM to 2 PM. Guests can enjoy a buffet featuring Avocado Toast Mezze, Italian Baked Eggs, Ancient Grain Salad and a carving station. There will also be live music and fun activities for the kids on the patio. The cost is $55 for adults, $25 for kids and any young ones under 3 are free. Make your reservation here.
The Countrypolitan will serve brunch from 7 AM to 4 PM. Specials include the Amazing Grace Burger, Cowboy Platter or the Waffle Coop, for $19, and other à la carte items will be available as well, such as their popular Corn Crusted Mean Green Tomatoes, for $17. Make your reservation here.
This Easter, hop into STK Nashville for a brunch experience that lasts all weekend. Saturday, April 8 and Sunday, April 9, guests can indulge in Easter specials that include Dungeness Crab Deviled Eggs, and weekend brunch favorites like Eggs Benedict, Hot Chicken & Waffles and Steak & Eggs. For an additional $30, guests can add 90 minutes of Bloody Marys or Mimosas to their meals. Reserve your spot here.
Two Rivers Mansion
Their Eventbrite page says, “Enjoy an Italian-inspired Easter Eve all-you-can-eat buffet-style brunch at the historic Two Rivers Mansion in Donelson.”
Church & Union
Church & Union’s Easter Buffet happens from 9 AM – 4 PM on Sunday, April 9. The buffet will feature slow-roasted prime rib, challah french toast, cornbread panzanella, biscuits and gravy, among other menu favorites. Guests can book a spot for $70 per person, which includes a free mimosa or Bloody Mary; children under 12 years old will cost $40. Make your reservation on OpenTable.
“Stateside Kitchen is serving brunch on Sunday, April 9, from 10 AM to 3 PM. Guests looking for their favorites will not be disappointed, and Stateside will still be serving all their signature dishes, such as the French Sunrise and Shrimp and Grits. No brunch at Stateside Kitchen would be complete without one of their large-format cocktails for the table. Reservations are recommended.”
This Italian Easter dinner sounds delicious! Their website says, “Explore the region of Emilia-Romagna through the lens of Chef de Cuisine Joey Fecci with his 5- or 8-course tasting menu, featuring Cappelletti in Brodo and Anatra with black truffle-potato erbazzone — a nod to Chef Fecci’s own Emilia-Romagnese family traditions.
Or savor and share Yolan’s signature à la carte offerings, including two special dishes available exclusively on Easter Sunday: Agnello // braised lamb, fregola sarda, cherry agro dolce; and Executive Pastry Chef Noelle Marchetti’s Uovo de Pettirosso // malted milk chocolate, candied hazelnut, blistered blueberry, gianduja wire.”
Head to Butchertown Hall for a Tex-Mex style brunch this Easter. They’re serving Double Brisket-Grind Burgers and tacos like the Fire-Roasted Shrimp and Chorizo Quinoa. Their smoked meats can be ordered by the half-pound or pound, and they pair well with a refreshing margarita. Make a reservation.
For Easter, Oak Steakhouse has extended their hours on April 9 for brunch from 11 AM to 3 PM and for dinner from 3 PM to 8 PM in celebration of the holiday. In addition to the regular menu and their beloved steaks, the team will be serving up a special Easter menu with a variety of small plates such as Char Grilled Gifford’s Bacon with apple butter, sweet potato, pecans, fennel, and maple, as well as Southern staples including Shrimp & Grits and a Spinach & Feta Quiche. Guests can make a reservation via OpenTable here.