It’s no surprise that Buckhead is home to three of Yelp’s top 10 restaurants for Easter brunch in Atlanta. Dining rooms are open, but reservations are required for this busy morning. Dine in seating is limited and tables are sure to go fast.
There are some interesting take out options if you want to avoid the crowds, or if you just want to have a quiet brunch at home. Time is running out, so be sure to call or email the restaurants soon so you don’t miss out on a fantastic Easter brunch.
South City Kitchen Buckhead
The South City Kitchen has prepared multiple ways to help your family celebrate Easter. There’s a 3-course Southern brunch with lots traditional favorites to choose from. The fried green tomatoes, smokey grilled pork chop, and mountain trout particularly made our mouths water.
If you would rather celebrate at home, the South City Kitchen is offering and Easter Take and Bake. You can customize your Easter brunch with the entrees, sides, and salads your family loves. You can even get Mimosas to go! You have to order your take and bake by this Wednesday for pickup on Saturday April 3.
The Capital Grille
The Capital Grille is offering a fixed price Easter brunch featuring jumbo shrimp and grits, filet mignon, and many other delicious options. There’s a special children’s brunch menu as well. You can reserve your table via their website.
You can also choose to get your brunch to-go from The Capital Grille. The “Easter at Home” menu is a three-course Easter dinner you can pick up to warm and serve at home. This take-home meal includes a whole rack of bone-in filet, along with sides and dessert for four to six people. Easter at Home orders will be available for pickup April 3 or 4. Call or visit their website to order.
Buttermilk Kitchen has been serving brunch in Buckhead since 2012. They’re known for locally sourced ingredients and delicious food, and they are #2 on Yelp’s list of the best brunch restaurants in Atlanta. Their menu includes traditional breakfast favorites and weekend specials, such as short rib hash and raspberry mimosas. According to the website they don’t take to-go orders on the weekends, so you’ll have to plan to have your Easter brunch in their dining room. Call or email for more information.