Easter Sunday is tomorrow and we’re giving you the inside scoop on our favorite brunch spots!
Shaw’s Crab House is offering its grand hot buffet featuring an assortment of classic breakfast dishes including omelets and waffles, and Shaw’s specialties that helped make it Chicago’s preeminent and enduring seafood destination.
This ham-tastic Easter buffet contains house-cured hams, ham frittatas, smoked ham and grits, ham hock biscuits, and a myriad of ham-friendly sides like breakfast potatoes, eggs, and green salad.
At Bohemian House, the Easter traditions adapts a delicious Eastern European accent for Sunday brunch. The restaurant has cooked up a three-course affair for the holiday including appetizers, soft egg scrambles with smoked fish, and a third course of delicious desserts.
This Easter, the French-accented menu by executive chef/owner Martial Noguier offers options for each of the three courses, with dishes like pancakes with rhubarb marmalade; caramelized spring onion and pea quiche; deviled eggs with smoked salmon; savory crepes with confit chicken; asparagus omelets; brioche French toast made with creme brûlée batter; and cherry-brioche bread pudding with pistachio and butterscotch.