Rock City Eats Easter Brunch Guide

Easter will be here before you know it. Whether you’ve already instated a family tradition of eating out for Easter Brunch or you’re looking to try it out, we’ve curated a list for you to map out your plans.

Kemuri – Don’t pass up on the chance to get brunch at Kemuri, which will be open on Easter Sunday. Call (501)660-4100 to reserve your seat.

Trio’s Restaurant – Catch brunch on Easter Sunday from 10 to 2. For parties of 5 or more, call to make reservations: (501) 221-3330.

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Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom: The eatery is quickly becoming one of SOMA’s premier brunching spots. Expect a special menu for Easter, and go ahead and save your seat by calling for a reservation: (501) 374-7476.

The Fold Botanas & Bar: Enjoy your Margarita brunch on one of the coolest patios in the Rock. The restaurant will have a few Easter specials in rotation on that Sunday.

Cache Restaurant: Stop by Cache in the River Market for Easter Brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Think special menu which includes drink specials. Call (501) 850-0265 to reserve your seat.

If you like the idea of celebrating the whole weekend, don’t forget about Red Door and Local Luna. Loca Luna serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., while Red Door serves brunch on both days from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Lost Forty Brewing: For a decked-out, all-day-long brunch, head to Lost Forty. You’ll want to get your hands on a few of the delectables: Chorizo and Avocado Pizzas, Cold Smoked Salmon Lox-inspired Pizzas, Beer’Mosas, hearty Farmers Market Potato Hash, stacks of Beer Batter Cream Cheese Pancakes, Homemade Sausage and Drop Biscuits, and more. Stay up-to-date with the event on their Facebook page.

SO Restaurant – Bar: For a killer buffet brunch, head to SO. For 25$ a head, you can try out the Omelette station, Bacon, House Sausage, Grits, Biscuits and so much more. Call (501) 663-1464 for more details or to save your seat.

South on Main: Rest assured, you’ll find some seriously delectable brunch specials at South on Main for Easter Brunch. Keep up with menu items on their Facebook page.

Hop over to the Capital Hotel to take advantage of a special Easter Brunch on the Mezzanine on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event includes a delightful brunch buffet. Adults are $55; children 6 – 10 are $25; and Children 5 & Under are free. For reservations and full details call (501) 370-7068.

Hungry guests can also partake in the Easter Prix Fixe Menu at One Eleven from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Favorites include For reservations and full details call (501) 370-7068. Adults $65; Children 6 – 10 $25; Children 5 & Under are free.

Arthur’s Prime Steakhouse: Reserve your seat for a delectable buffet style brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the West Little Rock eatery. Call (501) 821-1838.

Four Quarter Bar: If we haven’t alerted you to the Pulled-Pork Burrito you might want to try it on Easter Sunday. Catch food from noon to 3 p.m.

Skinny J’s Argenta: For the Argenta dweller, don’t forget about Skinny J’s, who will in fact be serving up brunch on Easter Sunday.

Boulevard Bistro – Hop on over to Easter Brunch in the Heights. Call to make your reservation at (501) 663-5949.

 

Ya Ya’s Euro Bistro – Call to reserve your seat at a special Easter Buffet Brunch: (501) 821-1144.

**BONUS**

Get a head start on Easter brunch (or skip the crowd) and join us this Sunday (April 9th) in Bryant for our food truck festival and community Easter egg hunt. It all kicks off at noon at Bryant First Methodist. Trucks include Blackhound BBQ, The Southern Gourmasian, Wunderbus, Katmandu MoMo, and Fat Head BBQ.

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Rock City Eats Easter Brunch Guide