Where to Brunch this Easter Sunday

Looking for the perfect place to enjoy brunch this Easter Sunday? We’ve got a pretty extensive list for you to peruse. Be warned, reservations are strongly recommended to ensure you save your seat.

Perhaps you’d prefer a special beer brunch to celebrate Easter. If so, don’t forgo Stone’s Throw Brewing. Sweet Soul in the Rivermarket is setting up for an Easter soulfood brunch at the brewery this Sunday. The brewery will be premiering their new #BeerBrunch cocktails. You’ll be able to add a shot of orange juice, bloody mary mix or Mylo cold brew coffee to any of the brews for $1. You can create your own combo or try a few of the brewer’s favorites like the Pearmosa – Petit Jean Pear & Orange Juice and the Up All Night – Dark Helmet Coffee Schwarzbier & Cold Brew. Check in with Stone’s Throw here to see a full list of beer cocktails and a brunch menu. If you can’t make it this weekend, but still want to try a beer cocktail – fear not – you can order them anytime the brewery is open.

For beer brunch options stop by Lost Forty. The brewery is offering a special spread that is sure to please everyone in the entire family. With Steak and Eggs, a Jalapeno Crawfish Benedict and Brewmosas, what else could you ever need? Get your brunch on from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check out the entire menu here.


If you’re looking for something new downtown, head next door to Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom. The eatery recently completely reworked their brunch offerings, and will be running a special Easter Sunday menu featuring plenty of tasty cocktails. The restaurant will open an hour early at 10 a.m. and will continue serving until 3 p.m. Call (501)374-7476 to make a reservation.

For the downtown dweller, you can’t pass over South on Main. The local favorite was just named the ideal Easter Brunch spot in Arkansas. Outside of the usual extensive brunch menu, head chef Matthew Bell will be offering a few specials. Think from-scratch cinnamon rolls with pecan buttercream topping, Everything biscuits with trout schmear, and blackberry cobbler.

Hop over to the Capital Hotel to celebrate Easter for the entire weekend. On Saturday, a special children’s Bunny Lunch & Easter Egg Hunt will be served at One Eleven. Kids can expect to take home their own stuffed bunny after the festivities. Lunch is served 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. with the Egg Hunt at 1:00 p.m. For reservations and full details call (501)370-7068.

There’s also a special Easter Brunch on the Mezzanine on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event includes a delightful brunch buffet featuring Southern favorites including personally designed omelets and, of course, a dessert oasis. Adults $55; Youths 6 – 11 $25; 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 One Eleven’s signature salmon tartare and leek salad as well as seasonal seared scallops or roasted organic chicken with spring vegetables. Adults $65; Youths 6 – 11 $25; Children 5 & Under are free. For reservations and full details call (501)370-7068.

Stop by Cache in the Rivermarket for Easter Brunch with live music from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The special menu boasts of beignets, duck prosciutto flatbread and pimento cheese from the starters, among others. Don’t miss your chance to chow down on shrimp and stone ground grits, buttermilk pancakes, and a huge selection of omelets. The eatery will also have Bloody Mary and Mimosa specials. Call (501) 850-0265 to reserve your seat.

If you like the idea of celebrating the whole weekend, check out brunch at 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.

If you need a buffet in your life, visit So Restaurant-Bar. The Hillcrest staple will be offering a special Easter Brunch Buffet. Think stations galore – an omelet station, pancake station, Carved Prime Rib Station and plenty of other great selections. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call (501)663-1464 to make yours.

Ya Ya’s Euro Bistro – The West Little Rock eatery is almost full-up for their special Easter Buffet Brunch. Hours are extended from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and guests can expect items outside of the norm, including lamb and crab legs. Call to make sure you have a seat before heading out – (501)821-1144.

Boulevard Bistro – Catch Easter Brunch in the Heights. Call to make your reservation at (501)663-5949. If you don’t feel like dining in or cooking, Boulevard is offering to cook your entire Easter meal start to finish. Menus are available at the Heights location. Call for more details (501)663-5951.

Kemuri – Where else can you get Green Tea Pancakes in Rock City? Choose from an array of classics like Eggs Benedict or go with something more originals like the Kimchi Pancakes. Call (501)660-4100 to reserve your seat.

Del Frisco’s Grille – Take in special offerings from Prime Rib to the delectable festive Lemon Cake Jar for dessert. Call to save your seat (501)448-2631.


  • Ken

    Sadly it always seems to be the same few restaurants mentioned repeatedly. I’m going to something called the Castle on Stagecoach for Easter Brunch. No idea if it’s any good or not but the thought was that the kiddo would like to see the castle.


Where to Brunch this Easter Sunday