Easter is on April 1st this year (thats no joke!) and we’ve rounded up some great options for Easter dining. Brunch or dinner, we’ve got you covered. Enjoy your time with family and let someone else do the cooking.
Reservations are recommended.
Easter Brunch Options in Phoenix
MATCH Restaurant and Lounge (brunch 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM)
- Soft Poached Eggs $14 – Crab cake, arugula, and Fennel hollandaise
- Spinach, leek, and Gruyere Quiche $12 – Seasonal mixed Lettuces and marinated tomatoes
- Grilled Lamb chops with mint chutney $30 – Spring vegetable and new potato fricassee
- Spring chicken with Rosemary and charred lemon $24 – Sweet peas, asparagus, pancetta
Southern Rail will celebrate with an Easter Brunch where patrons can enjoy Chef Beckett’s beloved brunch items including Red Velvet Pancakes, Croque Monsieur, and Bread Pudding French Toast.
Market Street Kitchen (Brunch: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.)
- Mascarpone-stuffed French Toast topped with berry jam, $13
- Crispy Pork Belly Eggs Benedict, $15
- Breakfast Quiche, $12
- Golden Beet Salad tossed with pistachio vinaigrette, goat cheese, arugula, and almonds, $13
Tavern Americana (brunch starts at 10:00 am)
- Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, $11
- Pink Grapefruit Brûlée with cane sugar, $4
- Bagel and Lox featuring an everything bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese, tomato caper, and red onion, $14
- Huevos Rancheros with crispy corn tortilla, sunny side up eggs, charred tomato salsa, and black beans, $13
- Bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys, $12
For the kids:
- Chocolate Chip Pancakes, $7
- Oatmeal with brown sugar or berries, $7
- Kid’s Breakfast Burrito with bacon or sausage, $7
Ko’sin at Sheraton Grand Wild Horse Pass (brunch is served 9 am – 3 pm)
brunch: $80 per adult, $72 for seniors (65+) and $38 for children ages 12 and under.
Guests can enjoy a crêpe and pancake bar, gourmet omelet station, a variety of cutting board classics such as pineapple glazed pit ham and entrées that include roasted lamb shoulder and sweet potato hash. Conclude your dining experience with your choice of sweet treats, among the offerings are roasted strawberry cheesecake shots, carrot cake verrines, butterscotch pudding and bird’s nest cupcakes.
Fat Ox (brunch served 10 am – 2 pm)
Brunch: $85++ per person, or $25++ for children aged 7 – 12.
Handcrafted by Chef Matt Carter, Fat Ox’s first-annual Easter Brunch kicks off with a classic antipasto buffet brimming with the finest imported cheeses, meats and veggies, paired with fresh-baked Tammie Coe breakfast breads. Then choose your own entrée from Chef Matt Carter’s personal selection of his favorite Italian brunch fare (see below). And then finish in refined style with Fat Ox’s decadently delicious dessert and pastry bar.
Elements, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa (brunch served 10:30 am – 2:30 pm)
Brunch will feature a delectable three-course prix fixe menu, including starters such as sweet corn and lobster chowder with leeks, potatoes, smoked bacon, chives and house made oyster crackers; chicken fried benedict with a buttermilk biscuit, poached egg, sausage gravy and Louisiana hot sauce; and roasted mushrooms and goat cheese tart with charred fennel, frisée, preserved lemon and balsamic chili glaze. Guests can delight over entrees like duck confit and sweet potato raviolis with broccoli rabe, smoked tomato jam and parmesan cream, and a spring vegetable frittata with roasted peppers, ricotta cheese, English peas and piquillo pepper sauce. Sweet-tooth cravings will be satiated with lemon meringue bombe, strawberry upside-down cake, chocolate caramel tart, and trio of sorbets.
$85 per person and $30 for children 12 and younger
Easter Dinner Options in Phoenix
Beckett’s Table (dinner begins at 4:00 pm)
- Easter deviled eggs colored with saffron, beets and spinach, complete with “peas and carrots” garnish priced at $2 per egg.
- Mcclendon Asparagus with chopped egg, confit tomatoes, pancetta, and roasted garlic cream priced at $12.
- Half-off bottles of Arizona wine will also be available.
Market Street Kitchen (Dinner: 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.)
- Rotisserie Fennel-crusted Rack of Lamb topped with Madeira sauce, heirloom baby carrots, and scallop potatoes au gratin, $32
- Wild Striped Bass with roasted orange fennel tomato confit with fresh basil and olives, $28
Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse (dinner begins at 5 pm)
- Garlic-crusted Smoked Prime Rib with Red Bliss smashed potato and honey-glazed baby carrots, $36
- Pan Seared U-10 Scallops with confit fingerling potatoes and roasted baby beets, $28