Where to Brunch Right this Easter Sunday
Welcome to Portland. Grab a mimosa and get ready to brunch. It’s what we do here- holidays included. Check out this list of brunch spots to help you do Easter the Portland way.
For the jazz lovers, Southfork is your Easter Brunch destination. From 10AM to 1PM this highly rated restaurant will have live jazz to accompany brunch seekers this Sunday.
You may think that a prohibition themed bar and Easter brunch don’t go together, but Circa 33 proves otherwise. With cocktail and food menus inspired by 1930s America, Circa 33 offers a great balance of atmosphere, class, and brunch dishes.
For something a tad more formal, Bluehour is serving a special brunch menu for Easter this year. Located in the Pearl District, this is an ideal three course brunch experience for the holiday.
As an alternative to Bluehour, check out 23Hoyt for a four course sophisticated yet casual dining option. This popular Easter spot is sure to provide satisfying for any brunch fan.
You can’t go wrong heading to one of the Northwest’s most beloved seafood and brunch spots. Whether you’re looking for a classic brunch menu or something unique and special, Salty’s has variety enough for everyone.