Sunday is Easter and if you’re just now making plans for brunch, you’d best be getting a move on. Some of the more popular Madison eateries are selling out quickly so choose a spot from our list and give them a call. We queried our clients, friends and families about their favorite Easter brunch spots and you’ll find the results below.
Granite City Food & Brewery
Granite City is serving brunch from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday. Carved prime rib, Grand Marnier® glazed ham, salmon béarnaise, pasta, turkey and more will be offered, as will a custom omelet bar. You’ll pay $23.95 for adults, $7.95 for kids age six to 12 and those younger than five eat free.
72 W Towne Mall
The Edgewater’s Easter brunch in The Grand Ballroom is sold out but they are still taking reservations in The Statehouse. Offering a four-course prix fixe menu, make your reservations now by calling (608) 535-8230
1001 Wisconsin Place
The Great Dane
Make reservations at the Fitchburg, Eastside Madison or Hilldale Great Dane location for a fabulous Easter brunch buffet. The Eastside location will seat their last guest at 1 p.m. while Fitchburg and Hilldale serve from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Prices are the same at all three: $24.95 for adults, $9.95 for children age six through 12. Kids under 5 eat free.
2980 Cahill Main, Fitchburg
876 Jupiter Dr., Madison
357 Price Place, Madison
Madison Concourse Hotel
Circ, at the Madison Concourse Hotel, is doing it up grand this Easter. The entrée station will offer garlic and black pepper prime rib, yogurt curry roasted leg of lamb, smoked pit ham and cooked to order eggs and omelets. Other stations include pancakes, salads, fruit and more. Prices for seniors (60 years of age and older) are $35, other adults will pay $39, kids ages four through 12 eat for $12 and those younger than 3 eat free.
1 W. Dayton St.
The award-winning Liliana’s in Fitchburg fires up its buffeast from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Enjoy honey roasted ham, bacon, jambalaya, eggs, shrimp and grits and lots more. Adults will pay $29, it’s $15 for children ages two through 12 and the wee ones, under 2, eat free.
2951 Triverton Pike Dr. Fitchburg
Fresco’s three-course menu this Sunday is amazing. Entrees include classic egg breakfast, quiche with asparagus, mushrooms and gouda (comes with a salad), huevos rancheros, nicoise salad, a burger or buttermilk-fried chicken sandwich. Then there are all the other goodies to go along with them. Brunch is served from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and it’s priced at $30 per preson, kids eat from the children’s menu for $10.
227 State St.
Avenue Club and The Bubble Up Bar
If you’re trying to give your pocketbook a break this Easter, check out what’s being offered at Avenue Club and The Bubble Up Bar – a pancake bar, with all-you-can-eat, for only $11.95 per person. Back that up with the Build-Your-Own-Bloody-Mary bar and you’ll have the ideal Sunday brunch. You’ll also find an assortment of egg dishes, sandwiches and more.
1128 E Washington Ave.
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