As the Easter Bunny hippity-hops his way down the bunny trail, it’s time to start planning where you and your family will celebrate the eggcellent holiday. For Sunday brunch or dinner, these spots in Wisconsin are ready to give you an Easter to remember.
Executive Chef Nick Wirth has coordinated an incredible three-course brunch menu for Easter Sunday that will be available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bacchus in Milwaukee. The lineup is $55.95 per person and will feature items like brioche French toast, smoked salmon, lump crab cake, bread pudding and more goodies to enjoy in honor of the holiday. Reservations are highly recommended, and this menu will only be available on April 17.
To learn more about Bacchus, visit bartolottas.com.
Hop on over to Onesto in Milwaukee for an Italian-style Easter brunch complete with a specialty menu that will only be available for the holiday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are highly encouraged as space in the dining hall is limited, but guests are also able to place an order for pick-up or delivery with third-party apps to enjoy the fare from the comfort of their own home.
To learn more about Onesto, visit opentable.com.
Lake Lawn Resort
Join Lake Lawn Resort in its grand Geneva ballroom in Delavan for a hoppin’ Easter Sunday brunch. The fun will kick off with an Easter egg hunt at 9 a.m. followed by brunch with traditional favorites including a kid’s menu and bites like the Michigan blueberry pancakes, seared tri-tip and much more. The celebration will also feature an appearance from the Easter Bunny himself and complimentary photo-ops. The event is $60 per person.
To learn more about Lake Lawn Resort, visit lakelawnresort.com.
The Harbor House in Milwaukee is inviting locals and guests alike to the seafood destination for a three-course brunch special for the bunny day, including a menu for little ones too. The menu price varies depending on your course selection but features raw oysters, lobster eggs benedict, striped sea bass, prime rib, sweet bites and much more from both land and sea.
To learn more about Harbor House, visit bartolottas.com.
The Melting Pot
The Melting Pot in Madison will be hosting its Easter Sunday celebration with a special spring-inspired dinner menu featuring rich cheese fondue, fresh salads, dinner mains and, top it all off, a chocolate fondue course. The spot will be open from noon to 9 p.m. and will also be serving its traditional menu.
To learn more about the Melting Pot, visit opentable.com.
A three-course brunch awaits at Ristorante Bartolotta in Wauwatosa, with a luxury lineup featuring three-course options, including a menu for kids 12 and under. The prices vary depending on your course of choice but highlights mains like the uova alla benedettina, raviolo di caciotta con sugo, or for the little ones, toast alla francese (French toast), to name a few.
To learn more about Ristorante Bartolotta, visit bartolottas.com.