Best Easter Sunday Brunch Restaurants in the Boston Area – 2021


The holidays are a time to celebrate, come together, and enjoy the company of family and friends. Often the last thing you want to do is cook an all day meal. With outdoor dining open and many dining restrictions relaxed, eating Easter brunch at a restaurant is a great (and stress-free) way to celebrate the holidays. We bring you a list of restaurants offering an Easter brunch and dinner option in Boston.

Hive, South end

The Beehive hosts its annual brunch tradition, complete with live music. The South End staple offers a prix fixe brunch for $59.95 and a kids’ menu (for children under 10) for $19.95. Looking for dinner? From 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Beehive will offer an à la carte Easter brunch menu and Easter specialties for dinner.

Local 149south of boston

With both indoor and outdoor dining options, Local 149 offers unique comfort food and beverages perfect for your Easter brunch. With greens, sandwiches, burgers, and delicious entrees, it offers a wide variety of foods for brunch or dinner. After dining at the restaurant, walk a few blocks south for a stroll along the water.

Boston Harbor Hotel, Seaport

Brunch and view at the Boston Harbor Hotel. The three-course prix-fixe brunch is $75 for adults and $30 for children. Meals include crispy chicken breast, filet mignon or smoked salmon. For the kids, fried chicken wings, a burger, and delicious mac and cheese are a few options, along with a DIY cookie decorating dessert. Reservations are required in advance.

Atlantic Fishing Company, Rear bay

Located in the heart of the city on Boylston Street, Atlantic Fish Company is the perfect place for an Easter brunch and then a stroll around the neighborhood. The restaurant also offers outdoor seating, perfect for people watching and soaking up the sun. Some Easter brunch specials include a citrus-and-herb crusted roast pork meal for $30 and a whole Mediterranean sea bream for $34.

Sonsie, Rear bay

With open windows, al fresco dining and views of famous Newbury Street, Sonsie is the perfect spot for Easter brunch, dinner and dessert. Craft cocktails and international cuisine make this a delicious (and Instagrammable) spot for Easter.

Russel House Tavern, Cambridge

With brunch until 4 p.m. Friday to Monday, Russell House Tavern is one of the places to brunch in Cambridge. Nutella-stuffed French toast ($14), steak and eggs ($16), and smoked salmon and avocado toast ($15) are just a few of the tasty items on the menu.

And if you decide to order, we’ve got you covered too. Check out our top picks for restaurants offering take-out Easter meals in Boston!

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