Sacramento Restaurants Hosting Easter Sunday Brunch 2022


Cinnamon pancakes, topped with whipped cream cheese, are among the brunches on the Iron Horse menu. Iron Horse will host Easter brunch at its two locations in Folsom and downtown Sacramento.

Lezlie Sterling

Some Sacramento-area restaurants offer a varied menu for Easter brunch, ranging from eggs Benedict, a brunch staple, to filet mignon or cheese-stuffed bread.

If you plan to celebrate the holidays by having brunch on Sunday, there are still a few reservations available.

The fire station

1112 Second Street, Sacramento

The Old Sacramento Fire Station The Easter brunch includes a three-course menu. Customers can choose from Eggs Benedict, Filet Mignon, Roasted Skuna Bay Salmon, or Squash. Children under 12 enjoy a separate menu, including beef tenderloin, scrambled eggs or French toast with fresh berries.

Brunch costs $59.95 per person and $29.95 per child. You can make a reservation online or call 916-442-4772.


110 Diamond Creek Place, Roseville

Provence in Roseville also serves a three-course brunch for Easter Sunday. For $49 per person, you have a choice of strawberry and goat cheese salad, omelettes, smoked pork belly, chicken and waffles, or prime rib. Children ten and under have a special menu for $12, with their choice of pasta, waffles or chicken fillets.

You can make a reservation on OpenTable.

Iron Horse Tavern

1800 15th Street, Suite B Sacramento

460 Palladio Drive, Folsom

Iron Horse Tavern is hosting Easter Brunch at their Folsom and downtown locations. You can make a reservation online.

Solomon’s charcuterie

730 K Street, Sacramento

Brunches at Solomon’s charcuterie will be the first to experience the restaurant’s new khachapuri, a traditional Georgian bread stuffed with cheese and French toast. You can make a reservation on OpenTable.

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