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Ah, Easter brunch. That glorious meal, the meal that is always an event, that can turn a Sunday into a fabulous occasion. Whether you’re hitting up Easter brunch after Church, before a day exploring the city, or as a cure for Easter eve celebrations, Chicago’s restaurants are pulling out all the stops for an Easter to remember. Grab your Easter Bonnet and get ready for a fun, festive, and decadent Easter in Chicago!

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Reservations are recommended at all establishments, because really, what VIP waits for a table?

The Florentine (151 West Adams Street)

Nothing tickles my fancy quite like the words buffet, mimosas and unlimited. You will get them all with an Easter brunch at The Florentine. Executive Chef Chris Macchia has all kinds of concoctions available to fill you up this Easter, including Panini, eggs to order, carved lamb, and half-shelled oysters. If you add the coffee and mimosas, this brunch will be a decadent delight.

Bistronomic (840 N. Wabash Avenue)

Three courses of fabulousness await your palette at Bistronomic. Executive Chef and owner, Martial Noguier, has prepared a lavish menu for all tastes as part of his Easter/Passover brunch. It includes many options from which to choose for each course, and you can add bottomless mimosas to your meal.

Wave (644 N. Lake Shore Drive)

In addition to the normal brunch delights at Wave, Chef Greg Elliot has a few more things up his billowy white sleeve for the holiday. These include carving and omelette stations, Beef-Barley soup, White Corn Grits, and a Smoked Salmon Platter with Cucumber Salad. Add your favorite brunch bevie and that killer lake view, and you’re celebrating Easter in style.

House of Blues Gospel Brunch (329 N. Dearborn Street)

The famous House of Blues Gospel Brunch has been sold out for weeks, but they're adding additional seating for the 3:00 service. Hallelujah! With a delicious buffest that focuses on southern comfort food, you can't go wrong with this entertainment and dining combination. Get your tickets now because they will go fast. 

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Tavernita (151 W. Erie Street)

At Tavernita, Chef Greg Bastien has prepared a menu that is guaranteed to satisfy your whole family’s stomachs. Featured menu items include Mini Burgers, Pork Belly Sliders, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Eggs Benedict, and Chilaquiles. An Easter brunch includes four of the featured items for the table to share, ensuring tasty togetherness.

Sixteen (401 N. Wabash Avenue)

This swanky spot in the Trump International Hotel has prepared an Easter extravaganza for the whole family. Chef Thomas Lents has developed a decadent spread in his chic establishment, while ensuring proper entertainment for brunch-ers of every age. There will be a petting zoo and Easter themed gifts for little ones as part of this all-out brunch affair.

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