Best Spots for Easter Brunch in Scottsdale
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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but brunch may be the most fun. Think about it, if you sleep in and miss your breakfast window, you can still eat something that would typically be classified as a breakfast item as long as you call it brunch. Heck, I am willing to say that you can enjoy some pancakes or a bomb eggs benny as late as 2 pm, and as long as it’s brunch it would still be deemed normal. It’s a genius loophole. Bonus, you can drink at brunch. So it also goes the other way, you want a bloody mary or a mimosa at 11 am? Put the order in; you are having brunch. Try to avoid having shots at brunch; you’re not an animal.
Look; you follow our site (thank you) so I am most likely not telling you anything that you don’t know. You are an enlightened cat and know your way around a brunch loophole. But with Easter coming up this weekend we thought that we would throw out a list of some places that you may want to venture to for an extra special Easter brunch in Scottsdale. Oh, one quick tip, though, since Easter Sunday is pretty much the Super Bowl Sunday of brunches you may want to make a reservation. I know, it forces you to commit to eating at a certain time on a Sunday. But remember, it’s brunch, so you have a big window. Besides, what would Jesus do? I’ll tell you; he would definitely make a reservation and order a sangria.
Here is our list of some of the best spots to get Easter brunch in Scottsdale:
A Brunch of Details: Not only will classic breakfast favorites be present, but B&B specialties will also be available. Belgian Waffles, Build Your Own Omelet with Farmers Market-Fresh vegetables and more, an expansive fruit selection will feature Chef’s favorite parfaits. Executive Chef Jimmy Hernandez, formerly of the beloved Monti’s La Casa Vieja, features his herb-roasted Prime Rib carving station, juicy, smoked honey ham, with all of the trimmings. Be a chef for the day and build your own creation, whether it be at the pasta station featuring something to suit everyone’s craving or the pastry display with sweets for the whole family. Cost is $49 for adults and $15 for children. Easter egg hunts for the kids on the (pet-friendly) outdoor patio at 11 am and at 1 pm, with the Easter Bunny presiding. Check out our Video Review
A Brunch of Details: If you want a neighborly Easter brunch, head to The Henry for what will be an Arcadia Easter Sunday Celebration. The Henry’s a la carte features include Blue Crab Quiche, Flower Child Scramble, and Caramel Apple French Toast among many other delicious plates. Pop over for an Easter Sunday spent with family and friends. Check out our Video Review
A Brunch of Details: They will be serving up specialty omelets, breakfast quesadillas, seared salmon, gourmet hot sandwiches, and many other Arcadia Farms’ house specialties. Top it off with white sangria, mimosas, peach Bellini’s, fresh iced teas and coffee, alongside a coconut Baby Cake or one of our other decadent desserts.
A Brunch of Details: In addition to their regular menu Topgolf will be offering a free Easter themed gift, cotton candy & a complimentary picture with the Easter Bunny to the first 200 kids playing Topgolf. Ages 12 and under. In case, you didn’t read that correctly, FREE cotton candy! Check out our Video Review
A Brunch of Details: You ready for this? ZuZu is having Easter brunch and dinner from 6 am to 10 pm. Savor a delicious brunch at the Hotel Valley Ho. Guests have the option of ordering brunch specials or choosing from the seasonal menu. A Bloody Mary Mimosa Bar will be available from 9 am to 3 pm. The Easter Egg Hunt will start promptly at 9 am on the ZuZu patio and features special prizes. The chefs at ZuZu also have a savory dinner menu in store, and dessert is served all day long!
A Brunch of Details: Touted by local (and national) food critics for its mouthwatering cuisine, the chefs at The Royal Palms Resort and Spa’s dining venue T. Cook’s are arranging an exquisite Easter brunch for its favorite locals. The spread begins with a starter buffet filled with fresh fruit, fire-roasted veggies, fish, pastas, mixed greens and artisan bread, then moves onto main entrees ranging from buttermilk pancakes topped with blueberry compote to braised short ribs.
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