Easter Brunch in Chicago

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Easter Sunday is hopping up on us in a few days! And one thing that’s always guaranteed to be a tradition is Easter brunch. So gather your family together and head out to the Windy City for a delicious taste of local cuisine. Whether it’s traditional breakfast faire or the unusual, the city offers something for every taste.


No need to start Googling which restaurants have special Easter hours and menus—we’ve got you covered! All you need to worry about is where the Easter Bunny hid your basket this year.


Spirit of Chicago Easter Cruise

Celebrate Easter along Lake Michigan aboard the Spirit of Chicago! After boarding at Navy Pier, enjoy a plentiful buffet loaded with American brunch classics along with interactive emcee entertainment, dancing and even an appearance by the Easter Bunny himself. With endless views and tons of fun, the Spirit of Chicago Easter Cruise is easily one of the most unique brunch experiences Chicago has to offer!


Riva Crabhouse on Navy Pier

Are you more of a land person? You can still enjoy a delicious brunch and fantastic lakefront views. Fresh seafood, including oysters and an ambient display of shellfish, will be showcased along with a chef attended omelet station, carving station, fresh fruit, desserts and a variety of sides.


Markethouse Restaurant

This American contemporary restaurant uses fresh, locally grown seasonal herbs, produce, meat and poultry in their dishes as well as fresh, regional, specialties from around the globe. Enjoy specialty brunch faire like ricotta, Meyer lemon waffles, Swan Creek omelets (made to order), smoked port shank benedict and more.


House of Blues Gospel Brunch

Not only is there an amazing buffet filled with southern comfort food like cornbread muffins with maple butter, pecan caramel sticky buns, homemade macaroni and cheese, jambalaya and more, this brunch also includes inspiring gospel performances that will have everyone up on their feet. This world famous brunch sells out fast, so get your tickets now.



Who says you have to stick with your standard eggs and pancakes at brunch? At Mercadito Chicago, you can enjoy traditional Mexican brunch favorites like Chilaquiles or Huveos Rancheros. Not much of a Mexican eater while the rest of your family is? Not to worry—they offer the classic American options, too.


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Spirit of Chicago Easter Cruise

Navy Pier




Riva Crabhouse on Navy Pier

700 E. Grand Avenue




Markethouse Restaurant

611 N. Fairbanks Court




House of Blues Chicago

329 N. Dearborn




Mercadito Chicago

108 W. Kinzie Street






Majestic Hotel

This hotel has lots of charm with its comfortable, delightful atmosphere of an upscale English manor, amidst the energetic city life of the bustling Lakeview neighborhood. 528 West Brompton, Chicago, IL 60657. 773.404.3499.



The Willows Hotel

The moment you arrive, you’ll feel the effortless charm of a French country home, accented by our 19th century-style furnishings and the warm welcome of our friendly staff. 555 West Surf, Chicago, IL 60657. 888.779.1904.



City Suites Hotel

A sleek, retro property characterized by its unique Art Deco style. 933 West Belmont, Chicago, IL, 60657, 773.404.3400.