After you take the kids to hunt Easter eggs, you’ll probably be chasing down some food. Brunch is good on any Sunday, but Easter brunch should be extra special, and these restaurants deliver the best Easter brunches in Gainesville.

Easter is a time to spend with family and friends. Come celebrate at Prime and Pearl, where they will be serving a special brunch menu from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well as their regular dinner menu. Make your reservation now and join for a delicious meal!

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Sweetwater Branch Inn

Sweetwater Branch Inn in Downtown Gainesville is known for its fantastic food, excellent service, and beautiful and relaxing atmosphere. A delectable and elegant Easter brunch for the entire family. In the gardens and hall, enjoy a brunch buffet, omelet bar, mimosas, desserts, and games. After brunch, pose for photos in the Victorian Easter Garden photo op and play garden games like corn hole and giant Jenga.
Adults: $57
Children aged 3 to 10 years old: $25
Brunch buffet, omelet bar, dessert bar, and one mimosa ticket are all included in the price of the ticket. Extra mimosas are $5 each.

Embers Wood Grill

For a decadent Easter brunch, head over to Ember’s Wood Grill. This restaurant always has special menus for holidays such as Valentine's Day and Easter. Shrimp and mango ceviche, bourbon-whipped sweet potatoes, duck breast cassoulet with kale, organic wood-grilled antipasto, and Belgian chocolate torte are just a few of the things on this extensive, luxurious menu. Ember Wood Grill will take reservations for Easter Sunday brunch, and the price for one person is $45.

Don't hesitate; make reservations for one of Gainesville's best Easter brunches now!
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