The Best 2023 Easter Brunch Specials in Denver | Westword


The Best Easter Brunch Specials in Denver

Yes, there will be mimosas.
Chez Maggy is offering a prix fixe brunch menu for Easter.
Chez Maggy is offering a prix fixe brunch menu for Easter. Chez Maggy
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Hop on over to one of these hip spots for an epic Easter brunch on Sunday, April 9. From grand buffets to breakfast staples with a Colorado twist to fresh seafood platters, it's time for the biggest, brightest and most filling meal of the season. Make a reservation at one of these eateries — you might even find an Easter egg or two on the menu.
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Classic Colorado mountain views are on the menu at Stem Ciders' Acreage.
Acreage by Stem Ciders
1380 Horizon Avenue, Lafayette

Take refuge outside of the city by making a reservation for brunch at Acreage, which has plenty of outdoor seating, stellar mountain views and, of course, plenty of cider options. The restaurant opens at 11:30 a.m. and will be serving mouthwatering entrees like fire-roasted honey ham, lamb lollipops and a spring-themed vegetable quiche. Enjoy decadent sides such as scalloped potatoes, haricots verts with mint chimichurri and delicata squash, all while basking in the spring sunshine.

Blue Island Oyster Bar
2925 East Second Avenue
10008 Commons Street, Lone Tree
Head over to Blue Island for a seafood-centric Easter brunch celebration. Highlights include the salmon Oscar; prosciutto-wrapped jumbo sea scallops and wild Gulf shrimp; filet mignon medallions; and the wild Atlantic cracker-crusted fish and chips. It's also whipping up some brunch-only items like a seafood and asparagus scramble, New England scallop rolls and fresh fish taco platters. The raw bar will be open in both locations, and the brunch specific items end at 3 p.m.

Chez Maggy
1616 Market Street
Bring the flavor of France to your Easter celebration by having brunch prix fixe-style at Chez Maggy inside the Thompson hotel. For $68 a person ($34 for children twelve and under), Chez Maggy will offer unlimited visits to its viennoiserie and pastry buffet filled with treats like croissants, macarons, tea sandwiches, assorted quiches and more. Guests will also have their own choice of entree from a lineup that includes smoked salmon tartine, croque madame, trout almondine and spring vegetable cous cous. Top it all off by adding tableside mimosas for $14 or mimosa carafes for $40. Brunch will be available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Citizen Rail will have an Easter buffet.
Citizen Rail
Citizen Rail
1899 16th Street Mall
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., go down to the Hotel Born for a buffet spread full of culinary delights. Chef Christian Graves is dishing out options like an assorted seafood platter, chilaquiles and a smoked salmon Benedict. Citizen Rail will also have a build-your-own-omelet station, various breakfast meats and pastries, and much more. Make a reservation online to secure a spot; it's $80 per adult and $35 for kids twelve and under.

1455 California Street
Join Corinne at the Le Meridien Denver Downtown for its special Easter brunch buffet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feast on a variety of dishes including an herb-crusted prime rib; spinach and strawberry salad; basil Parmesan panko-crusted Ora King salmon; lemon harissa fire-roasted chicken; and eggs Benedict with Brush Creek Bourbon maple-braised pork belly. For dessert, enjoy the chocolate crunch bar, carrot cake or mango coconut cake. Reservations are required, and prices start at $95 for adults and $45 for children twelve and under.

Edge Restaurant and Bar
1111 14th Street
Welcome spring with an Easter brunch buffet at the Edge Restaurant and Bar in the Four Seasons. Edge is hosting an extensive range of options, including an egg buffet; a pasta station; a raw bar with oysters, shrimp and lobster; and a carving bar. Sip on the Spring Fling cocktail that Edge will be debuting just for Easter, which is made with grapefruit, gin, lemon and egg whites. Even better, kids will have their own buffet table with a dessert station, plus the chance to take a photo with the Easter Bunny. Prices start at $120 for adults and $50 for kids. Brunch at the Edge runs from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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Rooftop patio at the FIRE restaurant in the ART Hotel.
FIRE Restaurant at the Art Hotel
1201 Broadway
Start off Easter in style by reserving a spot at FIRE inside the Art Hotel. It's decking out its menu with delicacies like crab claws, oysters, shrimp, prime rib, made-to-order omelets and a dessert bar. For an additional charge, guests can add bottomless mimosas. Prices start at $70 for adults and $35 for kids ages five to twelve, and brunch will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Hilton Denver Inverness
200 Inverness Drive West, Englewood

Make Easter extra special by dining on the gorgeous Garden Terrace at the Hilton Denver Inverness from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests can revel in a scrumptious spread of buffet-style appetizers and entrees such as apple fennel glazed Easter ham and cumin-rubbed lamb loin. There will also be a raw bar and an omelet station, plus sweet options like the vanilla bean waffle bar and dessert display. For kids, there will also be an egg hunt, a balloon artist and face painting. Prices start at $136.48 for adults, $68.24 for children ages six to twelve; kids five and under eat free.
A platter of crab legs, oysters and shrimp at Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar.
Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar
Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar
Multiple Locations
You'll find a seafood feast at Jax Fish House, with starters like smoked salmon dip, lobster deviled eggs and a jumbo lump crab cake with Tabasco lemon aioli. Entrees include the crab cake Benedict, classic Benedict, and key lime curd French toast. All of the raw bar options will be available as well. Brunch starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m.

Jill’s Restaurant
900 Walnut Street, Boulder

Trek to Boulder and enjoy an elegant Easter Sunday at Jill's inside the St Julien Hotel & Spa. There will be two brunch seatings: 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. For $99 per person ($36 for kids four to twelve), dine on as much breakfast and lunch fare as you desire. This includes seafood paella, braised beef short ribs, a griddle station, raw bar, carving station and so much more. As a bonus, kids can participate in a massive egg hunt led by the Easter Bunny, which will be hosted twice during both seating times. Guests can also stop by the Tito's Bloody Mary bar and sip on bottomless mimosas, both of which are included in the price.

Le French Bakery & Cafe
4901 South Newport Street

Easter specials at this French restaurant in the Tech Center include carrot noisette, lemon blueberry crème brûlée and the Empress mojito. Le French's regular menu will also be available, with favorites like a buttered leek omelet, croque madame and herbed mushroom toast. Brunch reservations are available from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and can be made online.
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There will be plenty of Easter-themed specials at Local Jones.
Local Jones
Local Jones
249 Columbine Street
This restaurant inside the Halcyon Hotel in Cherry Creek is dishing out classic brunch offerings for Easter, like eggs Benedict, roasted lamb leg, hot cross buns and gougères. Indulge in a dessert tower that includes Local Jones's signature cinnamon roll, marshmallow Peep macarons, chocolate caramel Easter egg bon bons and carrot cakes. Guests can also add tableside mimosa service that includes a bottle of bubbly. Brunch starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m.

909 17th Street
The brunch buffet at Panzano inside the Hotel Monaco runs from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. and includes options such as Gulf shrimp, prime rib, lamb leg, snow crab legs, veal brasciole, banana bread French toast and miniature desserts. Kids have their own special menu, with choices like scrambled eggs, pancakes, banana French toast, and noodles with Alfredo sauce. Adults dine for $75, kids for $35. There are no reservations; brunch is first come, first served.
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Danielle Lirette
Que Bueno Suerte
1518 South Pearl Street
Reserve your spot at Que Bueno Suerte for a Mexican twist on some classic Easter brunch dishes, like roasted birria eggs Benedict with guajillo Hollandaise; chorizo sausage biscuits and gravy; and a warm cinnamon doughnut served with horchata. Brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

918 17th Street
Located inside the Renaissance Denver downtown, Range is serving its Easter brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Decadent options include a prime rib carving station, herb crusted leg of lamb, grilled salmon, an omelet station and more. Along with bottomless mimosas, it will also have a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and live music in the hotel lobby. Prices are $65 for adults and $35 for children ten and under.

1431 Larimer Street
Ring in spring with the Easter brunch menu at Rioja starting at 9 a.m. Along with the regular menu, you can enjoy specials like smoked salmon Benedict, a braised lamb omelet, duck confit hash, or a spinach and artichoke crepe. Top off your meal with the ricotta-moscato doughnut, which has whipped lemon mascarpone and balsamic glazed strawberries. Reservations can be made online.

Stoic & Genuine
1701 Wynkoop Street

Chef Jennifer Jasinski's Union Station seafood spot opens for Easter brunch at 10 a.m. Indulge in the challah French toast topped with strawberries, bananas and Chantilly cream, or a toasted everything bagel with smoked salmon, artichoke shmear and trout roe. It will also be serving a crab cake Benedict and avocado toast as well as its regular menu. Bonus: If the weather is nice, you can dine al fresco.
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Load up on options from the buffet at Urban Farmer.
Urban Farmer
Urban Farmer
1659 Wazee Street

Urban Farmer is going all out for its Easter brunch buffet, available from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $75 per person ($40 for children twelve and under). The celebratory feast honors the ultimate spring vegetable, asparagus. Expect grilled asparagus with smoky cowboy butter alongside lamb legs, prime rib and holiday-themed desserts like lemon meringue tart and carrot cake. Bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys can be added for $25. 
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