Where to Eat in Denver on Easter

Staff Writer
Here are the best restaurants in Denver for a spectacular Easter brunch
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Bistro Vendome will be featuring special brunch items this Easter Sunday.

Easter is just around the corner. It’s a time for celebration, family, friends, and… a lot of cooking for that special brunch! What if you just aren’t up to preparing that huge meal at home? The Daily Meal has you covered with 10 great spots where you can enjoy Easter brunch in Denver. Enjoy your favorite people and skip all the hard work of cooking and clean up.

DazzleJazz will feature an all-you-can-eat buffet filled with home-style comfort food. Cost is $18.95 for adults and $9.50 for children 10 and under. Dazzle offers a bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for and additional $10. Enjoy the Paris Takes Jazz Quartet while you peruse the buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Though Lola is known for its selection of over 200 tequilas, if you aren’t worried about having the traditional Easter foods, there is a great modern Mexican-influenced brunch menu. Most of the dining room, bar, and heated patio have a fantastic view to enjoy while sipping a Mexican mimosa and dining on blueberry lemonade pancakes, a lobster green chile omelette, or oyster shooters. Expect to spend between $8 and $16 per entrée.

YaYa’s Euro Bistro is named after one of the co-founders’ grandmothers. However, you’ll get more than just grandma’s cooking here. The menu is a combo of American, French, Italian and Greek dishes. For brunch, choose between the expansive buffet and traditional breakfast favorites à la carte. The buffet is $24.95 for adults and $13.95 for children aged six to 12. YaYa’s is also highly recognized as a James Beard Foundation featured restaurant and been awarded multiple awards from Wine Spectator.

Table 6 has been called one of the top 21 Best New Restaurants by Esquire Magazine; and has been met with rave reviews from Wine Spectator and 5280. The eclectic menu could really shake up Easter brunch. Innovative breakfast dishes like crumpets and pot roast with chili cream cheese hollandaise take their place alongside classics like French toast with butter and good ol’ maple syrup. Breakfast entrées run from $9.00 to $16.00.

Think a little outside the restaurant box and head over to The Inverness Garden Terrace for an elaborate brunch buffet at this upscale hotel. There will also be fun activities for the kids including a face painter, balloon artist, and an Easter egg hunt. The cost is $55.95 per adult and $25.95 for children aged six to 10.

The Downtown Aquarium Restaurant is hosting a “Breakfast with the Easter Bunny” event on Saturday April 19th from 8:30 to11am. Delight your children. A meal with the Easter Bunny combined with the aquarium attractions can’t be beat! The cost is $16.99 for adults and $10.99 for children four to 10.

For a high end dining experience visit 1515 Restaurant. This restaurant is focused on seasonal menus and sustainability. Chef Chuck James has designed a special spring menu, perfect for Easter Brunch. The menu will include traditional brunch foods, dinner entrées, and desserts. Crab Benedict, sous vide Colorado lamb, and American Kobe steak will delight dinners. A three-course brunch, an appetizer selection, brunch item, and dessert costs $30.

Bistro Vendome has been updated with local seasonal ingredients. Think about trying the quiche made with kale, roasted red pepper, caramelized onions, and smoked goat cheese. This, served alongside a baby greens and Brussels sprout salad and paired with a cappuccino, makes for a perfect Easter meal. Entrées range from $9 to $15.

Brittany Hill used to offer a great view but not much else. However, the restaurant was completely revamped in 2012 after being taken over by a new owner. The new and improved Brittany Hill has the same beautiful view, a fresh new look, and a brunch buffet with a large selection. The cost is $27.95 for adults and $13.95 for children.

Enjoy breakfast or an early brunch at the scenic The Ship Rock Grille after attending the Red Rocks sunrise Easter service at 6 a.m. The restaurant is built in-between two gigantic boulders and offers up close and personal view of the red rocks while you dine. Expect to spend about $20 per person.

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