It's Easter and that means egg hunts, chocolate bunnies and you guessed it, Easter brunches! Reservations for Easter brunch in Savannah are quickly filling up. Take your family out for a nice meal and enjoy the local cuisine that Savannah has to offer this Easter Sunday.
The Savannah Riverboat Cruises host an annual Easter Sunday Brunch Cruise. For an hour and a half, you and your family can indulge in your favorite breakfast and lunch foods. After, your kids are invited to take pictures with the Easter Bunny for an Easter Egg surprise. Up on the top deck, there will be live narration by the Captain himself.
In Savannah’s City Market sits The Grove, a modern restaurant and rooftop bar with a casual atmosphere. On Easter Sunday, The Grove is offering a special Easter brunch from 11 am to 3 pm. In addition, there will be live music for a relaxing afternoon meal.
At The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa’s restaurant Aqua Star, a glamorous jazz brunch is thrown to celebrate Easter. From 10:30 am to 3 pm, you can enjoy the views of the Savannah River while drinking bottomless mimosas, eating extravengent food and being surrounded by holiday decor and ice carvings.
The Bohemian Hotel’s restaurant and bar, Rocks on the River, is offering a special Easter menu from 10 am to 2 pm on Easter Sunday. With a view of the Savannah River and a chic atmosphere, your family’s Easter brunch will be one to remember.
The Alida Hotel’s southern restaurant, Rhett serves local dishes in a laid back environment. Nestled on River Street, Rhett is offering an Easter brunch that is sure to fill you up and have you looking forward to your next meal there.
Paula Deen’s famous Lady & Sons restaurant is home to everyone’s favorite southern kitchen. The restaurant celebrates many holidays and Easter is no different. There will be a special Easter Sunday Buffet just for the occasion.
Other brunch places in Savannah include Huey’s Southern Cafe on River Street. Huey’s serves authentic New Orleans cuisines and have a massive brunch menu that is sure to have something that your whole family can enjoy.
Collins Quarter is a local favorite and serves Australian style cuisines. As a combination bar, restaurant, and cafe, it has a variety of options. It’s selection for brunch is offered all day long so there’s no rush to eat at a specific time.
The Funky Brunch Cafe on Broughton St. is open all morning till 2:30 pm and serves all your favorite brunch meals. The tables also have built-in griddles so you can cook your own pancakes and get the whole family involved.
The Foxy Loxy Cafe is a cafe and gallery located on Bull St. that makes for a unique place to relax. Brunch is served on Sundays only which makes it kind of exclusive and could be fun to try out this Easter Sunday.