By Joel Furches

Easter Egg Hunts are rivaled by Easter Brunch as the most traditional and enjoyable events of this Springtime holiday. Many quality restaurants in Baltimore will be jumping on the event this year to offer you the best menus that they can in order to make certain you start your day off right with a good meal. For this Easter, consider these restaurants and the mouth-watering fare they will be offering as the highlight of your day.

Fogo De Chao Brazillian Steakhouse
600 E. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 528-9292

If you have never been to a Brazilian Steakhouse, you are in for a treat this Easter. Not only do they have a menu and the expected buffet, but Brazillian restaurants have a unique method of serving you. Servers rotate through the restaurant with trays and spits of piping hot, freshly grilled meat of every variety. If you flip your coaster to the green side, the server will stop at your table with the dish they are offering and you can tell them if you want it. Flip your coaster to the red side, and servers will leave you alone.

This Easter Sunday, Fogo de Chao in the Baltimore Inner Harbor will be offering its special brunch menu with special recepies for this holiday starting at 11 a.m. and running until 9 p.m.

Rusty Scupper
402 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 727-3678

While Rusty Scupper is mostly a walk-in joint, you will want to make reservations for its spectacular Easter brunch. Scupper will be rolling out special brunch items for the event, and still have the full menu of Scupper classics. Special seating will also be available in three different flavors, and if you want to enjoy Eastery goodness late in the day, consider checking out Scupper’s special Easter dinner menu featuring a selection of signature appetizers, entrees and desserts. If you are a seafood lover, coming to Scupper any time of the day on April 1st is a no-brainer. Because mixing holiday and breakfast fare in with its particular seafood items makes it the best thing you may do on your Spring break.

306 South High St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 727-0700

While Italian food isn’t exactly famous for breakfast offerings, the Italian restaurant Aldo’s is offering quite a spread for brunch this April 1st. No fooling. It shouldn’t be a shocking surprise that Aldo’s is putting the competition to shame this Easter, as the Zagat guide has it listed as one of the top Italian restaurants in Maryland, and Esquire Magazine went so far as to call it one of the best Italian Restaurants in America.

This Easter, you can expect Aldo’s to mix a few traditional breakfast items in with its signature Italian and seafood items on the menu, offering a food lover’s dream with the variety and always fine service that this location provides.

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Wit And Wisdom
200 International Drive.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 576-5800

Wit and Wisdom is its own, unique location, but its inside in the Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore. Swing by any time on Easter to experience the special menus and food stations it is rolling out for the occasion. Easter breakfast will be served a la carte from 7 to 9 a.m., but the main event is Easter brunch, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participate, and enjoy a make-your-own omelet station, a carving station, a raw bar, a sweet and savory crepe station, and, for desert, a roast-your-own s’mores station. The adults in the crowd can also enjoy bottomless mimosas for $14.

Spirit Cruises
561 Light St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 347-5552

If you want to make this Easter especially memorable, consider dining out on the bay. Always offering holiday events, this year Spirit Cruises is serving a delicious 3-course brunch buffet while cruising over the most scenic areas of the Baltimore harbor. If the sights and tastes aren’t enticing enough, Spirit is bringing in a DJ to serenade diners. And, of course, the kids can enjoy the special appearance being made by the Easter Bunny himself.

Related: Best Healthy Breakfasts In Baltimore


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