Where to Savor Easter in Philadelphia 2024

Where to Savor Easter in Philadelphia 2024

Where to Savor Easter in Philadelphia 2024

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Philadelphia, PAWhere to Savor Easter in Philadelphia 2024 - Easter Sunday (March 31st) is the perfect time to gather with loved ones and treat yourself to a delicious meal full of springtime flavors. Philadelphia's dining scene bursts with options, from elegant brunches with all the trimmings to special dinners and even kid-friendly fun.

Your Guide to Festive Brunches, Dinners, and Fun

Brunch Delights

  • Chez Colette (Rittenhouse): This chic French restaurant at the Sofitel hotel is offering a lavish Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet. Expect a raw bar, decadent carving stations, and irresistible desserts.
  • The Olde Bar (Old City): Jose Garce's restaurant delivers Southern-inspired brunch favorites. Their Easter menu often features crab cake benedict, fried chicken and waffles, along with a special bubbly brunch tray.
  • Positano Coast (Old City & Society Hill): Enjoy Easter with a Mediterranean twist. Indulge in a bountiful brunch with Italian classics and special additions or opt for an elegant Easter dinner with their full menu available.
  • Amada (Old City & Radnor): Add a Spanish flair to your Easter brunch with authentic tapas at Amada. Savor shared plates ranging from croquetas to shakshuka, with seasonal specials for the occasion.

Dinner Celebrations

  • Urban Farmer (Logan Square): This modern steakhouse emphasizes locally sourced ingredients, offering mouthwatering Easter specials like prime rib and Lancaster Farms ham, alongside signature dishes and festive cocktails.
  • Forsythia (Old City): Celebrate with a decadent French prix-fixe dinner. This four-course menu offers refined choices like Wagyu beef tartare and pain perdu.

Family-Friendly Fun

  • Parc Rittenhouse (Rittenhouse): A Philadelphia classic, Parc is ideal for larger groups. Pick up pre-ordered boxes of hot cross buns or dine on their popular carrot cake.
  • Revolution Chop House (Valley Forge): An extensive Easter brunch buffet includes everything from deviled eggs to smoked salmon, with kid-friendly favorites like tri-color tortellini. After brunch, take a scenic walk in nearby Valley Forge National Park.
  • Frankford Hall (Fishtown): Enjoy a beer (for the adults) and a festive French cruller topped with sprinkles and a Peep.
  • Dolce Italian (Center City): Make brunch extra special with Easter-themed activities by PlayArts! Kids stay entertained with crafts and games while you feast.

Important Tips:

  • Reservations are essential! Easter dining is popular, so book your table well in advance.
  • Easter Extras: Some restaurants may offer Easter egg hunts or special activities for children. Inquire when making your reservation.
  • Explore!: Philadelphia is home to vibrant neighborhoods – try stepping outside your usual spots for a new Easter adventure!

May your Easter in Philadelphia be filled with delicious food, good company, and a sprinkle of holiday magic!

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