5 Best Places for Easter Brunch in the Capital Region
What could be better than Easter brunch with the family?
Easter is this Sunday, April 16, and there are so many ways to get festive right here in the Capital Region– especially if you’re hosting + don’t particularly feel like cooking breakfast for 12…
So after you’re done decorating eggs, enjoy your time with family and check out these 5 best places to get Easter brunch in the Capital Region-
This Easter brunch is so good that it’s already sold out. However, there is a waiting list in case of a cancellation, which you should hop on now if the Desmond is your #1 choice. If you missed out on brunch, there are still tables available for Easter dinner.
I can’t say enough good things about Cafe Madison. This cute cafe has tons of great breakfast and lunch food, plus plenty of tasty options for vegans/vegetarians! This popular joint fills up quick, though — make sure you call ahead!
Glen Sanders Mansion
This Scotia establishment is so fancy! Meals are on the pricier side, so you might want to consider that depending on your group’s size. Their menu looks delicious– everything you could want from a brunch place! Make a reservation while there are still tables available.
Perreca’s is famous for its bread. Now imagine that bread as french toast. Are you sold yet? It’s also next to the bakery. How about now? According to Trip Advisor users, Perreca’s can handle a table of 12 with grace, and is a great option for brunch. Call ahead at 518-372-1875.
Blue Ribbon Restaurant & Bakery
Blue Ribbon’s breakfast lasts all day, so don’t worry– you can sleep in a little! There are so many tasty options here, and plenty of ways to customize your meal + tailor it perfectly to you. And hey, isn’t there just something about a diner?