Bunches of Brunches – Have You Made Easter Reservations?

There are quite a variety of traditions that people who celebrate Easter do to make the day special. Some spend time with family or friends, having fun with egg hunts, chocolate bunnies, and baskets filled with candy. Another popular way to spend time together is the grand Easter Brunch – it’s a big deal for many people, so we have compiled a list of some local places to try if you are going to dine out.

The Saint Paul Hotel

350 Market Street, St. Paul
Reservations 651-228-3860

If you’re looking for an over the top, traditional Easter Brunch, the historic Saint Paul Hotel is perfect for you! Easter Brunch is served in the ballroom, where the chefs create an all you can eat feast! Brunch on Easter Sunday will be served from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm, there is up to two hours of free parking at the Lawson Ramp. Bring the entire family to enjoy the Easter Bunny, Easter Baskets and lots of spring like feelings during this holiday event!

Dixie’s On Grand

695 Grand Ave., St. Paul
Reservations: 651-222-7345

Dixie’s On Grand offers a southern take on Easter Brunch serving a variety of traditional and southern brunch items. They also have a Dessert Table with a chocolate fountain! The price of brunch also includes Complementary Champagne or Mimosas. After brunch, you can stroll along Grand or Summit Avenue to walk off all that good food!

Cahill Diner

6504 Cahill Avenue, Inver Grove Heights

If you’re looking for a cozy, low key place for Easter Brunch, the Cahill Diner is the perfect spot for you. They offer a variety of breakfast and dinner items in a real “diner” atmosphere. The prices are reasonable and they are open at 7:00 am just in case the kids were up at the crack of dawn to find their baskets!


1318 Sibley Memorial Highway, Mendota

Axel’s is located in the Historic Village of Mendota and features high quality American cuisine. Their brunch menu is available from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and offers some great signature items like the House made caramel rolls and Prime Rib Hash!

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