Chocolate shaped eggs stuffed with cream, marshmallow ducks and extravagant brunches are just a few of the reasons food lovers can get excited about Easter! Here are a few options for where to feast this Easter Sunday! Make your reservations before they fill up.
Whitney Peak Hotel, 255 N. Virginia St.
$24 Coursed Menu | $32 Coursed Menu with sparkling wine or mimosas
The Whitney Peak’s fine dining establishment has a delicious course menu for Easter Sunday. The 3-course menu comes with a baked goods basket, a fruit “martini” with strawberry cream cheese with banana bread croutons, and a brunch course with choices from apricot granola hotcakes to crab & artichoke benedict.
Atlantis Hotel, 3800 S. Virginia St
Buffet Brunch $64.95 Adult, $18.95 Children
The Atlantis has Easter festivities happening at all their in house restaurants, but our mouths are watering for the gourmet buffet at the Grand Ballroom. Guests can feast on brunch classics including made to order pancakes and omelets, scrumptious carved meats like maple-glazed ham and beef Wellington, and a seafood selection with king crab and jumbo prawns.
17 S. Virginia St.
$35 Coursed Menu
Celebrate Easter alongside the rushing Truckee River. Wild River Grille is offering a three-course Easter Brunch. They’ll be serving up biscuits and gravy, bone-in ham steak and strawberry shortcake for dessert! Add $10 for bottomless mimosas!
160 West Liberty Street
Want your Easter Brunch with a side of art? Head to Chez Louie inside the Nevada Museum of Art. They’re serving up their French-inspired fare alongside live music, house-made pastries, smoked seafood, and carving stations!
$36.99 Adults, $17.99 Children
The spread at Eldorado’s buffet has something for the whole family to enjoy. Dig in on snow crab legs, lobster and roast prime rib! They’ll also be serving up their famous mushroom ravioli with porcini cream sauce(you’ll be dreaming about it after).