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    Easter Sunday is approaching.  It's a holiday that brings out ample amounts of charm and flair from those that celebrate it.  For the older, more seasoned individuals, this is a day when the stakes are raised for one's “Sunday best": the brighter and more impossibly-coordinated your outfit is, the better.  At the more innocent end of the spectrum, there are the scattered screaming children (with insatiable appetites for all things sugary-sweet) searching for decorative eggs that were probably painted, spruced, and bedazzled the night before.  In between the elders and the egg hunters, there are those who must be dragged out of bed and coerced into wearing something “presentable” to partake in the day’s events. Then, there are the rest of us heathens that need the promise of a mimosa to get us through. 

    While all may view Easter Sunday in different ways, there is one thing that all can look forward to and enjoy together:  Easter brunch.  Without further ado, in no particular order, here are some great local restaurants serving up their own Sunday best on March 27 in Louisville. 


    1. Varanese

    2106 Frankfort Avenue, 40206
    11:30 a.m.
    (502-) 899-9904
    Cost varies

    Image: Varanese

    Varanese is opening early this Easter Sunday to provide you with a special Easter brunch menu. They’re dishing out home-style deviled eggs topped with two-year-old Prosciutto ham, shrimp bisque with fried shrimp toast, crab cake with poached egg benedict, bourbon barrel-smoked Hot Browns, and tons of other mouthwatering plates. Take advantage of the $7 special for mimosas or Bloody Marys - no one will look down on you for wanting to get a little buzz to get through the Easter festivities. Check out the full menu here. Reservations are recommended for this one, so put your name in early!


    2. LouVino

    1606 Bardstown Road, 40205
    10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
    (502-) 365-1921
    Cost varies 


    Did someone say bottomless mimosas? LouVino did! For $10 you can drink, drink, drink all Sunday long! Well, almost. There is a two-hour seating limited, but hey, that sounds like a challenge to me. They’re taking reservations for three different select times, so get in while you can. Also, pancake tacos - they have them, filled with bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, cheese, and spiced maple dipping sauce. They’re also serving stuffed French toast, lamb and eggs, and chicken biscuit sliders. See their full menu here


    3. Bristol Bar & Grille

    All Locations
    9:30 - 3:00 p.m.
    Adults: $21.95, Kids (4-11): $7.95


    A buffet-style brunch is perfect for large families going out this Sunday. With five different locations streaching across both sides of the river, this brunch is easily accessible and bountiful. Their buffet will include scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, grits, biscuits and gravy, and Belgian waffles as well as pastries, pasta, fresh vegetables, fried chicken, and roast beef. 


    4. Brasserie Provence

    150 North Hurstbourne Parkway, 40222
    11:00 - 2:00 p.m.
    (502-) 883-3153

    Adults: $35, Kids (under 12): $15


    Brasserie Provence's three-course brunch will put a little French into your Easter celebration.  Choose from appetizers, entrees, and desserts all inspired by classic French cuisine. Check out the whole menu here


    5. Proof on Main

    702 West Main Street, 40202
    10:00 - 2:00 p.m.
    (502-) 217-6360

    Cost varies


    Proof on Main is offering a three-course prix fixe menu of farm-fresh dishes that “leave foraging for the bunnies.” The menu includes Chef Mike Wajda’s holiday special, Rabbit Cannelloni. Reserve your table now; there are only a few spots left! 


    6. Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant

    2421 Engle Road, Starlight, IN, 47106
    11:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    (812-) 923-5255
    Adults: $19.99, Kids: $9.99


    The sunny side is doing Easter Sunday the traditional way! Joe Huber's Family Farm and Buffet will be having all the country fixings: fried chicken, Huber Honey Ham, real mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, corn, chicken & dumplings, fried biscuits with apple butter, slaw, and broccoli salad. Plus, they're hosting Kentuckiana’s largest Easter egg hunt, too


    7. Bourbon Raw

    446 South Fourth Street, 40202
    11:00 - 4:00 p.m.
    (502-) 568-9009

    Cost varies 


    This Southern-inspired raw bar on Fourth Street is offering up $15 pitchers of Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas, $10 build-your-own omelets, and $1 oysters. I’d say you could go ahead and put all your eggs in one basket at Bourbon Raw


    8. RIVUE Restaurant Lounge

    140 North Fourth Street, 40202
    (502-) 568-4239
    10:00 - 4:00 p.m.
    Adults: $52, Kids (4-10): $20

    Image: RIVUE

    RIVUE has arguably the best view of downtown Louisville and the Ohio River out of any restaurant, so it's perfect for taking out-of-town relatives. This restaurant on top of the Galt House has “a view to ‘dine’ for,” and their taking Easter Brunch to new heights (literally). Their brunch features prime rib and leg of lamb carving stations, fresh made omelets, and Belgian waffles. The Easter Bunny is even going to hop around for photo ops! Check out their entire menu here


    9. Eddie Merlot’s

    455 South Fourth Street, 40202
    (502-) 584-3266

    10:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    Adults: $39.95-$49.95, Kids (under 12): $14.95

    Eddie Merlot’s is celebrating the bounty of Spring with a more-than-bountiful Easter Brunch buffet. Made-to-order omelets, fresh salads, shrimp cocktail, their famous Macaroni and Cheese, and carving stations with prime beef and Applewood-smoked ham are just the beginning of this menu


    10. The Spirit of Jefferson

    401 West River Road, 40202
    (502-) 574-2992
    12:30 - 3:00 p.m.
    Adults: $40, Seniors: $39, Kids(4-12): $26


    Why not cruise on down the river this Sunday and enjoy brunch on a historic steamer? The Easter Bunny is on board, as well as a scrumptious brunch buffet, and live music. This two-hour cruise requires ticket so snag a pair


    11. Napa River Grill  

    1211 Herr Ln, 40222
    10 - 2 p.m.
    (502-) 423-5822
    Adults: $18.95, Kids (under 12): $9.45

    Enjoy Easter Brunch buffet-style at this relaxed upscale restaurant with a California twist.  Options include all-you-can-eat pancakes and French toast.  You can also get in touch with your culinary creativity, and build your own omelet (which is always a treat).  It also begs to be mentioned that Napa River Grill will be serving a savory "Alfredo Hot Brown Casserole."  

    12. BLU Italian Grille

    280 West Jefferson Street, 40202
    10:30 - 2 p.m.
    (502-) 671-4285

    $39 per person, Kids (4-12):$19

    Enjoy an Easter brunch complete with live jazz and bottomless mimosas at BLU Italian Grille.  Get a meal that will offer omelets, eggs benedict, and house-made pastas…and did we mention bottomless mimosas?  Just in case we didn’t, there will be bottomless mimosas.

    13. Cornerstone Hall 

    1500 E R C Morris Dr, Salem, IN 47167
    11:30 - 2 p.m.
    (812-) 620-7291


    For Southern Indiana brunchers, visit Cornerstone Hall for a buffet and salad bar featuring smoked pork loin, smoked chicken, hashbrown casserole, homemade roles, sweet tea, desserts, and all the fixin's. Large groups can be accommodated. Cash or check only, 

    14. The Oakroom​

    500 South Fourth Street, 40202
    10 - 2 p.m.
    (502-) 807-3463

    Adult: $60, Kids (5-12): $35

    The Oakroom at the Seelbach Hilton is inviting all to dine like royalty during their “Easter Royal Brunch.” They say this brunch is worthy of the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and John F. Kennedy. Chef Nick Sullivan and his team offer a menu that fluctuates seasonally, but always presents classic American cuisine with a touch of flair that reflects the rich history of The Oakroom.

    15. River House Restaurant and Raw Bar

    3015 River Road, 40202
    11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
    (502-) 897-5000

    Cost varies 

    Another restaurant brought to you by Chef John Varanese, River House boasts a beautiful view of the Ohio River for your dining pleasure.  Open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays, this new restaurant is located right by the Louisville Water Tower Park, and has a mouth-watering lunch menu with six different kinds of Po’ Boy sandwiches (including a turkey hot brown) that are ready to be demolished.  The River House also has a Raw Bar, so you can indulge in oysters, chilled jumbo shrimp, or king crab legs.

    16. Con Huevos

    ​2339 Frankfort Avenue, 40206
    8 - 2:30 p.m.
    (502-) 384-3027

    Cost varies

    Treat yourself and your family to some great Mexican cuisine in the inviting and relaxed atmosphere at Con Huevos. They will be serving their normal brunch menu, which features a breakfast torta, classic huevos rancheros with homemade salsa ranchera, and homemade tamales with roasted chicken and poached eggs. 

    17. Village Anchor

    11507 Park Road, 40223
    10:30 - 3 p.m. 
    (502-) 708-1850
    Cost varies

    This brunch menu at The Village Anchor offers a French toast that's brioche bread-layered with strawberry cream cheese, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, candied pecans, and Vermont maple syrup.  While that dish alone should be enough to fully entice anyone, you can also choose from Grilled Filet Mignon to a variety of other signature dishes.
    Happy Easter and happy brunching!
    Article written by Katie Molck and Christopher Gray
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