This article has been updated for 2014. Please click here to go to the new post.
As many of you may know, I write a post every year about where one could go out for Thanksgiving in Bucks and nearby- and it is one of the most popular posts of the year. So here is a listing of restaurants offering Easter brunch and/or dinner. I’m sure there are other places offering nice meals, so if you know of them, please let me know and I’ll add them to the post. Also, as I find out more, I’ll update this list. Easter is Sunday, April 24 this year.
These are in alphabetical order with any interesting details I could find.
Have a wonderful holiday!
The Brick Hotel at 1 East Washington Ave. in Newtown will offer brunch starting at 9:30 am and going until 4:00 pm (last seating at 3 pm). A full brunch including Waffle Station with Fresh Berries, Baked Banana Fosters Bailey infused French Toast, Bagels & Croissants, Salads, Freshly Prepared Omelets & Eggs Benedict, and a Carving Station with Prime Rib, Glazed Country Spiral Ham and much more. Price for adults is $33.95 and for children (ages 3-10), $15.95. Click here for more menu details and call 215.860.8313 for reservations.
Hamilton’s Grill Room is serving an Easter buffet brunch from noon to 4 pm. The prix fixe menu includes house cured gravlax, a seafood bar, wild mushroom soup, roast beef, lamb, ham and desserts. Cost is $40 per person. Call 609.397.4343 for reservations. Hamilton’s is in Lambertville at 8 Coryell St.
La Stalla Restaurant in Newtown has an extensive Easter Sunday Buffet Brunch, seating from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. $24.95 for Adults. $12.95 for Kids. Non-alcoholic beverages are included, and $5.00 Brunch Cocktails. Easter Dinner seatings are from 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Visit their website for menus, call 215.579.8301 for reservations and email them at Family@lastallarestaurant.com.
Mother’s Wine Bar & Restaurant in New Hope will be serving their regular a la carte breakfast menu on Easter morning from 10 am – 2 pm, and, in addition to their regular dinner menu, a $24.95 Easter dinner menu starting at 11 am until 7 pm including Traditional Glazed Baked Ham, Herbed Grilled Lamb Chops, Crabcakes, Slow Roasted Prime Rib and $5 Mimosa Specials. You can reach them at 215.862.5857. Mother’s is located on 34 North Main St.
naBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse in Horsham will offer an Easter Brunch from 10 am – 1 pm at $22 (adults). Beginning at 3 pm and going until 9 pm, they will serve their traditional Brazilian Rodizio for $34.95 (adults). You can find naBrasa at 680 N. Easton Road (Route 611) in Horsham. Call them at 215.956.0600.
At Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, the options are varied. The Cock ‘n Bull is offering a traditional Easter Brunch Buffet from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. The Dinner Buffet will be served from 3 pm to 7 pm. Adults $29.95/children (10 & under) $14.50. Reservations are required. The Brunch and Dinner Buffet menus are available on their website. Earl’s Bucks County is offering their regular Sunday Brunch (11 am – 2 pm) and All Day Dining menu (2 – 7 pm) with three special Easter Menu additions: Lemon Sole ($29); Angus Prime Rib ($28); and Porchetta ($21). Click on the links above for more information, including phone numbers for reservations.
Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland is offering both an Easter Brunch Buffet (10:30 am – 2:30 pm) and Dinner Buffet (3:00 – 6:00 pm). See their website for the menu and pricing. Call 215.675.6000 for reservations.
The Temperance House is presenting Traditional Easter Buffet Brunch from 10 am – 3 pm for $28.95 per person (adult) and $14.50 (children ages 5 – 12) and an Easter dinner menu from 3 – 6 pm or $32.95 per person (adult) and $16.50 (children ages 5 – 12). Details can be found on their website. The Temp is at 5 N. State St. in Newtown. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call 215.860.9975.
The Vintage Grille is open for Easter, serving their a la carte breakfast menu from 8 am to 2 pm, and an Easter dinner menu from 11 am to 7 pm. Easter Specials including Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce, Baked Ham with a Pineapple Orange Dijon Glaze, Roast Leg of Lamb with Rosemary Sherry Sauce, Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Spring Vegetable Lasagna, and more. Complimentary Mimosas. Contact them at 215.348.4850. The Vintage Grille is at 3617 Ferry Road in Fountainville (just north of Doylestown on Rt. 313).
The Yardley Inn Restaurant and Bar will be serving Easter dinner from 1 – 7:30 pm with a special holiday menu, including crabcakes, slow-roasted chicken breast, seared lamb chops, house-cured ham, lobster malfatti,and more. You can find the Yardley Inn at the corner of Afton Ave. and River Rd. in Yardley. For reservations, call: 215.493.3800.
Here are some restaurants who had Easter brunch/dinner last year, but I haven’t heard from this year. If I find out more, I’ll add information.
The Black Bass Hotel in Lumberville. Phone: 215.297.9260.
Bobby Simone’s in Doylestown. Phone: 215.340.1414.
The Brick Tavern in Quakertown. Phone: 215.529-6488.
The Buck Hotel in Feasterville. Phone: 215.396.2002.
The Centre Bridge Inn in New Hope. Phone: 215.862.9139.
The Golden Pheasant Inn in Erwinna. Phone: 610.294.9595.
The Lambertville Station Restaurant in Lambertville, NJ. Phone: 609.397.8300.
The Logan Inn in New Hope. Phone: 215.862.2300.
Maize Restaurant in Perkasie. Phone: 215.257.2264.
Marsha Brown in New Hope. Phone: 215.862.7044.
Pineville Tavern in Pineville. Phone: 215.598.3890.
The Raven in New Hope. Phone: 215.862.2081.
The Stockton Inn in Stockton, NJ. Phone: 609.397.1250.
Tuscany at the Towpath House in New Hope. Phone: 215.693.1599.
Vaders Bar & Grill in Southampton. Phone: 215.953.7575.
The Washington House in Sellersville. Phone: 215.257.3000.
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