If there were ever an ideal day to have brunch with your family, Easter would take the carrot cake. Easter Brunch is a long-standing tradition for friends and families. Why? Because you can celebrate the day with people you love and have the luxury of avoiding cooking or cleaning. And if spring is in full swing, you may be able to sit on a patio to enjoy the sun on your face.
Let someone else cook for you this Easter. We pulled the best Easter brunch spots in Overland Park.
Enjoy comfort food at its finest by having Easter Brunch with Brass Onion. You can dine-in for Easter Brunch or dine-in for Easter Dinner. Come prepared to be decisive because the options seem limitless on both.
Some of us just aren't early Easter morning people. That's okay. Nick and Jake's is offering an Easter Dinner To-Go package that feeds 4 - 6 people. It includes smoked ham and pineapple, juicy chicken tenders, all the sides you can imagine and a large wedge of carrot cake. You can pick up the day before or Easter Sunday. Still craving brunch? Nick and Jake's has a plated brunch menu inside.
The only place in town where your party of four or five or sixteen can all eat at six different restaurants while still sitting together. This is a great option to please everyone brunching this Easter. And if the weather is nice -- Strang Hall has a lawn filled with yard games for the family to enjoy.
Who says Easter Brunch can’t be a little competitive? Grab some brunch and then play a little bocce to see who will be crowned the best in your family. The Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet includes a Signature Waffle Station, Carving Station, and Sweets Table. Don’t forget about our Bottomless Mimosas and Aperol Spritzes! The Easter Bunny will also be making a special appearance to hand out special treats and take pictures with the kids.
Make this year’s Easter Brunch a bit more international by brunching at this euro bistro. Oh yeah, they also have bottomless mimosas. Cheers!
Feeling a bit more low-key this Easter? Head to McLain’s Market, grab a coffee and a pastry and enjoy Easter Brunch in your jam-jams. Or go down the rabbit hole and pre-order (at least 48 hours in advance) from their Easter lunch menu which is also filled with adorable Easter-themed sweet treats.
It is pretty obvious what one of the main selling points of Louie’s is… wine. Sure you can brunch without wine, but if given the choice, choose wine. Every time. But don't be fooled -- the brunch menu at Louie's Wine Dive is just as good as the wine!
Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel, Trofi Restaurant welcomes visitors and locals alike for an Easter Brunch. And your first mimosa is complimentary with every adult buffet! And then make your way to the buffet stations: salad, southern charm, breakfast, entrees, seafood on ice, a butcher carving, and a dessert station.
Need more brunch ideas? Read more at our best brunch spots in OP.