Where to Go for Easter Brunch in Charlotte

Skip the cooking with these Easter brunch options.
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La Belle Helene, courtesy



303 S Church St.

Enjoy a family-friendly Easter brunch that combines Southern brunch staples with a “Northern Italian twist.” Look for a special kids’ menu with Cannoli Waffles and a Lil’ Angie’s Breakfast. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and reservations are recommended.

Barcelona Wine Bar

101 W. Worthington Ave., Ste. 110

Easter Brunch includes Spanish-style tapas and weekend-worthy drinks in a lively setting ideal for a family, couples, or groups of any size. Make reservations here.


1601 Elizabeth Ave.

From 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., guests can expect elevated brunch classics, like Shrimp & Grits, Steak & Egg, Carmen’s Flan and more, all made with ingredients from local farms. Make reservations here.


222 S. Caldwell St., 21st Floor

The rooftop bar and restaurant will host a four-course brunch from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $55++ for adults and $19++ for kids under 12. Make a reservation at OpenTable or call 980-237-6718.


225 S. Poplar St.

This uptown favorite will serve a $45 per person prix fixe Easter brunch menu. Tables have a 2-hour limit to accommodate all guests. Make reservations for one of three seatings at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m.

La Belle Helene 


Leah & Louise

301 Camp Road

The six-course outdoor dining experience starts at noon in Camp North End’s Keswick area (rain or shine), and will feature the talented team behind Leah & Louise as well as chefs Greg Collier, Sam Hart of Counter, Sam Ward of Wentworth & Fenn and Hector González-Mora of El Toro Bruto. Brunch will begin with a champagne cocktail, followed by bread service, cold appetizer, hot appetizer, fish, meat and dessert. Beer from Free Range Brewing will be part of the brunch, as well as cocktails from Leah & Louise bar manager Kayleigh Williams-Brown.  Make prepaid reservations (select April 9, noon “experiences”) here.

Link & Pin

Multiple locations

Enjoy a full brunch menu, including their popular mimosa trays, until 4 p.m. Make reservations at one of their three locations (South End, Huntersville, and Arboretum).

MICO at the Grand Bohemian Hotel

201 W. Trade St.

Enjoy live music and globally-inspired selections from from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m for $49/person. The prix fixe Easter Brunch menu includes an array of desserts and pastries curated by their award-winning pastry chef.  Book your table here.

Napa Restaurants

Providence and Fort Mill

Enjoy a three-course Easter Brunch for $35++ person and an Easter Supper for $55++ per person. Make reservations here.

Steak 48

4425 Sharon Road

This upscale steakhouse at Apex SouthPark opens early for Easter and serves its full menu. Make reservations here or call the restaurant at 980-580-4848.

The Ballantyne Hotel

10000 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy.

Come for an Easter a la carte Brunch in The Gallery Restaurant from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., or an Easter Buffet Brunch in the Ballroom from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Buffet includes seafood displays, carving stations, a crepe station, and a dessert display. The cost is $95 per adult, $45 for children ages 5 to 12, and complimentary for children 4 and under (pricing does not include tax or service charge). Reservations are recommended for both the The Gallery and the Buffet.

The Ballantyne’s Easter Egg Hunt will take place 9:30am-10:30am on Sunday, April 9. Complimentary for hotel guests and brunch guests. Attendees are encouraged to sign up by emailing info@theballantyne.com.