When it’s time to take my family out for a celebration, cost is always a concern. Easter brunch can easily run in the $40.00 range for adults, and when you add in the cost for the kids, well, it can be a little daunting. There are several locations in Salt Lake City, however, where you can celebrate with your family and not break the bank. I have included a couple of elegant brunches on the higher end of the price range, but only if they’re offering complimentary meals to the younger children. Of course, I have listed several incredibly family friendly options.
Easter is a time for celebrating family, spring, and all things new and wonderful. May your family have a wonderful Easter this year…starting with these great brunch options.
Porcupine Pub and Grille – Rustic Western
Brunch is served every weekend, including Easter Sunday, with entrees ranging from 7.99 to 13.99. Located at 3698 East Fort Union Blvd in Salt Lake City, it is situated at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon and offers a fabulous, rustic atmosphere.
Johanna’s Kitchen – Homey and Friendly
This family-owned restaurant offers freshly-baked scones, breads and makes their own jam! Entrees run from $5.99 to 14.99, with special Easter treats for the kids.
Café Trio – Cottonwood – Upscale Dining
With two locations offering breakfast Easter morning, the Cottonwood branch, located at 6405 South 3000 East, is hosting a buffet brunch especially for the holiday. Prices are $27.99 for adults, 13.99 for children, aged 6-12. Ages 5 and under are complimentary.
Little America – Grand Ballroom Luxury
Located at 500 South Main St. in downtown Salt Lake City, the Little America has a long tradition of elegance for Easter Sunday Brunch. Adults: $39.95, children: $19.50, and kids under 4 are complimentary. No reservations required.
Marie Callender’s Restaurant and Bakery – Down Home Goodness
Offering great food at great prices, Marie Callender’s is serving brunch Easter Sunday for $15.99 (adults) and $7.99 (children), at all of their locations in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas . Visit their website for locations.
Porcupine Pub and Grille
Marie Callender’s Restaurant and Bakery
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