Best Easter Brunches in Phoenix for Under $20 Per Person

While the price of the average Easter brunch looms over $50 per person there are still quite a few restaurants in Phoenix that offer excellent food at a price the average person can afford. If you think it’s impossible to find a good place to take your family for Easter brunch for under $20 per person in Phoenix you might be surprised. The affordable family friendly Easter brunch is not a thing of the past! While there are always the old standbys of large chain buffets and diners, we looked for local restaurants that didn’t churn out the same old cookie-cutter recipes and menus, but still provided the traditional fare.

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood at Gainey Village in Scottsdale is open on April 24, for Easter brunch. No, you won’t be saddled with fish on the brunch menu. Instead you’ll find chef’s benedicts , omelets, and baked French toast. Plates for adults start at just $10.95, a rare find for a restaurant of this caliber. Kids brunches are only $4.95. If you were really looking forward to the fish, don’t worry, they will begin serving their Wild Seafood specials again after 3 p.m.

El Torito Mexican Restaurant and Cantina at 10047 N. Metro Parkway East in Phoenix is having a champagne Easter brunch with omelet and waffle stations. They will also be providing a full Mexican buffet, for those who were looking forward to their excellent traditional Mexican foods, as well as a fabulous desert station. The cost is $15.95 for adults, and children 2-12 are just $5.99. Babies (2 and under) eat for free.

Kiss the Cook at 4915 W. Glendale Ave. in Glendale is adding additional selections for Easter. At $10 and under you really will want to kiss the cook! The special Easter brunch selections include strawberry crepes, Monte Cristo sandwiches, and eggs Benedict. All of their normal selections, like thick-cut French toast, omelets, pecan cinnamon rolls, and biscuits and gravy will still be available.

Ahwatukee Sweet Tomatoes at 4723 E. Ray Road in Phoenix is having a special Sunday breakfast buffet on Easter. This is a chain restaurant, but if you’re looking for a healthier option this is the place for you! Their Easter buffet includes make your own breakfast burritos, egg scramble focaccia w/ bacon, and Belgian waffles, as well as their extensive soup and salad bars. And the cost? $8 for adults, $4.69 for kids 6-16, and $1.89 for tots ages 3-5. And yes, tiny tots eat for free.

Amuse Bouche Gourmet Bistro at 17058 W. Bell Road in Surprise is one of the few restaurants in Phoenix that doesn’t have to change anything at all to pull off an amazing Easter brunch, and they do it for about $15 per person. Their critically acclaimed quiche was dubbed Best in the West by Phoenix Magazine. They specialize in the art of Sunday breakfast, serving mouthwatering items such as eggs Benedict, salmon Benedict, Belgian waffles, quiche Lorraine, and a fresh, homemade corned beef hash. But, get the troops there early! Amuse Bouche is only open from 9am to 1pm on Sundays… even on Easter.

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