Where to Eat in Baltimore on Easter

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Springtime is beautiful at Sotto Sopra. Photo courtesy of Dara Bunjon.
Springtime is beautiful at Sotto Sopra. Photo courtesy of Dara Bunjon.

Spring may not have officially sprung quite yet, but Easter is early this year – next Sunday, March 27. It’s time to think about your post-egg hunt meal. After all, we can’t exist on chocolate bunnies alone.

Restaurants all over the Baltimore area are hosting Easter brunches featuring entertainment, kid-friendly meals and all sorts of springtime treats. Here’s a look at your Easter Sunday options:

Aldo’s: The Little Italy favorite will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Easter Sunday and will host a Jazz Brunch featuring a live jazz duo. The restaurant’s full standard menu will be available, as well as brunch items, brunch cocktails and a three-course prix fixe Italian Easter dinner menu. 

B&O American Brasserie: Easter brunch at B&O includes an early bird buffet (8 a.m. to 10 a.m.) and an “all aboard” brunch running from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The early bird option has plenty to love – bananas foster French toast! – though if you arrive later in the day, you’ll also have your choice of excellent lunch dishes, like fried chicken, smoked salmon and roasted sirloin.

 Cinghiale: The Foreman Wolf Italian spot in Harbor East will serve Easter dinner from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Easter Sunday. The full a la carte menu will be available, alongside a prix fixe menu featuring dishes like white asparagus and poached egg with white truffle and vincigrassi, a traditional lasagna including rose veal, porcini mushrooms and chicken livers.

Cinnamon Tree: Located in the Hunt Valley Wyndham Grand, Cinnamon Tree is making Easter brunch fun for both parents and kids with a champagne brunch for adults and a special “knee-high buffet” designed just for kids. The Easter Bunny will also be on hand, visiting with kids and handing out chocolate eggs.

Cunningham’s: Cunningham’s in Towson will be open for Easter brunch and dinner, with a two-course brunch menu available – the lobster-ginger soup sounds spectacular – and a three-course dinner.

Fleet Street Kitchen: Easter dinner will be available at Fleet Street Kitchen, including both an a la carte menu and a three-course prix fixe option featuring dishes like lamb ragu and ember-roasted carrots.

The Helmand: The famous Afghan restaurant will serve a special Easter dinner menu, focused on lamb dishes. Reservations are filling up, so don’t wait to make one.

Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks: From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Hersh’s will serve a special brunch menu including springtime favorites like leg of lamb and Sunday morning staples like Corpse Reviver cocktails.

Johnny’s: From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Johnny’s will serve an Easter buffet brunch, including jellybean soda – non-alcoholic for kids and a special boozy version for adults.

La Cuchara: The Basque restaurant will be open from 11 a.m to 8 p.m. on Easter, with the regular menu available, plus a few special dishes, such as torrijas (Spanish French toast) with warm honey and apples, house-cured salmon and a 24-hour braised lamb shoulder with spring peas, morels and fresh mint.

Lebanese Taverna: Go for the lamb on  Easter with Lebanese Taverna’s “lambcentric” menu, including kebobs, kibbet, kafta harra and more.

The Milton Inn: Take a lovely ride out to the country for an Easter meal at The Milton Inn in Sparks, which will offer a three-course prix-fixe menu for adults and a two-course menu for children.

Mount Washington Tavern: The Tavern has brunch options covered on Easter, with a buffet in the Pimlico Room and SkyBar, and the regular brunch menu available in the front bar and Chesapeake Room. (Specify which you prefer when making reservations.)

 Ouzo Bay: Go Greek for Easter with brunch at Ouzo Bay, starting at 11 a.m. The restaurant will offer the full regular menu alongside signature brunch specialties. 

Pen & Quill: This fun restaurant, located near the train station, will be open for brunch on Easter Sunday. Both the cocktails and the food are thoughtful; it’s a good spot to ring in spring.

Schola: Do something a little different this Easter with a class at Schola. The cooking school will host both an Easter brunch and an Easter dinner class on Easter Sunday.

Sotto Sopra: Celebrate Easter with classic, fabulous Italian food in Mount Vernon; Sotto Sopra will be open from 12:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. – and reservations are recommended!

Tark’s Grill: Easter at Tark’s will be an amped up version of their weekly Sunday brunch, with bottomless mimosas and Bloodies, smoked brisket and a full dessert selection, among other things.

The French Kitchen: The restaurant, located in the Lord Baltimore Hotel, will hold a brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Easter, including local standouts like chicken Chesapeake and a lovely crab and crawfish bisque.



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