Celebrate Easter in style with several restaurants located in Northern Delaware and Philadelphia offering an Easter brunch menu for you to indulge in. Whether you are seeking a casual fare, gourmet dining, a prix-fixe buffet or a la carte Easter dinner menu, these restaurants present several choices to meet diverse gastronomical plans.
Easter Brunch in Newark, Delaware: The D at Deerfield
This casual, kid-friendly, dining restaurant in Delaware specializes in contemporary American cuisine. Chef Paul J. O’Toole brings an eclectic array of traditional and innovative Easter dishes. The D at Deerfield offers an exclusive Easter lunch buffet, starting from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Along with a soup and salad station, partake in a breakfast corner, the Chef special’s raw bar and buffet dishes, which include macadamia-crusted tilapia, jumbo crab cakes, wild mushroom ravioli, veal piccata and chicken Asiago with garlic sautéed spinach and roasted red peppers. Also offered are kids’ and hand-carved specials.
The D at Deerfield
507 Thompson Station Rd.
Newark, Delaware 19711
302-368-6640 ext 2
Easter Brunch in Wilmington, Delaware: Harry’s Seafood Grill
Among other restaurants offering Easter brunch in Delaware, Harry’s Seafood Grill is an upscale and contemporary seafood restaurant located adjacent to the River Walk, Wilmington, Delaware. The restaurant specializes in fresh raw bar, award-winning crab cakes, lobsters, great martinis and around 75 wines by the glass. Harry’s Seafood will offer a traditional Easter lunch and dinner menu, starting from noon until 9p.m. Call for details.
Harry’s Seafood Grill
101 South Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
Easter Brunch in Philadelphia: Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
Located in the heart of the Center city Philadelphia, Chima offers an upscale and fine dining experience to patrons. Chima starts operations early on Easter morning, and hosts a special family-friendly Easter celebration, along with an array of celebratory entertainment. Young diners can enjoy complimentary face painting, balloon sculptures and ice cream. The Easter festivities kicks off at noon, with the exclusive dinner menu served from 4p.m. to 9p.m.
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
1901 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Easter Brunch in Philadelphia: Jack’s Firehouse
Located near the corner of 22nd Street & Fairmount Avenue, only five blocks from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Jack’s Firehouse is a contemporary American restaurant set in a 19th century Firehouse. It features award-winning food of nationally renowned Chef Jack Davis. For Easter 2010, Jack’s Firehouse in Philadelphia presents their brunch menu that includes 3 courses for $25. Entrée choices comprise of Easter omelet with country ham, strawberry-stuffed French toast, Firehouse eggs Benedict, pan-seared Atlantic salmon, pecan-coated catfish and springtime roasted leg of lamb, among others.
2130 Fairmount Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Easter Brunch in Philadelphia: McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant
Located in the heart of downtown Philadelphia, directly across from the historic City Hall, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant brings to you a three-course Easter brunch menu, starting from $19.95 to $24.95 per person. Call for details.
McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant
1 South Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107