Top Detroit Restaurants for Easter Brunch

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If you're visiting the Detroit metro area for Easter and are looking for a great place to grab a special holiday brunch, many of the Detroit restaurants are serving up meals prepared just for the occasion.

Whether it's a brunch buffet or a sit-down feast served to your table, these Detroit restaurants serve up Easter feasts so you don't have to worry about planning a meal while on vacation. As a special treat, some have even booked an Easter bunny to visit during brunch.

While there are many other great Easter events in Detroit, you'll want to fill up to enjoy egg hunts and parades at one of these restaurants before you go to any of them. Make sure to call ahead for reservations as tables quickly fill up on busy holidays like Easter.

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Bloomfield Hills: Moose Preserve Bar & Grill

43034 Woodward Ave, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302-5009, USA
+1 248-858-7688

Moose Preserve Bar & Grill offers a special menu for Easter Sunday, so get ready to order a specialty of the house like Jack Daniels BBQ ribs, "wild thang," "buffaloaf," or certified Black Angus steaks. No meal here is complete without Moose Preserves' "award-winning, made-from-scratch, cooked-to-order chocolate chip cookies."  Call ahead 30 minutes before you leave to make sure there's a seat waiting for you, or reserve for a group of six or more in advance.

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Northville: Deadwood Bar & Grill

18730 Northville Rd, Northville, MI 48168, USA
+1 248-347-4353

Brought to you by the fine folks who created Moose Preserve Bar & Grill, Deadwood has a similar menu of comfort food goodies prepared especially for the Easter Holiday. Alternatively, you could go for a Sunday turkey dinner, Gran Marnier French toast, huevos rancheros, or spicy eggs Benedict, all washed down with a signature Bloody Moose.

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Clinton Township: J.Baldwin's

16981 18 Mile Rd, Clinton Twp, MI 48038, USA
+1 586-416-3500

This award-winning modern place serves beautifully presented food, including a special meal just for the Easter holiday. Choose from several enticing entrees, appetizers, and desserts in the three-course meal offered on Sunday, April 1, 2018. You can also place a pickup order ahead of time or make an online reservation for a seat at Easter brunch.

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Detroit: Union Street

4145 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201, USA
+1 313-831-3965

Union Street usually hosts an Easter Sunday brunch with great and interesting dishes like their house-smoked brisket poutine or steak and eggs with a fresh fruit plate. Union Street will also serve up its regular menu alongside Easter brunch treats, so if you're feeling in the mood for their signature lobster cakes, you can order those, too.

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Holly: The Holly Hotel

110 Battle Alley, Holly, MI 48442-1608, USA
+1 248-634-5208

The historic Holly Hotel offers a plated Easter breakfast with three courses of breakfast options that include muffins and scones, baked brie en croute, prime rib, and homemade apple pie. Everything is elegant, well prepared, beautifully presented, and a bit Belle Epoque. Other dishes include free-range poultry, fresh fish, fresh farmers' market produce like fiddlehead ferns and morel mushrooms, and freshly made baked goods and waffles.

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Novi: No.VI Chophouse

27000 Karevich Dr, Novi, MI 48377, USA
+1 248-305-5210

Novi Chophouse is a sophisticated steakhouse in The Crowne Plaza Hotel that has won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence from 2012 to 2017 for its outstanding service, fantastic collection of wine, and unique menu of foods. The Easter brunch buffet includes stations for omelets, lox, carved prime rib and roast turkey, breakfast, lunch, salads, bread, and sweets.

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Plymouth: The Inn at St. John's, 5ive Steakhouse

44045 Five Mile Road, Plymouth, MI 48170, USA
+1 734-414-0600

5ive Steakhouse is serving a plated prix fixe brunch with four courses, including a trio of small tastes appetizer, a farmers' market salad, a choice of two main courses, and a plated trio dessert. This place tends to be pricey, so bring your credit card.

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Rochester: Park 600 at Royal Park Hotel

600 E University Dr, Rochester, MI 48307-2111, USA
+1 248-652-2600

Park 600 bar and kitchen at Royal Park Hotel has a full Easter brunch menu with starters and greens; breakfast plates; midday meals built around luxury burgers, smoked salmon, pork shank and more; and oven-made goodies like a Breakfast Skillet filled with chicken-apple sausage and hash browns. A brunch is not a brunch without cocktails, so the bar is serving light drinks from Mimosas and Bellinis to Bloody Marys. To accompany this, there are several kinds of premium juice, tea, and coffee available as well.

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Shelby Township: Cherry Creek Golf Club

52000 Cherry Creek Dr, Shelby Charter Township, MI 48316-3779, USA
+1 586-254-7700

Cherry Creek Golf Club has held a signature annual Easter Sunday brunch and Easter egg hunt for more than 20 years. Guests take the time to enjoy a spectacular brunch with omelets, pancakes and waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, salads, poultry, fresh fish, specialty carved meats, potatoes, seasonal vegetables, an ice cream sundae bar, and other tempting desserts. Then it's outside to search for Easter eggs in the grass and meet the Easter Bunny himself. Attending the Cherry Creek Golf Club's annual event is a memory that kids won’t soon forget.

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Troy: McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks

2850 Coolidge Rd, Troy, MI 48084, USA
+1 248-637-6400

McCormick & Schmick's hosts an Easter brunch with signature dishes like crab cakes Benedict, bananas Foster French toast, salmon crepes, and a goat cheese frittata. You can also order amazing homemade jelly donuts and a basket of fresh cinnamon Sister Schubert rolls. There is also a large selection of brunch cocktails like beautiful Blood Orange Mimosas, Sparkling Strawberry Mojitos, and Build-Your-Own Bloody Marys.

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