Chicago Parent: 5 Hot Spots for Easter Brunch in Chicago Northern Suburbs
Chicagoland is known for having an amazing food scene, but brunch is by far my favorite meal. Every weekend, I have to pick between eggs benedict and crepes; it’s always a tough choice unless I can get someone to go halfsies and share a sweet/savory item with me. And, while I’ve been to my fair share of brunches around the city and suburbs, there are a few favorites that I love a little more than others.
With only a few days until Easter Sunday, here are five hot spots in the Northern suburbs that are serving up some amazing spreads. From Build-Your-Own-Bloody bars to oysters on the half-shell, your family will not be disappointed.
The Estate by Gene & Georgetti
Welcome to The Estate, where boozy brunch takes on a whole new meaning. Upon arrival, you are greeted with a complimentary Mimosa. If mimosas aren’t your jam, cozy up the amazing Bloody Mary bar. Brunch seating is at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and includes an appearance by the Easter Bunny. Enjoy traditional favorites such as an omelet bar, house specialties like the antipasto bar and a carving station featuring slow roasted prime rib, ham, and roasted lamb, a children’s station and a dessert station. The Estate’s Easter Brunch costs $39 for adults and $19 for kids 11 and younger, plus tax and gratuity. Complimentary valet service is also available. Reservations are required.9421 W. Higgins Road, Rosemont, (847) 653-3302