There’s something memorable about that family meal on Easter Sunday. People are coming together all dressed up to celebrate and enjoy a delicious meal? Life doesn’t get much better than that.
From benedicts and omelettes to some of the most amazing french toast you’ve ever tasted, the options for Easter Brunch in Evanston are about as bountiful as the menus themselves.
Here are a few of our favorites:
The Lucky Platter, 514 Main St.
With food as diverse as the guests who enjoy it, The Lucky Platter offers an eclectic blend of breakfast favorites, including everything from Swedish pancakes to basic eggs any style.
They will be serving their popular made-to-order menu features favorites like the Fried Green Tomato benedict and the Cajun Scramble, which features scrambled eggs with garlic, andouilles sausage, broccoli, and pepperjack cheese topped with a remoulade sauce.
The Lucky Platter closes at 2 p.m. Easter Sunday, so get there will it’s hot!
Blind Faith Cafe, 525 Dempster St.
Brunch is a staple at Blind Faith Cafe, where they serve up amazing specials like Eggs Florentine and a specialty they call Aztec Hash. The delicious dish features two eggs any style on a hash of spicy seitan, mushrooms, onions, peppers, potatoes and tortilla chips, garnished with feta cheese.
For those with a sweet tooth, the Apples & Cinnamon Pancakes are to die for, in addition to each of the other crepe and pancake options.
Prairie Moon, 1502 Sherman Ave.
If you’re looking for lots of options in a family-friendly setting, Prairie Moon is the place for you. Their Easter Brunch buffet features more than 30 sweet and savory options, including egg bakes and steak, as well as malted mooncakes and french toast.
The buffet runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $25.95 per adult, which includes a beverage or brunch cocktail. Children under 10 are half price and children under 3 are free.