8 Egg-citing Ways to Celebrate Easter in Atlanta: From Brunches to Egg Hunts

Easter in Atlanta

From butterfly gardens to exclusive Easter brunches, Atlanta is buzzing with unique activities and culinary delights to celebrate Easter! Whether you’re looking to start a new family tradition or seeking a fun outing with friends, here’s a roundup of 8-not-to-miss activities to celebrate Easter in Atlanta this weekend!

A Guide to Celebrating Easter in Atlanta


Adult Easter Egg Hunting at Vesper

Gather your friends for an adult Easter egg hunt at Vesper. Arrive early for Hoppy Hour and a complimentary beverage, then search for eggs packed with boozy surprises. Don’t miss their special Easter cocktail, the “Peeptini.”

For more information, visit vesperatl.com or call 404.963.6902. 

Bunny Brunch at TWO urban licks

TWO urban licks offers an egg-stra special Easter brunch with creations by Executive Chef Chad Clevenger. Expect a visit from the Easter Bunny himself while you indulge in classics like Salmon Chips or the delectable Fat Elvis French Toast!

Reservations are recommended. For more information call 404.522.4622 or visittwourbanlicks.com.

Japanese-Inspired Easter at Bully Boy

For a unique Easter dining experience, head to Bully Boy for brunch or dinner. Enjoy their signature Japanese-inspired cuisine in a beautiful garden-like setting and get a chance to snap pictures with the Easter Bunny.

For more information or to make a reservation for Easter brunch between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. or dinner beginning at 5 p.m., visit bullyboyATL.com or call 678-904-5607.

Brunch and Sports at Dantanna’s

Combine your love for sports with scrumptious Easter brunch at Dantanna’s. Enjoy bottomless brunch options, catch the NCAA Tournament, or watch the Braves season opener series. Don’t miss their complimentary dessert with every meal purchase.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit dantannas.com or call 404-760-8873.

Dantanna / Photo Credit: Dyess Photography

Classic Easter Brunch and Dinner at Boone’s

Enjoy Boone’s timeless brunch and dinner offerings against the backdrop of Bobby Jones Golf Course. Dive into favorites like Gulf shrimp and grits or sip on new spring cocktails while exploring their chef-driven menu, which is defined by local availability and health-focused, sustainable ingredients.

Reservations are encouraged for Easter Sunday. For more information, please call 770.835.4267 or visit boonesatl.com.

A Garden Party at Amore e Amore

Step into an enchanting garden at Amore e Amore’s “Butterflies & Botanicals” pop-up. Enjoy a special prix-fixe menu featuring dishes like apricot brandy glazed scallops with polenta. It’s an ideal spot for families, with a delightful kids’ menu and candy-stuffed Easter eggs hidden throughout the garden.

Easter reservations require a $25 deposit. The last seating for the evening will be at 7:45 p.m. For more information or to make a reservation, visit amoreeamore.com or call 404-600-2176. 

Snap Pictures with the Easter Bunny at ENZO Steakhouse & Bar

It’s no secret, we love ENZO Steakhouse & Bar! It’s just a short drive from Atlanta, and it’s absolutely worth it to celebrate their new brunch menu. From decadent lobster benedict to over-the-top croque madame (which I personally have on my list to try), there’s something for everyone! Oh! And don’t miss out on taking photos with the Easter Bunny!

For more information or to make a reservation, visit enzo-itl.com or call (770) 756-9188.

Sweet Easter Treats at Sugar Shane’s

Elevate your Easter basket with gourmet sweets from Sugar Shane’s. Their spring-inspired offerings include the zesty Pascha cookie and the Carrot Cottontail, among others. Available for pickup and delivery, these treats are sure to be a hit!

Whether you’re after a lavish brunch, an exciting egg hunt, or simply want to soak up the festive atmosphere, these are the best of the best ways you can celebrate Easter in Atlanta – with a little something for everyone. Make sure to plan ahead, as reservations might be required for some activities.

Have a hoppy Easter!

Feature Photo Credit: Heidi Harris


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