Easter is this Sunday, April 24. Are you ready to celebrate togetherness with your family over a beautiful meal? Has the work week got you down and out with no time to spare to prepare an Easter feast? Don’t invite relatives to your house and slave over a meal as they lounge and trash your living room. Don’t scramble to throw together a hap-dash family dinner. Indianapolis restaurants are serving up Easter meals to Hoosiers looking to focus on family instead of party planning this Easter Sunday. These scrumptious meals, prepared and served for you, allow you to spend the day enjoying the company of your family rather than the company of your convection oven.
Creation Cafe and Euphoria: Located in Indianapolis downtown near the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis is a hip cafe with modern American cuisine. Their Easter brunch buffet features an array of breakfast foods, including French Toast with Fruit Compote, and entree items such as Honey Baked Ham. This delicious meal comes in at $30 per person and $15 for Indianapolis kids 12 and under. Reservations are recommended.
Creation Cafe and Euphoria
337 West 11th Street
Eagle’s Nest Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency: This swank Indianapolis hotel in the heart of downtown offers a buffet brunch from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and Easter dinner from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. While this brunch option is a little more pricey at $70 for adults and $35 for kids (with tax and gratuity included), the range of options is unbeatable. Feast on fresh berry and almond croustade and danish, a shellfish bar, filet mignon and more. Reservations are recommended.
Eagle’s Nest at the Hyatt Regency
1 South Capitol Avenue
Palomino Restaurant: Perhaps the most notorious of five star restaurants in Indianapolis downtown, Palomino offers Easter brunch and dinner with their own flair. Brunch runs from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm and dinner starts at 4:00 pm. This delectable buffet features truffle deviled eggs, calamari, flat bread pizzas, classic brunch entrees like eggs benedict, pasta, sandwiches and signature selections like asaigo almond crusted scallops. Reservations are recommended.
49 West Maryland Street
Meridian Restaurant and Bar: Located in the Meridian Street Historic District near the Indianapolis cultural district, Broad Ripple Village, Meridian offers contemporary American cuisine. This “house on the corner” style restaurant is homey and elegant all at once. Meridian adds a few special Easter plate items to their regularly fantastic menu. Reservations are recommended.
Meridian Restaurant and bar
5694 North Meridian Street
Rick’s Cafe Boatyard: This West Indianapolis restaurant is worth the drive. Located on the Eagle Creek Reservoir, Rick’s Cafe and Boatyard offers water front dining. This Indianapolis restaurant is famous for having the best crab cakes in all of Indianapolis dining. In addition to their regular menu items, Rick’s Boatyard will offer a special Easter plate of honey baked ham, orange glazed carrots, yukon gold whipped potatoes, cranberry relish and bread and butter. All this for only $18.00 for adults and $9.00 for Indianapolis kids. Reservations are recommended.
Rick’s Cafe Boatyard
4050 Dandy Trail
Skyline Club: The Skyline Club nestled neatly on top of the One America building offers spectacular panoramic views of Indianapolis downtown including Lucas Oil Stadium and Monument Circle. They are offering an “Eggstravaganza Easter Buffet” that features contemporary American cuisine. Enjoy scrumptious foods while your eyes feast on the beauty of the Circle City. Adults eat for just $49.95. Young adults ages 13 to 15 feast for $25.95; children ages 6 to 12 eat for $17.95 and kids age 2 to 5 eat for $9.95. Seating begins at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Reservations required.
1 American Square
Nourish Cafe at the Indianapolis Museum of Art: The Nourish Cafe offers a spring inspired brunch buffet in the Deer Zink Events Pavilions. Take in the spectacular beauty of blooming nature in the IMA Gardens as you feast on traditional brunch fare. Items include roasted red pepper bisque, grilled asparagus, tequila lime cured salmon, roasted potatoes and brown sugar and orange glazed ham. Adults eat for $35.00; children ages 4 to 10 eat for $16. Reservations required.
Nourish Cafe at the IMA
4000 Michigan Road
No matter where you end up this Easter Sunday, make sure to stop and enjoy the people around you. These delicious Easter brunch and dinner options ensure and enjoyable and relaxing Easter Sunday to spend with the ones you love most. Rather than spending hours in the kitchen away from your loved ones, make a ten minute phone call for reservations to any of these Indianapolis restaurants.
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