With Easter coming up, you’ll want to get your holiday plans in order soon—at least before all the great restaurants fill up with reservations. Fortunately, Nevada has no shortage of delicious brunch and dinner spots that are perfect for visiting on the spring holiday and beyond.
What better way to kick off your Easter gathering than with a decorative brunch at Reno’s newly opened Huckleberry’s Breakfast and Lunch? The Southern cooking-inspired hotspot (with a California twist) features Mardi Gras beignets, Creole-style catfish, Bourbon Street burgers and a number of other hoppin’ breakfast staples—perfect for Easter and beyond.
MRKT Sea & Land at Aliante Casino is home to a three-course seafood holiday special on Easter Sunday—available for only $85. Indulge in a decadent meal in honor of the spring holiday that combines everything from Chilean sea bass and a shrimp seafood salad to a creamy strawberry cheesecake to top it all off.
Aliante’s other on-site dining option, FARM, is also serving up a $20 farm-to-table holiday dining special that’s composed of classic comfort food staples the whole family will love.
Carve Prime Rib‘s three-course Easter dinner brings together the flavors of osso buco and miso whitefish with a fresh marsala crème dessert—topped off with a chocolate shell and served especially for the Easter holiday.
Las Vegas’ own Honey Salt Food & Drink brunch menu is hailed as one of the best in the entire state—and the restaurant’s Easter dining special puts those special flavors on full-display. Besides its extensive brunch offerings (which includes an especially popular pulled five-spice pork dish), Honey Salt also plays host to several egg hunts on Easter Day.
In the case of really extravagant dining spots in Las Vegas, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés at the Sahara truly reigns supreme. And the restaurant’s Easter Sunday Brunch is a spectacle that’s not to be missed—which has historically featured everything from fresh oysters to jamón-béchamel fritters. Talk about decadence!
Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian plays host to a number of Easter dining specials on the holiday— including dishes like house-made pappardelle pasta, chilled minted pea soup and more.
Throw the Easter rulebook out and opt for something more fun this year with a $75 Easter dining experience at Chica Restaurant—complete with dishes like a Venezuelan duck pot pie, slow-roasted Cheshire pork porchetta and tamarind toffee cake topped with white mocha ice cream.
And finally, it would be a crime to miss Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at the Flamingo’s prix-fixe Easter dinner—available for $95 and composed of flavorful entrees like lobster bisque and truffle gnocchi lamb.