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Easter 2023 Dining in Utah – where to eat this year

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Easter Sunday falls on April 9th this year, and with it, a smorgasbord of buffets and dining specials hot restaurants around the state. Below are all of the Easter dining options we know of in Utah this year. Please note that information and descriptions below are provided by restaurants directly; prices listed may not include tax, gratuity or optional drink pairings.

As with all our usual holiday dining specials, this will be an active article; be sure to bookmark the page and check back later. The post will be updated as restaurants continue to release Easter menus. For previous years, and even more inspiration, see our prior Easter roundups from 2022, 202120202019, and 2018.

Note: unless otherwise listed all specials are for Sunday, April 9th. Only restaurants with special dishes or menus are listed – other restaurants may be open with regular menus. Always confirm availability, pricing and details with your chosen restaurant directly.

Dining out – Salt Lake County

The Aerie

9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Adults $70, children (6-12) $35, under five free

320 Cliff Lodge Dr, Snowbird, UT 84092
(801) 933-2222

Capital Grille

Downtown Salt Lake City
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
Brunch specials

The Capital Grille is offering chef-prepared brunch specials in a relaxed and elegant atmosphere on Easter Sunday. Unique to Easter brunch, guests will enjoy features such as lobster frittata with butter poached lobster tails, 14-ounce bone-in dry aged NY strip and eggs, 8-ounce center cut filet mignon with white cheddar gash browns and specialty blueberry bread. New to brunch this year is smoked salmon and caviar, which includes royal Ossetra caviar, crème fraîche, blini and is served with white cheddar hash browns. Mimosas and glasses of Champagne are available as an enhancement. Younger members of the family can look forward to a dedicated brunch menu and more surprises.

40 E 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(385) 419-3888

Eight Settlers Distillery

Cottonwood Heights
Brunch buffet
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
$70 per person

Includes our famous primal rib carving station, braised short rib benedict, fluffy pancakes with Vermont maple syrup, whiskey glazed pit ham, and so much more.

7321 Canyon Centre Pkwy, Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121
(385) 900-4315

Emigration Cafe

Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet
Adults $48, children (under 6-11) $24, under five $8

From the buffet experts comes a buffet designed around all your brunch favorites – and more. A memorable experience indeed. Inclusive of brewed Logos coffee and fresh juices, this buffet will make finding those Easter eggs worthwhile.

1709 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
(801) 906-8101

Fleming’s Steak House

Downtown Salt Lake City
Three course menu
$85 – $95 per person

  • Salad choice of
    • Fleming’s salad
    • Caesar salad
  • Entree choice of
    • Petite filet mignon & crab stuffed, shrimp scampi, $85
    • Petite filet mignon & lobster tail scampi, $95
  • Dessert choice of
    • Chocolate gooey butter cake
    • New York cheesecake

20 S 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 355-3704


Cottonwood Heights
Five course prix fixe
10.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Adults $95, children (under 12) $40

  • Amuse bouche of warm cream biscuit, salted French butter, chervil dust, violet jam
  • Heirloom carrot creamsicle, carrot top xo, vanilla bean goats cheese, roast quinoa
  • Seared scallop, squid ink waffle, yellowfin tuna tartare, wood-fired Tokyo turnip, sweet & sour maple, pickled turnip greens, pistachio
  • Iberian pork “ham & eggs”, Yukon gold potato tostones, lacquered farm egg terrine, brown butter toast, caraway caramel apple, ham aromatic herb jus
  • Champagne-glazed champagne donut, miso-brown butter sugar buttercream, black grape preserve, shiso, brown sugar brittle
  • Take home – lemon ricotta cookies

6263 Holladay Blvd E, Holladay, UT 84121
(801) 274-6264

Hub & Spoke

Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet
8.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
$44.99 adults, $24.99 kids under 12

Menu includes chicken and waffle, corned beef hash, classic benedict, salmon benedict, classic French toast, vegan grit skillet mushrooms, 2 egg build your own omelet plus a large variety of side dishes.

1291 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
(801) 487-0698

Kimi’s Oyster And Chop House

Sugar House
Brunch buffet
$84.50 adults, $28 kids 6-11, $14 kids 3-5, under three free

Buffet menu includes: chef Erik’s omelette station, Swedish caviar eggs, traditional eggs benedict, croissant French toast, hickory smoked bacon, sausage meatballs, petite mint fruit salad, roasted golden beets, baked brie, local cheeseboard & charcuterie, Swedish gravad lax, shrimp cocktail, Mediterranean bruschetta, poached Norwegian salmon, mixed spring salad, warm clover rolls, caprese salad, roasted prime rib, roasted pork tenderloin, roasted Norwegian halibut, whipped potato, French potato gratin, assorted vegetables, assorted desserts, fresh berries.

2155 Highland Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84106
(801) 946-2079

La Caille

Adults $115, children (under 4-12) $60, three and under free

  • Appetizer choice of
    • Seafood cocktail, crab claw, prawns, citrus cocktail, or
    • Charcuterie, assorted meats and cheeses, fig mostarda, crispy lavash
  • Second course
    • Pancakes
    • Brulee French toast
    • Caramel croissants
  • Entree
    • Wagyu sliders, brioche bun, bacon tomato jam, white cheddar
    • Grilled pit ham
    • Slow roasted prime rib, au jus, horseradish sauce traditional eggs benedict, english muffin, ham, hollandaise crispy dry aged bacon
    • Crab cakes, remoulade sauce
    • Crispy potatoes, rosemary parmesan
    • Saffron mint fruit salad, cantaloupe, honey dew, pineapple, strawberries, grapes
  • Dessert
    • Assorted macaroons
    • Mini carrot cupcakes, cream cheese frosting, candied orange zest

9565 Wasatch Blvd, Sandy, UT 84092
(801) 942-1751

Little America Grand Ballroom

Downtown Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
Adults $79, children (under 5-12) $29

The all-you-can-eat Easter meal will include butcher-inspired cuts, fresh seafood, and more. Features include a variety of salads, charcuterie boards, cold peel shrimps, roasted leg of lamb with a rosemary demi, New York steak au poivre, and slow roasted horseradish crusted prime rib.

500 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 596-5700

Log Haven

Millcreek Canyon
Three course menu
Noon – 5.00 p.m.
Adults $64, children (under 12) $37.50

  • First course, choice of
    • Wild mushroom soup, crème fraîche, gremolata bread crumbs, or
    • Bloomsdale spinach salad, smoked bacon. chopped egg, honey-lemon dressing
  • Entree, choice of
    • Grilled american wagyu bavette, grilled asparagus, crème fraiche mashed potatoes, sauce au poivre, or
    • Grilled salmon, black lentils, artichoke salad, lemon beurre blanc, or
    • Grilled chicken breast, butternut polenta, huckleberry gastrique, or
    • Roast leg of lamb, sundried-tomato pesto. wheat berry cassoulet, roasted broccolini, sauce Robert, or
    • Parmigiano-Reggiano risotto English peas, tomato coulis, EVOO
  • Dessert, choice of
    • Maple panna cotta, pecan praline, or
    • New york cheesecake, macerated strawberries, or
    • Chocolate ganache torte with vanilla ice cream

6451 Mill Creek Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84109
(801) 272-8255

Oasis Cafe

Downtown Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet
$38 per person

Join us for the return of our amazing Easter buffet. All your favorites, including prime rib and our dark chocolate fountain.

151 S 500 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 322-0404


9th and 9th
3 course brunch menu
$35 per person

  • Welcome – house made pastries + chef’s selection
  • Starter, choice of
    • Kale caesar salad, pickled fennel, potato chips, parmesan
    • Gem lettuce salad, fresh herbs, radish, popcorn, parmesan, roasted garlic ranch
    • Beet carpacio, green olive tapenade, preserved lemon, blue cheese espuma
    • Egg salad bruscheta, Calabrian chilies, arugula pesto
  • Main, choice of
    • Pago breakfast, 2 eggs, market vegetables, brunch potatoes
    • Eggs benedict, Niman ranch jambon royal, arugula, English muffin, hollandaise, brunch potatoes
    • French toast, griddled brioche, stewed apples, honey mascarpone, powdered sugar, maple syrup
    • Salmon kedgeree, curry fried rice, scrambled eggs, cucumber, cherry tomato, cilantro, avocado
    • Pork belly hash, fingerling potatoes, poblano peppers, hominy, chimichurri, poached egg
    • Pago burger, brioche, bacon, cheddar, pickled onion, arugula, black garlic aioli, brunch potatoes

878 S 900 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 532-0777

Pago On Main

Downtown Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet
Adults $53, children (under 12) $26, four and under free

Buffet bread includes artisan cheese, fresh fruit, butter lettuce, kale caesar, burrata, orecchiette pasta ,
French toast, cheese blintz, spinach frittata, cheese grits, wild game meatballs, farotto + farro risotto,
braised short rib, scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, brunch potatoes and more.

341 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 441-2955

The Salt Republic

Downtown SLC
Brunch buffet
10.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Adults $70, children (under 12) $35, free under four

The Salt Republic will have a seafood-forward brunch buffet menu featuring everything from king crab to West coast oysters. Open to both guests of the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City and locals, the upscale lobby-level restaurant is the place to celebrate a memorable Easter with family and friends. Though the menu features specialty seafood items, it truly has something for everyone, including a carving station with bone-in ribeye and kurobuta ham, and more classic breakfast choices like lemon poppyseed pancakes and decadent French toast. The kid’s menu features a selection of sliders, chicken tenders, and house-made macaroni and cheese.

Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City
170 S W Temple StSalt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 596-1234


Cottonwood Heights
Brunch buffet
10.00 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Adults $90, children (under 12) $45

Buffet dishes include: prime rib, roasted lamb, chilled shrimp cocktail, honey glazed ham, gourmet omelet bar, fresh salads, assorted house made breads & desserts. Eggs benedict and house made waffles are available, ordered table side.

2832 6200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
(801) 277-9919

Dining out – Summit County

Apres Pendry

Apres Pendry will be serving Easter brunch from 11 am – 3 p.m. Specials will include Spring peas and Citrus Salad served with arugula, frisée, orange, grapefruit, peas and lemon thyme vinaigrette, maple glazed ham with baby carrots, potatoes puree and roasted asparagus and dessert featuring carrot pineapple cake.

2417 W High Mountain Rd, Park City, UT 84098

Grub Steak

Begin Easter dinner with a choice of salad or wild rice and mushroom soup before moving on to grilled tenderloin lamb chops with rosemary pesto, steamed asparagus and hollandaise, and choice of a house made dessert. $59.75 per person. Open 5.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.

Hearth And Hill

Park City
Brunch buffet
10.00 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Adults $59.95, children $29.95, under four free

Executive chef Eric Diaz and the team are presenting a brunch buffet with spring-forward dishes catered to every palate. Guests will be able to choose between offerings like juicy prime rib served with au jus and horseradish cream, succulent Atlantic salmon with chimichurri, or fluffy eggs Florentine to name a few. Of course, it wouldn’t be a true brunch buffet without an omelet station, build-your-own parfaits, and a bountiful assortment of pastries + desserts by executive pastry chef Jessie Rae Nakoneczny, including mini carrot cupcakes, chocolate coconut “bird nests,” and mini strawberry rhubarb shortcakes.

1153 Center Dr, Park City, UT 84098
(435) 200-8840

Overlook Restaurant

Park City
Easter brunch
Adults $90, children (12 and under) $45, five and under $15

909 W Peace Tree Trail., Heber City, UT 84032
(435) 575-1650

Riverhorse On Main

Park City
Brunch buffet
11.00 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Adults $95, children (under 12) $65

Celebrate Easter Sunday tapas-style, with Riverhorse On Main’s Easter tapas brunch. Choose from a full menu of all-you-can-eat, tapas-style brunch favorites with an elevated twist, alongside an inventive selection of original Riverhorse dishes.

540 Main St, Park City, UT 84060
(435) 649-3536

Stein Eriksen Lodge

Deer Valley
Brunch buffet
11.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
Adults $135, children (5-12) $45

Enjoy a variety of soups, salads, smoked fish, shellfish, mussels, Snake River Farms ham carving station, omelets, waffles, crepes, and savory entrees of crab Oscar benedict, grilled lamb T-bones, seared halibut, braised wagyu short ribs, a special kids’ buffet, and chef Stevie-Ray’s dessert display.

7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT 84060
(435) 649-3700

Waldorf Astoria

Park City
Brunch buffet
Adults $110, children $55

Delight in an Easter brunch buffet with lively action stations of made-to-order omelets, crepes, carved ham, and turkey. Choose from dishes like acai bowls, chia seed parfaits, eggs benedict, shakshuka, a variety of soups, salads, a seafood display, flat iron steaks, salmon, and a special kids’ buffet.

2100 Frostwood Dr, Park City, UT 84098
(435) 647-5500

Dining out – Davis County

Twigs Bistro

11.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
$45 per person

  • First course served family style – assorted pastries and danishes, fresh fruit and berries
  • Second course – toasted pecan Caesar salad, sun dried tomato pesto pasta salad, grilled asparagus, served chilled prawn cocktail
  • Third course – slow roasted prime rib with horseradish cream, orange bourbon glazed ham, rosemary roasted potatoes, scrambled eggs
  • Fourth Course served family style – assortment of sweet treats

155 N E Promontory, Farmington, UT 84025
(801) 447-8944

Easter 2022 dining at home in Utah

Beltex Meats - Easter ham
Beltex Meats – Easter ham

If you’re catering to a crowd or prefer to indulge yourself and yourself alone this Easter – the following businesses might have something you fancy…

Beltex Meats

Utah’s best butchers are taking pre-orders for their Easter cuts. Cider-glazed smoked hams and holiday legs of lamb are available for 2023, order here. Price is $50 deposit with the remainder due at pickup.

Catch Sitka

Fancy a seafood-fueled Easter table? All of the Alaskan seafood from Catch Sitka Seafood is caught wild, using hook-and-line sustainable fishing practices, immediately iced, processed dock-side by artisans, blast frozen to lock in flavor and sent straight to you. Alaskan seafood is some of the very best in the world – and CS’s is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee too. Check em out here. If you make a purchase we get a referral fee.

Fleming’s Steak House

Was well as offering dine in options, the downtown steakhouse are also offering plenty of pre-cooked goods to go, everything from crab cake bite through salads and steaks. See their catering options for the holiday here.

Spice House

I’ve been banging on about the Chicago based Spice House for as long as I have been writing this website. See: forever. The reason? You really can’t find better spices, anywhere. I know some might think there’s no difference between this and that, but trust me, freshness is everything. Moreover, if you make a big enough purchase, it usually works out cheaper than local grocery stores anyway. Adobo to za’atar – these guys have it all – and I’ll confess to having spent days and days thumbing through their collection. We get a referral fee for purchases made with them – check them out.

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