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Easter 2024 Dining in Utah – where to eat this year

Salt Republic interior at Hyatt Regency

Time to check your calendars, everyone – Easter Sunday falls relatively early on March 31st this year. As per usual the date is marked by local restaurants with a wide array of buffets and dining specials. Below are all of the extra special Easter dining options we know of in Utah this year. Please note that the 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 updates. For previous years, and even more inspiration, see our prior Easter roundups from 2023, 202220212020, and 2019. The full archive goes back 17 years…

Note: unless otherwise listed all specials are for Sunday, March 31st. 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.

Oasis Cafe

Downtown Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet – menu
$40 adults, $20 kids
9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Urban Hill

Post District
Buffet – menu
$75 adults, $30 kids 5-12
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

JBF-nominated Executive Chef Nick Zocco is curating a lineup for elevated, spring-forward dishes for Urban Hill’s Easter Sunday brunch! Swapping out the usual brunch offerings for a buffet-style spread of savory and sweet options. Guests will be able to enjoy delectable dishes such as decadent brioche french toast with berry compote, eggs Benedict topped with prosciutto cotton and hollandaise, smoked salmon with cornichons and pickled veggies, plus a variety of pastries and confections from Urban Hill’s sister bakery, Hill’s Kitchen.

Hearth & Hill

Park City
$64 adults, $30 kids
10.00 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.

The Aerie

Snowbird resort
All-day brunch buffet
$60 adults, $30 kids 12 and under
11.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.

Featuring elevated twists on sweeter treats, like bananas foster pancakes, to fresh and savory dishes like pepper-crusted prime rib. Easter sunrise service & Easter egg hunt also being held.


Montage resort, Deer Valley
$95 adults, $45 kids 12 and under
11.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Enjoy the excitement of an Easter egg hunt and a special visit from the Easter Bunny at 10 a.m. at Vista, followed by an Easter buffet at Apex, where an array of delectable dishes awaits.

Emigration Cafe

Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet – menu
$55 adulys, $24 kids 11 and under, $10 kids 5 and under
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

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.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

The Gateway, Downtown SLC
Three-course brunch
From 11.00 a.m. March 30th
From 11.00 a.m. March 31st

Begin with strawberry fennel salad or potato leek soup, followed by your choice of entrée (shellfish Louie, tenderloin, or pork chop), and then finish with lime cheesecake tart.


Cottonwood Heights
Four-course prix fixe – menu
$98 adults, $40 kids
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Grub Steak

Park City
Three-course Easter dinner – menu
5.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.

Choice of house salad, baby romaine Caesar salad, or wild rice & mushroom soup, baked Alaskan halibut with roasted asparagus, and choice of dessert from the homemade dessert tray.

Goldener Hirsch

Deer Valley
Ala carte brunch – menu
10.30 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Executive Chef Senthil has meticulously crafted an alpine-inspired menu with highlights, including Belgian waffles, corned beef hash, steak & eggs, and more. Children can also watch for a delightful surprise delivery that brings a touch of magic to their meal.

Hub & Spoke

Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet – menu
$54.99 adults, $27.49 kids under 12
8.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.


Pendry Resort, Park City
$50 adults, $20 kids 12 and under
7.00 a.m. – noon

KITA invites guests and locals alike to visit KITA for a special holiday-enhanced breakfast and brunch buffet. Savor seasonal Easter flavors over delicious holiday classics, plus a carving station with maple glazed ham.

La Caille

Easter brunch served family-style
$125 per person

Little America

Downtown Salt Lake City
Brunch buffet – menu
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
$79 adults, $35 kids 5-12

Indulge in tossed greens, seafood delights, and savory hot dishes like roasted leg of lamb and herb-crusted tri tip. Sweet treats like french toast and pastries, and kids will love a special station featuring chicken fingers and macaroni and cheese.

Riverhorse On Main

Park City
Brunch-style tapas
$175 adults, $75 kids 12 and under
11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Salt Republic

Hyatt Regency, Downtown SLC (pictured top, credit Gastronomic SLC)
Brunch buffet
$75 adults, $37.50 kids
9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Brunch buffet menu featuring everything from king crab legs to suckling pig and, smoked salt ribeye, wagyu reuben bites, smoked salmon tartlets, and more classic breakfast choices like meyer lemon crepes and bread pudding. The kid’s menu features a selection of chicken tenders and house-made macaroni and cheese. Open to both guests of the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City and locals.

Simon’s Restaurant

Homestead Resort / Midway
$78 per person

Stein Eriksen Lodge

Deer Valley
Brunch buffet
$150 adults, $50 kids 4-12
11.00 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.


Cottonwood Heights
Buffet – menu
$95 adults, $45 kids 12 and under
10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Twigs Bistro

Station Park / Farmington
Three-course prix fixe – menu
$46.99 per person, $19.99 kids 12 and under

Z’s Steak and Chop Haus

Zermatt Resort / Midway
Brunch buffet
$70 adults, $35 kids 7-12, $12 kids 6 and under
8.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Beltex Meats - Easter ham
Beltex Meats – Easter ham (Gastronomic SLC)

Celebrating at home


Various locations. The local grocer is offering a number of heat and serve meals. At the time of press (March 9th) the meals are being offered at discount pricing. Options include deluxe ham dinners through red chile bee tamale meals.

Want to stay on top of the SLC food scene, minute by minute, dish by dish? Here are a few other places you should follow along:

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2 thoughts on “Easter 2024 Dining in Utah – where to eat this year”

  1. Because of your praises we tried Franklin Ave for the 1st time. You are right it is fantastic—as you suggested we ordered the Snap Peas & then the Black Cod—both outstanding. It is now a regular on our dining list.

    And we recently needed a place to eat within walking distance of Abravanel Hall & found Antica Roma. Fun place in that Chef Roberto—age north of 60 & a prior resident of Rome makes fresh pasta in the front of the house if you get there early. Rumor is that he also sings on Saturday nights.

    1. Hi Bob. I’m delighted to hear you enjoyed Franklin. I went at least a half dozen times in 2023, I find it a perfect place for so many occasions: quick drinks, big dinner, lazy lunch etc 🙂

      I’ll have to add Antica Roma to my own list!

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