Still Time to Make Easter Brunch Reservations in Chicago

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It’s Wednesday, and Easter is Sunday. Do you have reservations for brunch? No? Don’t worry neither do I, but there’s still some tables available to have an absolutely delicious Easter brunch with friends and family. The places below still have some reservations but who knows for how long.

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Dusek’s brunch is already fantastic, but their adding bacon-wrapped rabbit loin with spring fricassee, one hour hen egg and grain mustard as an Easter special. It’s ok if you need to take a moment to wipe the slobber off. Wash that rabbit loin down with their Easter punch—consisting of gin, lemon, lillet blanc, crème de violette, orange bitters, and soda water. Within the same building go to Thalia Hall and enjoy their first-annual free egg hunt for both adults and kids where eggs will be filled with goodies from Thalia Hall, Dusek’s, Punch House, The Empty Bottle, The Promontory, SPACE, La Catrina Café, Honky Tonk BBQ, Modern Cooperative, Carnitas Don Pedro, Market Supply Co., Belli’s Juicebar, and more.
Dusek’s, 1227 W. 18th St.
Thalia Hall, 1807 S. Allport St.
Egg hunt starts at 12:00 p.m.

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For a Southern-style brunch check out Chicago q. Along with their popular carrot cake pancakes, pulled pork and fried green tomatoes egg benedict, or smoked chicken over honey-buttered cornbread benedict, they’ll have smoked deviled eggs with pickled shrimp and apple-smoked rabbit confit as Easter specials. Kids will enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny, some face painting, and an egg hunt.
Chicago q, 1160 N. Dearborn St.
Brunch from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

Although relatively new to the brunch game, Bar Takito is coming on strong and spicy this Sunday for Easter. Experience pambazos, spicy Mexican tortas with guajillo sauce, house chorizo, potatoes, eggs, crema, queso fresco, lettuce, and cilantro; huarache, a spicy corn pancake with pork belly, beans, smoked queso fresco, yellow peppers, fried eggs, cilantro, and sesame; and posole, pork and hominy soup with New Mexico chiles, cabbage, radish, cilantro, poached eggs, and tostadas. You can cool the tongue down with their avocado shake made with El Mayor Blanco, Chareu Aloe Vera Liqueur, avocado yogurt, cilantro and coriander.
Bar Takito, 201 N. Morgan St.
Brunch from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

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