Where to Get Easter Brunch in Pittsburgh

Easter is one of the best times of the year to treat you and your family to a Sunday brunch.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a “brunch” person, this is the one day out of the year where you can see what all the fuss is about. Whether you want something elegant and traditional-- or would prefer a more casual place with different brunch options-- there’s something for everyone on this list.


So after the Easter baskets are opened and all the eggs are found, don’t worry about cooking and hit up one these restaurants instead! Make sure you get your reservations in early-- these places tend to fill up quickly.


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The Grand Concourse

The Easter brunch in Pittsburgh with the most options!

View of the Grand Concourse
Image courtesy of the Grand Concourse. A beautiful backdrop to your Easter brunch this years.

Station Square

100 W. Station Square Dr.

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412-261-1717

Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm

Fri-Sat 11am-11pm

Sun 9am-9pm


If you’re looking for a fancy place to do Easter brunch this year, get your reservations in at the The Grand Concourse located in Station Square. This is one of the most popular places in Pittsburgh for Easter brunch-- and after looking at their menu-- it’s easy to see why!


There are so many options available, including a seafood station, meat carving stations-- that include prime rib-- as well as a huge salad bar and dessert bar. Plus you get to experience all this in the historic Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Building-- complete with original architecture and windows. It’s truly an elegant way to celebrate Easter.


“Beautiful restaurant right in the heart of station square, overlooking the river...The food is excellent and the atmosphere is ambient. I enjoy myself every time I eat at grand concourse.” -Yelp Review



Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

Try something a little different for Easter brunch

Buffet at Fogo de Chao
Image courtesy of Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse. Their Easter buffet is sure to please all the meat-lovers in your family.

Downtown

525 Smithfield St.

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

412-312-5001

Mon-Thurs 11am-3pm, 5pm-10:30pm

Fri-Sat 11am-3pm, 5pm-11pm

Sun 11am-10pm


Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse is one of the newest additions to dining options in downtown Pittsburgh. It combines the traditional Brazilian steakhouse with a fantastic variety of menu items into one large buffet.


There are are all kinds of steak options to choose from off of their churrasco menu-- including some of the most popular cuts all cooked in the Brazilian style. Add in a huge salad bar, sides, soup, and dessert-- and you have a great option for Easter brunch this year.


“Truly a 5 star evening. Start to finish, greatly appreciated the opportunity to enjoy such an amazing restaurant. The appetizer wine food (meat) service was all top notch.” -Yelp Review


Hard Rock Cafe

A rockin’ place to have Easter brunch

Cocktails at Hard Rock Cafe
Image courtesy of Hard Rock Cafe. Stop in for Easter brunch and have a great time rocking out to all your favorite songs.

Station Square

230 Station Square Dr.

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412-481-7625

Mon-Thurs 11am-11pm

Fri-Sat 11am-12am

Sun 11am-11pm



You might not think it, but the Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh has a great Easter brunch set up. Located in Station Square, it’s just across the Monongahela River and right at the foot of Mt. Washington. This is a great place to watch your favorite acts perform live-- but did you know they also serve up brunch for the Easter weekend?


This is a great option if you prefer something a little more casual than some of the other options in Pittsburgh. It’s a great, relaxed atmosphere that offers all your favorite brunch dishes.



“One of the best Hard Rocks ever! Great food & the friendliest staff you'll ever meet.” -Yelp Review

Ditka’s

A super popular place for Easter brunch

Easter eggs in a basket
Image courtesy of Ditka’s. Easter brunch at this place is a great idea, especially if you have a large group.

Robinson Twp.

1 Robinson Plaza

Pittsburgh, PA 15205

412-722-1555

Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm

Fri 11am-10:30pm

Sat 9am-10:30pm

Sun 9am-9pm


Ditka’s is another great option for Pittsburghers to go out for Easter brunch. Their dining room is huge-- and can accommodate a lot of people at once. That’s why this is a great idea for brunch-- especially if you have a bigger group of people.


Ditka’s is located right off the parkway in Robinson Twp., and right next to the popular Mall at Robinson. Their brunch is full of your favorites, but also includes some of the best steaks, chops, and seafood in the ‘Burgh.


“We went for lunch and had a great experience. Good service and great food! I'd recommend going for lunch on the weekend since they offer both lunch and breakfast items.” -Yelp Review




Revel & Roost

Eclectic array of choices for Easter brunch

Brunch from Revel and Roost
Image courtesy of Revel & Roost. Stop into this place if you’re looking for some creative Easter brunch menu items.

Downtown

242 Forbes Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

412-281-1134

Mon-Thurs 11am-11pm

Fri-Sat 11am-12am

Sun 10am-10pm


Revel & Roost are two separate spots, but located under the same roof. They are a part of the Hilton Garden Inn right off of Market Square in downtown Pittsburgh. But together, they offer a great Easter brunch destination.


Revel is located on the street level, and where you can find some amazing brunch options as well as fantastic breakfast cocktails. Roost is located on the 2nd floor and is where you would go for a more upscale brunch experience. Whichever you choose, you’re guaranteed to have some amazing Easter brunch menu options!


“Fantastic experience! The food was amazing and the service was phenomenal...Come here and I guarantee you will love whatever it is you need to satisfy your thirst and hunger.” -Yelp Review



The Terrace Room

Beautiful place in a historic hotel for Easter brunch

Brunch at the Terrace Room
Image courtesy of Omni William Penn. A wonderful Easter brunch option that’s located in a historic hotel.

Downtown

50 William Penn Plaza

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412-553-5235

Mon 6:30am-11, 11:30am-2pm

Tues-Thurs 6:30am-11, 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-9pm

Fri 6:30am-11, 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-10pm

Sat 6:30am-2pm, 5pm-10pm

Sun 6:30am-2pm


The Terrace Room is located in the beautiful Omni William Penn Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh. This is an elegant way to celebrate Easter-- and is complete with with beautiful tables full of crystal, silver, and fresh cut flowers.


The service here is impeccable, and Pittsburghers love the dining experience in the large, ornate dining room. Their Easter brunch is fantastic, and full of delicious continental cuisine. If you’re looking to do something a little different for brunch this year, consider this classic option.


“This is one of those amazing old-school venues everybody ought to visit once...But you'll enjoy the service, the sweeping ceilings, the magnificent mural, and general atmosphere as a time traveling adventure to another era.” -Yelp Review


Meat & Potatoes

Classic spot for Easter brunch

Brunch at Meat and Potatoes
Image courtesy of Meat & Potatoes. Their Easter brunch menu is as delicious as it is creative.

Downtown

649 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

412-325-7007

Mon-Thurs 5pm-10pm

Fri 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-12am

Sat 10:30am-2pm, 5pm-12am

Sun 10:30am-2pm, 5pm-10pm


Meat & Potatoes offers some of the best brunches on Sundays throughout the year-- and Easter Sunday is no different. The atmosphere in this place is always welcoming, and if you’re looking for a casual, relaxed spot for Easter brunch-- look no further.


Located in the cultural district of downtown Pittsburgh, Meat & Potatoes has some interesting-- but delicious-- options on their Easter brunch menu, such as avocado toast, brisket hash, and prosciutto grilled cheese. Don’t forget to take advantage of their famous Bloody Mary bar as well!


“The space was really nice, very posh but also comfortable. We were seated near a window which was nice because we got to see the cityscape...I would definitely return and recommend Meat & Potatoes for anyone who wants to enjoy a more upscale dining experience.” -Yelp Review


Acorn

Great spot in Shadyside for Easter brunch


Easter brunch at Acorn
Image courtesy of Acorn. This spot has a fantastic Easter brunch menu just waiting for you to try!

Shadyside

5528 Walnut St.

Pittsburgh, PA 15232

412-530-5950

Mon-Tues 5pm-10pm

Wed-Thurs 11am-10pm

Sat 10am-11pm

Sun 10am-10pm


Acorn is a delightful little restaurant in Shadyside that would be a great place to go for Easter brunch. This restaurant concentrates on sourcing their ingredients from local, organic farms. This ensures that all the ingredients that go into their menu are the freshest around.


Their brunch menu is full of seasonal dishes that are simple, yet still refined. If you love a good bagel and schmear-- look no further than this restaurant! They also offer pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and eggs benedict-- which are some of Pittsburgh’s favorite Easter brunch items.


“Lovely ambiance, I loved the space it was very intimate. Restaurant, and restrooms were kept very clean.. our server was great...Would highly recommend acorn for brunch, and I can't wait to check out lunch and dinner!” -Yelp Review



If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate Easter, consider doing brunch at any of these fine establishments. Whether you like traditional brunch fare-- or something more out of the ordinary-- you’re sure to find something you like at these places. Where’s your favorite place to do Easter brunch? Let us know in the comments!


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