Easter Brunch 2019: Where to make that last-minute reservation

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Easter Brunch 2019
Roost // TOWN Carolina

No plans yet for Easter brunch? There are still reservations open at some favorite local spots, and many are accepting walk-ins. A couple are even offering Sunday brunch for the first time this Sunday, April 21. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

First-timers

Bacon Bros. Public House

For the first time, Bacon Bros. is opening for brunch on Sunday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This will mark the first ever Sunday opening for Bacon Bros, and due to limited seating and high demand reservations are strongly encouraged.

The Easter brunch is a Pre Fixe menu curated by executive chef Anthony Gray with staples from the Bacon Brother’s menu and exclusive specials. Bacon flights, smoked bacon benedict, and mushroom, asparagus, and goat cheese quiche are just some of the plates which will be available. Guests will be able to choose between 2 courses for $21 and 3 courses for $25. A kid’s menu will be available.

Make reservations online through baconbrospublichouse.com or by calling the restaurant at 864-297-6000.

Charcuterie plate (strawberry-basil jam, lemon, foie gras torchon, merlot-soaked cherries and pickled mustard seeds) // ANDREW HUANG

Tacos and Mas

The second location of this locally-owned restaurant serving up authentic Latin cuisine is launching brunch Easter Sunday. The Latin brunch with plenty of margaritas that has been offered for months at the original East Side location will now also be served 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at 1751 Woodruff Road.

Tacos and Mas owners Ana and Hector Batista opened their second location on Nov. 6. Photo by Will Crooks / Greenville Journal

Buffets

Larkin’s Sawmill at North Main

Roost

The Lazy Goat

Nose Dive

Soby’s

Southern Culture

The Spoonbread Restaurant at the Westin Poinsett

Soby’s brunch // provided

À la carte

The Anchorage

Husk

GB&D

Stella’s Southern Brasserie

Larkin’s on the River

Fork & Plough

The HabiTap

Rick Erwin’s Nantucket Seafood

Jianna

Up on the Roof

el Thrifty

Hare and Field

Hall’s Chophouse

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