Top Nashville Easter Brunches in 2023

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Nashville, Tennessee is an amazing city to visit during Easter.  Not only is the city beautiful, but they have a number of wonderful Easter brunches throughout the city.  So today, we wanted to tell you about some of the most special ones.

1. Gaylord Springs Easter Brunch

Gaylord Opryland Resort is one of the premier, if not the premier, hotels in Nashville.  It is more than just a hotel, really, it offers guests so many experiences.

And of those experiences is an Easter Brunch.  The Gaylord Springs Easter Brunch takes place at Gaylord Springs Golf Links, so you’ll have great panoramic views of the gorgeous golf course.

The brunch will be prepared by the resort’s award-winning chefs.  The menu, as you would expect, is outstanding.

Brunch Menu

  • Omelet Station
    • Made to Order
    • Seasonal Fillings
  • Breakfast Breads & Cereals
    • Chocolate Croissant
    • Banana & Zucchini Breads
    • Blueberry Muffins
    • Opryland Honey Butter & Dickinson Jams
    • Steel Cut Oatmeal
    • Cranberry Apricot Cream of Wheat
  • Breakfast Classics
    • Banana Foster French Toast Casserole
    • Smoked Brisket Hash
    • Scrambled Eggs
    • Hash Brown Casserole
    • Bacon & Sausage
  • Seasonal Fruits & Parfaits
    • Sliced & Whole Fruits
    • Avocado-Grapefruit Parfaits
    • Bluberry-Chia Parfats
  • Carving Board
    • Rosemary Brined Turkey
    • Herb Roasted Prime Rib
    • Brown Sugar Pork Loin
    • Sourdough Rolls
    • Bordelaise
    • Vinaigrette
    • Chimichurri
    • Blackberry Chutney
  • Seafood
    • Shrimp Cocktail
    • Grilled Arctic Salmon with Caper Butter
  • Side Dishes
    • Baked Potato Casserole
    • Polenta with Pecorino & Black Pepper
    • Grilled Asparagus with Hollandaise
    • Raosted Carrots with Shallot, Tarragon & Fennel
    • Kale Pesto Tortellini with Shrimp
    • Prosciutto & Peas
  • Kids
    • Hot Dogs
    • Chicken Fingers
    • Peas & Carrots
    • Tater Tots
    • Penne Pasta & Meatballs
    • Fruit Cups
    • Chocolate Chunk Cookies
  • Dessert
    • Vanilla Bean Eclairs
    • Caramel Banana Parfait
    • Strawberry Shortcake Parfaits
    • Raspberry Almond Frangipan
    • Chocolate Chip Creme Brulee
    • Brambleberry Custard Cream Puffs
    • White Chocolate Amarna Cherry Tart
    • Jack Daniels Brioche Bread Pudding

Pricing & Booking Information

This brunch costs $97.23 per adult and $51.35 per person for children ages 5 to 10 years old with children ages four and under free with paid adult.

You can buy a ticket for the event here.  And if you want to make your Easter truly special, consider staying at Gaylord, whether for a vacation or a staycation if you’re from the area.  You can find the best price for the hotel here, where the hotel is actually on sale for stays during Easter.

2. Easter Brunch at The Dutch

The Dutch is an American restaurant located on the ground floor of the W Nashville, a downtown Nashville hotel in The Gulch neighborhood.  They are hosting a Southern-style Easter brunch this year from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  Highlights of this Easter brunch include a carving station, bottomless mimosas, and live music.

You can make a reservation for the brunch here.  You can find which website has the lowest price for the W Nashville if you want to stay at the hotel as well by checking this website.

3. Easter Brunch at Hotel Preston

Hotel Preston is a hotel just outside downtown Nashville.  And it is hosting a great Easter brunch this year. They’ll be serving a buffet full of Southern favorites and classic staples.   The staff at Hotel Preston’s Blackwood Restaurant & Bar will also be providing some great beverages.  Local artists will even be there to provide live music.

You can book a ticket for this brunch here.  You can also book the hotel for 22% off here.

4. Easter Brunch at the Aquarium Restaurant

The Aquarium Restaurant is one of my family’s favorite restaurants in Nashville.  We love how you can watch fish swim by in the aquariums as you eat.  The food is really good.  And I really love the location.  It’s at Opry Mills shopping center which has a lot of great stores like Build-A-Bear Workshop, Champs Sports, Hot Topic, Box Lunch, Columbia Factory Store, and more.

So, therefore, we think Easter Brunch at the Aquarium Restaurant would be a great choice.  They have a delicious breakfast buffet that starts seating at 11:00 AM.  You can even get your picture taken with the Easter bunny during the event!

The buffet costs $49 for adults, $39 for seniors, $20 for children ages three to ten, and it is free for children ages two and younger along with an adult purchase.

You can make your reservation here.

5. Halls Chophouse Nashville

Hall’s Chophouse will be spending its first Easter at Nashville.  You can help them celebrate this momentous occasion, as well as enjoy a great brunch, by attending their Easter brunch from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  You can make a reservation here.