Where to Go for Easter Brunch
Celebrate the season with Scotch eggs, leg of lamb, raw bar, Bloody Marys, brioche goodies and more.
Whether you celebrate Easter as a religious holiday, are famished after a spirited egg hunt or simply are looking for a great excuse to join friends and family for brunch, you’ve got options. These special meals feature traditional dishes like lamb, ham and eggs (of course ), as well as a bounty of colorful spring vegetables and enticing sweets.
Copperwood’s Easter brunch starts at 9 a.m. for the early diners and goes well into the afternoon. The restaurant will be decked out in spring colors and kids will receive holiday eggs. But the adults may opt for dishes like Scotch eggs—which are wrapped in sausage, then breaded and fried. If the sun is shining, you can bet the dog-friendly patio will be packed.
4021 Campbell Ave, Arlington (Village at Shirlington)