(Photo of Castle Hill Inn via Newport Restaurant Group)

Easter is quickly approaching, it’s March 27th for those who don’t know, and if you plan on dining out it’s time to make those plans and reservations.

If you’re looking for a normal brunch on Easter, here’s Where To Brunch In Newport. Be sure to call ahead to make sure restaurants didn’t change their hours, options or close for the holiday.

If you’re looking for a great place to dine-out that’s doing something special for Easter in the City-By-The-Sea, here’s some really good options…

1. Hotel Viking

The annual “egg-straordinary” Easter Brunch at Hotel Viking  is sure to please with a bounty of favorites from breakfast classics including traditional Eggs Benedict and omelets made-to-order to heavenly temptations like the Strawberry Grand Marnier Stuffed French Toast and Molasses Lacquered Virginia Ham. See The Menu

Easter Brunch at Hotel Viking is on Sunday, March 27th with seatings at 11 am and 1pm. Brunch is priced at $64 per adult, $49 for senior citizens, and $24 per child (6-12 years), plus taxes and gratuity.

For more information or reservations, call Hotel Viking at (401) 847-3300.

2. CRU Cafe 

CRU Cafe is going to offer their brunch from 9am-3pm as normal but this will be a brunch buffet, omelet station, the works, chef is creating some great holiday recipes. It will be BYOB and anyone participating in the byob will be able to take part in their special beverage bar complimentary. Reservations are not mandatory for this event. CRU will also have some games for the kids too! $29.95 per adult, $18.95 for kids and under 5 years old are free. SEE THE MENU

For more information or reservations, call CRU Cafe at (401) – 314-0500.

3. 22 Bowen’s Wine Bar & Grille

Break bread with friends & family on Easter Sunday at 22 Bowens Wine Bar & Grille down on Bannister’s Wharf. 22 Bowens will offer seasonal specials as well as traditional favorites.

For more info visit 22 Bowen’s – For reservations call 401-841-8884

4. Castle Hill Inn

What better way to kick off Spring than by celebrating Easter at the Castle Hill Inn on Ocean Drive with Easter Brunch. Enjoy traditional favorites, as well as unique Castle Hill treats. The Castle Hill Inn will also host an Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 12 and younger, reservations required.

For more info visit Castle Hill Inn – For reservations call 888-466-1355

5. Fifth Element

The Fifth Element on Broadway will host Easter Sunday Brunch from 11am to 3pm, with live jazz music from 12pm – 3pm with Alan Bernstein and friends.

For more info visit The Fifth Element – For reservations call 401-619-2552

6. Hyatt Regency Newport

The Hyatt on Goat Island will host an Easter Buffet Brunch from 11am to 2:30pm on Sunday, March 27th, view the menu here.  Cost:  Adults $49.95, Children $19.95, Children 5 & Under FREE, Seniors {62+} $39.95. Prices do not include 8% tax & 23% gratuity

Reservations Required. Call 401-851-3301 to reserve your table today.

Hyatt will also host two Easter Egg Hunts, they begin promptly at 12:30 PM and 2:00 PM. Meet in the Grand Ballroom foyer. Take pictures with their Easter Bunny and join in on the fun!

7. OceanCliff

Enjoy gorgeous views and a fabulous Easter Brunch at OceanCliff between 11:30am – 4pm. Featuring complimentary mimosa toast upon arrival, pastry, raw bar and antipasto stations, choice of entree and dessert. Cost is $65 per person. See The Menu

For more information and reservations, click here or call 401-849-4873.

8. Vanderbilt Grace

Gather your little chicks and visit their beautiful flower-filled garden for an exciting Easter egg hunt and egg decoration competition.

Count your spoils with their spring-inspired brunch with a carving station and omelette buffet. $55 per person (tax & gratuity not included).

Stay three nights at The Vanderbilt Grace for Easter weekend and Sunday brunch will be included. Subject to availability and valid until 27th March, 2016.

For more information visit Vanderbilt Grace – For reservations call 401-846-6200

Check back again, more restaurants may be added if we receive more information. 

Ryan Belmore is the Owner and Publisher of What's Up Newp. He was born and raised in Rhode Island and graduated from Coventry High School. He serves as Vice President of Fort Adams Trust and serves on the Board of Directors for Potter League for Animals. Ryan also is currently the Senior Editor - North America for Mountain News, publisher of OnTheSnow. Ryan is a member of Local Independent Online News (LION) Publishers and North American Snowsports Journalists Association (NASJA).

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