Easter Feasts at Chicago Steakhouses

Considering the prominence of meat-eating going on for Easter (it is the end of Lent, after all), steakhouses are pretty much your best bet for holiday dining. Chicago has got plenty of options to choose from this year, too. Here are three of the best Easter offerings at local steakhouses: 

 

Tavern On Rush Easter Brunch

The Tavern On Rush Hippity hoppity Easter is on its way! Join us April 1st for our annual Brunch with the Bunny.

Hop Over to Harry Caray's Easter Brunch


​Harry Caray’s fan-favorite Champagne Brunch is back again this year. Harry’s River North location will offer a selection of brunch favorites and the suburban locations in Lombard and Rosemont will offer abundant buffet brunches, with a range of offerings including carving stations, made-to-order omelets and waffles, Harry’s classics like Chicken Vesuvio and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Prime & Provisions: From 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., this Loop steakhouse will once again be rolling out an opulent brunch spread, featuring seafood bars, slow-roasted meats, springy side dishes, cinnamon French toast, eggs Benedict and pastries. Seatings cost $65 per adult and $25 for children. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling Prime & Provisions. 

Swift & Sons: For the first time ever, Swift & Sons is getting in on the Easter brunch action, offering a family-style feast of prix fixe dishes and snacks like chocolate-chocolate chip scones, cinnamon rolls, marinated flank steak and eggs, whole-wheat pancakes with strawberry-rhubarb jam and sides like cheddar biscuits, applewood-smoked bacon and double-fried red potatoes. Shellfish towers and oysters can be added as a la carte supplements if you’re really feeling saucy. The menu is served from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on April 1, and the cost is $55 per person or free for children 12 and younger.     

RPM Steak: A la carte Easter brunch and dinner are on hand all day long, from noon until 10:00 p.m. on April 1. Guests can look for standout dishes like spring lamb chops, Japanese beef, olive beef and RPM Private Reserve 90-day rib-eye, among others. 

III Forks Prime Steakhouse: Celebrate the holiday with a special Easter prix fixe at this downtown steakhouse. Available all day long, from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on April 1, the menu is the handiwork of chef Hans Aeschbacher, who is featuring your choice of eggs Benedict (filet mignon, lobster tail or crab cake) served with asparagus, fingerling potatoes and a brunch beverage. An a la carte menu will also be available, with items like ahi tuna, scallops, filet mignon, rack of lamb, lobster tail and creamed corn. The cost for the prix fixe is $45, and reservations can be made by calling III Forks.  

Maple & Ash: Slow-roasted lamb is the star of the show at this glam Easter brunch, served from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. In addition to other options like fire-roasted seafood towers, carving stations, pancake stations and a sweets table, that must-eat lamb is well worth the trip to the Gold Coast for the holiday. Brunch goes for $90 per person, with the option to add sparkling wine for $25. Reservations can be made via phone or OpenTable. 

Morton’s The Steakhouse: Keeping things casual and classic is the name of the game at this steakhouse essential, where the regular menu will be available on Easter Sunday along with a surf & turf special of steak and lobster. Highlights off the regular menu, certainly befitting a holiday celebration, include filet Diane, jumbo lump crab cakes, lobster bisque and souffle. 

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