Easter Brunch in Buffalo

For many Buffalonians, Easter holiday is a family affair including cooking a traditional Easter dinner for their family and friends.


For a select few it is a time to take off from cooking and enjoy a nice prepared meal. This is where finding a unique and delicious Easter brunch comes in.


Almost every year I enjoy dinner with my family, but in the last few years I have also enjoyed brunch with my friends. We always search out and peek at the menus online (when we can find them).




Here is a list of where you can find Easter brunch in WNY this year:


Note: In most cases, you will need to make reservations and these selections are in NO particular order. This is merely a list of places to go eat a delicious holiday brunch!


The Statler – Buffet Style

Features: Lobster and shrimp scrambled eggs garnished with fresh tarragon


Classics V – Buffet Style

Features: Fresh Buttermilk Waffle Station with Toppings Bar


Salvatore’s – Buffet Style

Features: Carving station and the Easter Bunny!


JJ’s White Elephant – Buffet Style

Features: Seafood Newburg and Carving Station


Templeton Landing – Buffet Style

Features: Crab Benedict and a Bloody Mary Bar


Danny’s Restaurant – Buffet Style

Features: Three locations with World Famous Omelettes


Shango – Regular Brunch Menu

Features: “Green Eggs & Ham” and New Orleans barbeque shrimp


Cecilia’s – Regular Brunch Menu

Features: Cannoli French Toast, Crab and Lobster Benedict


The Left Bank – Regular Brunch Menu

Features: TBA


The Grapevine – Buffet Style

Features: Multiple locations with both Brunch & Dinner Buffets


Samuels Grand Manor – Buffet Style

Features: Both Brunch & Dinner Buffets


Black Rock Kitchen and Bar – Regular Brunch Menu

Features: Salmon Plate and House Made Donut Holes


The Delaware – Special Brunch Menu

Features: Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict and Herb Roasted Leg of Lamb


Coles – Regular Brunch Menu

Features: Orange Cinnamon French Toast and Cajun Chicken Salad


Creekside Banquet Facility – Buffet Style

Features: Fresh & Smoked Polish Sausage and Lazy Pierogi


Banchetti’s – Buffet Style

Features: Cherry Cheese Crepes and Made to Order Omlettes


The Roycroft – Buffet Style

Features: In addition to their normal brunch – Quiche and Smoked Salmon


The Black Sheep – Special Brunch Menu

Features: H.R.E.A.M. – “Hash Rules Everything Around Me” and Steak Frites


Wherever you choose eat your Easter brunch in Buffalo, I am sure it will be delicious!


If you get a chance to try one of these places, let us know how it is. Or if you want to add to this list, feel free to leave a comment below!

Written by Erica Brotz

Erica Brotz

100% Pure Erica. Lover of Design. Lover of Buffalo. Cat Lady Extraordinaire. Gadget Obsessed and a Social Media Addict.

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