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The Easter Brunch spread includes assorted housemade pastries and seasonal fruit.


Easter Brunch is Back, and It’s One to Savor

By Krystal Sarna

Photo Courtesy of The Adolphus


The Adolphus Hotel ushers in a lavish Easter Brunch after more than a decade-long hiatus.

If you haven’t been to the newly renovated downtown hotel, The Adolphus, here’s your prime opportunity. For the first time in over a decade, the historic hotel will host Easter Brunch in the elegantly appointed 19th floor Century Ballroom. Guests will enjoy a mimosa bar and array of brunch favorites, including a raw bar with Wellfleet oysters and Jonah crab claws; plus, roasted leg of lamb, Texas honey glazed ham, quiche lorraine and freshly baked pastries. Savor the spread as notes played by a live harpist float through the airy ballroom. Come for the brunch, stay for the day—or night. The long weekend is the perfect excuse for a staycation, and each area of the Beaux Arts-style landmark is sure to spark inspiration, as modern elements mix with antiquated charm. Tickets $25 for children, $95 for adults, April 1, 10am-2pm, 1321 Commerce St., 214.651.3156