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Brunch on Easter is a must! It’s a way to bring together family and friends to continue to celebrate and commemorate the special holiday.

For many, brunch on Easter has become a tradition that will likely stay around for generations. Gathering around the table and creating lasting memories is a huge part of any holiday.

Brunch in itself creates a cheerful and comfortable atmosphere. Anytime I think of Easter Brunch I think of the sun being out – nice and bright, spring flowers starting to bloom around the city, and of course the food.

For those that may not know, the word Brunch is the combination of breakfast and lunch. When it comes to brunch you have three types of people:

The one that only goes for the breakfast food.
The one that only goes for the lunch food.
The one that goes for both.

I’m typically the one that goes for the lunch food and bypasses the breakfast. This year I might be someone going for both.

Easter Brunches are usually very versatile in the food that is offered, especially here in the CSRA. From a decked-out omelet station to a spread of your favorite southern dishes.

For those who are looking to eat out for Easter instead of creating a whole spread at the house, we’ve put together 5 options for you to choose from. These locations are putting together a special brunch menu for Easter just for you.

One of my absolute favorite holiday brunches in the CSRA is Partridge Inn –  but the options don’t stop there! Some of the options below are buffet style, while others have prepared a menu. Most of them also operate by reservations. Everyone is trying to get in at one of these spots, so be sure to secure you’re spot once you’ve got to the bottom of the list.

Here are 5 Easter Brunches in Augusta Happening this weekend.

  • Partrdige Inn

    Partridge Inn will be hosting its annual Easter Brunch. The brunch will be served buffet style, with made-to-order stations as well.

    When: Sunday, March 31

  • Easter Egg Brunch on Fort Esienhower

    The Fort Eisenhower Brunch is back! Some featured menu items include a Waffle Station, Pineapple Brown Sugar-Glazed Ham, Flounder Florentine, 3 Cheese Mac & Cheese, and more. 

    When: March 31

    Time: 1 pm – 4 pm

  • Edgars Grille

    Edgars Grill will be hosting an Easter Brunch serving up an array of gourmet options. Some of the items you can expect on their menu are a low country boil, made-to-order omelets, and a meat carving station.

    When: Sunday, March 31

    Time: 10 am – 4 pm

  • Augustinos

    Augustino’s will be offering their annual Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet. 3 seats are offered, 11 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm.

    When: Sunday, March 31

  • Thrive at Augusta

    This isn’t a restaurant, no! It is actually a senior living facility calling families around to enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt and Brunch.

    When: Saturday, March 30

    Time: Brunch 11 AM

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