Easter Sunday is just around the corner and if you’re on the hunt for some brunch reservations, we’ve got a few suggestions.
According to Yelp, as Redbook Magazine recently reported in its best Easter brunch in every state list, Canoe (4199 Paces Ferry Road SE) is a top-notch option for anyone looking for “an intimate, secluded feel and delicious food.”
“Tucked away on the banks of the Chattahoochee, Canoe has the air of an upscale country lodge, with lush flower and vegetable gardens surrounding the elegant patio spaces,” AJC’s Bob Townsend wrote about the restaurant in 2018. “Chef Matthew Basford’s Sunday brunch menu features crave-worthy house-smoked salmon with a crispy potato pancake and goat cheese. The Crispy Shrimp Salad with Napa Cabbage Slaw & Sweet Pepper Remoulade is a great choice for a not too heavy meal. If you want a full-on, nap after dish, they’ve got that too.”
While we don’t see any open reservations for Easter brunch available as of Monday, April 8, the Atlanta restaurant offers an option to be notified as soon as something opens up. May the odds be ever in your favor.
If Canoe isn’t a reality this year, consider brunch at some of our AJC dining team’s other favorite spots around town, such as Local Three Kitchen & Bar, The General Muir or Buttermilk Kitchen.
More Easter events and coverage from The AJC:
- Buy This: Three sweet treats for your Easter brunch
- How to enjoy Chocolate Easter eggs without the Cadbury bunny
- Your ultimate guide to Easter egg hunts around Atlanta
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