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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Best Easter Brunches in St. Louis: 2014

Posted By on Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 6:00 AM

You should probably pick up some chocolate bunnies at Kakao aftewards. | Crystal Rolfe
  • You should probably pick up some chocolate bunnies at Kakao aftewards. | Crystal Rolfe

Easter Sunday is the mack daddy of all brunches. When we were kids, it was all about the Easter egg hunt. Now it's waffles, bacon and lots of mimosas. It's also a time for many to get together with family, and brunch is an after-church tradition. There are lots of choices for your holiday brunch, but we've rounded up the ones we're dying to try.

See also: Atomic Cowboy Adds Latin American-Influenced Brunch Service

The dining room at Scape. | Laura Ann Miller
  • The dining room at Scape. | Laura Ann Miller

Scape (48 Maryland Plaza; 314-361-7227)

The elegant Central West End restaurant will have live jazz entertainment to accompany its brunch buffet. Pick from the seafood raw bar with colossal shrimp and crab legs, get a made-to-order omelet or crepe, multiple carving stations and more. Brunch is from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. It's $45 for adults, $20 for kids and children under five eat for free. You can make reservations here or call 314-361-7227.

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