7 Not to Miss Easter Brunches


Easter weekend is full of family time and fun, but sometimes it can get a little too busy to make an Easter meal for the whole family. If you’re looking for some last-minute plans or are just not interested in cooking this weekend, check out our list of brunch options around East Tennessee for this Easter Sunday!

1. Easter Brunch Cruise on the Volunteer Princess

Hop on board the Volunteer Princess for a brunch buffet! The purchase of a ticket includes a private table for your family and friends, along with a cruise from 1-2:30 p.m. Boarding starts at 12:30 p.m. and the cruise will set sail rain or shine. For more information and menu options, visit their website

2. Seasons

Seasons will be hosting a reservation-only brunch complete with a variety of different options with a special menu curated for Easter. Visit their website for menu options and pricing. 

3. Vida 

If you’re up for trying something new, Vida is serving a five-course brunch on Easter, featuring their classic Pan-Latin dishes. Reservations are required and can be made by phone or email. 

4. RT Lodge

Located in Maryville, RT Lodge will be hosting an Easter Weekend Tea Service this Saturday from 12-2 p.m. There will be several different pastry options, wine, cocktails, tea, and mocktails. Tickets are required for table reservations and individual attendees. 

5. The Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro

The Dancing Bear in Maryville will be serving an Easter brunch at the Bistro from 11-3 p.m. It will feature their signature Applachian style food and special holiday cocktails. 

6. The Lonesome Dove

Located in the Old City, The Lonesome Dove will be doing a special Easter brunch. They serve urban western cuisine featuring traditional and new flavors.

7. Easter Brunch on a Tennessee River Cruise

Tennessee Riverboat Co. will be hosting an Easter Brunch and Easter Dinner cruises on the riverboats. Reservations can be made here.

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