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Where To Eat For Easter In Reno

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Every Easter celebrating families and brunch lovers come out in droves for Benedicts, pancakes, and sweet treats. Whether you want a relaxing morning at home with world-class pastries, a decadent buffet, or an elegant coursed meal, here is where to find a dreamy Easter meal in Reno.

Cafe Whitney  – Easter Buffet & Live Music 

Whitney Peak Hotel, 255 N. Virginia St.

$55 Adults | $25 Kids | $15 Bottomless Mimosas/Bloody’s 

Enjoy an Easter Brunch Buffet alongside the soulful singing and piano stylings of Stevie Mello at Whitney Peak. The brunch buffet will feature all your Easter favorites. A carving station will be slicing roasted turkey and prime rib, which you can indulge in with scalloped or roasted potatoes. The breakfast station will be making eggs in all styles imaginable. Pancakes and french toast are served with chantilly cream and maple syrup. Make sure to save room for a chocolate easter egg treat!

a close up of food on a plate

Photo courtesy of Perenn Bakery, photographed by Cindy Rahe

Perenn @ Rancharrah 

The Village @ Rancharrah

If you fancy an at-home celebration, Perenn Bakery has you covered. Their Rancharrah location has their cold case stocked with everything you need to create the perfect Easter feast! In the freezer, you can find bake-at-home goodies, like classic, chocolate, and prosciutto gruyere croissants, as well as cinnamon rolls. In the cold case, you’ll find spring vegetable quiche, bake-at-home croissant French toast, and XXL creme brulee Kouign Amann. Don’t miss out on their Easter exclusives like twice-baked prosciutto gruyere with bechamel, or the strawberry rhubarb cobbler twice-baked croissant. The Rancharrah location will also be open for dine-in and the Midtown location is open for pick-up orders.


Atlantis Grand Ballroom Gourmet Bruncha crab on a table

Atlantis Hotel, 3800 S. Virginia St

$82.95 Adults | $24.95 Kids (4-10) | Reservations Required

The Atlantis has Easter festivities happening at all their in-house restaurants, but our mouths are watering for the gourmet buffet at the Grand Ballroom. Guests can feast on brunch classics including made-to-order pancakes and omelets, scrumptious carved meats like maple-glazed ham and beef Wellington, and a seafood selection with king crab and jumbo prawns.

mimosaWild River Grille

17 S. Virginia St.

$39 Adults | $16 Kids (12 & under) | $12 Bottomless Mimosas 

Celebrate Easter alongside the rushing Truckee River. Wild River Grille is offering a three-course Easter Brunch. The first course will feature mini muffins, mixed berry parfait and fresh fruit. The second course includes a choice of steak & eggs, chicken & biscuits, blueberry blintz, pork belly bendict, or shrimp Louie salad. The meal finishes with either a passionfruit shortcake or mango sorbet. A separate menu is available for kids.

The Shore – Easter Brunch Buffet 

a close up of a piece of cake on a plate

1 S. Lake St. 

$75 Adults | $25 Kids (6-12) | 5 & under eat free

Another classic Easter brunch option is the buffet at The Shore inside the Downtown Renaissance Hotel. Benedicts, Belgian waffles, oysters on the half shell, and slow-roasted prime rib are just a few of their feasting options. Little ones can enjoy a build-your-own slider bar, while adults head to the bloody mary and mimosa bar.