Wondering where you can eat for Easter?
Following are some helpful tips for Nashville residents who are wondering:
What’s open Easter Sunday? … Which restaurants serve Easter brunch?… The best places to take out-of-town guests.
Brentwood Area Easter Brunch Locations
For an easier Easter, consider visiting Honeybaked Ham.
The Honey Baked Ham store is tucked in the Brentwood House shopping center, next to Walgreen’s on Franklin Road. Hams start at $45.
You can even order your ham online and pick it up at the Brentwood store. Phone (615) 370-1608.
Martha’s At The Plantation is a lovely place to take out-of-town visitors.
Just 15 minutes west of Brentwood, the restaurant hosts a Southern-style Easter brunch adjacent to the historic Belle Meade Plantation.
Chef Martha Stamps (who’s appeared on TV’s Martha Stewart) presents an interesting twist on regional holiday dishes.
Questions? Phone (615) 353-2828.
It’s always an event to visit Nashville’s Opryland Hotel for Easter.
Two of its restaurants (Rachel’s and The Cascades) serve traditional Easter brunch buffets.
The Old Hickory Steakhouse serves an evening Easter dinner.
For more information, call (615) 889-1000.
If you want to treat your family, the best place for Easter brunch in Brentwood is Mere Bulles.
This restaurant, housed in historic Maryland Manor, has an elegant buffet for holidays.
This Easter, Mere Bulles will be offering tables every half-hour and hour between 10:30 and 2:30. Located in Maryland Farms.
TIP: Call Mere Bulles soon for reservations at (615) 467-1945. Last year, I phoned over a week prior to Mother’s Day, only to find that each seating was completely full.
O’Charley’s will be open Easter Sunday.
They will be serving their signature Sunday brunch menu.
For questions, call (615) 370-0274.
Here’s a great list of other Nashville area restaurants serving Easter Brunch this year!