Where to Eat Easter Brunch

Ten restaurants from New Orleans to New York City deliver delicious renditions of holiday classics. 

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Jeffrey’s, Austin

Easter brunch at Jeffrey’s in Austin is all about decadence, with an indulgent buffet set in a fine-dining environment. Wait for the arrival of the mimosa cart and raise a glass before digging into deviled eggs with black truffles; a seafood tower with oysters, shrimp, and lobster; or Petrossian caviar service. The carving station features a traditional roasted leg of lamb, but made-to-order dishes, like eggs benedict with country ham, are also on offer. The dessert bar—with macarons, carrot cake, and dark chocolate cake—will ruin you for more saccharine holiday sweets. $100 per person; 1204 W. Lynn St.; 512-477-5584; jeffreysofaustin.com.