10 Easter Dining Experiences in Metro Detroit

Celebrate the holiday with crab cakes, ham, desserts, mimosas, and more
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Hazel’s - easter dining
The softshell crab sandwich is among the items available at Hazel’s on Easter. // Photograph by Anthony Morrow of Bureau for Hazel’s

Hazel’s

This Birmingham seafood spot is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 17 for Easter brunch. Guests can enjoy French toast, crab cakes and eggs topped with lobster bisque, softshell crab sandwich, shareable steam pots, pancakes, and more. Book your table online; groups of eight or more should call to reserve their spot. Hazel’s, 1 Peabody St., Birmingham; 248-671-1714; eatathazels.com

Andiamo

Andiamo is hosting a plated Easter dinner at all five of its restaurants. Buffet brunches — which are free for kids 4 and under, $17.95 for kids 5-10 years old, and $40.95 for adults — will also take place at Andiamo Warren and Andiamo Fenton. Reservations can be made by calling individual restaurants or visiting the Andiamo website. Visit andiamoitalia.com for locations.

Joe Muer

Joe Muer is hosting an Easter brunch and dinner this year. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bloomfield Hills restaurant, the brunch will feature a sushi bar, raw bar, carving station, and Belgian waffle station as well as a buffet with options like eggs Benedict with hollandaise, chicken piccata, fresh pastries, applewood bacon, and more. Pricing is free for kids 4 and under, $30 for ages 5-10, and $65 for adults. Dinner will be served from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Bloomfield Hills and from noon to 8 p.m. in Detroit. Reservations can be made online. Joe Muer Detroit, 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 1404, Detroit; 313-567-6837; and Joe Muer Bloomfield Hills, 39475 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, 248-792-9609; joemuer.com

Rugby Grille

The Townsend Hotel’s restaurant, Rugby Grille, is presenting a four-course Easter brunch on April 17. The meal includes options such as green eggs and corned beef, green apple salad, entrees like ravioli and lobster frittata, and a chocolate bunny dessert. A kids menu is also available. Brunch is $85 per person, and reservations can be made online. Rugby Grille, 100 Townsend St., Birmingham; 248-642-5999; rugbygrille.com

Hometown Hospitably Group

The restaurant group behind Pop’s for Italian, One-Eyed Betty’s, and Public House is selling heat-and-serve Easter brunch kits. For $150, the kits feed four to six people and include a Dearborn ham, quiche Lorraine, roasted red-skin potatoes, deviled eggs, fruit, apple crumble, a mimosa kit, and a $25 gift card to Hometown Hospitality restaurants. Orders can be placed online through April 14 and picked up from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Easter at Pop’s in Ferndale. Visit order.dinehometown.com to place your order.

Public House

Locals can also dine at Hometown Hospitality Group restaurant Public House on Easter. The restaurant will be serving all-day brunch and hiding Easter eggs for guests to find. Reservations can be made online. Public House, 241 W. Nine Mile Road, Ferndale; 248-733-4905; publichouseferndale.com

Frame

Frame is partnering with chef Max Hardy — our 2021 restaurateur of the year — to present an Easter Weekend Seafood Boil Party on April 16 and 17. For $90 a person, diners can enjoy crab legs, crawfish, Georgia sausage, corn, mac n cheese, apple cobbler, and more. Multiple seating times are available and can be reserved on Frame’s website. Frame, 23839 John R Road, Hazel Park; framehazelpark.com

The Whitney

The Whitney is planning two Easter events this year. On April 16, the Detroit restaurant will host an afternoon tea. The event — which is $49 for kids 10 and under and $79 for adults — includes an afternoon luncheon, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and an Easter egg hunt. Tickets are available online. Then on April 17, The Whitney will present a three-course Easter Brunch. The meal kicks off with an appetizer trio, then an entrée with options like Brick Chicken and Vegan Sausage Hash, and a dessert. Each diner will also get a mimosa or fresh-squeezed orange juice along with coffee or tea. A children’s menu for kids 10 and under is also available. Pricing is $59.95 per person for the three-course meal, and $29.95 for kids. Reservations can be made online. The Whitney, 4421 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-5700; thewhitney.com

Harbor House

Enjoy an All-You-Can-Eat Easter Feast at Harbor House’s Clinton Township location on April 17. From 1 p.m. to 10 p.m., the restaurant will be serving unlimited ham and turkey, mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, bread baskets, and more. Guests also get access to a soup and salad bar. Harbor House, 34250 Groesbeck Hwy., Clinton Twp., 586-791-6070; harborhousemichigan.com

Blake’s Tasting Room

Enjoy Easter brunch with Blake’s Tasting Room buffet. Options include sliced ham, scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns, eclairs, mini muffins, pasta salad, charcuterie boards, and more. Blake’s craft hard ciders, beer, and wine as well as mimosas and sangrias will also be available. Kids 2 and under eat free, while brunch is $10 for children 10 and under and $25 for adults. Reservations can be made online. Blake’s Tasting Room, 17985 Armada Center Road, Armada; 486-784-9463; blakefarms.com

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