Easter Brunch in Ogunquit
It’s a holiday and time to get hoppin’ for that Easter breakfast. So after the Egg Hunt and Easter Basket comes one of the best parts of the holiday: Easter Brunch. Whether the morning falls in March or April – so you can think of it as an sign of Spring – the day is highlighted by friends and family around a shared table.
Here are our top five ways to enjoy Easter Brunch in Southern Maine
Bintliff’s Easter Breakfast
Yes, the dining room is a bit on the small side and you’ll have a wait unless you are up with the chickens, but the crème brulee French toast is worth it. Another classic is the Bintliff’s scramble with asiago cheese. Just a 2 minute drive from the hotel, so you’ll quickly get your spot in line.
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Speaking of omelets and flap jacks, the brunch right next door at Jonathan’s is both easy to get to and yummy. Plus, guests get 15% off! It’s almost tempting to stay in your pajamas the dining room is so close to our hotel. While we do encourage some basic clothing, we understand – after all, you just woke up.
Classic and famous. Diner grub but in the best way – like Grandma use to make. Codfish cakes, lobster pie and breakfast specialties. Quite simple, home cooked food in a friendly atmosphere just like Grandma would have wanted!
Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School
Well, okay – so maybe not exactly brunch and not on Easter. But sign up for one of these classes and learn how to make an amazing breakfast. Then you’ll be better than the Easter Bunny. Classes like ‘Let’s Do Brunch’ showcase Apple Brioche French Toast and spicy shrimp cocktail and burnt caramel crepes. Coupled with a discount at the school’s store and you’ll fill your Easter basket will all sorts of goodies.
MC Perkins Cove
Oyster bar. Ocean views. Jazz. Take Easter up a notch (and don’t forget to make reservations) with ocean side dining for Maine smoked bacon, peekytoes crab cakes and Maine lobster with hollandaise sauce. Hmmm . . . we’re feeling a little hungry.
Still not sure about Easter Brunch in Maine?
Add a little extra fun with a walk along Marginal Way to work up – or off – your holiday breakfast. Or take a drive to the top of Mt. A to see the stunning view. Be sure to bring your camera. There really is nothing as wonderful as spending quality time together in Maine for the holiday.
If you’re thinking of visiting our Ogunquit hotel to enjoy a cozy cocktail by the pub fireplace or head to Maine for the Easter holiday, check out our Easter Weekend package and great hotel room choices with a central location.