Northern Michigan Restaurants: Looking for a simpler way to do Easter? Dozens of Northern Michigan restaurants serve Easter brunch; check out your favorites in our MyNorth Dining Guide. Or try one of these fine Easter brunch destinations in Ellsworth, Traverse City, Bellaire, Acme and Glen Arbor.
From noon to 2 pm Chef Webb puts together a three course brunch with appetizer, entree and dessert selections from the Rowe Inn's regular menu for $25, Brunch selections change often based on the latest seasonal specialty ingredients offered by nature. Reservations requested. roweinn.com.
Sunday brunch is easy and relaxing at Amical in Traverse City from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Amical has a long-standing tradition of offering crepes, eggs Milano, Belgian waffles, French toast, Tilapia over spinach, cracker crust pizzas and many salad selections. Reservations are strongly recommended.
If pork is on your Easter brunch list, you might check out Traverse City's Towne Plaza where charcuterie, pork belly and shoulder in the puff join French toast, smoked salmon and grilled romaine on the menu. Brunch starts at 8 a.m. Look for Chef Hoffman to have some special offers as well. Reservations are recommended.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., dine at The Lakeview in Shanty Creek Resorts in Bellaire on a wide assortment of brunch fare including fruit, pastries, smoked whitefish gratin with flatbread, shrimp, omelettes cooked to order, orange-glazed ham, roasted top round of beef, and baked seafood casserole in tarragon cream sauce. Children under 6 are free; older children, adults and seniors range from $13 to $26. Reservations are recommended.
Enjoy a variety of traditional and assorted buffet items such as omelet and carving stations, a variety of fresh salads, pastries and desserts and much more from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. at Aerie inside the Grand Traverse Resort. Aerie Sunday Brunch includes a glass of champagne per adult. Reservations are recommended.
You'll want to get reservations for Nonna's Chef Piombo's brunch menu of seasonal ingredients. Nonna's, in The Homestead in Glen Arbor serves brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tavern seating is for adults only and families with children dine in the porch area. Reservations are recommended.