If you want to eat a decadent brunch on Easter look no further than Magnolia’s or Blossom on East Bay Street. With flowery names, both restaurants truly harken springtime. Make reservations now as these restaurants will be busy the entire weekend.
Easter Sunday in downtown Charleston will be filled with women in colorful dresses and big Easter hats – many headed to local restaurants straight from Easter service at one of the many churches in the Holy City.
At Magnolia’s, enjoy country fried steak and eggs, caramelized onion and white cheddar grits, redeye gravy with bourbon-bacon hollandaise. We also love their pigs in a blanket – buffalo chipotle sausage wrapped in orange-buttermilk pancakes, sunny-side up eggs and maple syrup.
At Blossom try their chicken and waffles, pecan-fried chicken breast with Vermont maple syrup. The Brioche French Toast is practically to die for, served with fresh strawberries, powdered sugar and Vermont maple syrup.
With elegant furnishings and upscale décor, the atmosphere at both restaurants is quite lovely for an Easter brunch. You can’t go wrong with a reservation for Easter brunch at either location.
Visit www.magnolias-blossom-cypress.com for more information and reservation information.