Spending Easter weekend with family this year in the ‘burgh? We put together a list of some of the best brunches, events, egg hunts, church services and more. Choose your own adventure, Pittsburghers! Happy Easter! Here are some of the great Easter activities in Pittsburgh.
The award-winning Grand Concourse serves up its usual Sunday brunch, with everything from a kids table serving chicken tenders to traditional holiday entrées like baked ham or prime rib. More information here.
Out of town relatives will love seeing the sights as they dine on a buffet menu of favorites like scrambled eggs, French toast, blueberry pancakes and more. More information here.
If you want to take a short road trip, Nemacolin Resort and Woodlands is hosting a reservations required Easter brunch buffet. More information here.
Eggstravaganza! at the National Aviary
Join in a spring celebration at the Aviary with an Easter bunny parade, egg hunt and story time with a live bird appearance. More information here.
Phipps Spring Flower Show
Phipps’ Spring Flower Show begins in March and ends just a week after Easter, so hurry in while you can. Easter weekend is a great time to enjoy the show. More information here.
Simmons Farm Egg Hunts
The farm in McMurray hosts egg hunts the week leading up to Easter, from March 23rd-31st. There’s even a petting zoo, coloring craft, ducky races and more. More information here.
Mt. Lebanon Annual Egg Hunt
The annual egg hunt starts at 11 a.m. the weekend before Easter. Photos are immediately after with the Easter bunny. More information here.
St. Paul Cathedral
St. Paul’s has an Easter Vigil at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday. Before that is the annual Blessing of the Easter Baskets at 12 noon. More information here.
Calvary Episcopal Church
Calvary Episcopal’s Easter services will be held on Saturday Sunday. Calvary is located at Shady Ave. at Walnut Street. More information here.
North Way Christian
This Christian church offers services for Easter at their Wexford, Oakland, Sewickley Valley, East End, Dormont and Beaver Valley locations. More information here.
The Capital Grille
The upscale steakhouse offers upscale dining perfect for bringing the family to for Easter dinner. Enjoy steaks, crab cakes and more while sipping on one of their signature cocktails. More information here.
Eddie Merlot’s has had an extensive brunch for Easter patrons in the past—enjoy beef tenderloin, glazed ham, roasted turkey and more. More information here.
The Terrace Room
The restaurant at the Omni William Penn is serving an extensive Easter menu, with choices like prime rib, pan roasted chicken and delicious desserts like a chocolate trifle and festive raspberry parfait. More information here.