Written By Holly Brooke Events / Places / Restaurants / Victoria Mar 30, 2015 Where to Brunch This Easter Weekend in Victoria SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestSpring is here and Easter is fast approaching. It’s the first long weekend in April and the perfect time to get together with the family and eat!For many families, eating out on Easter is an annual tradition. Fortunately, there are a ton of places in Victoria to enjoy a great Easter Sunday brunch. From kid’s crafts to fluffy omelets and double caesars, these eateries will have a little something for everyone. Guests can sink into a variety of meat-centric to vegetarian and locally sourced items including house-made specialty dishes.Don’t know where to go? Not to worry because we have scoured the city tracking down all the best places to kick back and relax this Easter. Take the family out and let the kids hunt for that rabbit so the adults can enjoy a deluxe meal made just for them.Better get hopping though, because reservations fill up fast!Aura Waterfront RestaurantWhat: Sunday Easter Brunch Where: 680 Montreal Street When: April 5, 11:00am & 11:30am, 1:00pm & 1:30pm seatings Don’t miss: the ids corner with crafts, cookie decorating and movies Price: $47.00 per adult / $23.50 children 6-11 / bunnies under 5 FREE Reservations: (250) 414-6739Bear Mountain (Bella Montagna)What: Easter Brunch Buffet Where: 1999 Country Way When: April 5, 10:00am – 2:00pm Don’t miss: salad bar, hot station, antipasto board, breakfast items, house-made desserts Price: $48.00 per adult / $24.00 kids 6-14 / FREE for kids under 5 Reservations: (250) 391-7160 or (250) 391-5224Blue Crab Seafood HouseWhat: Easter Brunch Buffet Where: 146 Kingston Street When: April 5, 10:30am – 3:00pm Don’t miss: an array of seafood, chef carved prime rib, salads and house-made desserts Price: $37 adults / $15.95 kids 10 and under / kids 3 and under FREE Reservations: (250) 480-1999The Butchart GardensWhat: Easter Spring Lunch at the Gardens (includes admission to the gardens) Where: 800 Benvenuto Avenue, Brentwood Bay When: April 1-30, lunch served from 11:30am – 3:00pm (2 courses) Don’t miss: The Easter Bunny Hunt and Basket Draw! April 3-6, 9:00am – 5:00pm Price: $49.50 per person / $37.10 youth 13-17 / $24.65 for 12-month pass holders Reservations: (250) 652-8222Camilles RestaurantWhat: Easter Brunch Where: 45 Bastion Square When: April 5, 10:00am – 2:00pm Don’t miss: the Brome Lake duck confit with the demerara waffles Price: $11-$24 menu prices Reservations: (250) 381-3443Earls Kitchen and BarWhat: Easter Weekend Extended Brunch Where: 1199 Government Street When: Good Friday April 3 to Easter Monday April 6th 11:30am – 2:00pm Don’t miss: Sourdough French toast, Chorizo Mushroom Hash, Eggs Florentine plus a full wine and craft beer selection, mimosas and caesars. Price: $12 -$14 menu items Reservations: (250) 381-1816Fairmont EmpressWhat: Afternoon Tea and Easter Egg Hunt Where: 721 Government Street When: April 4th & 5th 12:0pm – 3:45 seatings Easter Egg Hunt times: 1:15pm, 2:45pm and 4:15pm Don’t miss: tea sandwiches, signature scones, pastries and the Easter Bunny! Price: $49.95 per adult / $24.98 children under 12 Reservations: (250) 389-2727Fairmont Empress (The Crystal Ballroom)What: Easter Brunch Buffet Where: 721 Government Street When: April 5, 10:00am – 1:00pm Don’t miss: local seafood platters, eggs benedict, regional dishes, and dessert buffet Price: $55.00 per adult / $27.00 per child Reservations: (250) 389-2727Hotel Grand PacificWhat: Easter Brunch Buffet Where: 463 Belleville Street When: April 5, 10:30 – 2:00pm Don’t miss: Honey glazed ham and a chef’s carving station, smoked and cured fish platters, French toast with caramelized apples, salads, eggs and desserts Price: $39.00 per person / $19.50 children 5-12 / FREE for children under 4 Reservations: (250) 380-4458Merridale CiderWhat: Easter Brunch and Scavenger Hunt Where: 1230 Merridale Road, Cobble Hill When: April 4th – 6th 11:00am – 3:00pm Don’t miss: The kids colouring contest and scavenger hunt! Price: $8.00 – $15.00 menu prices Reservations: (250) 743-4293Oak Bay Beach HotelWhat: Easter Brunch (The David Foster Theatre) Where: 1175 Beach Drive When: April 5, 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm and 1:00pm seatings Don’t miss: eggs benedict, pancakes, honey glazed ham and hot cross buns and the famous children’s buffet! Price: $55.00 per adult / $27.50 4-10 years / 3 and under complimentary Reservations: (250) 598-4556The Teahouse at Abkhazi GardensWhat: Easter High Tea Where: 1964 Fairfield Road When: April 5, 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm seatings Don’t miss: four-course high tea Price: $38 per person Reservations: (778) 265-6466Vista 18What: Easter Buffet Brunch Where: 740 Burdett Avenue When: April 5, 9:30am – 1:45pm Don’t miss: Seafood platters, sushi, charcuterie, prime rib, salads, egg dishes, pastries Price: $39.95 per person / seniors $34.95 per person / children 5-12 $19.95 Reservations: (250) 382-9258West Coast Grill (Prestige Oceanfront Resort)What: Easter Buffet Brunch Where: 6229 West Coast Road, Sooke When: April 5, 9:00am – 2:00pm Don’t miss: the most affordable buffet brunch on our list! Price: $25.00 per adult / $12.50 per child Reservations: 778-425-0888Can’t make it on Sunday? Want to try something a little different? Head to the Ukrainian Church in Esquimalt for the Easter Bake Sale.St. George Ukrainian Orthodox ChurchWhat: Ukrainian Easter Bake Sale Where: 1100 Colville Road When: Sat, April 4th 10:00 – 2:00pm Don’t miss: Ukrainian Easter Breads (Paskas and babkas), Baking, Perogies, Cabbage Rolls, Fresh Kobasa and hot lunch Price: Free admission Reservations: not requiredphoto SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Holly Brooke Holly Brooke is a true B.C. gal. Having lived on the west coast most of her life, except for several years in the Kootenay's where she canoed and fished and lived in a tipi, she's very much at home outdoors and in the kitchen. ... Read More You may also like Events / Victoria July 17, 2017 Vancouver Island Feast of Fields Celebrates 20th Anniversary Pictured above: The first Feast of Fields Vancouver Island organizing committee. (Left to right) Sinclair Philip, Alfons Obererlacher, Mara Jernigan, ... 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