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Where to Dine out for Easter Around the Main Line

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These eight restaurants around the Main Line are open for brunch or dinner on Easter Sunday, offering à la carte options or buffets.

For many of us, cooking an Easter Sunday feast isn’t really in our skillset (and may very well endanger our families). For everyone’s sake (and safety), a reservation at a local restaurant is the way to go. All jokes aside, here’s our list of Main Line area restaurants where you can celebrate the holiday over brunch or dinner.



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Elevated brunch choices are offered at this fine dining favorite in Gulph Mills from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Barolo braised short rib hash with fried hen eggs, benedict with 24-month aged prosciutto and golden brown buttermilk pancakes are eye-catching selections. The regular menu is also available until 7 p.m.

100 Old Gulph Rd, Gulph Mills, (610) 520-1200

Epicurean Garage

Looking for a more relaxed vibe? Epicurean Garage’s family-friendly atmosphere is perfect for family brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and activities will be available for younger children. Bonus: The location is right around the corner from Marsh Creek, allowing for a post-brunch lakeside stroll.

570 Simpson Dr, Chester Springs, (610) 615-5189

Avola Kitchen + Bar


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Whether you’re looking for steak, pizza, salmon or French toast, Avola’s Easter brunch menu has you covered. Reservations are required, with seatings from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

625 N Morehall Rd, Malvern, (484) 328-8584

Black Powder Tavern

Enjoy a buffet-style holiday, available for both brunch and dinner, at this Wayne eatery. Both options include Easter classics like honey mustard-glazed ham, herb-roasted leg of lamb and carrot cake.

1164 Valley Forge Rd, Wayne, (610) 293-9333

General Warren

Open from noon to 7 p.m., General Warren is always a delight on holidays. This year’s celebratory menu includes so many standouts, like brie bruschetta, beef Wellington and an Easter flatbread. You’ll also find plenty of fresh springtime desserts to complete your meal.

9 Old Lancaster Rd, Malvern, (610) 296-3637

Tavola Restaurant + Bar

If you’re looking for the Bunny himself, he’ll be at Tavola on Easter Sunday from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The buffet menu is set to include tasty breakfast favorites.

400 W Sproul Rd, Springfield, (610) 543-2100

Teca Newtown Square

Planning on sleeping in and making it out for dinner? Teca serves an expansive menu from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the Italian Easter pie is a holiday must.

191 S Newtown Street Rd, Newtown Square, (484) 420-4010

Ludwig’s Grill & Oyster Bar

If oysters are your thing, they’re certainly on the holiday menu at Ludwig’s. Kids’ selections are perfect for the younger diners in the family.

2904 Conestoga Rd, Glenmoore, (610) 458-5336

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