Photo courtesy of Baron’s Cove

As time gracefully hops along, Easter approaches with its promise of renewal and celebration. Whether you mark the holiday or not, indulging in the Easter brunch tradition is a must for everyone. Here is our list of the best places in the Hamptons to revel in the joys of spring and share moments of culinary delight this upcoming holiday.

Baron’s Cove

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Baron’s Cove reopens Easter Weekend and is going all out to celebrate. In honor of the holiday and their own rebirth for the season, there will be an Easter Egg Hunt at 1pm Sunday, Easter brunch, live music and even a special guest appearance by the Easter Bunny — so clearly this is the place to see and be seen. 

Baron’s Cove, 31 W Water St, Sag Harbor

Canoe Place Inn & Cottages

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Served in the beautifully appointed Good Ground Tavern, Canoe Place is adding to their traditional brunch menu delicious Easter specials including Tart Flambe, Stuffed French Toast, Chicken and Waffles, and Eggs in Purgatory. Delicious holiday desserts include Carrot Cake and Brioche Doughnuts with Cinnamon-Sugar and Strawberry Marmalade.

Canoe Place Inn & Cottages239 E Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays

Gurney’s Montauk 

Celebrate the holiday with a lovely brunch in the ocean-facing dining room of Scarpetta Beach served from 10:00am – 2:00pm. The brunch for $130 per adult and $60 per child 12 & under will include everything from cinnamon sugar french toast to a carving station to a chilled seafood bar. There will also be a Bloody Mary bar with all the fixings that you most definitely won’t want to miss.  At 11:00am at the Regent Lounge, enjoy an egg hunt and a host of fun, family-friendly activities.

Gurney’s Montauk, 290 Old Montauk Hwy, Montauk

L&W Market 

For those expected to host Easter brunch and not wanting to be stuck in the kitchen all day, L&W Market is coming to the rescue. They will be offering Easter specials — think deviled eggs, charcuterie platters, lamb, and sides, ie. basically anything you could possibly want to serve for Easter Brunch. Pick up is Sunday morning from 10am-12pm so if you invite guests over at 1pm you can have everything laid out as though you did it all yourself. (I promise I won’t tell). 

L&W Market,  2493 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton 

Le Bilboquet 

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Le Bilboquet will be hosting Easter brunch for $95 per person. Nestled in the Sag Harbor marina, this is the perfect place to celebrate the start of Spring as you sip on rosé and brunch on blinis and caviar waterside. They are also offering an Easter basket stuffed with Madeleines, chocolate eggs and assorted cookies. 

Le Bilboquet,  1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor

Topping Rose House

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Topping Rose House is offering a special three-course Easter brunch for $98 per person. Chef Jean Georges is famous for celebrating the seasons and his farm-to-table cuisine, literally using ingredients grown on the property, so if you’re looking for a Spring and fresh feast, this is likely as good as you’re going to get, which is honestly darn amazing. 

Topping Rose House, 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike

Il Buco al Mare

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Il Buco al Mare started in 1994 when filmmaker Donna Lennard and her Italian partner, Alberto Avelle, opened a small antique store on Bond St. and has since expanded across the world, including to Ibiza, where this Hampton’s “sister restaurant” is located. Thankfully for us, we now don’t have to go all the way to Spain to enjoy this special Easter brunch. The restaurant will be offering a three-course Sunday feast for $95 per person. Well, technically four courses if you count the focaccia ricotta with peas and garlic for the table. If you’ve had their bread, you know what a treat it is!

Il Buco al Mare,  231 Main St, Amagansett 

Tutto il Giorno 

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In 2008 friends Gianpaolo de Felice and David Mayer longed to open a seaside restaurant and serve food inspired by Ginapaolo’s Neapolitan mother. Thankfully, their dream was accomplished and we can now enjoy their special Easter feast, which not only includes homemade spinach pasta, but also a traditional Neapolitan Easter cake. Thank you in advance to Gianpaolo’s mom. 

Tutto il Giorno, Sag Harbor and Southampton

Sant Ambroeus 

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This Easter, Sant Ambroeus will be adding an Easter inspired dish to every course. Select tuna deviled eggs, lamb spinach ravioli, or the Lamb Carré, a roasted lamb rack, to your usual Ambroeus feast — and dig in! 

Sant Ambroeus, 66 Newtown Ln, East Hampton

The Hampton Maid

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The Hampton Maid is reopening their breakfast menu March 22nd, just in time for Spring and, more importantly, for us to take advantage of their special Easter Brunch. Breakfast will be served from 8am to 1pm for $45 per adult and $20 per child, which I’d consider a steal given this place has been listed multiple times as the Hamptons “best breakfast place,” not to mention there will also be a special appearance by the Easter Bunny and an Easter egg hunt. What more could you want? 

The Hampton Maid, 259 E Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays

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