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Little Bites: Easter Brunches

Where and what to eat when the bunny comes



Easter Brunches

10 Below

10 NW Minnesota Ave. | 541-382-1010

10 am.-2 pm.

$30 adults, $15 kids, free 5 and younger

Often overlooked (well, it is downstairs after all), this sleek subterranean setting offers a traditional variety from tasty crepes to prime rib.

Awbrey Glen 

2500 Awbrey Glen Drive | 541-385-6011

9.30 am – 1 pm

$29.95 adults, $12.95 kids 6-12, free 5 and under

Mountain views pair well with a variety of freshly baked pastries, ham and a range of offerings for kids in a country-club setting.

Black Butte Ranch

13899 Bishops Cap | 541-595-1260

9:30 am - 3 pm.

$39.95 adults, $18.95 children 5-12, free 4 and younger

Offerings plucked from a garden onsite and "made at the Ranch."


16986 SW Brasada Ranch Road, Powell Butte | 855-412-6055

9 am.-3 pm.

$43 adults, $20 children 5-10

Floor to ceiling windows in the main dinning room and outdoor seating provide a classic—yet rustic—setting.


700 NW Bond St. | 541-382-5174

9 am - 2 pm

$28 adults, $17 kids 5-12, free kids 4 and younger

Comfort-food classics and an assortment of traditional McMenamins' desserts in their familiar, early '90s Bohemian flair.

The Meadows at the Lodge (Sunriver Resort)

17600 Center Drive, Sunriver | 541-593-3740

8 am – 1 pm

$39.95 adults, $19.95 kids 6-12, free kids 5 and younger

Overseen by French-educated Chef Fabrice Beaudoin, who's embraced a concept of preparing locally grown ingredients for his light-touch culinary confections. And, oh yeah, champagne.


550 NW Franklin Ave. | 541-647-6904

Noon-3 pm.


In-town and nontraditional (the Easter Bunny never ate peanut sauce over coconut rice!), Noi offers an easy-to-access and elegant setting. Wear your finest Easter hat to bring some color to the venue.

Old Mill Brew Werks 

803 SW Industrial Way | 541-633-7670

11 am - 4 pm

$6-$12 (ala carte)

Nothing wrong with a mid-brow mix-and-match Easter brunch, and especially welcoming with its later start.

Pine Tavern

967 NW Brooks St. | 541-382-5581

10 am.-3 pm.

$32 adults, $16 kids

Quaint, close to home and set in one of the oldest establishments in town. Thank goodness the food is fresher!


65600 Pronghorn Estates Drive | 541-693-5300

11 am.-1 pm.

$46 adults, $18 kids 6-12, free 5 and younger

An oasis between Bend and Redmond, Pronghorn's elegant and generous Easter brunch probably won't leave much energy to hit the links afterward.

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