Easter is brunch time Our favourite culinary spots for a festive breakfast

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A long Easter weekend is the perfect opportunity to enjoy an extended brunch with family and friends. While many people celebrate the festival traditionally at home, many restaurants and cafés come up with special Easter treats for their guests.

So if you want to leave your own four walls to indulge yourself on Easter, the next problem arises: the agony of choice. That's why we've put together our favourite places for an extended brunch at Easter. And in good time, because you're rarely alone in Berlin's gastronomy and should book well in advance. However, since not all restaurants have confirmed their Easter plans yet, we will continue to update this list until the festivities. So it's worth checking back regularly!

Click on the orange marked names to find out more about the individual locations!

Mars Silent Green

Last summer, we convinced ourselves of the brunch quality in this unique location on the premises of the former crematorium in Wedding. The team has developed a particularly extensive programme for Easter: There will be a classic Easter egg hunt for the whole family.

In addition, all visitors to Mars will receive a homemade egg liqueur. Sophie's Easter plait with rhubarb-vanilla compote is also homemade. Less traditional are the brunch dishes: Chicken and Waffle with Crispy Chicken and Rübli Cheese Waffle, as well as Asparagus Langos with 68-degree organic egg, hollandaise and Manchego. We are sold!

MARS Silent Green | 
Gerichtstraße 35 | 13347 Berlin-Wedding


Always worth a visit is the restaurant of the same name in the Hotel Michelberger. Via the inner courtyard on Warschauer Straße, you reach the culinary ray of hope in this otherwise rather barren corner. The spacious restaurant area with its high windows promises a cosy time with good food. At Easter, there is the well-known sustainable brunch buffet for 28 euros combined with a few Easter specialities that are still being planned.

Chiaro at Hotel de Rome

We stick to hotel restaurants. Chiaro is an exquisite place for brunch. The restaurant in the Hotel de Rome hosts an Easter brunch on Easter Sunday, with a reception at the bar followed by a meal with various Easter specialities and live cooking stations. The whole thing is available for 99 euros, including reception, coffee and non-alcoholic drinks. Those who prefer their brunch "boozy" can order drinks à la carte. Weather permitting, there is also a barbecue station in the garden.

Chiaro | 
Behrenstraße 37 | 10117 Berlin-Mitte.The brunch will take place on Easter Sunday, 09 April from noon.


It doesn't necessarily have to be brunch. While brunch is a bit of a drag and is associated with a quiet start to the day, active people can reward themselves with an Easter lunch at Terz instead. Again, we don't yet know what dishes it will include, but it's a sure thing that it's coming, just as the beautiful bistro in the Schillerkiez won't disappoint.

Terz Berlin | 
Herrfurthplatz 14 | 12049 Berlin-Neukölln

Charlotte & Fritz

In keeping with tradition yet with a modern interpretation, Charlotte & Fritz at Regent Berlin offers an Easter brunch menu to share, with a choice of vegetarian, fish or meat. Home-baked focaccia, salads, homemade pickles, grilled vegetables and flädlesuppe as starters take precedence over a rack of lamb, brown trout from 25 ponds or vegetarian gnocchi with wild garlic, Dresdner Berle and cress. There is lukewarm carrot cake, crème Chantilly and lemon sorbet for dessert. So for his "favourite holiday", chef Daniel Müller goes all out. The menu costs 89 euros for adults, with cheaper offers for children, depending on their age.

Charlotte & Fritz | Summer Lounge | 
Charlottenstraße 49 | 10117 Berlin-Mitte.The Easter Brunch will be offered on Easter Sunday, 09 April from noon - 3:00pm.

Das Stue

Das Stue in S/O Berlin offers a fully developed Easter concept. On 9 and 10 April, the Lazy Easter Breakfast will be served as a buffet, with various dishes from classics such as Easter plait and coloured eggs to beef tartar and Eggs Benedict to shakshuka and crispy chicken waffles. Including coffee and non-alcoholic drinks, the whole thing costs 79 euros for adults and 37 euros for children aged 7 to 12. But that's not all: for the little ones (who can come for free if they are under 7), there will be egg dyeing from 1 pm. And for those who prefer to go in the evening: the Stue also offers an Easter dinner from 6 pm.

Das Stue | 
Drakestraße 1 | 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten


We just can't let go of Bonvivant. The Schöneberg cocktail bistro is too likeable for that, and its offer, whether for drinks, dinner or, in this case, brunch, is simply too good. Of course, the kitchen team around young chef Nikodemus Berger has also come up with something special for Easter.

With non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverage accompaniment (53 euros), there is an extensive brunch menu (95 euros), meat-free, of course, and with the best that the fields and forests have to offer. Kohlrabi with fir, celery with charcoal butter, asparagus with nut butter and the delicious kale with egg yolk, which we recently had the pleasure of tasting at dinner at Bonvivant. Plus an elaborate dessert and petit fours with coffee.

Bonvivant | 
Goltzstraße 32 | 10781 Berlin-Schöneberg.The Easter brunch will be offered from 6-10 April from 10:00am - 3:00pm.

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