The bunny has served Top 6 for Easter brunch in Vienna

Wednesday, March 20 2024

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Let's be honest: Easter has always been about feasting. In the past, people used to fill their bellies with chocolate, today it's about yeast plait, egg dishes and Easter roast. Add a few favorite people and maybe a glass of sparkling wine - and Easter can come.

Fortunately, for all those who want to save themselves the stress of shopping and the time in the kitchen, there are countless brunch venues that will do the work for you. Some have even called in the Easter bunny and serve very special delicacies over the two festive days. Here we reveal our favorite addresses:

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


The Lusthaus in the Vienna Prater is a reminder of the imperial prehistory of the city park. It was built in the 16th century as a hunting lodge. Today, many hundreds of years later, everyone can enjoy themselves there, as the former hunting lodge now houses an attractive restaurant. Dine in imperial style under stucco-decorated ceilings or on the green, wreathed terrace. The popular Easter brunch is back again this year. Local delicacies, the first heralds of spring and, of course, holiday classics such as Easter ham and roast lamb will be served.

Lusthaus | 
Freudenau 254 | 1020 Wien.Brunch on Easter Sunday and Monday 12-15 h, 43,50 Euro p.p..+43 (1) 728 95 65 |

Familie Reiter

Just like at the family table at home, only with better food - that's brunch with the Reiter family. The menu is peppered with ingredients from relatives and family photos hang on the walls. In the kitchen, chef Lukas conjures up hearty egg dishes, vegan bites and sweet treats. After an extensive breakfast, which is served until 4 pm, you can take an Easter stroll through the extensive Lainzer Tiergarten, which is very close by.

Familie Reiter | 
Lainzer Straße 131, Innenhof | 1130 Vienna-district 13.Breakfast Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., small dishes from approx. 4 euros

Schlicht Vegan

The weekly brunch at Schlicht Vegan is always worth a culinary trip to the 16th district. Not only, but also on Easter Sunday. The kitchen team led by owner Sarah cooks fresh, regional and surprising dishes. On Sundays, there is a large selection of salads and soups, hot main courses and sweet favorites such as nut pancakes and Powidltascherl. Everyone will be satisfied here - whether vegan or omnivore.

Schlicht Vegan | 
Veronikagasse 17 | 1160 Vienna-16. Bezirk.Brunch on Sunday 11 am - 3 pm, 32,60 Euro p.p.

Palais Coburg

Built in the middle of the 19th century, this city palace is one of the most beautiful in Vienna. Hidden behind the magnificent façade are two restaurants and an enchanted garden with a light-flooded glass house. The traditional Easter snack is served there on Easter Sunday and Monday - with fresh Easter pastries, eggs, spread and chocolate bunny. On Easter Sunday, there will also be a champagne brunch in the state rooms of Palais Coburg with Easter treats, hot and cold dishes, a chocolate fountain, crêpe station and "free flow" champagne.

Palais Coburg | 
Coburgbastei 4 | 1010 Wien.Easter snack on Sunday and Monday from 7.30 am - 2.30 pm, 59 euros p.p., Easter brunch on Sunday from 11.30 am - 3 pm 149 euros p.p..+43 1 518 18 130 |


The Easter bunny also drops by the Hotel Gilbert's bright inner courtyard on the last weekend in March. The team around award-winning chef Parvin Razavi - recently voted "Newcomer of the Year" by Gault & Millau - will be serving the usual fresh cuisine, peppered with influences from her native Iran. At Easter, there are special delicacies and sparkling wines from the cellar.

&flora | 
Breite Gasse 9 | 1070 Vienna-district 7.Brunch on Easter Sunday and Monday, from 11 a.m., 45 euros p.p.

Brick 15

Breakfast in the gym - sounds like a school party, but is one of the most popular brunch spots in the city. Every Saturday and Sunday, you can feast on a sumptuous vegan and vegetarian buffet in the 15th district. Inside the airy, bright gym or - weather permitting - in the romantic garden. The historic hall is run by an association that aims to promote art and culture in the district: it's not just the brunch that is worth a visit. Art exhibitions, concerts, workshops and yoga take place there regularly.

Brick 15 | 
Herklotzgasse 21 | 1150 Wien.Brunch on Saturday and Sunday: 9.30-15.30, 19,90 Euro p.p..+43670 4054999 |

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