Easter is this Sunday, March 27th, which is such a joyous and festive time to share a meal with family and friends. These Atlanta restaurants are serving mouth-watering options for those following a gluten-free diet.
Cibo e Beve has pulled out all the stops for their special Easter menu available from 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Gluten-free diners can nosh on: lobster chopped salad, lobster and goat cheese omelet, brisket and eggs, fresh fruit with Nutella, Boston club steak, Chilean sea bass with lobster risotto, and other menu staples. The everyday menu denotes all gluten-free items and they take preventing cross contact very seriously. Chef Linda’s gluten-free fare is not to be missed.
Ecco opens once a year for brunch – on Easter! The brunch menu features an assortment of cured meats, cheeses, shared plates, breakfast options (eggs, bacon, smoked brisket hash), entrees and more. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 404.347.9555. The restaurant has a separate gluten-free menu for everyday dining and takes great care to prevent cross contact. Ask for a manager to determine which dishes are gluten free.
If you would rather stay home on Easter, consider picking up a delicious house smoked ham from Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q – $60, nets a six to seven pound ham that will easily serve a crowd. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404.414.0826 to reserve a ham today. Orders are due by March 25.
Seed Kitchen & Bar in East Cobb has its Sunday brunch menu loaded with gluten-free options like smoked salmon, crab eggs Benedict (tastes great on gluten-free buns) and smoked brisket hash. They mark all of their gluten-free options on the everyday menu, so be sure to ask a manager which dishes are gluten free. Make reservations by calling 678-214-6888.
In celebration of Easter, Shake Shack is offering Easter Egg concretes from March 25 – March 27. This festive concrete features vanilla custard, Mast Brothers buttermilk chocolate and salted caramel sauce. If you find a gold sticker under your cup, turn it in for a chance to win prizes.
Tavernpointe in Midtown is hosting a special Easter brunch and lunch from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. that includes $15 bottomless mimosas and a southern inspired menu. Gluten-free menu options include: quinoa and grilled veggies salad, baked ham, scrambled eggs, bacon, grits, coca cola collard and fresh fruit with chantilly cream.
Venkman’s Chef Melvin has whipped up some festive specials, like deviled eggs with pork candy, asparagus and preserved tomato frittata with country ham and radish salad. While you are noshing on gluten-free fare, enjoy live music from Matt Kaminski Trio and get a picture taken with the Easter Bunny from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Venkman’s will serve brunch from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Executive Chef Zeb Stevenson of Watershed On Peachtree has prepared a special menu for Eater brunch that runs $35 per person. Gluten-free menu highlights include watercress avocado salad with cucumber and buttermilk dressing, glazed ham with turnip greens and new potatoes, chopped ham salad with sweet relish and potato crackers (yes, they are gluten free), roasted lamb with carrots, lavender honey, and minted vinegar jelly, and mustard-baked flounder with braised mushrooms and tarragon. Tables will fill up quickly, be sure to make your reservation online or by calling (404) 809-3561.