Easter brunch in Bethesda is a beloved tradition for many families and communities as part of the Easter celebration. It’s a time for gathering with loved ones, enjoying delicious food, and celebrating the joy and renewal of Easter. Easter brunch often features a variety of dishes, including both breakfast classics and savory lunch options. I hear that you can celebrate Easter with brunch even if you don’t get to church beforehand. If you haven’t made your Easter brunch reservation yet, here are a few places that still have tables for you from the online reservation service OpenTable:

Easter Brunch in Bethesda

There are lots of restaurants in Bethesda and some of them are putting on special Easter brunches.  Here are some choices from Open Table for Easter Brunch in Bethesda.

Easter Brunch in Chevy Chase

Easter brunch in If you don’t want to celebrate with an Easter brunch in Bethesda, you might consider Bethesda’s neighbor, Chevy Chase.  Technically, La Ferme is not doing an Easter brunch but is offering a beautiful three course lunch menu with lots of options like a fricasee of snails in a puff pastry with wild mushrooms Provencal and a roast leg of lamb and a bittersweet chocolate mousse in a tulipe with walnut brittle.

Easter Brunch in Silver Spring

There are several choices for brunch in Silver Spring from traditional restaurants to more casual.  I am sure there is someplace in Silver Spring that will match your tastes.

More Easter Brunch Choice Beyond Bethesda

If Easter brunch in Bethesda is not your choice, you might consider some of these other restaurants in Montgomery County that are offering an opportunity to celebrate with friends and family!

Several upscale chains with locations around Montgomery County have announced Easter brunch hours as well, including familiar names like Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, and Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

Several casual restaurants are open for Easter as well, including Applebee’sBonefish GrillThe Cheesecake FactoryChili’sCracker BarrelPanera BreadPerkins, and Texas Roadhouse.

So Many Things to Do In Bethesda on Easter Sunday

You may want to take a stroll in one of Montgomery County’s many wonderful parks like Cabin John Regional Park: This popular park features a wide range of amenities, including playgrounds, picnic areas, tennis courts, and an indoor ice skating rink. It also offers hiking and biking trails, as well as the historic Cabin John Train and miniature golf course.  If you are further north in Montgomery County, you might head over to Seneca Creek State Park, which offers over 6,000 acres of scenic woodlands, meadows, and streams. Visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, boating, and picnicking, as well as exploring historical sites like the Black Rock Mill.

No matter what you decide to do on March 31st, whether it is Easter Brunch in Bethesda or a trek on the Billy Goat Trail, there lots of choice in Montgomery County!

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