Easter Weekend in Grand Rapids: Family Fun, Adult Adventures, and the Best Brunch Spots

Hey Grand Rapids,

Got any plans for the weekend? No? Well, you’re in luck because there’s a bunch happening in our neck of the woods, and it’s shaping up to be a pretty cool weekend. Whether you’ve got kids to entertain over Spring Break, you’re in the mood for something a bit grown-up, or you just really love brunch (who doesn’t?), we’ve got you covered.

For the Families: Spring Break at the Children’s Museum

First off, if you’re trying to keep the kids busy and happy, the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum is your go-to spot through April 7th. They’ve got a bunch of activities lined up – think clay workshops, drumming sessions, and even some magic. It’s a great way to spend the day as a family, and honestly, it’s fun for the adults too.
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For the Adults: “Peeps & Pints” Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Now, for something a bit different – Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm Market is hosting an Adult Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday from 1-4pm. They’re calling it “Peeps & Pints,” which sounds about as fun as it gets. Grab a ticket and you’ll get to enjoy not just the hunt, but also raffles, door prizes, appetizers, and live music. And hey, you might even win something cool like concert tickets or gift cards.
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Brunch Time: Easter Specials Around Town

And then, of course, there’s brunch. This is Grand Rapids, after all – we take our brunch seriously. We’ve put together a list of spots rolling out special menus for Easter, so you can make your brunch plans without the hassle. Here’s where you should be looking:

  • Ruth’s Chris: Feeling some upscale dining? Their Easter specials are always a hit. Visit their website
  • MDRD: For a taste of something modern and with fantastic city views, check them out. More info here
  • Rockwell Republic: Great atmosphere and even better food. See the menu
  • Rush Creek Bistro: Comfort food with a twist, perfect for the whole family. Check it out
  • CityFlatsHotel: Their brunch is as elegant as their rooms. Definitely worth a visit. Find details here
  • The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck: If you’re looking for something gourmet, this is your spot. View their offerings
  • Cork Wine & Grille: Ideal for the wine aficionados and food lovers alike. Discover more
  • Fire Rock: Known for their hearty meals, you won’t leave hungry. Learn more
  • Reds at Thousand Oaks: Enjoy your brunch with beautiful views. See what’s cooking
  • Bay Pointe Inn: If you’re up for a little drive, their brunch is worth the trip. Visit their site
  • Boatwerks in Holland: Another great option for a mini-road trip brunch. Fantastic food with lakeside views. Find out more

So, that’s the rundown for this weekend in Grand Rapids. Looks like it’s going to be a good one, right? Check out the websites of these brunch spots to make your reservations and find out more about their special Easter menus. Let’s make the most of this weekend, Grand Rapids!