Celebrate Easter with Easter egg hunts, brunch, events around Atlanta

Easter Egg Hunts

Apr. 14

Annual Easter Egg Hunt in College Park

Enjoy the City of College Park’s Annual Egg Hunt themed “Space Jam 2 – NEW LEGACY”!!! Enjoy and meet the Easter Bunny while avoiding crowds and long lines. There will be music tons of eggs and prizes. They’ll have a photographer onsite to take pictures.

Apr. 15

Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza

Eggs, prizes, and goodies will be hidden all over the lawns of Barrington Hall for children to search and find.Afterwards, we encourage participants to bring blankets and picnic lunches. Yard games and activities such as yard bowling, hula hoops, egg toss and races, corn hole, horse shoes, and more will be set up after the big hunt.

Apr. 16

Easter Egg Hunt in Norcross

The Easter Bunny is hopping his way to downtown Norcross for an Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. As long as there is no peeking, the Easter Bunny will be hiding all of his eggs in Rossie Brundage Park, 350 Autry Street. So bring your Easter baskets and celebrate the renewal of spring in Norcross with a free Easter Egg Hunt that is sure to be fun for all! Children will also have the opportunity to visit with the Easter Bunny where parents are encouraged to take photos to capture the excitement!

Easter Egg Hunt in South Forsyth

Fowler Park will be hosting the South Forsyth Easter Egg Hunt! They will have games, music, and food trucks!

Easter Egg Hunt/Giveaway in Atlanta

Head to Trammell Crow Park on Cascade Road for free food, Easter baskets, music and more!


EggStravaHunt is like no other Easter egg hunt!! When all the eggs are found, they are to be brought back to home base. Some eggs will have letters on them and are to be matched to its colored word-locked box. Once all the letters are matched up, unscramble the word to open the boxes for extra goodies!!

Easter Egg Drop in City of Stonecrest

Stonecrest residents are invited to attend the citywide Easter Egg Drop! This event is free, but participants are required to bring their own baskets! There will be music, arts and crafts, and a special guest appearance from the Easter Bunny.

Hop-a-long in Alpharetta

The hunt is on! Bring your little bunnies down to Avalon for Easter Fun! Join them for an eggcellent way to celebrate the spring season! The Easter Bunny has delivered eggs to Avalon and we need your help picking them up! Children will collect ten eggs and bring them to the trade-in tent to receive a bag of treats. No registration is required! To ensure all our little ones can join in, we will have two separate hunts.

Easter Egg Hunt in Decatur

After two years of delays due to COVID protocols, we are finally back in Mason Mill Park for our annual Easter Egg Hunt. This event is free and open to anyone in our community. Registration is suggested due to the limited nature of eggs. We do expect around 500 kids to attend and we are excited to see smiling faces once again in our park and to hear the laughter of children and families.

Eggstravaganza Community Egg Hunt in Hapeville

This fun-filled event will feature egg hunts, the Easter Bunny, inflatables, face painting, balloon animals, and snacks.

2022 Easter Egg Hunt in Peachtree City

Join the Kiwanis Club of PTC and The Peachtree City Firefighters Foundation for their annual Easter Egg Hunt. Ages 2-11 are welcome. Games, Prizes, and CANDY!

Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop

Head to Sprayberry High School for the Cobb community’s annual egg drop from a helicopter.

Easter Egg Hunt in Hampton

Head to McBrayer Park for an Easter Egg Hunt.

City of Tucker Egg Hunt

Join Tucker Parks & Rec for its annual Egg Hunt. Bring your children to enjoy a fun day of hunting for eggs and a photo with the Easter Bunny!

Spring Egg-Stravaganza

Head to Elise Event Center to enjoy games, crafts, shopping, Easter egg hunt, and photos with the Easter bunny.

Easter Family Fun Day in Lithonia

Head to the Redan Recreation Center for food, egg huts, moonwalks, music, a dance contest and more.

Join the Egg Hunt in Duluth

Bring your Easter baskets, your little ones & be ready for tons of fun with the kids.


Easter Sunrise Service at Stone Mountain Park

Experience serenity and peace as Stone Mountain Park presents two simultaneous, inter-denominational Easter services at the top of the mountain and at the base of the mountain on the Memorial Lawn. Park Gates will open at 3:00 AM and the Summit Skyride will open at 4:00 AM to begin taking guests to the summit. Services will begin at 7:00 AM. Please allow at least an extra hour due to expected large crowds.

Future and his Freewishes Foundation’s Easter Egg Hunt in Forest Park

On Saturday, April 16th, the Foundation is presenting a spectacular Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza for the metro ATL community in conjunction with the city of Forest Park, GA. Freewishes is inviting kids to an Eggstraordinary’ fun in the sun during the City of Forest Park’s annual Spring Fest, which is scheduled for Saturday, April 16, at Kiwanis Stadium. This year’s jam-packed event will feature several outdoor activities, including bounce houses, face painting, horseback riding, a mechanical bull, food, giveaways, and much more. Youth ages 12 and under will also be able to put their egg hunting skills to the test during one of the largest Easter egg hunts in metro Atlanta. More than 30,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes will be spread across three baseball fields next to the stadium. The egg hunt will be organized by age groups to give each youth a chance to participate.

Hoppin’ into Halcyon in Forsyth County

Halcyon invites the community to Hoppin’ into Halcyon, a family-friendly Easter celebration. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Alpharetta mixed-use destination will be activated with animals, artful entertainment, bunny-themed surprises and plenty of treats for kids, furry friends and parents to enjoy. To kick off the event, children are invited to bring their own baskets or pick up a free tote bag to collect treat-filled eggs and goodies from participating Halcyon restaurants and retailers. Halcyon will offer a variety of spring-themed entertainment, including pet-and-groom animals from the North Georgia Zoo, photos with the Easter Bunny at Cherry Street, bunny and chick crafts at Board & Brush, a bath fizzy workshop with Buff City Soap, face painting, balloon animals and other artful encounters. Unexpected Pooch will have dog treats and photo opportunities available for furry friends.

Children’s tickets for the event are $15 and all proceeds benefit Jesse’s House, a local nonprofit organization that provides emergency shelter for adolescent girls who have experienced neglect or abuse. Adults will not need a ticket and the event will be held rain or shine.

Apr. 17

Easter Egg Hunt in Dillard

The Dillard House’s annual egg hunt will take place on the Rock House lawn (adjacent to the restaurant). At 10 a.m., overnight guests will get to hunt, win prizes and meet the Easter bunny. Then at 2 p.m., it’s the community Easter egg hunt – everyone is invited! Join them for the Easter egg hunt with prizes and meet the Easter bunny!

Egg-citing Hike Hunt at Arabia Mountain

Peter Cottontail is leaving lots of eggs hidden on the nature trails at Arabia Mountain. Can you help us find them all? Help the Rangers at Panola Mountain State Park search for all the eggs! Participants will have a chance to explore the park and find special eggs hidden along the way.


Easter at the Dillard House

The Easter menu will be served Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and includes herb roast lamb with dressing and mint jelly, fried chicken, honey glazed ham, vegetables, yeast rolls, cheese biscuits, homemade Vidalia onion relish, dessert and more!

Enjoy the Best of the Brunch this Easter at Boone’s

There’s nothing quite like a good Easter brunch, and Boone’s is above par. Nestled in the scenic spot overlooking the Bobby Jones Golf Course along Tanyard Creek in Buckhead, Boone’s offers upscale casual cuisine featuring top-quality ingredients. From a classic buttery biscuit loaded with warm sausage gravy, to the Salmon Croquette Eggs Benedict, to fried chicken and hotcakes with smoked chili oil and maple syrup, Boone’s extensive brunch menu includes something for all to love. Boone’s regular brunch, dinner, and cocktail menus are all available on Easter for the early risers and the dinner lovers. Families can celebrate the holiday together, giving the perfect excuse to enjoy some quali-tee time on the public course. Reservations are encouraged.

Have a Hoppy Easter at Red’s Beer Garden

This year’s Easter will be “hoppy” in more ways than one at Red’s Beer Garden. From beer to brunch, Red’s has it all, and will be open for Easter brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the weekend of April 16th through the 17th. Red’s usuals will delight in the typical brunch taco offerings, including “The Tater,” a warm corn tortilla topped with avocado spread, pork sausage, cheesy scrambled eggs, and crispy tots, “The Pig,” filled with house smoked pulled pork, sauteed onions, cheddar cheese and Red’s sauce, and more. Newbies and regulars alike will delight in Red’s fresh Easter special: a deliciously cheesy caramelized mushroom and onion taco. All brunch offerings can be washed down with a mimosa, beermosa, classic coffee and tea, or any of Red’s other wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic libations. Red’s is not only family-friendly, but the pups are welcome as well.

Start Easter Sunny Side Up with Brunch at Dantanna’s

Dantanna’s is cooking up an Easter Sunday Brunch this year that every-bunny will enjoy. Family and friends are welcome to gather Sunday, April 17th, to delight in Dantanna’s brunch classics including hot buttermilk biscuits smothered in sausage and gravy; and breakfast tacos stuffed with warm scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, and pickled jalapeños. Brunch lovers in search of more indulgent offerings can sink their teeth into Dantanna’s traditional and red velvet waffles drizzled with a generous helping of butter and hot syrup; and a chorizo skillet bursting with housemade beef chorizo, smoked gouda, two sunny side up eggs, and pico de gallo. Alongside Dantanna’s traditional brunch menu will be a curated list of specialty items by Executive Chef Brad Parker in honor of the holiday.

Enjoy an Eggciting Easter Menu at TWO urban licks

TWO urban licks is offering an Easter menu that’s all it’s cracked up to be, and more! From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., guests can enjoy brunch items such as rich lemon ricotta pancakes topped with a smooth strawberry sauce and Chantilly cream cheese; and New Orleans’ style shrimp and grits filled with andouille sausages, crawfish, creole butter, creme, and tomatoes all swirled in delightfully cheesy gouda grits. Eggs will be the star of the show in a few egg-stra special Easter offerings created by Executive Chef Shain Wainco. For foodies that can’t make it to brunch, never fear; from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. TWO will be offering many more enticing entrées including perfectly smoked brisket; wood grilled 16 oz. dry aged New York strip steak; braised lamb shank with white beans and orange gremolata; salmon orzotto, and more.

5Church Midtown welcomes diners with an Easter buffet

Highlights include slow-roasted prime rib, sorghum and brown sugar-glazed ham, chicken fricassee, seared Verlasso salmon, omelet bar, sweet potato casserole, pecan-glazed green beans, cheesy grits, a deviled egg bar, French toast bread pudding and more. The buffet is priced at $55 for adults and $20 for children.

Enjoy a gateway for the senses

Chido & Padre’s will be open for brunch from 12-3 p.m. and will reopen for dinner from 4-9 p.m. Celebrate Easter surrounded by vivid colors and handcrafted Mexican art and savor the eatery’s classic menu and chef features. View the menu here.

Savor the culinary riches of Spain - infused with Moroccan traditions

For an elevated experience, Easter diners should head to Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead Village, which opens at noon on April 17. A shrimp fritter small plate, fresh grilled lamb chop entrée with fried rice mujadara and a new take on the tres leches dessert will all be featured alongside the eatery’s regular Spanish-inspired menu. Browse the menu.

Hop over to Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails

Enjoy a prix-fixe, three-course brunch prepared by chef Derek Dollar from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The comfortable and quaint restaurant, located in historic Crabapple, is preparing delicious Easter favorites such as spiral-cut ham with smoked cheddar mac ‘n cheese, a farmhouse scramble with farm eggs and applewood bacon, and a warm carrot cake with orange cream cheese frosting. Pricing is $49 for adults and $24.50 for children. The prix-fixe menu is the only menu available on Easter Sunday.

Experience Ocean & Acre on Easter Sunday

Delight in a special chef’s features along with the eatery’s regular menu. Features include deviled eggs with smoked trout and fresh blue crab ($10), Anson Mills stone-ground grits cooked with Benton’s bacon lardon and a 62° egg ($12), and smoked lamb shank with warm lemon orzo pilaf complemented with goat cheese brûléed heirloom tomatoes ($34).

Dine with The Southern Gentleman on Easter Sunday

The restaurant is serving three-course prix-fixe menus (one menu early in the day and a second in the afternoon/evening) priced at $49 for adults and $24 for children. Choose from first-course options such as whipped ricotta toast with honey and black pepper, buttermilk yogurt, baby gem lettuces with pimento ranch, and more. Second-course options include griddled Nueske’s ham with a white cheddar frittata, fried chicken with pancakes and bacon, banana French toast, pecan-crusted redfish, and crowd-favorite fried chicken. Cap off the meal with a choice of buttermilk lemon tart, double chocolate blondie with whipped mascarpone, or a salted caramel budino with chocolate mousse.

The Woodall hosts Easter brunch

The Woodall opens for brunch at 10:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday offering its signature brunch menu featuring favorites like jumbo lump crab cake Benedict with seared crab cake, sautéed spinach, sunny egg, English muffin, heirloom tomato brûlée, and creamed corn béarnaise; and Serious steak and eggs with prime New York strip, fried egg, toasty baguette, steak frites, cognac, peppercorn gravy, and béarnaise.

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