No Egg-Hunting Required for These Easter Sunday Specials
This coming Sunday, many of Aruba’s restaurants will feature Easter brunch, lunch, and dinner specials. No need to go on a hunt—we’ve sorted through them all, and these are some of our favorites!
Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa
The Hyatt’s brunch is widely known as the “King of Brunches” here on the island. For a quarter of a century, locals and guests have gathered here for what I consider the classic Sunday brunch. The setting is lush and tropical, with the famous black swans of the Hyatt gliding across the pond that skirts the outside of Ruinas del Mar, Hyatt’s signature restaurant that hosts the Sunday brunch. The sense of place is undeniable.
Book now for Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch at Ruinas del Mar. The menu includes black-pepper-crusted rib eye of beef, Guinness-glazed lamb chop au jus, brown-sugar-glazed bone-in jubilee ham, chef’s select specialties, as well as a variety of stations featuring seafood, omelets, bananas Foster, and desserts. Price: $60 for adults, $30 for children ages 9-12, and $15 for children ages 5-8.
The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba
Celebrate Easter at Solanio and indulge in an exclusive brunch featuring an incredible display of tempting palate-pleasers, sweet treats, and mimosas.
The scrumptious buffet spread consists of an omelet station, waffle station, local oyster soups, salad bar, cheese & charcuterie, carving station, pasta station, churro station, assorted desserts, and much more.
Price: $69 for adults, $35 for children ages of 5–12, and children up to 5 eat complimentary.
Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino
Early risers will enjoy the 7 am start to this all-you-can-eat Easter buffet at Hilton’s picturesque Laguna restaurant, with outdoor and indoor seating. The buffet, priced at $27.95 per person, will feature a pancake and waffle station, made-to-order eggs and omelet station, hot items stations, freshly baked muffins and pastries, and an exciting pasta station. Take a photo with the Easter Bunny and enjoy live entertainment from 11 am to 1 pm. A special Amaretto Fizz Cocktail is available for an additional $5.
L.G. Smith’s Steak & Chop House
Skip the egg hunt and gather for an exquisite celebration with attitude. Easter Brunch at LGS is for those who dare to drink booze before noon! Join us starting at 11 am for just $44.95 per person, including bottomless mimosas and champagne.
*Reservation is required. *Price excludes 15% service charge and 6% taxes.
Tulip at MVC Eagle Beach
Affordable beach-view dining is enjoyed at Tulip. Tulip’s Easter brunch will feature various stations, including a salad bar, delicatessen with meats and cheeses, fresh soups, and egg station. À la carte items include escargots, crab cakes, coconut curry shrimp, local keshi yena, macadamia-crusted grouper, roasted pork tenderloin, and much more. Endless mimosas are also featured. Price: $38.50 per adult (includes service charge and tax).
Windows on Aruba
The country-club brunch experience has never been more delightful than it is at Windows on Aruba. White-tablecloth dining and stunning views of The Links at Divi golf course and the Caribbean Sea provide a casually sophisticated ambiance. Forgoing a traditional buffet and station setup, this brunch offers an à la carte menu of contemporary and classic breakfast, lunch, and dessert options. Brunch is served 10:30 am to 2 pm. Price: $42.50 for adults, $28 for children 12-17, and $16 for children under 11.
Windows will also offer a special three-course Easter dinner ($68 for adults, $38 for children), including choices like rack of lamb, duck breast, and a sea bass & scallop duo.
Taste of Belgium
Enjoy casual, chic European flair at Taste of Belgium this Easter. Save room for unlimited mimosas and an unlimited “taste” style brunch featuring breakfast, lunch, and dinner items, as well as quite a few vegan options. Price: $42 per person.
Located at the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, Ruth’s Chris will celebrate the new Spring Classic Menu this Easter Sunday (in addition to the regular menu). The three-course special starts at $45.95.
It may not be traditional Easter fare, but when in Aruba, fresh seafood is a must! The critically acclaimed Palm Beach restaurant is offering a three-course dinner at a super price of $58.50. Choose from appetizers like West Indian fish cakes, spicy tuna tartare, and Caribbean seafood chowder. Dinner options include blackened salmon, West Indian curry shrimp, and slow-roasted rack of lamb for the non-seafood eaters. Dessert is an Easter swirl cake.