Colorado Easter Guide: Feasts, Sweets, Bunny Hops and Photo-Ops

With Easter just around the corner, it’s an egg-cellent (sorry, I had to) time to start making plans for the big day. Whether looking to feast on brunch, snap a photo with the Easter Bunny, or indulge in some sweet treats, the list below has you covered.


Kick off the Easter celebration at The Orchard Town Center on Saturday, March 23rd from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Easter at The Orchard is the perfect occasion for families to create memorable moments this spring. Kiddos can meet the Easter Bunny and parents can get the perfect family picture for Easter to share with friends and family. To make a free reservation for photos with the Easter Bunny, click here. Tickets are going fast, so hop to it.

Afterward, the entire family can enjoy a fun spring day at the center with many all-age activities. From a complimentary craft project hosted by Whimsy Paint and Sip to a balloon twister, there will be something for everyone. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory will also be selling a delightful array of Easter treats including foiled chocolate bunnies, cream eggs and bunny caramel apples that will surely hit the spot.


This Good Friday, March 29th, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., visit the Museum of Illusions Denver for a unique Easter experience. During the two-hour block, the museum is offering guests a complimentary scavenger hunt where children and families can search for eggs hidden throughout the museum’s mesmerizing illusions. Complemented with subtle Easter décor, Museum of Illusions also offers great photo opportunities for families to get the perfect shot together for the holiday. There will also be a selection of cookies and treats for guests to enjoy with a special treat bag. Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased online here. 


Tamayo on Denver’s Larimer Square will be offering its guests a bottomless Easter brunch menu. For $47, guests may enjoy unlimited small plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails. Cocktail options include traditional mimosas, traditional margaritas, Bloody Marys and Bloody Marias. Bottomless brunch dishes include huevos motuleños, chicken enchiladas, pozole, huevos a la mexicana, veggie tacos, poblano chili breakfast potatoes and tres leches cake. Bottomless food is available for $34; kids 12 and under may dine for $12.  

Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made online here.


Start Easter Sunday off right at Toro by Chef Richard Sandoval for a special Easter Brunch! Toro’s bottomless brunch will feature special additions to excite your morning palate. Some of those additions include a made-to-order crepe station and a Bloody Mary bar. The brunch will run $90 for bottomless drinks and food with the special additions and $75 for the standard bottomless drinks and food option. This special brunch will only be available on Easter Sunday. Learn more about Toro’s Easter Brunch or make reservations for your friends and family here 


My Neighbor Felix is offering Easter brunch bites and sips to all guests who visit. From brunch classics like smoked salmon and a bagel and steak and eggs, to items with a Mexican spin, like the Mexican everything bagel, Felix has an expansive menu with choices that are sure to wow. And for those with a sweet tooth, the churro French toast and tres leches waffles are both fan-favorites.  

Along with its delectable food options, Felix also boasts an extensive drink menu that pairs perfectly with each brunch item. An array of margaritas, a Felix staple, remain available during brunch, offering guests the option to start Easter off with spirit. Large format drinks, like the mimosa tower (serving 3-5) and the colossal Megarita (serving 4) are the perfect brunch accompaniments for large groups. 

Browse menus and location information here. 


Stop in at Wonderyard Garden + Table, a bar-forward restaurant located in the heart of Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood. Adorned with gilded birdcages, pink teacups, a floral mural and an Instagram-friendly photo wall, the restaurant’s outdoor space offers guests a getaway to a world of whimsy. Indoors, a sea of bold prints, like emerald leather, cheetah print carpet and a wall of kitschy trinkets serve as the perfect backdrop to brunch with friends and family. 

The eatery boasts shareable, global fare, prompting table-wide conversations amongst guests. For brunch, guests who enjoy savory food can indulge in the patatas bravas skillet ($17), which combines crispy patatas bravas, chorizo, vegetables and cheese with two fried eggs. The avocado toast ($12) topped with aleppo chili, cherry tomatoes, microgreens and an egg showcases the restaurant’s house-made whole grain bread. And for a sweet treat after the brunch festivities, the cinnamon roll skillet ($10) fulfills even the strongest of sweet tooths.  

In addition to its eats, Wonderyard’s vibrant beverage program elevates the cocktail game. Offering both single-serve and large-format cocktails and zero-proof libations, all guests can partake in the spirit of playfulness when visiting. Wonderyard Garden + Table is open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are recommended and can be made online here 

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