March 23, 2015
Yum! Easter Brunch in Oklahoma City
Moving to Oklahoma City is an exciting adventure; the historic Wild West, renowned festivals, and tons of national sporting events. But it’s important to take advantage of the holidays where you can relax and spend quality time with the family too. With Easter just around the corner, A-1 Freeman will take the stress of moving off your shoulders so you can dine at any of these fine Easter brunch spots below!
HOPabaloo at the OKC Zoo
Let out your wild side at the Oklahoma City Zoo where a day of adventure awaits! From 11am to 3pm, eat brunch with the Easter bunny while children ages 3 to 6 can search for eggs with the promise of prizes at the end of the rabbit hole. Call (405) 425-0262 to make your brunch reservations.
Easter Brunch at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Dining on Persimmon Hill, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s restaurant, will be hosting an Easter Brunch Buffet from 11am to 3pm for $24. With museum admission included in your Easter Brunch reservation, you’ll be able to walk the halls and explore Oklahoma City’s rich Wild West history. Make your reservations by calling (405) 478-2250, Ext. 281.
Park Avenue Grill at the Skirvin Hilton
A contemporary American favorite for Oklahoma City residents, the stylish Park Avenue Grill offers a wide variety of delicious classic and reimagined morsels. Featuring fresh squeezed orange juice mimosas and live entertainment, this sophisticated yet relaxed eatery is perfect for both adults and families.
Named after the family of florists that served Oklahoma City out of their old Victorian home that is now the quaint restaurant it is today, Cheever’s Café basks in its long history as well as brandishing its elegant, yet reborn classic cuisine. Comfort food at its finest, Cheever’s Café is a brunch spot offering a variety of healthy eating and gluten-free options along with unique, Cheever’s only brunch cocktails.
An Oklahoma City brunch list wouldn’t be complete without local favorite, Café Kacao. This American and Latin fusion restaurant blends the best of both worlds in a tour de force of flavor ranging from thick, buttery Belgian waffles slathered in syrup to spicy migallas con chorizo to kick start your Easter Sunday.
Take time to relax with your family this Easter and let our Oklahoma City movers handle your move. As a top Oklahoma City moving company, you’ll quickly see why A-1 Freeman is one of the most respected moving companies in the Southern United States. Our comprehensive moving services provide you with everything you need to start your life in Oklahoma City the right way. Call us or fill out our online form for a free moving estimate today!0