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2016 Atlanta Easter Bunny Brunch & Egg Hunt Events

Get ready to hop into some of the finest restaurants and event spaces for Atlanta Easter Bunny Brunch events. I’ve put together some of the best events to see the Easter bunny, get keepsake photos, participate in an Easter Egg hunt and enjoy brunch. They fill up fast, so call or visit each site for more information. I’ve also added in a few Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt events at the end including a fun event where eggs are dropped from a helicopters!

Atlanta Easter Bunny Brunch

Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room is looking forward to the Easter Bunny hopping into its princess party space for a fun-filled event that includes a dress-up session, Easter craft and photo with the Easter Bunny.

Date & Time: Sunday, March 20th from 10:30a-12:00 pm.
Location:  Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room, 5075 Abbotts Bridge Rd, Suite 500 in Johns Creek
Activities: RSVP-only event includes Dress up, Easter Egg Hunt, light brunch and photos with the Easter Bunny
Cost: $35 per child (ages 5-12) with sibling discounts
RSVP:  Olivia’s Dollhouse Event Page
Contact: Call 404-908-9073

2016 easter bunny brunch

For the fondue loving family, your destination should be The Melting Pot in Midtown and three other locations.

Date & Time: Sunday, March 27th at opening 12 noon
Location: The Melting Pot of Midtown, 754 Peachtree St NE
Cost: Kids Under 12 Eat Free; $29.99 adult three-course fondue experience including your choice of creamy cheese fondue, savory entrée and every bunny’s favorite chocolate fondue.
RSVP: The Melting Pot info page
Contact: (404) 389-0099 (for additional information on other locations)

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For the outside the perimeter (OTP) crowd, consider Milton’s Cuisine and its two upcoming events for Atlanta Easter Brunch.

Date & Time: Sundays – March 13th Hop & Hunt; March 27th Easter Brunch
Location:  800 Mayfield Rd in Milton
Activities:  Hop, Hunt, Brunch
Cost: $32 per person brunch via fixed prince menu
RSVP:  Milton’s Cuisine
Contact: 770-817-0161

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103 West is only open to the public for select holidays and Easter brunch is one of them.

Date & Time: Sunday, March 27th from 10:30a-3:30p
Location: 103 West Paces Ferry NE in Atlanta
Activities: Live Piano, Face painting and photos with the Easter Bunny
Cost: 67/adults, $24.50/children 6 to 12, free/children under 6
RSVP: Required and available online at 103 West Website
Contact: 404-233-5993

Atlanta Easter Bunny Brunch Events

Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt Events

Below are more Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt events that do NOT include brunch.

The Community Achievement Center in Decatur is hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza.

Date & Time: Saturday, March 26th from 1-3p
Location: Flat Shoals Park; 4522 Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur
Activities: For kids ages 4-10; Face painting & photos with the Easter Bunny
Cost: FREE
Contact: 404-214-7400

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The First Baptist Church of Snellville is hosting the Helicopter Egg Drop

Date & Time: Saturday, March 26th at 9:30a
Location: First Baptist Church Snellville
Activities:”100,000 plastic eggs, filled with candy, will be dropped from a helicopter onto the FBCS soccer field. After the helicopter has safely left the area, kids will be allowed onto the field to collect their 20 eggs filled with candy! For safety reasons, kids will be divided up into age groups.”
Cost: FREE, RSVP requested
Contact:(770) 978-7000

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The Fernbank Science Museum hosts an annual Spring Eggstravaganza

Date & Time: Saturday, March 19th from 10a-2p
LocationFernbank Museum of Natural History
Activities:  “This festive event is the perfect way for families to welcome in spring with opportunities to meet live baby animals, find prize-filled eggs, play fun games, participate in special activities and more.”

Cost: Museum Admission price; Free for Museum Members
Contact: (404) 929-6300

Fernbank Eggstravaganza

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