6 Restaurants Featuring Special Easter Brunch

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4. The Mockingbird Restaurant
3035 Reserve Blvd
Spring Hill, 37174


This Easter, The Mockingbird Restaurant is offering a great Easter brunch menu and Mimosa Bar. Brunch will be served 10a-2p. Cost $14.95 per person, $12.95 for kids.

The meu includes:

First course

  • Farmhouse Buttermilk Blueberry Coffee Cake, Frangelica Cream
  • Deviled Eggs, Pimento Cheese, Applewood Smoked Bacon

Second Course (choose one)

  • Carrot Ginger Soup, Mascarpone Cream
  • Roasted Beet Salad, Herbed Goat Cheese, Spiced Walnuts, Grapefruit-Honey Vinaigrette
  • Bread and Lox Buttermilk Cornbread Squares, Dill Cream Cheese, Smoked Salmon

Third Course (choose one)

  • Breakfast Crepes
    White Cheddar Scrambled Eggs, Baby Spinach, Mushrooms, Tasso Ham Hollandaise, served alongside Hash Brown Potatoes
  • Steak n Eggs Easter Skillet
    Prime Rib Hash with Potatoes, Red & Green Bell Peppers, Onions, Fried Eggs, Buttermilk Biscuit
  • Banana Bread French Toast
    Cinnamon Infused Maple Syrup, Toasted Pecans, Nutella Mascarpone, Applewood Bacon
  • Chicken and Waffles
    Buttermilk Waffle, Fried Chicken Breast, Bourbon Maple Syrup, Blackberry Reduction
  • Jambalaya ‘n’ Grits
    Shrimp and Smoked Sausage Jambalaya over White Cheddar Grits
  • Brown Suger-Honey Baked Ham
    Scalloped Potatoes, Glazed Carrots, Green Beans

Kid’s Menu
Scrambled Eggs with Biscuit, Chocolate-Peanut Butter Crepes, Buttermilk Waffle, Chicken Tenders

About The Mockingbird
The Mockingbird sits in an 1850s farmhouse, a landmark to the community. After the Civil War, the property was used to raise cattle, sheep and crops. Guest can even see an original milk churn, sheep paddles and burgundy quilt on display, which belonged to the Boatwright’s, one of only four families to live on the property. Although parts of the home have been restored over the years, many elements are original, like the front door and fireplace.

Learn more about The Mockingbird Restaurant here.

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