Easter Sunday on Tybee Island and Savannah

Easter Sunday on Tybee Island and Savannah

If you’re visiting Tybee Island and Savannah for Easter Sunday this year, you may be on the lookout for recommendations on what to do! Luckily, there are plenty of unique offerings and wonderful restaurants for you and your whole family. While there are a ton of restaurants open for service, be sure to double-check openings if you plan on visiting somewhere we don’t mention. From sunrise church service to cookie decorating for the kids, there’s bound to be something for the whole family this Easter.

Sunrise Service

Start your day off right as Tybee Island churches invite you to be a part of their Easter Sunrise Service! Locals and travelers alike can gather on the Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion on Sunday, April 17th from 6:00 am to 8:00 am, just in time to watch a beautiful sunrise over the horizon. Afterward, stop into The Deck Beach Bar and Kitchen for a bite to eat as they are opening up seven days a week starting April 14th.

Brunch on The River

Savannah Riverboat Cruises offers seasonal cruises, and there are two options to make your Easter extra special! For brunch, there is an hour-and-a-half cruise offering both lunch and breakfast favorites. Venture to the top deck for a live narration by the Captain while taking in the sights of historic Savannah! Even the Easter Bunny will be in attendance! For dinner, check out their Easter Dinner Entertainment Cruise. Bring all your friends and family to enjoy a two-hour cruise with a dinner buffet and plenty of Savannah sights! Visit their website for tickets, cruise times, and more.

Easter Egg Hunt!

There are several fun-filled Easter Egg hunts around the area! Visit Fort McAllister State Park on April 16th for an egg hunt from 10 am until noon. It costs $10 per person and registration is required to participate. If you visit Wright Square, there is a children’s egg hunt hosted by the Lutheran Church of the Ascension that kicks off at 10 am on Easter Sunday.

Savannah Staples

With so many classic restaurants in historic downtown Savannah, there’s no better occasion than Easter to try one out! The Pirates’ House has a grand brunch buffet that is perfect for a large family meal. Visit The Olde Pink House, Vic’s On The River, and Huey’s Southern Café for their takes on Southern favorites. You can’t go wrong with any of them, just make sure you reserve a table today!

Easter Sunday Plant Riverside Style

Plant Riverside District is Savannah’s newest and most exciting spot for dining, shopping, live entertainment, and more! This year they are hosting a special Easter Brunch with an expansive and elegant menu featuring traditional classics as well as updated cuisine. Head over to their events calendar to make a reservation today. Additionally, there is a children’s Easter Sunday Cookie Decorating experience! This offers kids the chance to become junior pastry chefs, complete with a signature apron. Participants will decorate fresh-baked cookies from Plant Riverside District’s professional pastry chefs. 

Cook The Easter Classics

A truly unique offering this year is the Elegant Easter Brunch course by 700 Kitchen Cooking School. While cooking your own Easter meal may not sound like the ideal vacation activity, this course is sure to be a blast! The interactive Easter-themed cooking class invites guests to enjoy classic fare, find new holiday favorites, and indulge in spring-inspired desserts. Plus, there will be mimosas at the beginning of class, so you know you’ll have a good time!

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