New to Nashville or about to Relocate? Here’s some Easter offerings.

New to Nashville or about to Relocate? Here’s some Easter offerings.

Whether you have just moved to Nashville or are visiting in contemplation of relocating to the Middle Tennessee area, I want to share some of the events, religious services, and dining experiences for Easter. Nashville has lots of great offerings and resources, as well as amazing events year round.  The following are just a few of the many happenings in and around Nashville for Easter.  As a native Nashvillian, I am happy to share my experiences and show you around.


South Nashville The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere offers an egg hunt on April 4, 2015, a visit from the Easter Bunny, dining at the Bunny Café, and of course, animal fun.

Southwest Nashville Egg Hunt at Warner Park, April 4, includes learning about a variety of animals’ eggs. Registration required.

Free family event in Southeast Nashville on March 28th including egg hunt, inflatables, entertainment, food and more.

East Nashville Boasting more than 60,000 eggs, the community egg hunt at Two Rivers park on April 4th is hosted by Donelson Fellowship.



Religious Services

North of town, City Road Chapel is hosting a sunrise Easter service at Peeler Park.

In the Oak Hill area, Sunrise service in partnership with Radnor Lake and Southminster Presbyterian Church.

Also in Oak Hill, Greek Orthodox service will be held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.

If you are seeking a catholic mass for Easter, consider the Cathedral of the Incarnation in West End.




The following restaurants are all highly rated and still have reservations available as of the posting of this blog. To see all of Nashville’s Easter offerings available through open table, visit .

East Nashville Margot Café – reservations can be made by phoning 615-227-5668.

West End Tin Angel – open for dinner.

West End Maggiano’s Little Italy – brunch and dinner available.

Downtown Capitol Grille (in the Hermitage Hotel) – brunch served from 11am – 3pm

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