This Sunday is Easter, and what better way to spend late morning/early afternoon this Sunday having brunch at one of New Hampshire's best restaurants! But with so many great dining options in the state, how will you know which will be the best for Easter Brunch? Here are some places you can go where it's certain you won't be disappointed with the quality of the food, and you'll be leaving with a full belly of delicious food.

Bedford Village Inn - Bedford

According to NH Magazine, this year BVI brunch menu includes a raw bar, Belgian waffle and omelet stations, cheese blintz, glazed salmon and much more, plus a carving station with North Country Smokehouse ham and leg of lamb.

Colby Hill Inn - Henniker

According to their website, the Colby Hill Inn will offer a special pre-fixed holiday menu for Easter.

The Red Blazer - Concord

NH Magazine says the Red Blazer will have made-to-order omelet, pancake and waffle stations, plus fresh-cut fruits, homemade cakes and pastries, their famous egg lasagna, scrambled eggs, eggs Benedict, bacon, sausage, homemade hash, homemade sausage biscuits, breakfast pizza, crêpes, baked beans as well as a selection of breads and English muffins.

Wentworth By The Sea - Newcastle

According to Seacoast Online, Wentworth By The Sea will have made to order omelets, carving stations, a freshly made assortment baked pastries and desserts, and raw bar.

The Foundry - Manchester

According to NH Flavors, The Foundy is New Hampshire's largest certified farm-to-table restaurant, you can always expect fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.