Do you love celebrating Easter and spending time with friends and family? Is that pesky kitchen getting in the way of your quality time? (Hey! Roasting a lamb, plus preparing hard boiled eggs and scalloped potatoes takes a lot of time!) I thought so. Below is a list of local places to eat this Sunday, where you can spend quality Easter time with friends and family, minus the stove.
1.) The Grove Grill will be serving Easter brunch from 10:00am until 5:00pm. The menu will be a la carte, but will include items such as roast beef tenderloin, cinnamon croissant French toast, crab quiche, and oysters on the half shell.
2.) Jim’s Place will serve Easter brunch from 10:30pm until 2:30pm. Their menu will include pecan crusted catfish, deep fried oysters, roast leg of lamb, and mousaka.
3.) Grill 83 will also have Easter brunch, including banana stuffed French toast, smoked salmon, and leg of lamb. It’s a little bit fancy, and it costs $45.00 per adult and $15.00 per kid.
4.) Paulette’s will be serving up Easter brunch from 11:00am until 3:00pm. Their menu will include raspberry mimosas, Eggs Hussarde, omelets, crepes, and even crabcakes.
5.) The Peabody Hotel will be serving up their traditional Easter Brunch from 11:00am until 2:30pm. This is where my family has gone in years past, and I always looked forward to it as a kid! Their menu is endless.
6.) The Inn at Hunt Phelan‘s Easter brunch will include Crab Justine, Eggs Florentine, and roast leg of lamb. Also, every table gets a basket full of chocolate eggs!
7.) The Brooks Museum of Art will have Easter brunch from 11:00am until 2:30pm. Their menu will include Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb with Jalapeño-Mint Pesto, Sweet Pepper-Mustard Sauce, & Pickled Green Tomato Relish, Roasted Cornish Hen with Smoked Paprika Jus, and Steak & Eggs Benedict.