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Easter Brunch and Dinner in Delray Beach, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach County

There's still plenty of time to storm Target for Easter basket supplies -- Peeps! Don't forget the damned Peeps! -- but if you're looking to secure a spot to eat an Easter brunch or dinner, you better hop to it. Restaurants serving Easter meals in Palm Beach County will fill fast, and reservations are strongly recommended. If you're looking to dine in a restaurant on Easter Sunday, April 8, we've got a few ideas, after the jump.

- The Addison, 2 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton. Call 561-372-0568. 


indulgent spread will be laid out for Easter brunch with an array of

brunch standards like fresh seasonal fruit, cheeses, pastries, bagels,

blintzes, potatoes, eggs Benedict, an omelet station, sausages, and

smoked salmon. In addition, there will be items like Atlantic salmon

with herb-maple glaze, carved turkey, vegetables, hand-rolled sushi, and

a dessert table. The cost is $54.95 per person and $27.95 for children

ages 12 and younger (not including tax and tip). Reservations are

available between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Live music will be played


- Bimini Twist, 8480 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. Call 561-784-2660.

The restaurant opens at 4 p.m. offering Easter specials like roasted rack of lamb with garlic mashed potatoes and mint jelly and hog snapper sautéed in a lemon, white wine, and butter sauce with a side and salad. There also will be a Atlantic salmon with a side and salad and a few wine specials.

- City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill, 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach. Call 561-366-0071.


menu items will be offered, with a few special dishes thrown in the

mix: grilled half rack of Australian lamb, great northern bean ragout, sautéed broccoli rabe, and rosemary lamb jus ($34) or pan-seared black

grouper with lemon risotto, leek and onion soubise, Parmesan brood

($29). Special breakfast treats are cinnamon-apple-stuffed French

toast ($12.50) or an omelet with ham, mushrooms, tomato, broccoli,

basil, and manchego with fresh fruit, home fries, applewood bacon, and

multigrain toast ($12.50). Bottomless mimosas are available for $12 at

brunch as long as you purchase an entrée.

- City Oyster & Sushi Bar
, 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Call 561-272-0220.

The à la carte brunch menu and dinner menus will be available, but you'll

also be able to order one of the special menu items for Easter: seafood

salad with poached shrimp, scallops, calamari, jumbo lump crab with ruby

grapefruit, cherry tomatoes, mango, avocado, and citrus vinaigrette

($14); veal St. Tropez with veal cutlets sautéed with lobster meat,

white wine, capers, spinach, and yellow tomatoes ($32); or, shrimp and

bucatini carbonara ($26). For brunchy items, you can try homemade

biscuits and pork sausage gravy with scrambled eggs, bacon, and home

fries ($14.50) or strawberry buttermilk waffles with scrambled eggs,

brown-sugar bacon, and baby greens ($16). Bottomless mimosas are available for $12

during brunch.

- Prime Delray, 110 E Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Call 561-865-5846.

Easter Sunday buffet brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with offerings like an omelet station, French toast, waffles, home fries, sausage, ham, frittata, poached salmon, crab cakes, fruit, freshly carved prime rib, sweet potato mash, gourmet bread station, sushi, and a Belgium chocolate fountain and other desserts.  

- Ruth's Chris Steak House, 225 NE Mizner Blvd., Ste. 100, Boca Raton. Call 561-392-6746.

This chain will be booking tables for Easter dinner with steaks and three-course meals on the menu. A menu for children ages 12 and younger is available for $13.95. 

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