Put on your Easter bonnet - make sure there's plenty of frills upon it. It's time for Easter parades and egg hunts and pictures with the Easter bunny and, yes, even church. Then, after all that, there's - for us foodies anyway, for whom gustation is basically religion - there's the most important part of the day: Brunch.
Brunch is the greatest of all meals. It's the perfect blending of breakfasty over-indulgence, mixed with lunch's mid-day guiltless necessity. It's about lingering. It's about long drawn out mimosa-filled brunches with eggs, lamb, candies, and whatever else your little heart desires. It's about four hours of sitting at a table stuffing your face and you love it.
Whether you're looking to entertain the little ones while sipping on bottomless orange juice and sparkling wine, celebrate the recent change in season, or just get wasted during brunch on a Sunday, there's no dearth of holiday options.
Here are the ten best Easter Brunches in Broward County.
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10. Fresh Harvest
For anyone looking to get in the Easter spirit, this seasonally-inspired spot at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is going to be decked out for the holiday. Along with a visit from the Easter Bunny between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., the restaurant is offering a budget-friendly all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch options. For $32.95, nosh on unlimited soup, raw bar, carving board, desserts, and kitchen prepared items with as many mimosas as you like. Dishes span from honey lacquered duck breast and slow cooked leg of lamb to eggplant oysters and snow crab to eggs benedict and quiche lorraine. Finish it off with a never-ending chocolate fountain fantasy for dessert. Just try attempting all that at home.
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Already listed as one of the best brunches in Broward County, this Austrian-inspired Davie cafe is going big for the day of Jesus' resurrection. Its hosting an all-inclusive brunch with all the fixins' for $32 per adult, $16.75 per kid. The offerings are extensive with tables for salads, smoked fish, peel and eat shrimp, pastries, omelets, hot stations, carving stations, cornflake crusted French toast, and even eggs benedict. And it includes unlimited mimosas, coffee, tea, and soft drinks. It's so good, you'll be wishing every Sunday was Easter by the time you leave.
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