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Ten Best Easter Brunches in Palm Beach County

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4. Testa's

Nearly a century old, this place does Palm Beach brunch like no other. And the same goes for Easter Sunday, when the menu is spiffed-up to include specials dishes for a special day. It's a place that's known for serving cocktails at 7 a.m., seven days a week. Take a seat at one of the famous outdoor patio tables for breakfast, and order a bloody mary or a rum and Coke to wash down plates of ham, steak, and eggs, smoked salmon and bagels, or a bowl or two of their famous cream of crab soup spiked with sherry. With the Island's balmy ocean breeze and perfect people-watching, there's no better place to spend a day after church.

3. The Atlantic Grill

If you're up for a little sun, surf and seafood-centric fare, visit the Atlantic Grill at the Delray Beach Seagate hotel from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., with the dinner menu offered from 2:30 p.m. until 10 p.m. Enjoy signature seafood, steaks, pasta and salads, all prepared with finesse and flair. Opt to be serenaded by a live guitarist and served at the lively bar and lounge, or take in the scene while dining alfresco amidst the breeze. The Atlantic Grille is also home to 450-gallon aquarium of tranquil moon jellyfish, and a 2,500-gallon tank that displays a variety of exotic sharks. Dine on Easter Sunday and enjoy specials designed just for spring

holiday with menu items created by Executive Chef Adam Gottlieb, including a spinach, strawberry and brie salad ($12); apricot and ginger-glazed ham served with maple-glazed carrots, grilled asparagus, roasted fingerling potatoes ($26); or an herb-roasted lamb loin with roasted cherry tomatoes, squash roasted garlic and pea purée ($29). The restaurant will also be serving mimosas and Bloody Mary's, if that's the treat you're looking for instead.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
Contact: Nicole Danna