Good Places for Easter Brunch

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2014/04/17 18:32:22 (permalink)

Good Places for Easter Brunch

Urbanspoon has put together a list of good places to go for Easter Brunch in some major cities, NYC, Seattle, Dallas, DC, LA, NOLA, etc.
(These places sure do look good!)
Now don't get upset if your favorite place is not on the list.
Just tell us if you have a favorite place that you would go to for Easter Brunch.
http://www.urbanspoon.com/articles/13715-best-family-friendly-restaurants-for-easter-brunch?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=US%20Newsletter%20Geo-Location&utm_campaign=April%20US%20Newsletter%203
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 18:48:43 (permalink)
    Waffle House
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 19:26:52 (permalink)
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 19:34:04 (permalink)
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    of course!

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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 19:38:59 (permalink)
    I worked too many brunches in my lifetime.  A team of wild horses could not drag me to any brunch, anywhere, any time.  I'll have an English muffin at home.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 19:45:57 (permalink)
    Actually, after Sunday's breakfast at The Golden Lamb I wouldn't mind going back for Brunch. I had the house made corned beef hash with two poached eggs and country skillet potatoes. But I really want to try the roasted venison sausage omelet with caramelized onions, boursin cheese and the potatoes.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:10:47 (permalink)
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    I worked too many brunches in my lifetime.  A team of wild horses could not drag me to any brunch, anywhere, any time.  I'll have an English muffin at home.

    Wouldn't it be a pleasant treat to enjoy a good one from the other side of the table?

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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:18:02 (permalink)
    It's a buffet. Considering that lleechef feels about buffets the same way I do I seriously doubt that she'd go near anything like that, even if it wasn't brunch.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:41:24 (permalink)
    Our Easter Brunch is going to be great!  On Saturday, I will make a large Italian Easter Pie and it will be put in a picnic basket on Sunday, after church.  We will be dining on the pie, fruit, wine, and lemonade at  a small picnic ground at Gettysburg National Park.  After the touring and monument readings and other t hings we choose to do, dinner will be at one of my favorite places; The Dobbin House.  We are all looking forward to it.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:44:44 (permalink)
    Easter pie? You're making apizzagaina? One of my favorite things in the whole world.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:50:26 (permalink)
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    I worked too many brunches in my lifetime.  A team of wild horses could not drag me to any brunch, anywhere, any time.  I'll have an English muffin at home.

    Wouldn't it be a pleasant treat to enjoy a good one from the other side of the table?


    Sorry, but nope.  It looks lovely but I just can't face another brunch.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 20:57:47 (permalink)
    Greymo

    Our Easter Brunch is going to be great!  On Saturday, I will make a large Italian Easter Pie and it will be put in a picnic basket on Sunday, after church.  We will be dining on the pie, fruit, wine, and lemonade at  a small picnic ground at Gettysburg National Park.  After the touring and monument readings and other t hings we choose to do, dinner will be at one of my favorite places; The Dobbin House.  We are all looking forward to it.

    That sounds like a perfect Easter Day!  Enjoy!
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 21:06:47 (permalink)
    I think for Easter Brunch we'll move from the backroom eating space to the diningroom.....and most likely not a buffet
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 21:09:36 (permalink)
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    Greymo

    Our Easter Brunch is going to be great!  On Saturday, I will make a large Italian Easter Pie and it will be put in a picnic basket on Sunday, after church.  We will be dining on the pie, fruit, wine, and lemonade at  a small picnic ground at Gettysburg National Park.  After the touring and monument readings and other t hings we choose to do, dinner will be at one of my favorite places; The Dobbin House.  We are all looking forward to it.

    That sounds like a perfect Easter Day!  Enjoy!

     
    Without a trip south to see what Chewy is cooking up????  Actually, that sounds delightful and hopefully Mama Nature will bless you as well.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 21:29:47 (permalink)
    Greymo
    Our Easter Brunch is going to be great!  On Saturday, I will make a large Italian Easter Pie and it will be put in a picnic basket on Sunday, after church.  We will be dining on the pie, fruit, wine, and lemonade at  a small picnic ground at Gettysburg National Park.  After the touring and monument readings and other t hings we choose to do, dinner will be at one of my favorite places; The Dobbin House.  We are all looking forward to it.

    Sounds like a great day!
    I'm just learning about Easter Pies. From what I've observed, it looks like a form of a Calzone. Is that correct?
    Just read the History of the Dobbin House. Fantastic place!
    post edited by Foodbme - 2014/04/17 21:38:21
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 22:07:03 (permalink)
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    Greymo
    Our Easter Brunch is going to be great!  On Saturday, I will make a large Italian Easter Pie and it will be put in a picnic basket on Sunday, after church.  We will be dining on the pie, fruit, wine, and lemonade at  a small picnic ground at Gettysburg National Park.  After the touring and monument readings and other t hings we choose to do, dinner will be at one of my favorite places; The Dobbin House.  We are all looking forward to it.

    Sounds like a great day!
    I'm just learning about Easter Pies. From what I've observed, it looks like a form of a Calzone. Is that correct?

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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 22:10:27 (permalink)
    Pizzagaina is totally different from a calzone.  A calzone is kind of like a folded over pizza.  Pizzagaina has prosciutto, salami, capicolla, many eggs, ricotta and mozzarella baked like a pie with top and bottom pastry crusts.
    It's not a dish that my northern Italian family ever made.  I ate it once when a friend's mother made it and I wasn't crazy about it.  It was dense and dry.  I would like to try it again.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/17 22:42:49 (permalink)
    lleechef
    Pizzagaina is totally different from a calzone.  A calzone is kind of like a folded over pizza.  Pizzagaina has prosciutto, salami, capicolla, many eggs, ricotta and mozzarella baked like a pie with top and bottom pastry crusts.
    It's not a dish that my northern Italian family ever made.  I ate it once when a friend's mother made it and I wasn't crazy about it.  It was dense and dry.  I would like to try it again.

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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/18 13:02:31 (permalink)
    The recipes I've seen for Easter Pie include a lot of sugar - seems like a dessert pie, but I'm sure there are many variations of the savory one as well.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/18 13:45:57 (permalink)
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    This is where we're having dinner. The star ledger today even had an article...they're billing it as Easter with Norman Rockwell. They have his giant canvas of Yankee Doodle Dandy there...we've eaten there many times, and the food is quality...and the buffet looks tasty and classy. Will let you know!
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/04/19 16:50:26 (permalink)
    I just took my Italian Easter Pie out of the oven..............it looks fantastic!  It is over 3 inches high so i am sure that there will be leftovers after our picnic tomorrow.
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    Re:Good Places for Easter Brunch 2014/06/28 04:22:17 (permalink)
    Baguette cafe and MTO café are good for brunch in Las Vegas.
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