Spending Easter in the city? Here are some great suggestions for Easter dinner, from casual to swank, with some traditional, some not so.
LunchBox Laboratory: This off the charts casual eatery is running an Easter special, with a BOGO Burger of the Gods. What is a Burger of the Gods, you ask? As they describe it, a super-beef patty, bleu cheese crumbles, candied balsamic onions, with super gorgonzola spread. Um, can you say “delish?”
Aqua by El Gaucho: Looking for an elegant Easter brunch? Located on Pier 70, Aqua is convenient to all of downtown, and walking distance from our Alto, Belltown Court and MODA locations. Easter Sunday they are offering a sneak peek of their Summer brunch menu.
Argosy Easter Brunch Cruise: Want something quintessentially Seattle. How about Easter brunch on the water. This experience will have something for everyone with great views of the Seattle skyline, a delicious brunch buffe, live music. For the little ones, there will also be kids crafts, an on-board Easter Egg Hunt and even an Easter bunny for photos.
Urbane Seattle: Urbane utilizes regional farmers to use only the freshest, seasonal ingredients at their peak of quality. Perhaps the most traditional of the bunch, they will be serving up a tabasco-honey glazed Berkshire ham chop, spring vegetable hash and house made scones for their Easter brunch.
Il Fornaio: How does Dunguness Crab Eggs Benedict sound? Sounds great to me! Need I say more?
Also, on a related note, the Pike Place Market is having a Bunny Party Sunday, with activities all day long. It gets kicked off at 10am with an egg hunt. Also, the Children’s Museum (at the Seattle Center)will be hiding 4000 eggs amongst its displays both Saturday and Easter Sunday. You do need to reserve a spot for the egg hunting; as you can imagine it is a popular event.
And if you still need a bunny, chocolate ones will be available at Fran’s, just south of the Pike Place Market on First and Union!