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Celebrate Easter Brunch Sunday at these great Chicago area establishments

Bites Asian Tapas Offers an Inspired Pan-Asian Easter Brunch Celebration 

Bites Asian Tapas has a unique Asian Brunch which will make your Easter Celebration delicious and memorable. This creative new Asian Fusion restaurant at 3313 N. Clark St. in Chicago’s Lake View neighborhood (telephone 773-270-5972) will offer brunch 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Easter Sunday, and every every Saturday and Sunday. Guests can count on owners Chef Marita Tantivirasut and Asana Nakornchai to dazzle them with delicious beautiful small plates that bring forth the flavors of Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, China, Korea and India. Their Asian fusion cuisine is so unique and inspired, you’ll be glad that it’s so reasonably priced, giving you the opportunity to enjoy and share many dishes.

 

Start your brunch with one of Bites’ creative specialty cocktails such as the Bloody Rooster ($7), Bites’ take on the traditional Bloody Mary, or Mimosas with choice of orange, lychee or mango variations. Other cocktail favorites are the Tom YUMtini ($8), made with vodka, Tom Yum syrup and lime; the Ms. Gardenia ($7), created with gin, simple syrup, Rambutan juice, Midori and lemon; or the Hot Geisha ($8) made with Shochu, ginger syrup, lemon, lemongrass, mint, and Thai chili powder.

Easter Mac N Cheese

Easter Mac N Cheese

Cater-in or dine out, Da Lobsta’s mouth watering Lobster Rolls offer a delicious and original way to celebrate Easter.

Da Lobsta, Chicago’s only fast-casual restaurant dedicated to serving delicious traditional New England lobster rolls, is waiting to deliver your Lobster Roll feast to your door, or for pickup–in Chicago’s Gold Coast and surrounding neighborhoods. If you’re out and about on Easter Sunday, stop by their Gold Coast location, 12 E. Cedar St. in the Gold Coast and enjoy your feast in their colorful and fun dining room.

For those not familiar with Da Lobsta, think the American Dream on a bun. Da Lobsta serves authentic New England lobster roll sandwiches in addition to several varieties with a tasty twist.

Delightful Pastries: Sweet and Savory for Your Easter Table

Whether sweet or savory, Delightful Pastries has delicious treats in store for Spring and the Easter holiday season. While you may think of Delightful Pastries for its sweet offerings, don’t forget that they offer a complete selection of savories and homemade breads.

Create a memorable Easter brunch by starting off with Delightful Pastries’ delicious Lamb & Spinach Pie with organic lamb, spinach and a cheese béchamel sauce, serving 12-14 people. Their Veggie Quiche with French pastry filled with leeks, spinach, mushroom, onion and Swiss cheese is another great choice for your brunch menu.

Maxwell's Easter Brunch Chicago Restaurant

Maxwell’s Easter Brunch

Maxwell’s at the Club Presents Elegant Easter Brunch, Sunday April 20 

Maxwell’s at the Club Presents Elegant Easter Brunch, Sunday April 20

Maxwell’s at the Club, located in the East Bank Club , will present its elegant annual Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The extensive buffet, which is open to the public, will feature prime rib and roast turkey carving stations, an omelet bar, a waffle bar, assorted pastries and seasonal berries, as well as a variety of appetizers, salads and entrées. The entire family will enjoy the festivities, which includes a special appearance by the Easter Bunny from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Because Maxwell’s Easter Brunch is very popular, reservations are necessary

 

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