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Easter brunch

Easter is less than two weeks away. Do you know what you're eating on April 4th? For those of you planning to eat out for Easter brunch, there are several delicious options. To name a few...

Second Home Kitchen + Bar in the JW Marriott is taking reservation for their Easter Brunch on the Terrace. They are offering three separate seatings, 10 a.m., noon, and 2 p.m. The Easter menu features roast beef, honey brushed ham, omelet and huevos rancheros stations, local smoked trout and more. The cost is $38 for adults, $15 for kids ages 7-12, and free for children age 6 and under. To make reservations call (303) 253-3000.

Strings Restaurant at 17th and Humboldt will be serving up several different options for the holiday. Their entire brunch and breakfast menu is available which includes blueberry pancakes, blackberry crepes, lobster & asparagus, huevos rancheros, and more. Not only are they serving their traditional Sunday brunch menu, but Strings is also offering their $52.80 dinner special menu for guests on April 4th. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling (303) 831-7310 or visiting Open Table.

Brasserie Felix Restaurant is offering Easter brunch to those on the north side of town. They are serving up their traditional brunch menu, which features delicious french inspired dishes, such as quiche, salad nicoise, and their Pain Perdu, brioche toast, topped with fresh berries and maple syrup. Call (303) 953-2401 with questions or to make a reservation.

Happy Easter and Enjoy!




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