WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Easter is hopping around the corner, Westchester. Here are five places to take your family for a delicious Easter Brunch.
Unique: Fig and Olive in Scarsdale is offering a non-traditional take on an Easter Brunch menu for $45, which sports some of its mainstays such as Truffle Mushroom Croquettes, Fig Gorgonzola Tartlets, Crab Cakes Benedicte, Veal Milanese, Riviera Salmon and Provence Roasted Chicken.
Scenic: Easter means springtime, and springtime brings beautiful views. Le Chateau in South Salem is an excellent pick for those looking for scenery. It is offering a prix fixe menu for $68 per adult, $29 per child.
Kid-Friendly: For those with children, The Bedford Post Inn is holding an Easter Egg Hunt at 10:30 a.m. for a little extra fun before its farmhouse brunch. Get a luxurious four course prix fixe menu afterwards for $65 per adult and $35 per child.
Upscale: Looking for something a little fancier? Cellar 49, located at the Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, will be serving a special four course prix fixe menu for the occasion. The meal is $95 per person, and includes a choice of Chicken & Waffles paired with Bronx Pale Ale, Roasted Lamb Loin with Shinn Cabernet Franc, and Banana Doughnut Holes for dessert.
Convenient: If you're looking to save a little money, or can't get out on Sunday, Sonora Restaurant in Port Chester is offering the most flexible option. It will be serving a three course Easter brunch from Friday, April 18, to Sunday, April 20. Lunch is $25, and dinner is $35. Regular menu options will also be available.
Where will you be taking your family out to brunch on Easter? Let us know below.
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