The resurrection of Christ is celebrated on Easter Sunday. Since moving to Orlando, we celebrated Easter by attending church, Dream Life Center, and then headed to a nice restaurant or dinner with family and friends. We would like to make some recommendation for Easter brunch.
Restaurant Row AreaOcean Prime (Where we are eating)
We are going to Ocean Prime for Easter brunch with friends. In fact we are celebrating our friend’s birthday there. We’re excited about trying the braised short ribs and crab and eggs.
7399 West Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL 32819, 407-781-4880
Café Gaugin in the Rosen Centre Hotel offers a great brunch. Brunch is from 11:00am-5:00pm. Complimentary valet parking, champagne, mimosas and a great menu make this brunch unforgettable. Cost: Adults: $41.95, Children (ages 4-12): $16.95, Children under 4 are free (Price does not include tax or service charge)
Reservations are highly recommended. Call 407-996-8551.
The Brick House offers a buy one entrée get one free on Easter. The special is offered one per table with a reservation Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 4pm. Try brunch specials like Smoked Salmon Benedict, Bison Benedict or Crispy Duck Hash.
The Grand Bohemian Hotel offers an Easter jazz brunch featuring Daniel Jordan - sax & Ed Krout - piano from 10:00am - 4:30pm (brunch hours extended for Easter). This upscale hotel offers great food and ambiance. Brunch is typically $45 for adults and $15 for kids.
Other Options for Easter Meals
Publix is a local grocery store with locations all over Orlando. You can purchase your entire Easter dinner at Publix. You can plan your entire Easter meal including ham, corn casserole with bacon, Tuscan zucchini and strawberries with lemon cream. http://www.publix.com/pages/easter