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Hop On Over to These Chicago Easter Specials
From a twist on the traditional chocolate bunny to lavish brunches and festive events complete with Easter egg hunts, Chicago’s top dining destinations are offering an
array of festive specials to celebrate Easter this April.
1639 S Wabash Ave
In celebration of Easter, chef and
owner Ryan McCaskey hosts a
special brunch buffet at Acadia
on Sunday, April 16, 2017. For
$85 per adult and $35 per child,
guests find a spread of innovative
American breakfast favorites,
with inspiration stemming from
memories of Easter brunch at
Chicago’s legendary Chez Paul.
Brunch, offered from 10:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m., includes a raw
beer, live seared foie gras
presentation, lobster eggs
Benedict, and more.
2018 W North Ave
Wicker Park’s number one
brunch spot, Café Robey,
welcomes diners with a
French-inspired menu full of
delicious specialties. With
delightful offerings such as
Avocado Toast, Lobster Roll,
Steak Frites, Orange French
Toast and more, Café Robey is
the ultimate spot to enjoy a
holiday brunch with family and
Floriole Café & Bakery
1220 W. Webster Avenue
The seasonal French-inspired
eatery in Chicago’s Lincoln Park
neighborhood will offer guests
quirky and fun buck-toothed
chocolate bunnies and squirrels,
perfect for filling Easter baskets
of wide-eyed children on the
hunt for the Easter Bunny. The
festive treats will be available
Monday, April 10 through
Sunday, April 16.
2824 W Armitage Ave
Join Osteria Langhe for a special Easter
lunch on Sunday, April 16. The
Piedmont-inspired destination in Logan
Square will offer a number of specials
curated by Chef/Owner Cameron Grant,
including grilled & fried lamb with lightly
curried anchovy zucchini & carrots,
polenta, saffron caper beurre blanc and
king crab & avocado served over poached
eggs in tomato fonduta with arugula on a
grilled english muffin.