The spring holidays are fully upon us. Last week we told you where to get your Passover and Seder specials. Today we’re going to take a look at Easter food around the city. Here are your options if the Easter Bunny forgot to drop a bunch of free time and cooking prowess in your basket.
• Seasons, at the Four Seasons hotel, is offering a special Easter buffet on Easter Sunday, including a seafood station, a smoked and cured station, salads, artisanal cheeses and breads, dim sum, kids’ buffet, and desserts. It will be offered from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and cost $110.00 for adults, $55.00 for children.
• Epic Roasthouse is featuring a special, three-course Easter menu (pdf) on Sunday for $40. In addition to spring classics like asparagus and lamb for the adults, there will be an Easter egg hunt for the kids out on the Embarcadero lawn. Brunch goes from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with the Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m.
• In honor of the Spring season and the Easter holiday, Zare At Fly Trap will be serving a special Rabbit Fessenjun for the month of April. The dish goes for $23, and it’s recommended you request it when you make your reservation. Hoss Zare only makes 10 a night, and they go quick!
• Jack Falstaff will be open for its La Cena De Familia dinner Sunday, serving four courses, family-style, for $40.
• According to the Tablehopper, Ryan Farr’s 4505 Meats and Fatted Calf are partnering up to host a special “Bunny BBQ” at Bloodhound on Sunday. Thirty dollars gets you rabbit sausage, grilled rabbit, and Taylor’s smoked ham, as well as copious sides and a beer. The feed goes from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., and is limited to 100 servings, so you should RSVP if you want to go.
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