Easter is Sunday, April 1, 2018. Where to eat Easter breakfast, brunch and lunch in Lexington?
Athenian Grill is having traditional Greek Easter food. Take home orders should be placed by March 30.
Bob Evans is featuring an Easter Farmhouse Feast, promising two entrees and traditional sides for 10 people.
Cracker Barrel is offering a Heat n’ Serve Easter Family Meal To-Go, complete with spiral sliced ham, mashed potatoes, roasted gravy, sweet yeast rolls, three country sides, and blackberry cobbler in a bundle that feeds (at least) 10 people.
Crú Food & Wine Bar at Fritz Farm is offering a three course Easter Sunday brunch from 10 am to 3 pm to usher in spring.
Honeywood at Fritz Farm is adding Easter specials on April 1 to its regular menu. Entrée specials include Slow-roasted Prime Rib, Salmon Croquettes, Eggs Benedict with country ham, Easter Omelette, and Fried Chicken Biscuit.
Teds Montana Grill at Fritz Farm is offering an Easter feast for anyone who worked up an appetite hunting for eggs. Open at 11 am, call for reservations.
Texas Roadhouse locations will open early with family-friendly activities including Easter egg hunts and Easter bunny visits.
Donut Days Bakery on Southland has hot cross buns, iced Easter cookies, Easter-themed sugar cookies, Easter cake table centerpieces and butter flake rolls.
Nothing Bundt Cakes on Nicholasville Road offers special Easter Bunny cakes decorated with plush bunny ears and feet, as well as bite-sized “bundtinis” with bunny or egg decorations.
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