Thursday, April 21, 2011

Easter Options Abound Around Town

Posted By on Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 5:50 AM

I don't know about you, but I plan to be watching a hockey game on Easter Sunday. But if you're more traditional than me (or even better, the Preds have already clinched a berth in the second round), there are plenty of wonderful Easter brunch options around town at some of your favorite restaurants.

Randy Rayburn at Sunset Grill has hit you right in your O'Charley's bone with a "Kids Eat Free" option. The brunch menu looks spectacular, bloody Marys, mimosas and sparkling wine are only five bucks apiece, and children under 12 eat free off the kids menu. I'd say make reservations now.

If you're looking a little more upscale, then head over to Vandyland for Fleming's Easter Brunch menu. Their three-course menu will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. for $32.95 and includes your choice of several delicious appetizers, entrées and desserts. And their children's brunch menu is served for just $15.95 more than free.

Finally, if French cuisine is more your mode, Miel is offering an Easter Brunch from 11:00 until 3:00 featuring special items such as:

French Toast with fig butter, Tennessee strawberries, candied hazelnuts and seared foie gras

Beef Shortribs with Miel turnip greens, poached egg and hollandaise sauce

Crepes: mushrooms, spinach and parmesan cheese with hollandaise sauce OR lump crab and asparagus with hollandaise sauce

If you can't make it for Easter or just want to try it twice, the same menu will be featured on Mother's Day. Call 298-3663 for reservations.

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