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From Easter Bunny sightings to a traditional egg hunt in the park, tie on that frou-frou Easter bonnet March 23 and start enjoying Orlando's spring weather. Whether you hop off to a bountiful brunch or partake in a budget-friendly day of rejuvenation, it's egg-stremely easy to spend Easter Sunday with your family this year.
Updated: March 05, 2008
Regular Sunday Gospel Brunch is even more special on Easter, with uplifting spiritual performances and a southern comfort buffet complete with chilled prawns, Creole potato salad, honey baked ham, catfish and jambalaya. Seating is at 10:30 and 1 p.m. Price: $33.50 for adults, $17.25 for kids aged 3-9, free for children under two.
It's a family affair at Cafe Gauguiny, with a hearty Easter brunch consisting of potato leek soup, fruit ambrosia, antipasto, as well as seafood, carving and pasta stations. Entrees include roasted chicken stuffed with wild mushroom and fontina cheese as well as pan seared snapper. For dessert, it's apple strudel and sacher tortes for adults, and chocolate Easter eggs and jellybeans for kids. Seating starts at 11:30 am. Price: $39.95 per person, $16.95 for kids ages 4-12.
It's an open house on Easter weekend at this Winter Park cultural gem. Browse the collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany jewelry, lamps and stained glass windows and enjoy free admission from 9:30am-8 pm March 21, 9:30 am-4pm March 22 and 1-4 pm March 23.