Penny Pollack, Dining Editor at Chicago Magazine shared some ideas for Easter and Passover meals at restaurants in and around Chicago.
Penny's Easter Recommendations
Shaw's Crab House is offering a Sunday brunch buffet for $49.99 for adults on April 4. Brunch includes a complimentary mimosa or Blood Mary. Kids 12 and younger eat for free.
The brunch buffet will include, a make-your-own-omelet and waffle station, a carving station with herb-roasted turkey, and seafood bar
Cafe Des Architectes
20 East Chestnut St.
Join Cafe Des Architectes for its four-course prix fixe family brunch Sunday, April 4. Reservations are available from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Cost: $55 for adults $25 for children ages 5 to 12.
Some menu items include homemade cured sturgeon, slow poached farm eggs, chocolate pistachio dome.
Nella Pizzeria Napoletana
2423 N. Clark St.
Kids can watch and eat bunny pizzas at Nella Pizzeria Napoletana. Request any of the Neapolitan style pizzas to be made in the shape of a bunny for $4 off the regular price.
8989 S Archer, Willow Springs
Celebrate Easter at Courtright's with the three-course ($39) or four-course ($55) menu. The three-course children's menu is $30
Pick from menu items like carrot soup, honey glazed ham, and chocolate tartlet.
1558 N. Milwaukee
Taxim is offering a Greek Easter lamb dinner on Sunday, April 4. The five-course prix fixe menu lists traditional Greek Easter cuisine. Reservations are available for the seating times of 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Cost: $55 per person.
The main course is a whole charcoal-roasted milk-fed Spring lamb
3267 S. Halsted St.
It's BYO Easter special at Nana on April 4. No corkage fee.
1437 N Wells