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For the last several years my family has been going out for Easter dinner. It's just an easier way to accommodate the mix of dietary issues in our ever-expanding brood-omnivores and vegetarians and lactose avoiders, kids and adults, those who keep kosher and those who want Easter ham. My family's get together is up in New England, but

, has a list of restaurants in the Baltimore-area for a nice holiday meal, including Easter brunch or dinner at

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in Lutherville, a three-course Italian supper at

, live jazz and a brunch buffet at

, and brunch with mimosas or dinner at various

locations. The upsides: no cooking and no clean up. The downside: no left overs. It's a tough call, I know.

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