Easter Brunch




With Easter right around the corner, it's time to make your brunch reservations. But whether you celebrate this holiday or not, I found some great options that you can try on any Sunday you choose.PLACE ITEMDESCRIPTIONINSIDER TIP IN A WORDCrowne Plaza 1 Somerset ParkwayNashua886-1200 website9 a.m. to 1 p.m. $26.95 for adults, $23.95 for seniors, children under 10 are $12.95, children under 5 are free.Special Easter brunch buffet with peel and eat shrimp, hand-carved meats, an omelette station and a selection of desserts.If you plan on dning with children, this brunch features an Easter Bunny that visits each table.Family-orientedSunflowers 21B Main St.Jaffrey593-3303website11 a.m. to 2 p.m. a la carte menu ranging from $9.99 to $14.99Easter specials will include lobster and asparagus crepes, lobster Eggs Benedict, bananas Foster french toast and a special Bloody Mary and mimosa.Local art on the walls is for sale. Ask to sit in one of the large windows that looks out over the geen.CharmingRichard's Bistro 36 Lowell St. Manchester 644-1180 website10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. a la carte menu ranging from $10 to $18Easter specials include hame and roast lamb in addition to the Monte Cristo, salmon hash with poached egg, grilled tenderloin with shirred egg and breakfast martini.If you can't make brunch, Richard's offers a family-style dinner every Sunday evening with comfort food favorites.UpscaleThe Old Salt at Lamie's Inn 490 Layfayette Rd., Hampton website9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. $16.99 for adults, $10.99 for children up to 12, children under 5 are free.Brunch buffet includes fruit-filled pancakes, Eggs Benedict, assorted cheeses and pastries, hand-carved turkey and roast beef and made-to-order omelettes and waffles. A three-time "Best of NH" winner, this brunch features a chocolate fountrain.ClassicL.A. Burdick Restaurant 47 Main St. Walpole 756-9058 website10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a la carte menu ranging from $12 to $20This French-inspired menu is locally sourced and includes a trio of pates, a selection of artisanal cheeses, steak and eggs and Eggs Benedict and oysters.Save room for desssert at the flagship location for this chocolatier. Around $3 for each taste, you can try a few. Visit their market, too.Vibrant
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