Seven restaurants with sweet Easter specials this weekend

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Easter weekend is among the most popular of eating holidays, and not just for copious amounts of sugar, though we wouldn't blame you for that.

Plenty of restaurants are already busy setting up for their Easter brunches and prix fixe menus, and here are seven – six for dinner, one for dessert – to visit if that leg of lamb just isn't going to cook itself.



Canvas Restaurant & Market is celebrating Easter with brunch on two days – chef Bryan Thoman is famously fond of working brunch service, so we'll postulate this was his idea: brunch both Saturday, April 15, and Easter Sunday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Sunday, Canvas will host a kid-friendly egg hunt, and the Easter Bunny will visit each table from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
13615 Sachs Ave., 407-313-7800, canvaslakenona.com

Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen
 is featuring specials including "Chuletas Can Can" with roasted crispy pork, charred orange, chimichurri rojo and micro cilantro, and a lamb porterhouse with mint chimichurri, caramelized carrots and micro celery.
6967 Lake Nona Blvd., 407-955-4340, chromalakenona.com

Ethos Vegan Kitchen is hosting a veg-friendly Easter brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. The menu is available online, and unfortunately, reservations aren't a thing unless your party has eight or more.
601 S. New York Ave., Winter Park, 407-228-3899, ethosvegankitchen.com

Paddlefish
at Disney Springs will have a special prix fixe menu on Sunday for dinner. The dinner costs $52 per person and includes dishes like Dover sole roulade stuffed with crab and chourico sausage with fiddlehead ferns and classic Opera cake, layered espresso and chocolate cakes with milk chocolate ganache.
1670 Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, 407-934-2628, paddlefishrestaurant.com

The Palm
is featuring a special prime rib Easter dinner with the option to choose between a 12-ounce prime rib for $42 or 16-ounce cut for three bucks more. The prime rib is slow-roasted with rosemary and garlic, aged for 35 days and accompanied by au jus and horseradish cream, served with prosciutto-wrapped asparagus.
5800 Universal Blvd., 407-503-7256, thepalm.com



Urbain 40 has all-day a la carte menu specialties including crispy Jonah lump crab cakes, grilled lamb tenderloin, and marshmallow Easter egg beignets.
8000 Via Dellagio Way, 407-872-2640, urbain40.com

4 Rivers Smokehouse will offer a sweet selection of Easter treats through Saturday, April 15. Selections include brown butter cake, chick cupcakes (shown above), nest cupcakes, Easter sugar cookies, white chocolate eggs, white chocolate bunny lollipops, and white chocolate Easter bark. Multiple locations, 4rsmokehouse.com/locations

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