Don’t feel like cooking for the family this Easter? Not to worry…the Orlando area has many restaurants happy to do the cooking – and dishes – for you!
There are also several Easter egg hunts and Bunny photo ops to be enjoyed with the family.
Here are our picks for Easter 2019:
If you don’t already have reservations, here are CitySurfing Orlando’s picks for the best locations to enjoy Easter dinner this year (Click the red links for more information):
1921 in Mount Dora
Cost is $25 per person.
The restaurant will be offering a special Easter-Sunday themed, Sunday Supper that will feature ham steak with potato salad, green beans, and milk buns. Beverage pairings additional.
Ace Cafe Orlando in Downtown Orlando
Enjoy an all-you-care-to-eat Easter buffet brunch. Add unlimited mimosas for $12. There will also be a prize giveaway featuring everything from Ace Cafe merchandise and gift cards to food for a year.
The Alfond Inn in Winter Park
Cost: $69 per adult; $29 ages 5-12; Free 4 and under.
Enjoy elaborate Chef attended food stations accompanied by live music and a special appearance from the Easter Bunny. Two seatings at 10am and 1pm.
Amatista Cookhouse at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando
Cost: $56 adults and $27 child ages 3-9.
Enjoy Caribbean-inspired dishes while overlooking the tropical lagoon and gorgeous waterfalls. Whether you’re craving fresh seafood from the hickory smoked seafood display or tasty grilled meat from the churrasco station, the extensive menu offers something for everyone. Guests will also enjoy special appearances by some of your favorite Universal Orlando characters.
Cafe Osceola at Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando
Cost is $69.95 per adult; $29.95 per child (4-11); Free 3 and under — with additional 25% discount for Florida Residents.
Enjoy endless soups, international cheeses, market salads, and a variety of uniquely-finished deviled eggs; seafood, pasta and make-your-own-waffle stations; dim sum, sushi, carving stations with Blood Orange Honeyed Ham and Herb Crusted Leg of Lamb and entrees like Lamb and Beef Meatballs and Dill Crusted Salmon with Lemon Tzatziki Sauce. Don’t forget to leave room for a wide assortment of delicious pastries and pies, cakes and dessert specialties like Cheesecake shot glasses, Ginger Flan, Strawberry Romanoff, Baklava chocolate flourless cake and flowing chocolate fountains.There is also unlimited champagne and mimosas (21+), along with complimentary valet-parking.
Canvas Restaurant + Market in Lake Nona
Cost: $30 adults; $12 kids
Join executive chef Jason Bergeron and his team at the Bunny Brunch Buffet. The Easter Bunny will make a special appearance from 10am to 3pm. This takes place on Saturday, April 20.
Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen in Lake Nona
Chroma is offering up two special Easter dishes for $20 each: Salmon alongside a couscous primavera salad with sun-dried tomatoes, asparagus and rainbow carrots; and confit duck breast entrée with grilled corn salad and purple mashed potato accompaniments.
Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista
Cost: $32.99 Adult; $13.99 Children (4-11)
From 11am – 3pm, enjoy an Easter buffet brunch with a variety of stations, plus complimentary champagne and mimosas for guests 21 and older and free parking. 10% discount on adult meals with a prepaid reservation.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Orlando
Opening early at 11am, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House will be featuring award-winning slow-roasted Prime Rib, all day. Enjoy a 16oz cut for $45 and a 20oz cut for $55. Also serving special brunch dishes only available on Easter Sunday, including Filet Mignon Benedict ($46) and Lobster Benedict ($46). For reservations, call (407) 351-5074.
DoveCote in Downtown Orlando
Cost: $46 adults; $26 children
Serving up an Easter brunch buffet from 10am to 3pm.
Ocean Prime in Dr. Phillips
Offering a special a la carte Easter brunch menu from 11am to 3pm. Entrees include Smoked Salmon with sliced tomato, red onion, arugula, whipped cream cheese and a bagel; Blackened Salmon Salad; French Toast featuring mixed fresh berries, lemon curd, candied bacon and warm maple syrup; and Lobster Toast.
Paddlefish at Disney Springs
Serving up a special Easter dish of flounder with shrimp, scallops, beurre blanc and asparagus ($36), as well as a special Easter Martini complete with a chocolate egg candy garnish ($14).
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes – Cottontail Tea
Enjoy an Easter-themed afternoon tea service with a special visit from the Easter Bunny, children’s activities and a gift for each child. Two servings at 11am and 3pm. Reservations required; please call 407-393-4648.
Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando
Cost: $50.95 adults; $19.95 per child 4-12
Offering an Easter brunch buffet with holiday favorites and specialty dishes. Soups and salads, fresh fruits and cheeses, carving stations with Prime Rib and Lamb, specialty entrees such as Herb Crusted Chicken and Braised Short Ribs are all on display. Interactive stations include omelets, waffles and pastas where our talented chefs plate to order. Follow it all up with a never-ending array of delightful desserts and overflowing chocolate fountains. Reservations are recommended and include complimentary champagne and mimosas (21+) and valet parking.
The Smiling Bison in Sanford
Enjoy an a la carte Easter brunch prepared by Chef Robbie and Chef Nat (Tennessee Truffle).
Tapa Toro at ICON Park in Orlando
Cost: $38 adults; $15 for kids
From 11am-3pm, enjoy a brunch buffet including a waffle station, omelet station, and a wide variety of our favorite Spanish-style dishes. Will also be offering a Spanish-style pig roast from 5-11pm, with live entertainment and flamenco dancers.
Terralina Crafted Italian at Disney Springs
Serving up a special Easter dish of seared scallop risotto with spring asparagus and sweet cherry tomatoes ($36).
Villa de Flora at Gaylord Palms Resort, Kissimmee
Cost: $65 per adult, and $32 per child (4-12)
Celebrate Easter Sunday with a delicious Mediterranean-inspired buffet at Villa de Flora, featuring seasonal favorites. Enjoy a stroll through the Gaylord Palms atrium, filled with oversized Easter eggs, a giant chocolate Easter Bunny, and fun photo opportunities for the whole family. Self-parking is included with Easter brunch.
FAMILY EASTER FUN
Barnett Park in Orlando – Easter Egg-stravaganza
This family event will be held on Saturday, April 20 from 2-5pm. Free to attend but they ask you to register via the link above.
Bass Pro Shops (All Central Florida Locations)
Enjoy free photos with the Easter bunny, crafts, and so much more starting at 11am April 16-21.
Central Park in Winter Park – 65th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
The City of Winter Park hosts its 65th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. This free event starts at 10am on Saturday, April 20. After the egg hunt concludes, the Easter Kids’ Zone will provide fun for everyone.
The Easter Bunny will greet patrons and pose for family photos. In addition, the Kids’ Zone will feature two bounce slides, three hands-on craft stations, the Winter Park Public Library “Story Walk,” Friendship 1 truck with games, as well as a balloon artist and face painter. Register for the egg hunt at the link above.
Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas Hamlin in Horizon West/Winter Garden – Hamlin Easter Fest
Meet the Easter Bunny, color, play games, pet baby goats, bounce house and much more at this free event on Saturday, April 20.
Civic Center Complex in St. Cloud – EGGstravaganza Carnival and Egg Scramble
Cost: $5 per child
Registration begins at 10am on April 20, with the egg scramble beginning promptly at 11am. Children 3 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent. There will also be bunny crafts, games, prizes, face painting and visits with the Easter Bunny.
Denn John Middle School in Kissimmee – Easter Eggstravaganza
Hop on over and enjoy for face painting, bounce houses, interactive games, candy, raffles, food and continuous Easter egg hunts at this free event hosted by the City of Kissimmee on Saturday, April 20.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort at Walt Disney World – Easter Egg Display
Through April 21, the lobby will showcase dozens of gorgeous, hand-decorated Easter Eggs made by Disney pastry chefs that guests can vote on during Easter weekend. It’s free to attend and is family friendly.
Kissimmee Main Street in Kissimmee – HOP! on Downtown
From 11am to 1pm on Saturday, April 20, enjoy an Easter egg hunt, cupcake decorating, coloring contest, jelly bean hop and meet the Easter Bunny at this free event.
The Loop Shopping Center in Kissimmee – Free Easter Bunny Photos
Meet the Easter Bunny in the parking lot near Kay Jewelers at The Loop Shopping Center Saturday and Sunday, April 20-21. 1st photo free; additional photos are $5.
Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka – Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt
Starting at 10am on Saturday, April 20, enjoy a hunt for Easter eggs, face painting, balloon artists and pictures with the Easter Bunny at this free family event.
Oviedo Sports Complex in Oviedo – Easter Marshmallow Drop
Cost: $3 advance/$5 day of
On April 20, the festival field will open earlier than in the past to give everyone more time to enjoy the inflatable games, many other activities, visit all the vendors and sponsors giving out goodies and treats, plus food trucks and much more! The highlight of the event is watching a helicopter hover just above the tree line to drop thousands of marshmallows. Once all of the marshmallows have reached the ground, staff will give the “green light” for children to race out and collect as many as possible.
SeaWorld Orlando – Easter Sunrise Service Presented by Z88.3 FM
Watch the sunrise over SeaWorld Orlando at this annual Easter Sunday event held at Bayside Stadium. Doors to the event open at 5:30am on April 21. with the service beginning at 6:30am. Seven Seas Food Festival artist Tenth Avenue North will be joining the service as a special musical guest. The best part of all, it’s completely free to attend, including parking.
Wherever you choose to celebrate, we wish you and your family a very happy Easter!
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