This time of year, we’d normally be offering up a huge list of Easter dining and family events for you to enjoy.
But 2020 is different with COVID-19 and the quarantine.
Thankfully, our area restaurants are stepping up and offering delicious Easter dinners that you can enjoy at home.
So if you’re celebrating Easter this year, here is the nourishment that will get you through the day..
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!
If you don’t already have reservations, here are CitySurfing Orlando’s picks for the best locations to enjoy Easter dinner this year:
Still trying to decide where to celebrate the upcoming Easter holiday in Orlando? We have some great suggestions for you and your family.
Here are our picks for places to celebrate your Easter meal:
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As part of their 2013 Limited Time Magic promotion, Walt Disney World will launch a week-long Easter celebration, starting March 25.
During this event, Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny will greet guests both at Bunny Lane at Magic Kingdom, and at the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot.
The duo will also participate in the Magic Kingdom’s daily Easter procession down main Street, U.S.A..
If Easter eggs are popular with your little ones, they can join the daily hunts over at Epcot’s Future World East.
The Easter edition of Limited Time Magic will run through March 31, 2013. All events are included in park admission.
[Photo courtesy of Walt Disney World]
While I’m working hard to bring you news and reviews of things happening around Orlando and its surroundings, there are some other great blogs out there who are doing the same.
So here are some recent posts that you might enjoy reading:
The Orlando Sentinel reports the Orlando thrill-ride park planned for upper I-Drive was rejected by the city planning board over noise concerns.
Lady Gaga played the Amway Center last Friday and both Pulse of Central Florida and Adventures with Ben were there (photos, too!). If you missed the show, HBO will be showing the concert on May 7, 2011.
Food critic Scott Joseph reviews Cuba de Cuba Bistro on N. Orange Ave.
This week, Tasty Chomps visits Eastside Asian Market on E. Colonial.
Sunday is Easter and The Orlando Blog has a rundown of holiday events in Orlando.
Back at the Orlando Sentinel, read about an upcoming charity photo exhibit by OS concert photographer Jim Carchidi to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Have you written something about Orlando online, or have you read something worth sharing? Drop us a note with the link and we could share it here next week.