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20 Easter Food and Drink Specials in Metro Phoenix

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ZuZu Starting at 6 a.m. on Easter, ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho will be serving up brunch specials to go with their annual egg hunt. Until 3 p.m., you'll be able to enjoy dishes such as a pecan sticky bun ($6) and their special Maryland Benedict dish ($16), with the bloody mary and mimosa bar opening at 9 a.m. Zuzu will also have dinner specials, such as stuffed leg of lamb ($30), cauliflower soup ($8), and coconut cream pie ($8).

Palm Court Inside of the Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, the Palm Court restaurant will combine a rich Easter brunch with live entertainment. The buffet will include everything from shrimp and crab legs to a crepe station, omelets, and Belgian waffles. There'll also be entrees such as prime rib, lobster cakes, and leg of lamb, as well as a variety of desserts. Brunch costs $62 and is offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Wigwam From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Wigwam will be offering a special brunch just for Easter. The buffet will include the standard omelet and carving stations, and a menu consisting of glaze ham, prime rib, pancakes and more. The price is $45, and reservations can be made via phone.

Sassi Reservations are required, but the $55 Easter brunch at Sassi promises to be a unique experience. The Italian restaurant will be serving over 30 of their brunch dishes for the vent, including poached egg with asparagus and prosciutto, roasted beef strip loin with truffle butter, and an entire room full of Italian desserts.

Phoenix City Grille Every Sunday, Phoenix City Grille dishes out a luxurious brunch menu. Easter will be no different. With Mexican classics like chilaquiles ($12) and beef tostadas ($12) as well as four different kinds of eggs Benedicts, breakfast-lovers of all kinds will be pleased with the offerings. There'll also be a crust-less quiche ($8) on the menu, and several other options.

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