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Celebrate Easter with these 10 Valley brunch and dinner specials

Whether you're looking for an appearance by the Easter Bunny or an elegant cocktail-filled brunch, metro Phoenix restaurants have got you covered.
Restaurants around the Valley, including The Sicilian Butcher, will serve specialty menu items for your Easter celebrations.
Restaurants around the Valley, including The Sicilian Butcher, will serve specialty menu items for your Easter celebrations. The Sicilian Butcher
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March is almost over and this year, that means Easter is almost here. Whether you want to dine in or carry out, Phoenix restaurants have several deals perfect for your Easter celebrations. Some restaurants have also added entertainment with crafts and bunny-themed fun for the kids. Here are 10 Easter dining deals and specials to make the most of the holiday around metro Phoenix.

The Sicilian Butcher

March 25 through 31
Multiple Locations
Want a casual and friendly vibe leading up to Easter? All locations of Sicilian Butcher will offer specialty menu items in honor of the holiday all week. The specials include braised lamb ragu pappardelle and lobster risotto with spicy tomato herb sauce. Regular menu items will also be available.

Phoenix City Grille

March 31
5816 N. 16th St.
Casual but comfortable, Phoenix City Grille has two options for Easter dining experiences. During brunch from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. patrons can enjoy a chile relleno quiche made with a house-made crust and served with a salad. Other options include roasted leg of lamb with a toasted baguette or pan-seared halibut. After 4 p.m., the selections will include a low-roasted leg of lamb with a bourbon and bacon sweet potato hash, apple mint slaw and port wine reduction or a pan-seared halibut.

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Ocean Prime will serve brunch and dinner on Easter.
Ocean Prime

Ocean Prime

March 31
5455 E. High St., #11
Celebrate Easter this year at Ocean Prime. Customers can enjoy brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or opt for dinner from 3 to 9 p.m. Items on the brunch menu include lobster toast with a sunny side-up egg, crab cake eggs Benedict and lobster surf and turf. Start off your meal with warm cinnamon bread and choose from various drinks like a citrus rhubarb mimosa, tequila sour or a bloody mary. To make reservations call 480-347-1313.

COURSE

March 31
7366 E. Shea Blvd., #106, Scottsdale
Looking for a fine dining experience? Join COURSE for a special brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Easter. The seven-course prix fixe menu is $125 and highlights include Kaluga caviar and asparagus custard, orzo pasta with English peas and parmesan creme and lamb sirloin paired with braised fennel and red bell pepper relish. Make reservations by calling 480-687-0491.


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All locations of Culinary Dropout are offering a special meal and drink in honor of Easter.
Culinary Dropout

Culinary Dropout

March 31
Multiple Locations
With a casual, upbeat atmosphere and a dining experience perfect for families, Culinary Dropout is serving two holiday specials on Easter. From 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., the restaurant will serve short rib and lobster tail with spring asparagus and herbed ricotta for $34. A special Easter cocktail includes guava, pineapple and sparkling wine will also be on offer for $12. The regular menu will also be available. Reservations are highly encouraged.

The Henry

March 31
4455 E. Camelback Road
From 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Henry will serve specialty dishes to commemorate Easter at its Camelback Road restaurant and patio. Some highlights on the menu include caviar and russet potato tots with black truffle crème fraiche, a giant cinnamon roll made to share and an elevated eggs Benedict with black truffle hollandaise. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made by calling 602-429-8020.

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Two specials will be added to the regular menu at CALA for Easter brunch.
CALA

CALA Scottsdale

March 31
7501 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale
CALA is celebrating Easter with special entrees added to their regular menu. And while CALA is technically a hotel restaurant, the lush greenery and chic decor give it a personality all its own. Sit inside and admire the design or grab a seat on the cactus-lined patio for your Easter celebration. Try the lemon ricotta-stuffed French toast or the crab Benedict which includes a sourdough English muffin, sautéed spinach, hollandaise and breakfast potatoes.

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Celebrate Easter at home with Chompie's catering the food for your family and friends.
Chompie's

Chompie's

March 31
Multiple Locations
For families who want to enjoy Easter at home but don't want to stress about the cooking, Chompie's will take care of all the details. The Easter spread will include scrambled eggs, bacon slices, ham steak slices, home fries, bagels, cream cheese, fruit salad and a muffin loaf. A feast for four costs $94.99 and for eight, is $159.99. Pre-orders must be called in 24 hours in advance. Regular menu items are also available for pre-order.


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A prix fixe menu will be on offer this Easter for $75 at The Americano.
The Americano

The Americano

March 31
17797 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
Take the stress out of planning your Easter meal with a prix fixe menu for brunch at The Americano. From 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the swanky Scottsdale restaurant will serve ricotta waffles, crispy potatoes and a wood-fired filet with salsa verde. Customers can also opt for a 12-ounce ribeye with eggs, Wagyu beef cheek, eggs Benedict, polenta pancakes, avocado toast with king crab or an Americano burger. A bloody mary cart will also be wheeling around the restaurant delivering tableside cocktails for $22. The cost of the prix fixe menu is $75.

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The Easter bunny will be making rounds during brunch at The Arizona Biltmore.
The Arizona Biltmore

Arizona Biltmore

March 31
2400 E. Missouri Ave.
Add a little old-school elegance to your Easter celebrations this year at The Arizona Biltmore. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the famous resort will offer a prix fixe menu in The Gold Room, the property's original 1929 dining hall. The menu will include brunch staples, entrees and a salad and cheese station. Desserts will include carrot cake, tarts and chocolates. The Easter bunny will also be roaming around as families enjoy their meals and kids have the option to participate in various crafts. Reservations are recommended and the price is $199 per person or $85 for children ages 5 to 12.
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