Just because you're no longer an Easter Bunny believer doesn't mean you can't enjoy this Sunday's celebration.
And while you may no longer wake up to your own Easter basket filled with a month’s worth of sugary treats, adults can indulge as well with a traditional holiday feast. Here in Loudoun County, Virginia, lots of establishments are hosting Easter brunches and dinners appropriate for all ages. Here are a few mouthwatering options to consider this weekend:
Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet at Lansdowne Resort: This annual brunch will offer an assortment of starters, entree items, attended stations, salads, desserts, and a build-your-own mimosa station. Call ahead for reservations. Brunch runs $80 per adult, $25 per child 4-11 years-of-age, and free for children aged 3 years and under.
Easter Brunch at Holiday Inn Dulles Airport: A special menu will offer up breakfast, lunch, and dessert options. Plus, there'll be kid's activities like a Kid's Craft Corner and an Easter Egg Hunt. Brunch runs $23.95 per adult, $13.95 per child aged 5-12 years, and free for children aged 4 years and younger.
Easter Brunch at Clyde's Willow Creek Farm: This Ashburn outpost will be serving up an a la carte brunch featuring Chesapeake Bay blue catfish ($14.95), Applewood smoked ham ($18.95), spring vegetable gnocchi ($12.95), and other special Easter items. Plus there'll be a visit by the Easter Bunny himself and an egg hunt for the kiddos.
Easter Dinner at Goodstone Inn & Restaurant: Those looking for a post-festivities feast can enjoy a farm-to-table dinner featuring Chesapeake lump crab, lamb loin, lemon panna cotta, and other deliciousness. Dinner runs $85 per person and $40 per child aged 10 and under.
Easter Buffet at Magnolia's at the Mill: Enjoy an Easter smorgasbord with carved prime rib roast with horseradish cream, tortellini pasta salad, smoked salmon with cream cheese, a create-your-own omelet station, and more. The buffet runs $35 per person and $18 for children aged 6 to 12.