After you’ve binged on chocolate rabbits, creme eggs and jelly beans, hit up these restaurants for a full Easter meal.
757 S. Front St.
This sweet Queen Village restaurant is serving up a special four-course dinner menu with heavy doses of spring: A country salad with bleu cheese and frisee; house-made farfalle with peas and ham; a choice of roasted lamb, crispy chicken, or grilled salmon; and a strawberry trifle. Brunch is a la cart from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
1201 Market St..
First thing’s first: The Easter Bunny is making an appearance at Thirteen’s brunch. Also of note: a buffet featuring holiday breakfast staples as well honey glazed ham, Cornish game hen with pan jus, and mountain trout with preserved lemon.
312 S. High St., West Chester
Don’t forget the vodka: This West Chester BYO’s three-course brunch is accompanied by a complimentary “make your own Bloody Mary bar.”