Rabbit's comin'

Easter Feasts

Where to celebrate this Sunday

By Kathryn Robinson April 10, 2009

Easter’s about finding eggs, not preparing them. In that spirit, all you should really be making for Easter is reservations.

At 0/8 Seafood Grill in Bellevue it’s cedar-planked salmon and honey-glazed ham and more, served 9:30am-2:30pm. The cost is $36.95 for adults, $16.95 for kids under 12, and $5.95 for kids under five.

For a viewier meal choose Waterfront Seafood Grill for Dungeness Benedict, grilled filet with crab, and much more. The brunch menu’s available 11am-2pm, with the dinner menu available 11am-8pm.

Cafe Flora offers a terrific vegetarian brunch, starring things like apple cinnamon rolls and Hoppin’ John fritters. Brunch is served 9am-2pm; reservations taken for parties of 8 or more.

Downtowners might opt for icon Grill, where from 10am-2pm diners can pay $26.95 for entree (crab cake Bennies, prime rib) plus a spin through the buffet, or $17.95 for just the buffet (which includes stuff like apple strudel, cinnamon rolls, Asian noodle salad, deviled eggs, and chocolate-dipped strawberries).

Now go stimulate the egg-onomy.

Ouch. Sorry.

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