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March 22, 2016

Dine out for Easter brunch at these 10 Philly restaurants

Easter Sunday is March 27

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Palladino's Easter Brunch Palladino's/for PhillyVoice

One dish at Palladino's Easter brunch consists of potato cakes, roasted asparagus, sunny side up egg, Trugole cheese and crisp prosciutto.

Dine out with friends or family for Easter. Many restaurants in Philly will serve special brunch menus for the holiday on March 27. 

Read on for 10 restaurants with festive fare. Find prix-fixe deals, special occasion add-ons and seasonal dishes.

Urban Farmer Easter Brunch

On Easter Sunday, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Urban Farmer will host its first Easter Brunch.  

The buffet-style meal is $65 per adult and $22 per child 10-and-under. Dishes will include carved meats, an omelet station, local cheeses, house-made charcuterie and dessert, plus a Bloody Mary bar.

Sunday, March 27
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. | $22-$65 per person
Urban Farmer
1850 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
(215) 963-2788

Bridget Foy's Brunch

The South Street restaurant will serve dishes like red velvet donuts, curry carrot soup, lobster frittata, glazed ham and lemon ricotta pancakes at its Easter Sunday brunch.

Head to Bridget Foy's as early as 9 a.m. for the menu but live music will start at 12:30 p.m. 

Sunday, March 27
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.| Pay-as-you-go
Bridget Foy's
200 South St.

Palladino’s on Passyunk Easter Brunch

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A Bloody Mary flight will be available at Palladino's Easter Brunch.

The East Passyunk restaurant will offer Easter Sunday additions to the usual brunch menu on March 27. 

Look for Italian-Scotch eggs, lamb and asparagus dishes on the menu. As for drinks, there will be a Bloody Mary flight and a build-your-own mimosa option with added blood orange and strawberry-cinnamon choices.

The full à la carte brunch menu will still be available.

Sunday, March 27
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. | Pay-as-you-go
1934 East Passyunk

Ela Brunch

Dine on a three-course brunch menu at Ela for $25 per person. Find dishes like lobster benedict, brioche french toast with root beer syrup and strawberries and deviled eggs.

Sunday, March 27
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | $25 per person
627 S. 3rd St.
(267) 687-8512

The Twisted Tail Easter Brunch

For Easter brunch, the Headhouse Square restaurant added two French toast dishes to the menu: pan-seared banana French toast with foie gras and a house-made cinnamon whiskey syrup and praline French toast with whipped mascarpone, pecans and maple syrup. 

Other additions are thick-slice grilled ham with spring onion biscuits, brisket hash with smoked tomato jam and a catfish sandwich.

The regular brunch menu will still be available.

Sunday, March 27
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Pay-as-you-go
The Twisted Tail
509 South St.
(215) 558-2471

La Peg Brunch

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Peter Woolsey of Bistrot La Minette fame began his second Philadelphia act with the opening of La Peg in fall 2014. Housed in the FringeArts headquarters on the Delaware River waterfront, the brasserie serves classic French cuisine with international accents.

On Easter Sunday, La Peg will offer a three-course brunch for $25 per person. Dishes will be picked from the restaurants French-cuisine-inspired brunch menu. Find items like blueberry muffin beignets, Salmon Gravlax and roasted leg of lamb on the menu.

Sunday, March 27
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. | $25 per person
La Peg
140 N. Columbus Blvd
(215) 375-7744

Sofitel Philadelphia Brunch

Sofitel Philadelphia adds its signature French twist to Easter brunch with a menu that features seasonal dishes. Find seared duck, lamb, parsnip soup, arctic char, raspberry eclairs and other dishes on the menu.

Adults are $55 per person and children under-12 are half price.

Sunday, March 27
12:30 -4:30 p.m. | $55 per adult
Sofitel Philadelphia
120 S. 17h St.
(215) 569-8300

Ocean Prime Brunch

Ocean Prime doesn't normally serve brunch but the restaurant will for Easter Sunday.

The menu includes poached eggs with hollandaise and crab, blueberry French toast, braised short rib, blackened salmon salad and a special Blood Orange Mimosa.

Sunday, March 27
Ocean Prime
124 S. 15th St.
(215) 563-0163

Fork Brunch

Fork will serve a special Easter brunch menu for $40 per person. Guests will enjoy a three-course meal from Chef de Cuisine John Patterson and Chef-Owner Eli Kulp.

Dishes will include yogurt parfait with lemon-apple curd and hazelnut granola, duck confit salad, carrot cake and other seasonal foods.

Supplements to the meal will also be available. Add on Fork’s signature shareable brunch platters. 

The Continental includes house pastries, breads, spreads and parfait for $15 and The House-Smoked Fish & Bagels includes cured arctic char, brandade and smoked mussels for $15 per person.

Sunday, March 27
$40 per person
306 Market St.
(215) 625-9425

Sky Brunch at Top of the Tower

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View the city from Top of the Tower.

Sky Brunch at Top of the Tower gives guests a birds-eye view of Philly. Besides an amazing view, the restaurant will offer a brunch buffet with carving stations, an omelette station, sushi, dessert and other dishes.

Adults are $75 per person, with the first round of drinks on the house. Children 12-and-under can dine for the price of their age.

Kids will also get to see the Easter Bunny and join in an egg hunt.

Sunday, March 27
$75 per adult
Top of the Tower
1717 Arch St., 50th floor
(215) 577-1999