Local Restaurants Are Serving Up Family-Style Easter Brunch

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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Easter Sunday is just three days away. It’s a day for families, faith and food.

Ron Matz has more on what’s cooking for Sunday brunch in Baltimore.

Chef Cindy Wolf is the owner of Pazo.

“I’m super excited about Easter this Sunday,” she said. “I’m pretty sure the Easter bunny is going to show up here at Pazo and a couple of our other restaurants. We’ll also have some Spanish guitar here at Pazo, so that’s exciting too.”

Pazo’s family friendly Easter buffet, includes an amazing shrimp salad, their famous breads and hangar steak.

“We’re going to have some of our tapas go to the table for the guests so that will be a lot of fun. The empanadas are fabulous,” Wolf said. “We’ll have smoked mushroom soup, hangar steak, amazing shrimp salad, lots of fish, lots of vegetables. Lots of healthy things so it should be really gorgeous.”

Chef Mario Cano-Catalan will serve up his famous Spanish rice.

“Everybody’s going to enjoy themselves. Every year we do a buffet for Easter. Everybody who comes here has a great time. It’s family time, and we have a lot of food the kids can enjoy,” Cano-Catalan said.

At Sullivan’s Steakhouse, there’s Easter brunch too.

“We’re typically not open for lunch on the weekends, but due to the holiday we’re going to open up for brunch. We’re open 11 a.m. ’til 3 p.m. for brunch and 3 p.m. ’til close for dinner,” said Ben Erjavec, Sullivan’s Steakhouse.

The menu will include New York strip, a broiled lamb rack and kid friendly food.

“We have dishes for the children as well. We have French toast, pancakes, bacon, sausage, all the normals,” Erjavec said.

All around Baltimore, Easter Sunday brunch is a happening.

“Easter is a big holiday for all of us. It’s a great family time. We’re very excited to have lots of families with us at the restaurants. We’re celebrating that,” Chef Wolf said.

It’s a sweet way to spend your Sunday.

“We have a wide variety of all kinds of dishes from filet medallions Benedict style to filet hash with fried eggs on top. We’re also offering our regular dinner menu as well,” Erjavec said.

For a look at a list of Easter Sunday brunches in Baltimore, click here.

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