Last night I had peeps, those ubiquitous unnatural Easter conglomerations of sugar and marshmallow. Disgusting and yet somehow wonderful. My Easter sweet tooth still isn’t sated, though, I’m jonesing for the teeth-ache inducing ooey gooey wonders of a Cadbury Egg. Yum!
From the annual Washington Post Peep Show: "Say Anything: I Gave Her My Heart, She Gave Me a Peep" by Julia Morse
Want something beyond Easter candy? Check out these brunch options:
Easter brunch from 9-3 with an Easter Egg hunt at noon.
Two Urban Licks
Brunch from 10-3 with Easter Egg hunts at 11 and 1 along with a visit from the Easter Bunny.
4th and Swift
3-course menu for $35 along with regular brunch service from 11 to 2:30.
$19/adult and $9.50/child for Easter brunch buffet
Aqua Blue (in Roswell)
$29.95 for adults; $9.95 for children for Easter brunch from 10:30 to 3:30
A la carte Easter brunch from 10 to 3 pm.
Special Easter brunch buffetfor $22 for adults and $12 for kids and a rooftop Easter egg hunts for both kids and adults at Alto Rex. Kids hunt is at 5-7 and adults search for prizes from 9-11 pm.