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Tasty Options Abound for Easter Sunday Meals

For families seeking good food, these eateries offer high-quality, economically-priced options.

Easter Sunday offers families opportunties to mark the holiday together, and for those looking to eat out, there are many options among Plymouth's restaurants.

Here, Patch has compiled a list of restauarants that are shaking up their regular menus to offer some Easter treats.

 

1. Plymouth Crossing Restaurant

44191 Plymouth Oaks Blvd., Plymouth

Phone: 734-455-3700

Details: Plymouth Crossing’s well-attended Easter Brunch includes at carving station with prime rib, ham, eggs, sausage, rigatoni, baked cod and several pastries and desserts. Reservations are required.

Time served: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., last reservations at 2 p.m.

Cost: $19.99 per adult, $12.99 per child.

 2. Big Boy Restaurant

44681 Ann Arbor Road West, Plymouth

Phone: 734-455-8070

Details: Big Boy is offering an extensive buffet-style brunch that will have all of the staples of breakfast and lunch, including eggs, bacon and some lunch items like chicken wings. One of the most affordable after-Easter options, the buffet is a busy and well-utilized Easter mainstay.

Time served: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Cost: $8 to $9.

 3. EG Nick’s

500 Forest Avenue, Plymouth

Phone: 734-414-6400

Details: EG Nick’s will have a buffet-style brunch with a few important extras. In addition to a carving station and a crepe station, the restaurant will have a made to order omelet station, complete with a chef to make orders to specifications. Desserts and other treats will also be on-hand. Reservations are required.

Time served: 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cost: $23.99 for adults, $10.99 for children 3 to 10 years old.

 4. Fiamma Grille

380 South Main Street, Plymouth

Phone: 734-416-9340

Details: Fiamma Grille’s Easter special is a four-course meal. Included in the first course is juice and bagels, along with other breakfast favorites, followed by a second course of soups, salads, shrimp and eggs benedict. Steak, halibut, macaroni and cheese and other favorites make up the third course, followed finally by dessert. Reservations suggested.

Time served: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cost: $26 for adults, $9 for children under 9 years old.

 5. Station 885

885 Starkweather Street, Plymouth

Phone: 734-459-0885

Details: Station 885 will be having two buffet-style events to mark the holiday, including a breakfast buffet and a dinner buffet. For breakfast, the restaurant will have made-to-order omelets, scrambled eggs, breads, and juice. For dinner, there will be turkey, mashed potatoes and additional items. There will be other dishes available all day long, including roast beef and other dinner favorites. Reservations required.

Time served: Breakfast, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; dinner, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: $21.99 for adults, $10.99 for children 3- to 10-years old.

 6. Sean O’Callaghan’s

821 Penniman Street, Plymouth

Phone: 734-459-6666

Details: This venerable Irish hotspot will have a variety of options for Easter, including a carving station with prime rib and a buffet that includes a variety of breakfast and lunch foods. There will also be an omelet station. Reservations are suggested.

Time served: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $17.99 for adults, $8.99 for children.

Anna Brown April 16, 2011 at 05:40 PM
These all sound good, however, for a Sr. Citizen on a limited budget, the only reasonable one is Big Boy - guess that's where we will go. Thanks for the suggestions.

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