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Celebrate Easter at these Long Island Eateries

Whether you need fun Easter activities for the kids or dinner for adults, we’ve got you covered!

Hop on over to one of these restaurants and check out the egg-celent festivities and dining specials for the perfect Easter weekend!

The Springs Tavern - East Hampton


If you’re looking for a family friendly event this weekend, the hop on over to the Springs Tavern. On Saturday, April 21st, they will host a special egg coloring and scavenger hunt for the kids, followed by a feast for the whole family. The egg hunt will begin at 1 p.m. The kids will be entertained, and the adults will enjoy steak and eggs. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (631) 329-0050.

Lulu Kitchen and Bar - Sag Harbor


Get fired up for Easter, because Sag Harbor’s hot spot Lulu Kitchen and Bar is offering a special ‘Wood-Fired Lamb Feast’ from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 21. The menu includes roasted leg of lamb with rosemary and garlic, woodfire-grilled asparagus with lemon oil and almonds, roasted heirloom rainbow carrots with grilled onion and mint-buttermilk vinaigrette, English peas, and polenta cacio o peppe. Cost is $48 per person plus tax and gratuity, and a two-person minimum is required. The regular a la carte menu will also be available. Call them at (631) 725-0090 to make your reservations today!

Fresno - East Hampton


Celebrate Easter at Fresno beginning at 5:30 pm. Enjoy $1 Montauk pearl oyserts alongside a special Prix Fixe menu. Menu items, subject to change, include green garbonzo and jalapeno-lime hummus with grilled flatbread and marinated olives, PEI mussels with shallots, cilantro, served in a coconut habanero broth, chimichurri crostini, pan-seared organic salmon with black forbidden rice, kaffir lime-crusted carrot sauce, pea tendrils, baby watercrest salad, and your choice of dessert. The cost is $30 for two courses or $35 for three courses. Call them at (631) 324-8700 to make reservations.

Almond - Bridgehampton


Skip the home-cooking and dine out at Almond this Easter Sunday! This Bridgehampton hotspot will serve a special entrée of Roast Leg of Pennsylvania Lamb with springtime vegetables. Order a la carte or for the whole family for $35 per person. The regular menu will also be available. Make your reservations for Easter Sunday by calling (631) 537-5665.

Mirabelle Restaurant & Tavern - Stonybrook


Mirabelle Restaurant and Mirabelle Tavern at the Three Village Inn are going all-out for Easter Sunday with a Grand Buffet for brunch and a special prix fixe menu for dinner. We heard the Easter Bunny might even make an appearance between 11am and 2pm. The brunch buffet is $55 for adults and half-price for children 12 and under, and includes a cold display, salads and soups, carving station, chafing dishes, traditional sides, brunch station, kids station, and desserts. The brunch buffet menu includes The dinner prix fixe menu includes beet and tahini dip with flatbread, Manhattan clam chowder, roaster leg of lamb with beans medley, haricots vert, and lamb sauce, and a layered crepe cake with vanilla and strawberry. The cost is $69 for adults and $29 for children under ten, plus tax and gratuity. Call (631) 751-0555 to make your reservations!

Library Café - Farmingdale


Enjoy a special Easter brunch at the charming Library Café in Farmingdale. From 10am-2pm, they’ll be serving fresh fruit, mini pastries, and mini bagels, Texas style French toast, scrambled eggs, buttermilk pancakes, home fries, crispy bacon, sausage, and assorted desserts, as well as unlimited soda, coffee, and juice, $27 for adults and $12 for kids. The regular menu is also available. Reservations can be made by calling (516) 752-7678.

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