It’s almost Easter Sunday, and restaurants all around Western New York are getting ready to go big for brunch. With everything from made-to-order waffles to carved lamb, from hot teas to bottomless mimosas, you and your family are guaranteed to find something you’ll all like.
Besides the inevitable jumbo basket of chocolate you get at some point during Easter weekend, any form of egg hunt is definitely one of the best parts of the holiday when you’re a kid. Think about it: It’s a game of hide-and-seek where you get to wake up, run around in spring weather and get candy as a reward. It only makes sense that they’re still going strong, and like the eggs themselves, you can usually find a good dozen when Easter season comes around.
This upcoming Monday, February 17, is President's Day, and though you're probably going to want to get your red, white and blue on, there are a lot of national and local locations that will be closed for the holiday.
Whether you’re a date night delayer or would just prefer a simple night out, plenty of Buffalo’s local restaurants have Valentine’s Day values for the big night. And with our area never being short on great places to eat, it’s impossible to go wrong with this one!
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