Ten Best Easter Brunches in Palm Beach County
2. Dune Deck Cafe
This open-air eatery sits atop Lantana Public Beach, with every seat in the house affording an unobstructed view of the Atlantic. The area's bohemian vibe is reflected in the menu, with Greek and Caribbean influences and some great specialty breakfast items. Even on Easter Sunday house favorites like lobster Benedict is available, served with a tail's worth of fresh Florida lobster and poached egg with plenty of creamy Hollandaise sauce. The stuffed French toast is another stellar pick, packed with a fragrant blend of raisins, apples, figs, and dates. Expect to keep ordering bloody mary's and mimosas, because you may need to wait for a table. Reservations aren't available, even on Easter Sunday.
1. The International Polo Club
international Polo Club Wellington
Experience Sunday brunch on the veranda at one of the world's finest Polo facilities. The stunning new International Polo Club Pavilion has become a magnet for those who are at the center of the polo social season, and whether you like big hats or not, enjoying a polo game and top-notch cuisine, entertainment, fashion, and world-class celebrities is something you can do every Sunday. But somehow Easter Sunday presents the perfect excuse for an extravagant afternoon -- especially because it marks the end to the brunch season at the polo fields. The champagne brunch includes a cocktail reception with passed hors d'oeuvres and music, followed by lavish gourmet brunch stations. It will definitely be a breakfast-meets-lunch you'll never forget.
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