Food and Drink

Where to Eat This Easter

Still searching for the perfect place to eat this Sunday? Consider these options.

Urban Table’s special Easter menu will be served from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and features a wide range of dishes. Leaning toward the breakfast side of brunch? Sample oatmeal pancakes with vanilla maple syrup and cranberry chutney or try the urban mini waffles topped with bacon-praline syrup or raspberry caramel.

While you’re in Corinth Square, stop by Great Harvest Bread Co. to pick up a honey bunny that’s as tasty as it is adorable.

Photo via Great Harvest Bread Co. Kansas City’s Facebook page.

If you’re heading to the Country Club Plaza for an afternoon of shopping or a last glimpse at the Plaza Easter bunnies, book a table at Gram & Dun between 9:30 and 3:30. Start your meal with the gourmet version of monkey bread or a pub tart with spinach and wild boar chorizo before moving onto hearty fare like blackened shrimp and grits with jalapeño avocado gravy or burnt end mac and cheese.

Celebrate Italian style at Cascone’s. Stop by after noon to order off the dinner menu or gobble up specials such as fried chicken, roasted lamb or braised short rib stroganoff. Finish with homemade peach cobbler, apple dumplings and traditional Italian favorites for dessert to ensure you go home satisfied.

Footing the bill for family? Red Door Grill Woodfire Kitchen & Bar is offering three delectable courses at an even more appetizing price: $12.95. The cost covers a salad, entrée and dessert, a full meal that will leave both your stomach and your wallet happy.