Easter Restaurant Reservations: Celebrations to Make Sunday Special

Your moment of Easter cuteness.

Is it just me or have the first three months of the year literally flown by? Okay, at least I feel like I’m not the only one who feels that way! That said, did you realize that Easter is this Sunday? Neither did I. So, I’m searching for a great reservation for my family and me. What’s wonderful is that there really are so many terrific tables still available. Some eye-catching offers from around OpenTable include:

* 19 Oakanagan Grill + Bar in West Kelowna, British Columbia, is offering an early brunch menu, casual lunch and dinner, fireside dining or a seat in the lounge watching the Masters golf tournament. View other Easter specials in Vancouver.

* 750 Restaurant and Bar in San Francisco is pulling out all the stops with an expanded brunch menu, free-flowing Champagne, two hours of complimentary valet parking, and  jazz, along with a petting zoo, magician, and face painting for the kids. View other Easter specials in San Francisco.

* Aldea in New York is creating an eggcellent menu, showcasing traditional Portuguese egg dishes, as well as their full menu, from 1PM until 8PM. View other Easter specials in New York.

* Brasserie Jo in Boston is offering up tasty Easter specials along with its famed cupcake station. You can also watch the kids hunt for eggs with the Easter Bunny and take photos! View other Easter specials in Boston.

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Dining Poll: Are 40 Days and 40 Nights of Sacrifice in Your Food + Drink Future?

Fat Tuesday is, perhaps, one of the most fun days of the years for folks who love food and booze. But, the next day is Ash Wednesday, which marks the start, for some, of a period of sacrifice in anticipation of Easter. When I’ve observed Lent in the past, I usually gave up something that impacted what I ate or drank. One year, I gave up meat (and ate more cheese sandwiches than I care to remember). Another year, I gave up all forms of alcohol (and drank more Red Bull than I care to remember). Is there a foodie sacrifice in your immediate future? Weigh in on our post-Mardi Gras poll!


Best Restaurants for Brunch: Announcing the 2010 Diners’ Choice Winners

Eggs BenedictEverybody loves brunch! And now finding the best places to eat the Sunday meal with something for everyone is easier than ever, thanks to the release of the 50 restaurant winners of OpenTable’s 2010 Diners’ Choice Awards for Best Brunch. Derived from nearly four million reviews submitted by OpenTable diners of nearly 12,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, this list celebrates the restaurants that make Sunday one of the best dining days of the week.

Winners include restaurants that serve over-the-top brunch fare, such as Norma’s in Manhattan (If you haven’t had the Foie Gras Brioche French Toast or the Hudson Valley Duck Confit Hash, you haven’t lived) and Atlanta’s Relish (Krispy Kreme ® Bread Pudding) and those that turn out sumptuous favorites with local flair every weekend, such as Charlotte’s Pewter Rose (Fried Green Tomato Benedict) and Gertrude’s (Tilghman Island Eggs, i.e. fried oysters and poached eggs) in Baltimore.

Congratulations to all the restaurants recognized in the Best Brunch category. Find out if your favorite made our list, and reserve a table for this weekend, Easter, Mother’s Day — or any given Sunday — today.

Easter Is Almost Here: Hop to It!

Easter-Hop-to-ItEaster is less than two weeks away. Have you made your reservations for the day? No matter where you live, OpenTable can help you find the right food and a restaurant with the right mood for celebrants. Visit our international Easter reservations page to search for tables where you are — or where you’ll be, if you’re traveling for the holiday. From locations across the U.S. to Canada and the U.K., let us help you plan a special day.

View special offers and dining discounts, and book your Easter reservations today!