Easter Passover Park City

Easter Brunch and Passover Seder

Even with the slopes closed, Park City is a great place to celebrate

Even though the ski slopes are closed, Park City is a great place to be in the spring, and to celebrate Easter and Passover. This year Easter is Sunday, April 21, and Passover is April 19 – 27. Both are important religious holidays, typically spent with family, and whether you observe one, neither or both, you can take advantage of the opportunity to get together and enjoy a festive dinner, or an ever-popular brunch.

In this slower season local restaurants are relaxed and several offer special breakfast and brunch menus. Check out Boneyard Saloon & Kitchen’s brunches, served Saturdays and Sundays 10:00am – 2:00pm, featuring $3.00 mimosas. Harvest Park City is fast becoming a favorite of both locals and visitors with its great Main Street location and vegetarian-friendly and gluten free options. Most commonly known for its craft beers, Squatters Roadhouse Grill is also a much-loved breakfast and brunch spot. Riverhorse Provisions, at the top of Main, is another great spot to try for delicious, healthy options in a comfy, intimate environment. And true to its name, it offers take out as well as gourmet items for assembling your own meals.

Bill White Restaurant Group’s Windy Ridge Bakery has an Easter Special menu, to enjoy a delectable brunch at home. The menu offerings include items such as spring asparagus and leek quiche, olive oil focaccia with Bill White Farms pesto, carrot cupcakes and strawberry rhubarb pie. The last day to place an order is Thursday, April 18, for pick up on Saturday, April 20. The restaurant group also hosts their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Billy Blanco’s on Saturday, April 20. Starting at 1:00pm the hunt is free for all kids and features a visit with the actual Easter Bunny, candy and toy filled eggs and golden eggs with special prizes. Bring your own baskets!

Rich with tradition, Passover is one of the most important of all the Jewish religious observations. Maxine Turner, owner of Cuisine Unlimited is very busy with Passover Seders.  They create the very traditional Seder food elements offering everything from gefilte fish (a combination of salmon and sole served with horseradish) to matzo ball soup and delicious roasted leg of lamb.  Since Passover is an eight-day celebration, they keep really busy with orders for the entire time. Their Passover Menu is available to order online.

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Published on Wednesday, April 17, 2019