From dry aged lamb leg to Dungeness crab bennies, we’ve got delicious Easter dining options for all the bunnies in your life.
While we love doing dishes and entertaining friends and family, we like to have options as well. Options that respond to our constantly changing state of being. Example: Easter dinner goes off the rails because Uncle Steve rips into Aunt Janice about politics and religion (in the same argument). You sneak away, fake a power outage by flipping the breaker and calmly announce that easter dinner has been cancelled. The good news, you’ve read this and know where to go for easter brunch.
Two Rivers Specialty Meats is offering a special Dry Aged Leg of Lamb that’s available for people to order before April 12th. This leg of lamb serves 4-6 people and is perfect for your Easter Dinner! Why do you dry age meat? Simply put, dry aging meat improves the quality. Similar to aged cheese or wine, dry aging gives meat a more robust, complex flavour. It also makes the meat more tender. Two Rivers ages their meats in-house, in a carefully controlled environment. The temperature, humidity and airflow of the room are fastidiously monitored and maintained to protect the product and to encourage proper aging.
Fable Diner will be open for brunch on Good Friday at 9AM and serving brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Available the whole weekend, Chef Josef has created a Perogies Breakfast Plate with garlic sausage, eggs, sour cream and toast. They will also be offering a boozy Toasty Bunny Shake with creme de cacoa, vanilla vodka, vanilla ice cream, toasted marshmallow whip with chocolate sauce and garnished with mini chocolate eggs.
Boulevard Photo Credit: (The awesome and amazing) Leila Kwok