After your kids wake you up at 5 am to see what the Easter bunny has left them, there is only one way to make it through the rest of Easter Sunday…Easter brunch. The kids may be in a chocolate bunny food coma but that doesn’t mean you don’t need some warm coffee and an omelet. Holidays are all about the food so you’re going to want to make sure you pick the perfect place to have Easter brunch. Whether you’re craving eggs, French toast or more chocolate for breakfast, there are plenty of restaurants throughout New England that offer Easter specials that will please the whole family.
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Before you know it, they will be out of school. Here's a fun weekend that will feel like vacation.
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