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Where to Get Easter Brunch in Southwest Florida

Our food editor picks some of her favorites.

BY March 28, 2018

Bunnies and brunch go hand-in-hand during this time of year. But with so many restaurant options, it can be hard to figure out the best brunch for your needs. Here, Food and Wine Editor Dorothea Hunter Sönne makes her recommendations for Easter Sunday.

BUFFETS: 1500 South at Naples Bay Resort/Naples ($55 per adult), Baleen at LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort/Naples ($105 per adult), Hyatt Regency Coconut Point/Bonita Springs ($110 per adult), The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club/Naples ($75 per adult; special children’s buffet among offerings), The Ritz-Carlton, Naples/Naples ($149 per adult), Society/Fort Myers ($26.95 per adult; includes participation in a White House-style egg roll game)

PRIX FIXES: Angelina’s Ristorante/Bonita Springs ($65 per adult), The Capital Grille/Naples ($49 per adult), The Catch of the Pelican at Naples Grande Beach Resort/Naples ($45 per adult; includes complimentary valet), Fathoms/Cape Coral ($35 per adult), Shula’s/Naples ($65 per adult; menu also available at dinner)

A LA CARTE MENUS: Bice/Naples, La Corte/Cape Coral, Gather/Cape Coral, Ocean Prime/Naples, Osteria Tulia/Naples, The French/Naples (menu specials also available at dinner), Roy’s/Bonita Springs,The Veranda/Fort Myers (menu specials also available at dinner), Barbatella/Naples, Lamoraga/Naples

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