There is a long history to the traditional Easter Sunday dinner. Though the main course and some side dishes vary by country, region and family, gathering together to dine on Easter is an established tradition in many parts of the world. Having special foods for holiday meals helps to create a sense of identity and feeling of community. Those of Italian and Greek heritage often have lamb as the main course on Easter. Fresh vegetables and pastas are also part of the Italian tradition. Many of us in the United States or from other parts of Europe were raised in families that ate ham as the main entree for the Easter meal.
For those whose families are now spread far and wide, it is a lot of effort to prepare a large Easter dinner for just two or three. Even if you do have family coming to visit, preparing a large family dinner can sometimes be an overwhelming task. Many people would rather spend the day enjoying their time with friends and family instead of cooking in the kitchen all day.
Why not bring the family to Bratta’s for the brunch/dinner Easter Buffet? You will find a full spread of all the traditional Easter favorites, lovingly prepared by Bratta’s chefs and trained kitchen staff.
The lunch and dinner menu is centered around Carved Prime Rib, Apricot Glazed Ham and Bratta’s special slow cooked, Garlic Infused Leg of Lamb on the Bone. Other entrees include Homemade Lasagna, Mediterranean Salmon and Chicken Picatta. Tasty side dishes include Mac & Cheese, Gouda Cheese Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable Medley, various salads, soups, breads and more.
If you arrive early in the day, or are just in the mood for brunch, there will be Eggs Benedict, Cheese Scrambled Eggs, Crispy Bacon, Sausage Links and Fresh Fruit. Roasted Red Potatoes are a nice addition to your plate for either brunch, lunch or dinner! Bratta’s delicious, decadent desserts will also be part of the buffet.
At Bratta’s, the food is is always fresh and the prices are affordable. The restaurant has become a favorite of the community and is a welcome addition to the Fort Myers food scene. The interior decor is warm, comfortable and inviting. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
The Easter Buffet at Bratta’s will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. The buffet price is $23.99 for adults and $9.99 for kids 12 and under. Whether your special dinner is for two people or 10, consider starting a new family tradition for Easter, the buffet at Bratta’s.