Start a new culinary tradition this Easter Season – Eat Out!  (or Take Out!)

March 19, 2013     Village Green

After all the Easter egg hunting is done, chocolate bunnies are eaten and peeps taken for a ride in the microwave you will be exhausted. The perfect excuse to take your family and friends to breakfast, brunch or lunch. Or stop by The Market and pick-up that Easter meal. Life is too short to be in the kitchen! Here is what’s cooking around The Pinehills.

Café Olio
Stop in for Sunday Brunch at Café Olio from 8am to 1pm. In addition to their regular Sunday breakfast menu (everything from breakfast burritos to French toast) Chef Steve has a few specials brewing including Cinnamon Bun French Toast, Goat Cheese, Avocado & Roasted Red Pepper Frittata, Homemade Triple Berry Granola with Apple Pie Oatmeal, Lamb Shish Kabobs, Brown Sugar Ham with Honey Glazed Carrots and Oven Roasted Potatoes.

Rye Tavern
Rye Tavern will be open for brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday. Brunch seating's that day will be 11AM, 12:30PM, and 2PM.Count on Chef Joanna to create something miraculous for your Easter brunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. Call 508-591-7515 to make reservations.

The Market
For those of you who are spending Easter at home with friends and family - place your orders now for hams, lamb, bunny cakes, hot cross buns and more. The Market even has Easter sides made fresh right in their kitchen – tastes just like homemade!

Welcome Center

The Summerhouse

33 Summerhouse Drive   •   Plymouth, MA 02360
Open by appointment Wednesday–Sunday, 10am–4pm

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