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Easter Sunday arrives this weekend. What would Jesus do? Brunch, of course. An estimated 33 million Americans are expected to dine out on Sunday, according to the National Restaurant Association; 29 percent of them plan to attend brunch. The prophet himself would probably show up in sandals, but these places might actually require shoes:
- José Andrés’ Zaytinya begins its Greek Easter celebration on Sunday with a chef’s tasting menu showcasing a ” head-to-toe assortment of lamb dishes.” The price is $105 for two people and ten courses; $55 per person for five courses. 701 9th Street NW
- Beacon Bar & Grill is hosting an Easter champagne brunch buffet. Price is $34.95 for adults, $14.95 for children under 12; 17th Street & Rhode Island Avenue NW
- 15ria is offering a pre-fixe Easter brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring eggs Chesapeake, brioche french toast and grilled ham steak. 1515 Rhode Island Avenue NW
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