Part of the secret to making chef Rusty Bowers’ King Prime Rib is to let the prime rib roast sit at room temperature long enough before putting it in the oven. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: For the AJC
Photo: For the AJC

Easter 2019: Where to eat in metro Atlanta, what to buy and what to make

Easter is coming, and we’re helping you prepare with the best recipes, the best Easter brunches and dinners and the best way to make sure your Easter baskets are hoppin’. 

Where to eat Easter brunch and dinner

•Don’t feel like cooking this year? Plenty of metro Atlanta restaurants have you covered with special brunch and dinner for Easter Sunday.

•The Yelpers have spoken -- they picked this restaurant as the tops for Easter brunch.

Hot cross buns from Publix Bakery are tasty but unlikely to remind anyone of the treats from London. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: For the AJC

Where to get Easter provisions

•It’s an Easter tradition -- here’s where to find hot cross buns in metro Atlanta

•Here are three things you need for a next-level Easter basket.

•Buy these sweet local treats for your Easter brunch.

Honey Marshmallows. Food styling by Jocelyn Gragg. Photo by Chris Hunt/Special
Photo: For the AJC

Next-level Easter recipes

•Make your Easter meal special with these tips and recipes for “center of the plate” meats from Rusty Bowers of Pine Street Market and Chop House.

•Looking for some egg-cellent recipes? Make these egg dishes for a perfect Easter (and beyond).

•Make your Easter sweet with these recipe for sweet treats including Chocolate Salami and honey vanilla marshmallows from JARDI Chocolates.

•Forget the Cadbury bunny -- learn how to make your own chocolate eggs at home.

RELATED:

As a holiday treat, Cadbury isn’t just for Easter

Read the 2018 AJC Fall Dining Guide: Dining on Buford Highway 

Read more stories like this by liking Atlanta Restaurant Scene on Facebook, following @ATLDiningNews on Twitter and @ajcdining on Instagram.

Support real journalism. Support local journalism. Subscribe to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution today. See offers.

Your subscription to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution funds in-depth reporting and investigations that keep you informed. Thank you for supporting real journalism.

X