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5 fun things to do this weekend in South Florida (April 19 - 21)

Posted at 3:23 PM, Apr 17, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-20 07:09:46-04

1) Downton Abbey: The exhibition - West Palm Beach
For Downton Abbey fans its the last chance to head to Rosemary Square (a.k.a. CityPlace) to see this show (located in the old Macy's building). It cost $35 for adults and children 14 and under are free. The last day it will be open is Monday, April 22.

READ MORE FROM TASTE AND SEE: A look inside the exhibit

2) Wellington's Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Lots of eggs to be found in this annual hunt at the Village Park softball fields on Saturday. The event starts promptly at 10 a.m. (so arrive early to avoid the traffic congestion). The hunt is divided into four age groups (ages 2 and under, ages 3 to 4, ages 5-7, and ages 8 to 10). At each hunt there are two eggs with a pink bunny ticket that will score your kid a prize.

3) The World's Biggest Bounce House - Lake Worth Beach
The official record holder for the World's Biggest Bounce house comes to John Prince Campground this weekend. Included are other inflatable attractions. You can buy tickets for one-hour sessions for $19 or a three-hour all access pass for around $24.

READ MORE FROM TASTE AND SEE: The World's Biggest Bounce House comes to Boca

4) Santana - Hollywood
The smooth sounds of Santana come to the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. The only tickets left start at $240 plus tax and fee. Fun fact: Black Magic Woman was written by Fleetwood Mac.

5) Bougie Easter Brunches - Palm Beach County
After enjoying Easter egg hunts and perhaps a religious service with your family it going to be time to put away all the jelly beans, and chocolates and get some real food.

If you want to do trendy and super bougie? Here are my top five picks.

Avocado Grill - Palm Beach Gardens

Chef Julien Gremaud will be offering a Bloody Mary Bar. And, with a delicious drink in hand, you can follow the savory aromas to the stuffed leg of lamb and prime rib carving stations, before enjoying other brunch specials such as delicious Benedict specials. Reservations are available now via or by calling 561-766-2430.

City Cellar - West Palm Beach
Executive chef Rolando Anoceto is turning up the heat with a grilled, porcini-dusted Colorado lamb loin, with English pea barley risotto, and organic mushroom black truffle escabèche. Feeling sea-venturous? The pan-seared black grouper with charred vegetable couscous and saffron nage will have you applauding after the last decadent bite.

Brunch aficionados will celebrate with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s paired with a fork-tender short rib Benedict ($16), crispy Brussels sprouts with thick-cut bacon and chives ($12.50), brioche donuts ($5.50), strawberry sourdough waffle ($12.50), and a mind-blowingly delicious crème brûlée and caramelized banana French toas

City Cellar is located in CityPlace at 700 South Rosemary, West Palm Beach. For more information or to make a reservation, call (561) 366-0071 or visit

The Regional Kitchen & Public House - West Palm Beach
Top Chef alum and 2018/2019 James Beard semifinalist Chef Lindsay Autry is offering her signature Southern brunch this Easter. Guests can enjoy a selection of inspired dishes including pimento cheese, tomato pie, fried chicken and more.
Price: $75++ per person
Hours: 10:30 a.m. -3 p.m.

Galley at Hilton - West Palm Beach

Executive Chef Miguel Santiago at Galley has created a specialty prix fixe menu for Easter Brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Priced at $69 per person and $25 for children 10 and under, the feast includes house baked pastries and breads, free range omelets, fresh oysters and king crab claws, hand tossed pizzas, wood grilled steaks and delicate cake pops among other house specialties and can be paired with endless Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Sangria at $20 per person.

The lively Sunday celebration will feature an Easter egg hunt at 10:30 a.m. on the hotel’s lush lawn and plenty of furry photo-opps with the Easter Bunny for the kiddos. For reservations call 561-231-6100.

NYY STEAK - Coconut Creek
Among the brunch items will be a fresh seafood station, salad and soup station, pancake station, eggs & omelet station and a chef-attended carving station. Additionally, there will be a desserts, crepes and bananas foster station as well as a Mimosas and Bloody Mary bar. During brunch, entertainment will be provided by Neil Freestone. Dinner selections will include spring salad, as well as pan-seared halibut and dry-aged prime rib. Easter brunch runs from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at $85 per person and Easter Sunday dinner 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. 954-935-6699.

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