This Sunday is Easter, the Christian holiday usually filled with packed pews and kids rolling around after colorful eggs and anthropomorphic bunnies. This year many will, once again, celebrate mostly at home with smaller gatherings. That doesn’t have to mean a day tied to the kitchen cooking up a feast. Several restaurants are still offering all kinds of feasts, from Midwestern dinners, best served just a hair past noon, epic brunches, or just sweet baked goods stuffed with a taste of spring.
Comforting Classics: The Buttered Tin
The Buttered Tin, will offer Easter treats like a pan of nine