All Grown Up

There comes a time in all of our lives when the eggs stop appearing in the house or the yard and the Easter baskets are no more. (What a rip-off!)

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Then you may find yourself with little ones of your own and you find yourself playing the Easter Bunny stuffing the eggs and filling the baskets. But not everyone has kids, or maybe not yet. Others may be empty nesters. For those without a place to fall this Sunday, The Yard is where the grown-up Easter fun is at.


Beginning at 10 am is the epic Easter brunch. Wear your Sunday best if you’d like, but make sure the waistline is stretchy. The Yard will be providing an incredible buffet spread with honey-baked ham, bacon deviled eggs, warm glazed donuts, chocolate chip pancakes, avocado toast and so much more.

To wash it all down they’re offering bottomless mimosas, cereal breakfast shots, as well as other specialty cocktails.

Egg Hunt

Starting at 2 pm and likely lasting until 2:02 pm (because we all know how quickly these things go) is the Easter Egg Hunt that’s for adults only.

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There’s a lot more than jellybeans in these eggs. Try your luck to find gift cards and possibly find the one grand prize egg which will get you a roof deck party and appetizers for 25 of your favorite people.

The Yard has been working incredibly hard on completing their roof deck.

You’ll want to be among the first to party up there!

Get all the details on brunch and the hunt on Facebook here.

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