If you're looking for some good Easter eats to follow your Good Friday, might I suggest the Don Cesar for brunch? 
The Don CeSar is one of the most well-recognized and beloved beach hotels in the world, with its pastel-pink facade seen from St. Pete Beach shores a signature of Florida postcards. Locals call it "The Don" or "The Pink Palace," and the property can boast of its historical architecture, celebrity clientele, sugar-sand beaches, and sunsets as vibrant as the hotel itself.
It also hosts quite the food scene from homemade ice cream to locally-sourced cuisine, and a main attraction is the champagne brunch, which is amplified on the Easter holiday. 
Easter Brunch in the Don Cesar's King Charles Ballroom runs from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm, and includes "a variety of options including a raw bar, chicken and waffles, omelets made to order, bao bun station, hand-carved prime rib and hickory smoked ham all while sipping on unlimited champagne." This special event will happen on Easter, April 1st, and is $85 for adults and $26 for children 5-12. It includes all-you-can-eat buffet, all-you-can-drink champagne, and self-parking under the legendary hotel included.
If you seek something slightly less formal, they also serve this brunch at their Sea Porch and Rowe Bar for $65 per adult, $26 for children, and includes the same but with a slightly more casual atmosphere from 11 am to 3 pm. 
It is imperative that you make a reservation, especially for large parties, especially considering that non-holiday weekend brunches are in high demand. Reservations can be made online at OpenTable, or you may contact their concierge directly at 727-363-5077. Don’t wait if you want to hop over to the beach this Easter, or you’ll be hunting for another brunch after church. 
Between the egg-cellent food, the unlimited bubbles, and the apropos pastel pink palace as a backdrop, there is no better way to celebrate the season than the Don Cesar Easter Brunch this hoppy holiday!
Looking for more about Easter in Pinellas County? Stay here at 727area, and be sure to register. It's free!
Photo courtesy of Don CeSar.