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Five Stories to Make Your Easter and Passover the Best Ever

Easter Egg hunts are part of the fun at Vida.EXPAND
Easter Egg hunts are part of the fun at Vida.
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Happy Easter and Passover!

Whether you're celebrating with matzoh or chocolate bunnies, here are five stories to help you plan your weekend festivities. From brunch that includes an egg hunt or a place to snag kosher ice cream, find it all here.

A beautiful buffet at Jaya at the Setai.
A beautiful buffet at Jaya at the Setai.
Jaya at the Setai

Miami Easter 2017 Brunch Guide
Easter is almost here, and in Miami, that means perfect weather for selfies with the Easter Bunny and egg-hunting by the beach. Head to one of the many restaurants offering specials for the day. Reservations are strongly suggested or in some cases required, and tax and tip are generally not included.
Fort Lauderdale Easter 2017 Brunch Guide
Easter Sunday is approaching fast. Whether the morning finds you hunting for eggs, taking pics with the Easter Bunny, or headed to sunrise service, be sure to schedule a proper brunch and toast the day with a cocktail or two. Reservations are suggested, and most prices exclude tax and gratuity.

A dazzling array of handmade chocolates with fillings such as passionfruit, raspberry, and praline and hazelnut.
A dazzling array of handmade chocolates with fillings such as passionfruit, raspberry, and praline and hazelnut.
La Bonne Adresse, via FaceBook

La Bonne Adresse Creates Handcrafted Parisian Chocolate Marbles
Walking into La Bonne Adresse, you might mistake it for an art exhibit. Rows and rows of brilliant, porcelain-looking marbles with sparkly swirls of color adorn the shelves. “I grew up baking with my grandma,” Parisian Emilie Van Steenwinckel says. “But chocolate, I had no clue.”

Charoset, inspired by a traditional dish made of chopped apples, wine, walnuts, and cinnamon, tastes similar to apple pie.
Charoset, inspired by a traditional dish made of chopped apples, wine, walnuts, and cinnamon, tastes similar to apple pie.
Courtesy of Serendipity

Serendipity Makes Kosher Ice Cream for Passover
Passover, one of Judaism's holiest days, began last Monday night, marking a weeklong fest in which Jews, despite cravings, abstain from chametz, which is any leavened food made from wheat, rye, spelt, barley, or oats. That means no ice cream unless you swing by Serendipity, a tiny artisanal ice-cream shop with locations in Wynwood and Surfside.

Celebrate Easter with a fabulous brunch.
Celebrate Easter with a fabulous brunch.
Courtesy of Neomi's

Easter Is Coming! Make Vegan Cadbury Cream Eggs
It's that time of year again. No, we're not talking birds and bees and March Madness and all of that other spring crap. We're talking Cadbury Cream Egg time at Easter.

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