Stuck for ideas this Easter long weekend? Then take a look at the options available on OpenTable for some Easter long weekend inspo. From High Tea in Sydney to a ‘farm to fork’ experience in the Hunter Valley, here are a few ideas to kickstart the long weekend activities.
With the cooler weather now upon us what better way to celebrate the long weekend than at the iconic Hydro Majestic? The Hydro’s Easter High Tea includes three tiers of Easter Eggstravaganza delights and a glass of sparkling.
Celebrate your Easter Sunday with afternoon tea curated by award-winning pastry chef, author and TV personality Anna Polyviou at the Langham Sydney. Enjoy English-style prawn cocktail and egg mayonnaise sandwiches to delectable desserts including Anna’s Chocolate Flourless Sponge with chocolate mousse, and her Tropic Twist with flavours of passionfruit and ginger pineapple.
At love.fish there is no set menu requirement, simply a $75pp minimum spend on food and beverages – the perfect range of seafood for your Good Friday, all the way through to Easter Monday.
Relax and unwind this easter weekend and enjoy the historic ambience of the Circa 1876 homestead surrounded by the stunning vistas of the Hunter Valley. Circa 1876 showcases some great Hunter Valley wines in an award-winning wine list. Circa 1876 quite literally brings the ‘farm to fork’ ethos to life as guests overlook the organic kitchen garden that their food came from just beyond their plate.
Easter Sunday Lunch is one of the most popular dates on the calendar at Killcare. The menu features produce from many local suppliers from up and down the coast and surrounding hinterland, including fresh daily seafood from local waterways, all within a lively, sophisticated bistro-style space.
Inner South West, Sydney
The Peakhurst features a three-level amphitheatre beer garden, four bars, multiple dining areas, a kids playroom and a brand-new Sports Bar. For some family fun, check out the free Kids Easter Party