Hungry for Linkage: Don Lencho of Manassas Launches New Brunch Menu in Time for Easter

Easter Weekend Brings Brunch

Photo Courtesy of Don Lencho
Bloody Maria Michelada / Photo Courtesy of Farrah Skeiky

By Susannah Black

Don Lencho of Manassas launches a new brunch menu in time for Easter Sunday (11 a.m.-3 p.m.). Guests can enjoy enfrijoladas (egg enchiladas topped with a black bean sauce), chilaquiles con carne (corn tortillas with sunny side up eggs and grilled skirt steak) and hangover curing cocktails like the Bloody Maria Michelada made with light beer, tomato juice, orange juice, lime, celery bitters, habanero, salt and pepper. Easter specials extend through dinner with dishes like lamb shank as a special. [DonLencho]

America Eats Tavern offers an all-you-can-eat Easter brunch for  $45/person 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Stations for fresh seafood, jambalaya, ham carving and biscuits will be available. [FB]

Here are some new… but old school food trends for 2015. [Byrdie]

Old Bust Head Brewing Company pairs up with Gainesville‘s Crumbles Bake Shop to make Gold Cup Russian Imperial Stout Cakes. The cakes will be available on Easter in the taproom for $7. [FB]

Are diners being ripped off when it comes to their crab cakes?  [WP]

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