Although spring might be playing pee-a-boo, this year in Cortland County, Easter is just a hop, skip, and a jump away. Let us help you organize your holiday! From Easter bonnets, baskets, brunches, and hunts, we have your guide to all things Easter.
WHERE TO EAT
If cooking a tasty Easter brunch is not on your to-do list this year, several Cortland County restaurants offer feasts, dine-in, or takeout for you and your family to enjoy. From bourbon-glazed ham to fresh crepes, eggs benedict, and chocolate Easter eggs, every person at the table will be satisfied. Be sure to make your reservations today, as spots are filling quickly!
WHAT TO DO
Everyone loves a good egg hunt, and Cortland County has many to choose from (or go to them all!). Are you looking for an extra unique holiday experience this year? Try your hand at a Ukrainian egg painting class, attend Sister's Easter Catechism comedic play, enjoy an Easter Tea, or visit the lambs and bunnies at Daisy Hollow Farm.
WHERE TO FILL YOUR BASKET
Whether you are looking for an epic Easter basket, a new Easter bonnet, or the perfect bottle of wine for the hostess, Cortland County boutiques, bakeries, and sweet shops have got you covered.
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