Dunwoody Patch Easter Guide
Check out church services, Easter egg hunts and restaurants for brunch
Easter is coming up on Sunday and Patch has a guide to some of the things going on around Dunwoody to observe the holiday.
Where to observe Easter
Check out our directory for a list of churches where you can attend Easter services.
Where to hunt Easter Eggs
The Calvary Assembly of God will be holding an Easter Egg hunt with 10,000 eggs. The event is open to the community. Registration is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday and the event starts afterward.
The families and friends of All Saints Catholic Church are invited to the church’s annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday. The event is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event features Easter crafts, face painting, coffee and donuts for the parents and pictures with the Easter Bunny for the children. Families are asked to bring a camera for photos.
Restaurants still taking reservations
Alright, you're cutting it a little close if you haven't made brunch or lunch reservations for Sunday. More than 12 restaurants are booked, according to OpenTable.com, but there are several places still taking reservations. Brio Tuscan Grille, Carbonara Trattoria, Chequers, Maggiano's Little Italy, and Goldfish have spots available.