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Restaurant news: Skip cooking and enjoy an Easter special at a Fort Wayne restaurant

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Eateries are planning brunches and buffets.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014 12:01 am
Easter Sunday is April 20. If you don't feel like cooking, here are some options:•Don Hall's Triangle Park, 3010 Trier Road, is taking reservations for Easter. The eatery will serve a special dinner featuring Ossian ham, au gratin potatoes, vegetable and salad for $12.49 adults, $10.49 seniors and $4.99 children. Triangle Park will serve brunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m., and a full menu will be available as well. Phone: 482-4342.

•Hotel Fort Wayne (formerly the Marriott), 305 E. Washington Center Road, is hosting an Easter Buffet 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. April 20 in the Marquis Ballroom. There will be a chef's carving station with beef and ham; salmon and chilled shrimp; tilapia, chicken, pasta, potatoes and vegetables; salads, fruits and cheeses; an omelet station; and a dessert table. Live music and an appearance by the Easter Bunny will be part of the fun. Cost: $35 adults; $25 seniors; $10 ages 5-12; free children 4 and younger, tax and gratuity not included. For reservations call 484-0411, Ext. 310.

•Lighted Gardens, 10794 Indiana 1, Ossian, will serve an Easter Brunch Buffet 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. April 20. The buffet will include soups, salads, fresh fruit, breads, rolls and muffins; traditional breakfast entrees such as sausage gravy and biscuits; pecan sticky buns, hot vegetables, potatoes and pasta, fried chicken, lamb, ham; and a dessert buffet including some sugar-free desserts. Cost: $17.95 adults; $16.95 ages 60 and older; $6.95 ages 4-10; and free under age 4. Reservations are suggested. Call 622-4023. Website: www.lightedgardens.com.Last week when the news broke that Scotty's Brewhouse was moving in where Buckets Sports Pub and Grub is I couldn't say what would happen to Buckets because their employees hadn't yet been told. Buckets won't relocate, said general manager Adam Hallett. He said owner Kevin Music hasn't announced a closing date yet, but he expects it could be as soon as this weekend. It depends on how much stock they have left (they aren't ordering anything) and how much staff they have left, as employees leave for new jobs. Scotty's likely will open in September after extensive remodeling.To celebrate its remodeling the downtown McDonald's at 515 W. Jefferson Blvd. is offering specials this week:

•Today and Thursday: Buy one get one Iced Mocha, Hot Mocha, Flavored Latte, Smoothie or Frappe.

•Wednesday: Buy one get one Big Mac or Quarter Pounder with Cheese.

•Friday: Two for $4 Big Mac.

•Saturday: $1.99 Happy Meal.

•Sunday: Buy one get one Sausage McMuffin with Egg or Egg McMuffin.Ben's Soft Pretzels has opened in Jefferson Pointe, 4130 W. Jefferson Blvd., between Barnes & Noble and Soma Intimates.

Ben's sells jumbo soft pretzels with an array of dipping sauces, including marinara, Amish sweet mustard, vanilla icing and caramel. See more at www.benspretzels.com.Due to heavy snowfall, a portion of the Glenbrook Square roof collapsed in February, temporarily closing TGI Friday's. The restaurant posted this message on its Facebook page March 18: “Construction on the roof is set to begin in April and be finished in May. After the roof is complete, we'll take over and reconstruct the inside of our restaurant. Looking to reopen sometime June-July. We appreciate you all sticking around with us and we can't wait to get back to serving you all the Friday's style!”

Something happening at your eatery? Call Cindy Larson at 461-8284, fax 461-8817, email clarson@news-sentinel.com or write Restaurant Notes, C/O The News-Sentinel, PO Box 102, Fort Wayne, IN 46801. This column is the personal opinion of the writer and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinion of The News-Sentinel. To read other columns, go to www.news-sentinel.com/section/food.


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