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Dolce Atlanta Peachtree offers Easter brunch

Dolce Atlanta Peachtree, a once private facility known for its food prepared by an array of award winning chefs, has been open to the public for more than two years and continues to provide a unique dining option south of Atlanta. This team of chefs, led by Executive Chef Len Elias, has a much deserved reputation for culinary excellence. It is expected that the growing number of fans will flock to 201 Restaurant, located at Dolce Atlanta Peachtree inPeachtree City to enjoy the impressive display of made from scratch options to celebrate this Easter holiday.

The Easter Brunch at Dolce’s 201 Restaurant, served as an expansive buffet, will offer items such as hand carved honey glazed ham, roast herb turkey with cornbread sage dressing, slow roaster horseradish crusted beef sirloin, deviled crab cakes, classic Eggs Benedict with sauce bearnaise, sour dough cinnamon pecan french toast, custom omelets, malted waffles and pancakes and a dessert station featuring their now famous Bananas Foster station. These are only a sampling of the many options that will be available to the guests at Dolce this Easter.

The Easter Bunny will join this celebration and 201 Restaurant is now accepting reservations. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 770-487-3064.


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