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Brunch is more an event than a meal

Families embrace buffet for ease and togetherness, and restaurants are happy to help

Richard Bedell of Broadalbin helps his son Ryan, 6, fill his plate at Sunday brunch at Angelo’s Tavolo Restaurant at Glen Sanders in Scotia on Palm Sunday.
Richard Bedell of Broadalbin helps his son Ryan, 6, fill his plate at Sunday brunch at Angelo’s Tavolo Restaurant at Glen Sanders in Scotia on Palm Sunday.
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Kids are happy enough with colored eggs on Easter Sunday. Some adults hold out for more — like French toast, waffles, home fries, omelettes and bowls of fresh fruit. Easter brunches are popular and profitable operations at several local restaurants. “We try to make the holidays more of an experience,” said Matt Barton, executive chef at the Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs. “On top of just a buffet setup, we’ll bring in the Easter ...


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