5 Tips to Host a Festive + Simple Easter Brunch at Home

Easter 2020 is looking to be a memorable one, to say the least!

As it’s looking like we will likely be celebrating at home this year, due to the COVID-19 quarantine, I’ve been thinking about ways to make Easter as special as possible… and that starts with a festive Easter brunch!

Here are my tips for a festive, but simple Easter brunch at home:

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Where to Brunch in Columbus: nada

A few of you may have noticed I’ve been on a brunch kick lately and this past weekend, Nic and I went out to one of our favorite spots in Columbus, nada!We have visited several times for lunch and dinner since they opened a few years ago in the Arena District but this was the first brunch experience there that we’ve had! I honestly didn’t plan on doing a full blog post about our

Where to Brunch: VASO Rooftop Lounge

Looking to brunch somewhere delicious, chic, and not in the Short North? Dublin’s Vaso Rooftop Lounge just added weekend brunch to their menu and it’s DIVINE. I went a couple of weekends ago with a couple of my BFF’s and we couldn’t get enough of their Spanish-inspired menu.

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Life Lately: May

Hi May, I love you. That is all. 🙂

^ Tried on this pretty plaid button up at the new(ish) Vineyard Vines at Easton Town Center. Y’all should stop in if you haven’t already. A bit of prep in Columbus.

^ Perusing through Clintonville’s Wholly Craft store – so many locally made finds at this gem!

^ The lil’ baby birds grew up in my front tree.

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Eats + Drinks

Another edition of Eats + Drinks! I love snapping iPhone pics of delicious food + drinks around Columbus and sharing them with you – why keep a good thing all to myself? 

^ The food at Happy Hour at Sidebar 122 is outstanding! Great prices and delicious bites. I dined here with the ladies of Kasual Life when we were planning our Columbus Blogsgiving event.