Lobster Tail Frittata, and Other Orlando Easter Brunch Meals

See this? It's twin, shelled, baby, butter-poached lobster tails nestled onto a delicate egg frittata, which itself is atop crispy hash browns. A pitcher of truffle Hollandaise sauce stands on the side. This exceptionally delicious dish is one of the Orlando Easter brunch meals on offer at Capital Grille for the holiday on Sunday, April 16.

 Capital Grille's lobster frittata

Capital Grille's lobster frittata

Even my lousy photography skills, combined with Capital Grille's low lighting, can't destroy the beauty of this brunch item. It's one of five special entrees on offer at Capital Grille this Easter, together with an appetizer of your choice, for $49. Children's meals are $15. Other photos from Capital Grille's Easter menu will dot the listings below of Orlando Easter meal offerings. If you want in on this meal, reserve your table here.

More Special Orlando Easter Brunch Meals

Emeril's Tchoup Chop will serve Easter brunch from noon to 3pm, and dinner with Easter offerings 3:30pm-9pm. A la carte mall plates including steamed pork dumplings, and large ones like Hawaiian-stuffed French toast (14-$36), sound mighty tempting. Reservations.

 Capital Grille's bone-in dry-aged New York strip with fried egg, Lyonnaise potatoes and red jus

Capital Grille's bone-in dry-aged New York strip with fried egg, Lyonnaise potatoes and red jus

Rocco's Italian Grille gives Easter an Italian bent with special items including lobster-stuffed ravioli, lamp chops with a pistachio crust, and veal chop with wild mushrooms, prosciutto and cheese, all priced a la carte ($25-$39). Seatings from noon to 7pm. Reservations.

 A mushroom bisque starter at Capital Grille. The soup is delicious, but I find it funny that the server kept emphasizing that the appetizer is made with white button mushrooms -- the commonest of all.

A mushroom bisque starter at Capital Grille. The soup is delicious, but I find it funny that the server kept emphasizing that the appetizer is made with white button mushrooms -- the commonest of all.

Highball & Harvest brings New Southern cuisine to the Ritz-Carlton, Grande Lakes. For Easter, that means an indulgent buffet. Among the food stations: omelets, carved meats, raw seafood, and a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar. Noon to 3pm. $115/$50 for children 12 and under. Reservations

 Mimosas and bellinis can begin your Capital Grille Easter brunch for $12 a pop.

Mimosas and bellinis can begin your Capital Grille Easter brunch for $12 a pop.

Luke's Kitchen and Wine Bar brings fine American fare to Maitland, and on Easter that means ... well, the menu hasn't been posted, but based on my two meals at this new restaurant I'd bet your Easter brunch there will be special. 11am-3pm. Reservations.

 The shrimp are exceptionally flavorful, the grits creamy with cheddar cheese, at Capital Grill.

The shrimp are exceptionally flavorful, the grits creamy with cheddar cheese, at Capital Grill.

Chef's Table at the Edgewater will pamper guests with three-course brunches this Easter in Winter Garden. The three entrees -- served family style, like the rest -- are smoked ham Monte with raspberry chutney, lump blue crab cake with Meyer lemon Hollandaise, and chicken and Benton's bacon-scented waffles. $39.90/person plus $3 mimosas and bloody Marys. Reservations.

 Smoked salmon with sourdough toast points, capers and Visalia onion is an appetizer option on Capital Grille's Easter brunch menu. We polished it off; it was wonderful.

Smoked salmon with sourdough toast points, capers and Visalia onion is an appetizer option on Capital Grille's Easter brunch menu. We polished it off; it was wonderful.

Paddlefish will celebrate the holiday at Disney Springs with an Easter special: Dover sole roulades stuffed with crab and the Portuguese sausage chourico, served with fiddlehead ferns and a mango beurre blanc sauce. Dessert will be opera cake -- layered chocolate and espresso cakes with a milk chocolate ganache. $52. The regular menu will also be available.