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Bistro/wine bar/specialty store Bread & Wine teams up with D.O.C. Wine Bar for six dessert courses with wine pairings, including cherry-pistachio crumble with 2010 Buglioni Valpolicella Veneto and a goat cheese panna cotta with walnut, lamb’s lettuce, and lemon and a 2011 Vietti Moscato D’Asti Piedmont. Reservations required. 2-4 PM, Bread & Wine, 3732 W. Irving Park, 773-866-5266, $25.


Easter brunches

Due Lire (4520 N. Lincoln, 773-275-7878, 11 AM-8 PM) Italian-style four-course prix-fixe, $45.
Davis Street Fishmarket (51 Davis, Evanston, 847-869-3474, 10:30 AM-3 PM) $34.95 for all-you-can-eat seafood, carving station, and breakfast food. $9.95 for kids under 10 and free for kids under 5.
Park Grill (11 N. Michigan, 312-521-7275, 11 AM-4 PM) a la carte menu divided into three sections: cold, sweet, and savory; including green eggs and lamb.
HB Home Bistro (3404 N. Halsted, 773-661-0299, 10 AM-2 PM) a la carte; selections include matzo brei (scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, dill, sour cream, and matzo;) and deep fried brioche french toast with whiskey sauce.
Roka Akor (456 N. Clark, 312-477-7652, 11 AM-3 PM) a la carte brunch with a Japanese twist includes robata grilled pork belly omelet and Japanese red bean and mixed berry pancakes.