Easter Brunch in Dubrovnik

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When the hipsters came up with a word “brunch”, it made people in Southern Croatia laugh. The locals have been using for ages a less fancy term “marenda” denoting a quick bite usually in the later morning and just before the important lunchtime. Late morning usually refers to 11 a.m. or maybe even later, and it has been creating a buzz for ages before the word brunch even existed.
For those of you who have lived in a cave all this time, the snobbish word brunch is a contraction of the breakfast and lunch and it usually occurs, you guessed right, at 11 a.m.

This time Dubrovnik Tourist Board decided to stepped their game up and organize gastronomic manifestation titled simply as “Easter Brunch” for all international visitors as well as local residents who will be in the city from the 15th to 17th of April.

Restaurants participating in the program and offering brunch include Domino, Gusta me, Kopun, Lajk, Mimoza, Orsan, Porat, Tavulin, Taj mahal (in the Old City), and Taj mahal (Hotel Lero), and their menus will include the traditional Dubrovnik Easter Cake pinca, traditionally hand painted eggs, ham baked in bread, green onions, fresh fruit, and a variety of other holiday dishes.

Enjoy the spring delicacies of Easter Brunch!


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