Saturday, April 7, 2012
There are plenty of places to eat excellent holiday meals in the area this year.
Easter is a favorite holiday for many people, and not just because it is considered one of the holiest days on the Christian calendar. The arrival of Easter coincides with the beginning of spring, and it gives people a reason to dress in colorful outfits and enjoy a hearty meal while in the company of friends and loved ones. And, of course, it means egg hunts and chocolate bunnies for the kids. This year, there are many places serving excellent Easter meals in the Largo area, so we decided to highlight a few of our favorites. If you know of any we missed, please let us know in the comments below. Spoto’s Grill 131 Balla’s Steak House Farmer’s Kitchen Sikorski’s Deli And if you're looking for a good egg hunt, check out other fun Easter …
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
With upcoming holidays, you may be planning a family feast. Enjoy a family meal with deals on beef rib roast, salmon fillets, turkey breast, spiral sliced ham and leg of lamb.
With holidays, like Passover and Easter in mind, Frugal Family searched for food deals to help you with family holiday meals. Since meat is often the star of the meal, we've found deals on beef rib roast, salmon fillets, turkey breast, spiral sliced ham and leg of lamb. Winn Dixie Deal: EZ Carve Beef rib roast for $5.99 per pound. Good through: April 26, 2011 Albertson's Deal: Salmon Fillets for $5.00 per pound. Remember to save money off the total bill by using Albertson's flyer coupon for $5 off $50. Good through: April 23, 2011 Target Deal: Market Pantry frozen turkey breast is only $0.99. Limit two per customer. Good through: April 23, 2011 Walmart Deal: Spiral sliced half ham is only $1.67 per pound. Good through: April 23, 2011 …
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Children hopped through the dark with flashlights on the hunt for eggs.
Hunting for eggs on Easter Sunday is tradition that kids look forward to every year. The members of Play! Largo have put an intriguing twist on the traditional hunt by putting it in the dark and having children explore with flashlights. On Saturday April 9, children under 12 and their parents were encouraged to come out and enjoy the flashlight based egg hunt and other activities, such as music, games and food. The individual egg hunts were split up into different age groups, so even the younger children could have fun in the dark with other young kids. No matter how children did in the search for the eggs, everyone got a prize and had the opportunity for a little bit of early Easter fun.
Enjoy Easter brunch at these restaurants: Cafe Largo, Farmer's Kitchen Market, E&E Stakeout Grill, Caretta on the Bluff and Columbia Restaurant.
Easter will be on Sunday, April 24, 2011. Many families celebrate by attending church and then enjoying a nice Easter brunch. Patch discovered some of the best places to go for Easter Brunch both in and around Largo. Enjoy Easter brunch at these restaurants: Cafe Largo, Farmer's Kitchen Market, E&E Stakeout Grill, Caretta on the Bluff and Columbia Restaurant. Most of the restaurants require reservations, so make your plans soon.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Frugal Family finds the best deals for everything you'll need to make the kids' Easter baskets, including unique baskets, grass filler, fillable eggs and Easter candy. Top it off with a plush animal or LEGO toy.
Frugal Family searches for the best deals in town to save you time and money. This week, we're on a hunt - for everything you'll need to personalize your kids' Easter baskets. You could buy a ready-made basket, but it's so much fun to create your own. It can be costly when you add up all the necessities: basket, grass, candy, chocolate, eggs and gifts. Don't worry. We found the best deals to make kids' baskets for less money. Find great sales on baskets, grass, fillable eggs, chocolate rabbits, Peeps and gifts, like plush animals and Legos. Michael's Deal: All baskets are 40 percent off. Good through: April 16, 2011 Dollar Tree Deal: Important "inside" stuff, like plastic grass (or paper shreds) and an 18-pack of fillable, plastic eggs are…