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Hunting for Baguio Easter Celebrations?

The search is over!

I’ve got all the eggs in a basket so to speak for commemorating the Easter occasion in the City of Pines. (…and when I say commemorate, I’m referring to ‘parties’ where you’ve got a sumptuous feast a.k.a. buffet to partake in. After all, this IS a food blog ^^,)

1.) Hill Station at Casa Vallejo

Hill Station Easter Sunday lunch buffet invite

Your invitation to an Easter celebration at Hill Station … (“,)

What’s for lunch?

Hill Station Easter Sunday lunch buffet menu

The details. Sooooo, what are we having? =)  Eeeii, so excited about the pastel Easter cake!

2.) Le Chef at The Manor

They’ve got their regular breakfast buffet going for Easter Sunday so if you want to start the feasting and the gorging early, Le Chef is the place to go. =b

The Manor Easter decor

One of the little bunnies at The Manor lobby =D

They also have a lunch buffet offering that costs P1200 for adults and P550 for kids. I didn’t get a copy/a photo of what they will be serving then but it’s a long list of good eats. \m/ They also have an Easter egg hunting activity for the kids (most likely separate from the Easter lunch buffet so that means, there’s a different fee for that. *hihi).

3.) Citylight Hotel

Citylight Hotel Easter lunch buffet special

A special Easter lunch buffet from Citylight.  442 8080/0915 926 6720/citylighthotel@yahoo.com

You can also take your pick from the various restaurants in Baguio that have offerings for Sunday lunch buffets like Mario’s, Te Quiero, BCC, etc.  I’m sure, they have something special planned for Easter, too.

So that’s your Easter celebration with family and friends – covered.

Once again, a blessed and reflective Holy Week for us all. (“,)

UPDATE 03-30-2013: Baguio Country Club Easter egg hunt

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3 responses to “Hunting for Baguio Easter Celebrations?”

  1. XiNE says :

    Hello, Nicole Garcia! Thanksies! So where are you celebrating Easter Sunday? Have a good one! Happy Easter (a few hours in advance). (“,)

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