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Hop on over to these Easter and Passover activities in the Loop

Posted  15 months ago  in  Trending, Holidays, Passover, Easter

2 MIN READ – Spring in Chicago means Easter and Passover celebrations are on the horizon. Don your bonnet and join the eggstravaganza in the Chicago Loop, with fun and family friendly activities.

Brunch it Up 

Head on over to Ocean Prime for some Easter Sunday brunch on April 9. Their bunch menu starts up at 11am, and you can also enjoy their dinner menu starting at 3pm. After your stomach is full and happy, take a stroll by the Chicago River which is right next door! Make your Easter day reservations here. Happy brunching! 


Hit up Goddess and the Baker for Passover sweets like a Passover gift box including chocolate decadence cake, matzo toffee bark, and matzo s'mores cookie. For Easter, enjoy an Easter cookie tray and other colorful treats such as confetti cookies and coconut nests. Learn more


The Loop is home to the city’s official Theatre District—the centerpiece to a vibrant, robust performing arts community, and there’s nothing like gathering family and friends for a rave performance of Broadway In Chicago’s productions of The Book of Mormon or A Soldier's Play. See other theatre performances here


If you're looking to attend Passover services, see the Chicago Loop Synagogue's calendar here. The Synagogue is an architectural marvel and the largest synagogue in the downtown Chicago area. For Easter services, check out the First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple. Holy Week services included Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday services at the Chicago Temple. Learn more.

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