Bunny Day is this Sunday, and though the only rabbits you’ll likely be eating are chocolate ones, there are plenty of choices among local restaurants for your Easter feasting.

At Sundy House (106 S Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, 561/272-5678) there will be seatings every half-hour from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The $75 prix fixe brunch will feature a stomach-boggling array of goodies from omelet, carving and salad stations, along with a selection of cheeses, smoked salmon and fish, side dishes and desserts like banana bread pudding and brownie s’mores.

Also in Delray, Prime (110 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/865-5845) is dishing an extensive Easter buffet brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Priced at $39.95 for adults and $15 for kiddies, it will feature made-to-order omelets, french toast and waffles, poached salmon, crabcakes, prime rib carved to order, pastas, a sushi station and a show-stopping Belgian chocolate fountain.

Take advantage of Mark Militello’s expertise with 75 Main’s (270 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/243-7975) Easter a la carte menu, offered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the downtown Delray eatery. Why eat the same ol’, same ol’ when you can dig into malted walnut waffle with butter-roasted pears and buttermilk fried chicken or challah french toast with berries and vanilla cream?

Easter with a tropical touch is the deal at Burt Rapoport’s waterfront Deck 84 (840 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/665-8484), where beginning at 11 a.m. you can feast on an a la carte menu of dishes ranging from a smoked salmon-goat cheese-chive scramble to chef Jon Greening’s “24 Hour” brioche french toast. And don’t forget the DIY Bloody Mary bar from noon to 3 p.m.

If you’re more in the mood for dinner, III Forks (4645 PGA Blvd., 561/630-3660) in Palm Beach Gardens will serve up three courses for $44.95 for adults and $15.95 for kids. First course choices include two salads and a soup, entrees include chateaubriand and garlic-oregano lamb chops, and among the desserts will be Texas pecan cake and the always-popular “Chocolate Lovers.”