This year, I've decided to make it easy on myself. No cooking, no cleaning. Just reservations for my family for Easter. It's coming up quickly on Sunday, April 12.

But where to go? I need to find something to please everyone from my 4 and 6-year-old children to my (can't mention their age) parents.

Here are some of the possibilities we're considering:

Cameron's American Bistro

Cameron's American Bistro

Cameron's American Bistro in Worthington - a small, quaint restaurant that's part of the Cameron Mitchell Restaurant line. They're offering a brunch buffet to include French toast, shrimp cocktail and leg of lamb. Plenty of fruit and dessert for the kids, too. Sounds pretty good and they're open 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., so we could get in early.

Another of Cameron's restaurants, Mitchell's Ocean Club , located at Easton Town Center , has added some special items just for Easter in addition to their regular menu: blueberry stuffed French toast, crab benedict (low-cal, no doubt) and short rib hash. Hmmm . . . maybe lunch, then walk it off with some shopping?

A classic, long-time favorite in Columbus, The Bexley Monk , will host a brunch buffet with stations for Belgian waffles and roast beef, plus a pastry display - that means it's OK to take more than one, right?

It'd also be fun to take the group - we'll probably have 12 - to the Short North Arts District . I noticed Surly Girl Saloon has an Easter lunch special: $8 for a grilled ham and cheese with tomato soup and rosemary deviled eggs. The kids would eat that (and maybe my dad, too). For the rest of us, in addition to the regular menu, the featured brunch item is Western breakfast pizza with eggs, ham, peppers, onions and cheddar cheese. And they're serving chocolate Easter basket cupcakes all day. How cute!

Of course, these are just a few of many great places that have Easter specials and brunches. I still haven't made a decision, but I sure am hungry now.

What are your plans? Do you have other ideas to toss in the hopper?