No-fuss Easter Brunch In Your InTown Suite

Easter is a great time of year, signifying renewal, rebirth, and the onset of spring and warmer weather. If you find yourself away from home this year, worry not – there are plenty of ways to celebrate and the staff at InTown Suites have a few ideas on how to do just that.

To kick off the weekend, start with this no-fuss Easter brunch in your InTown Suite. Then take a look at these ideas for celebrating Easter at your home away from home.

(1) Hearty omelets.

Omelets are the perfect brunch item not only because they’re delicious (of course), but also because they’re easily customizable to please all palates. Simply throw in your favorite veggies, and voila! Start with a classic like spinach and feta as your base.


  • Eggs
  • ¼ c. milk
  • 2 tbsp. oil
  • Seasonings of preference (salt & pepper, cayenne, cilantro, etc.)
  • 1 c. spinach
  • ¼ c. chopped onion
  • ¼ c. chopped green bell pepper
  • ¼ c.chopped red bell pepper
  • Feta cheese

To prepare:

  • Heat oil in skillet on medium heat.
  • In a bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, and seasonings.
  • In another bowl, combine all chopped veggies and desired amount of feta cheese.
  • Pour roughly ⅓ c. of the egg mixture into the skillet, swirling until the bottom of the pan is covered.
  • Heat eggs until they are mostly cooked.
  • Add roughly ¼ c. of the veggie mixture onto one half of the egg.
  • Fold over half of the omelet, cooking for another minute or 2.
  • Remove from pan, and serve with any additional garnishes, seasonings, or toppings you’d like!

(2) Fresh fruit salad.

Healthy and so versatile, you can whip up a fruit salad to accompany Easter brunch in just a few minutes.

At the grocery store, pick up:

  • 3 tbsp. brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp. lime juice
  • Fruit – pre-chopped or whole, including apples, grapes, plums, blueberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, and whatever else you like.

To prepare:

  • Stir brown sugar and lime juice together in a bowl. Let stand for about 10 minutes, until sugar is completely dissolved.
  • Chop fruit if required.
  • Add fruit to lime juice mixture, tossing to coat.

Pair your fresh fruit salad and your delicious omelets with some coffee and orange juice to drink, as well as this delicious easter treat!

(3) No-bake chocolate haystacks.

An Easter classic, these chocolate haystacks are simple to make and are the perfect sweet to cap off your brunch. (Recipe via

At the store, pick up:

  • 2 c. sugar
  • ½ c. milk
  • ½ c. butter
  • ½ c. cocoa
  • Salt
  • ½ tsp. vanilla
  • 3 c. rolled oats
  • 1 c. flaked coconut
  • Wax paper
  • Bag of mini eggs, mini marshmallows, jelly beans, or any topper you’d like!

To prepare:

  • In a saucepan, combine sugar, milk, butter, cocoa, and a dash of salt.
  • Bring to a boil, and cook for 5 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Remove pan from heat, and mix in vanilla, oats, and coconut.
  • Drop by spoonful onto a tray lined with wax paper.
  • Press down with spoon or thumb to form a little well in the center of each haystack.
  • Drop topper in (mini eggs, marshmallows, etc).
  • Let cool.

From everyone here at InTown Suites: Happy Easter!

Our 7 Favorite Budget Eats in Savannah

Eating well in Savannah doesn’t mean forgoing other aspects of your trip. The city is home to a plethora of restaurants offering fresh, delicious meals at very reasonable prices. Savor everything from classic, go-to meals like pizza, to BBQ, to traditional down-home meals – all on your budget.

Discover our top 7 budget eats in Savannah:

1. Vinnie Van Go-Go’s

We can’t have a ‘best of’ list that doesn’t include pizza, and not only is pizza a crowd pleaser every time, but it’s also a great option for budget-conscious travelers. In Savannah, Vinnie Van Go-Go’s in City Market is the go-to pizza joint for fresh, hearty pizza.

2. Mrs. Wilkes’ Dining Room.

From fresh fried chicken, cornbread, and sweet potato souffle, to biscuits, okra gumbo, and other fine southern delights, Mrs. Wilkes’ Dining Room is a must-see (or, taste). Dine here and you’re sure to make some new friends, as you break bread and enjoy the special pleasure of a meal shared with neighbors and strangers at one of the large dining tables.

3. Sweet Spice.

For a taste of the Caribbean, head to Sweet Spice! Enjoy beef ribs, oxtails, plantains, rice, peas, and other palate-pleasing dishes in true Jamaican style.

4. StingRay’s Seafood.

A casual eatery with a laid-back vibe, StingRay’s offers indoor and outdoor seating in addition to a mouthwatering menu chock-full of fresh, local catches. Indulge in a seafood feast, complete with snow crab, mussels, a soft shell crab sandwich, buffalo shrimp, and much more. Enjoy one of their famous margaritas and kick back as you listen to local live music!

5. Maté Factor.

A quaint cafe and bakery, Maté Factor is the perfect place to grab a cup of joe and a treat to start your day, or swing through for lunch and enjoy a range of salads, sandwiches, soups, and more. Bring a book for some people watching, or simply enjoy the sights (and smells!) of this beautiful coffeehouse.

6. Fire Street Food.

Located in the Historic District, Fire Street Food is known for being fresh, fast, and of course, affordable. Taking influence from Thai, to Japanese, to Vietnamese, and American style cuisine, you’re sure to find something to please your palate.

7. Sweet Potatoes.

Loved for their fresh, down-home cooking, Sweet Potatoes serves comfort food just like your grandmother made. From BBQ chicken, to meatloaf, fried catfish, dilled lima beans, sweet potato salad, corn pudding, and more, you’ll enjoy ample selection of mouthwatering mains and sides.

After you’ve filled up on local goodness, you’ll soon be able to enjoy a budget-friendly stay in our newly renovated extended stay property in Savannah.

The renovations will include many upgrades to guest rooms, common areas and the exterior. This is the start of a refresh of the entire Intown brand.

For more ideas on what to do and where to eat in Savannah, check out the Area Guide tab.