... if you're looking for some easter treats beyond the Kinder Eggs and Purdy's ... tho i sometimes have to eat that choc too ; ) ... we just went over to Charlies on Canada Way next to Boundary - kind of tricky to get in there right now off the "freeway" what with the boundary exit all deconstructed (but Grandview exit from the EAST works)
i phoned ahead and pre-ordered from the existing stock so it was all ready to go when i got there - bought many beautiful small bunnies (etc) --- the packaging is not really very stylish but one can amend or unwrap for centerpiece so be prepared for that extra detail.
ps - there was a discussion somewhere about an almond brittle type candy dipped in chocolate ... Almond Butter Crunch - and Charlie's use to make a really good version of it and i would think they still make it - didn't look this time.
very cute traditional shapes - plus bunnies in cars, on motorbikes, etc etc --- choc is all glossy (as we like our choc), dark/light flavours, decent chocolate, decent prices.
i was reminded of the GIANT bunny that we have bought in past years - amazing --- he is huge - looks like the one that Kinnikinnick posted a link for - re: easter brunch topic - Yew at the Four Seasons http://www.yewrestaurant.com/menus/ea...
Easter is a special time for our multi-mixed Vancouver family in terms of food (and other details) - i hope you enjoy your preparations / events too.