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Restaurants with Easter promotions


The Italian chain is offering a Good Friday package and two Easter packages for pickup or delivery. On Friday, April 10, order the signature rolls, choice of salad, choice of Shrimp Rossini or Shrimp Scampi and traditional cannoli for your group ($40 for four, $100 for 10).

The first Easter package ($40 for four, $100 for 10) comes with rolls, Insalata or Caesar salad, a choice between various pizzas and cannoli. The second package swaps out pizza for entrées like spaghetti and meatballs, chicken piccata and fettuccine, and rigatoni, broccoli and chicken.

Boston Market

Boston Market has various options for Easter dinner. Choose between Heat and Serve meals or a la carte options for pickup or delivery (orders must be placed by April 8), featuring turkey or ham, and sides like mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, sweet corn and cornbread. Heat and Serve meals are priced at $69.99, $84.99 and $119.99, or choose from various turkey meals for home delivery (ham is sold out). Plus, right now get $10 off Easter orders of $100 or more with code EASTER2020.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Preorder a family-style Easter meal to-go. Choose between three main options: Dixie Ribs and Shrimper’s Net Catch ($45), Dixie Ribs and Mama Blue’s Southern Charmed Fried Shrimp ($40), Mama’s Southern Fried Chicken and Shrimp ($40), or build your own dinner ($50) with a starter, choice of entrée and choice of side. Each meal comes with two complimentary kid’s meals, a sharable Caesar salad or a chocolate chip cookie sundae.

The Capital Grille

Order an Easter dinner for four to six people ($185) or two people ($95), featuring a whole rack of bone-in filet. The main course comes with a salad and French rolls, grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes and a freshly-baked apple crostata for dessert! New takeout items will be available as well, including butcher steaks, roasts and sides. Reserve for curbside pickup on April 10 between 12 and 8 p.m.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill

Available April 10-13, order an Easter family meal for four for just $49.99. Choose between a Chicken Picatta or Mahi Wulfe entrée that comes with fresh bread, a Caesar salad, penne pomodoro, sautéed broccoli and two Sogno di Cioccolata desserts. You can also add four New Zeleand lamb chops for $19.99.

Carvel Ice Cream

Choose from one of Carvel’s festive Easter ice cream cakes, including bunny cakes and Easter egg cakes serving from one to 12 people.


Cracker Barrel

Bring home a hassle-free Easter feast with Heat N’ Serve Meals To-Go available for pickup or free delivery. Choose from the new Ham Supper (serves four to six for $59.99) that comes with spiral-sliced ham, sweet yeast rolls and your choice of two sides, or the Easter Family Meal ($124.99 for 10 servings) that includes ham, a hashbrown casserole, choice of three sides (each serves up to 10), rolls and two buttermilk pies. And right now get $15 off the Easter Family Meal with code EASTER15.

Eddie V’s

Let the seafood restaurant take care of Easter dinner with a four-course meal for two ($110) or four to six people ($185) available for delivery or curbside pickup. The meals include an Herb-Roasted Tenderloin with starters and sides like truffle macaroni and cheese and a chilled gulf shrimp cocktail, finished off with their signature Bananas Foster Butter Cake. There are also many add-ons and even wine and champagne available where permitted.

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Celebrate Easter with a family-style brunch spread from Einstein Bros. Bagels. Order the new Nova Lox Add-On Kit (serves four for $19.99), with cold-smoked Nova Lox salmon, red onion, tomato, lemon and capers, to pair with the Hot & Ready Brunch Box (serves up to eight people for $29.99) that comes with bagels, shmear, egg sandwiches, muffins and hash browns, or the Take & Make Bagel Deli Kit (serves six for $29.99), with bagels, turkey, ham and other sandwich makings. The kits are available for takeout by calling your local store or ordering on the company’s mobile app.


Order a three-course Easter meal for curbside pickup with your choice on entrée (including options like filet mignon, lobster tails or sea bass), a salad, two sides and dessert. Menus start at $120 for four and $180 for six people. See the full menu.

Fresh Market

Order a ready-to-heat Easter meal ($69.99 for 8 to 10 people) that includes sliced honey ham, scalloped cheddar potatoes, green beans, pineapple, dinner rolls and a white layer cake. Meals will be available for pickup from April 10 to 12. The market also has a la carte holiday options available like beef tenderloin, lobster tails, deviled eggs, various pies and much more.


Honey Baked Ham Co.

Let’s not forget Honey Baked Ham! The company is offering Easter dishes available for delivery through Uber Eats and Door Dash, along with curbside pickup. Choose ham, turkey, beef or pork for your main, along with sides like green bean casserole and loaded smashed potatoes, and desserts.

Joe’s Crab Shack

Order a pre-fixe family-style Easter meal to go for $25 per person plus tax (two person minimum). The meals come with a choice of crispy calamari or chicken bites to start, a house or Caesar salad, your choice of crab entrée and a dark chocolate cake dessert.

Metro Diner

Enjoy an Easter feast for four ($36) or six people ($54) that includes baked ham or roasted turkey, salads, sides, biscuits and chocolate chip cookies. Call and preorder the classic Easter meal, available hot or cold (with reheating instructions), through April 11 for curbside pickup.


This year, Morton’s is offering an Easter dinner for two ($109) featuring a choice of starter, a filet mignon and lobster tail entrée, choice of side and dessert. Select wines are also available to take home at 50% off where applicable. Call to preorder.

Romano’s Macaroni Grill

Preorder before April 12 for an Italian-style Easter dinner available for pickup or delivery. The three-course meal features favorites like Italian Meatloaf and Florentine Chicken Penne, and serves four to five people.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Indulge in an Easter meal for four to six people, featuring roasted beef tenderloin (starting at $180) or roasted prime rib (starting at $240), along with your choice of salad, two of Ruth’s signature sides and a homemade dessert. Call your local Ruth’s by April 10 to order the meals for carryout or pickup only.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse

Enjoy a three-course, family-style Easter meal ready to warm up and serve at home. Choose an entree like a rack of lamb or prime rib, two sides and one dessert, with kid’s options and add-ons available. The $175 meal is available for preorder before April 11 at 8 p.m and serves four to five people

This list was created by  Sara Skirboll, Shopping & Trends Expert at RetailMeNot


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