With Washington’s stay-at-home order in place until May 4, Easter celebrations — like Passover — will be more scaled back this year. But for those who still want to have a Sunday feast, there are many restaurants in Seattle offering special holiday meals for takeout or delivery. Here are a few places to check out, featuring ham, cinnamon roll monkey bread, chocolate bunnies, and more.
The venerable Downtown steak destination has a fully-prepared, oven-ready Easter dinner menu that includes kurobuta ham, chateaubriand, prime rib with horseradish and au jus, and rack of lamb with merlot demi glaze or king salmon. Call 206-624-3287 to order up until noon on Saturday.
This Ballard restaurant is rolling out some of its well-known brunch items for Easter, including cinnamon roll monkey bread with cream cheese frosting and wraps with nduja queso, scrambled eggs, and rotisserie chicken, and huckleberry coffee cake. Curbside pickup is available.
All three locations of the venerable French bakery (in Burien, West Seattle, and Capitol Hill) offer several Easter sweets for no contact pickup, including hot cross buns, brioche rolls, spring cakes, and Easter bunnies in white, dark, and milk chocolates. Some of the more eye-catching items include artistically-decorated chocolate eggs, which could be used almost as centerpieces as well as dessert. Custom orders are available, but must be made by Thursday.
This upscale bar and grill in Ballard is taking preorders for family meal packs up until Friday for takeout, with limited delivery service, too. The regular meal (which feeds 3-4 at $125) includes prime rib with horseradish sauce, mashed potatoes, and asparagus with lemon vinaigrette and pine nut gremolata. The “deluxe” combo ($175) includes Dungeness crab clusters, roasted beet and goat cheese Salad, and bread pudding.
SeaTac, Washington’s modern farm-to-table restaurant at the Cedarbrook Lodge is serving up a multi course menu of Easter classics at $44 per person (and some a la carte options for kids). Among the dishes are brown sugar-glazed ham, honey-roasted carrots, scalloped potatoes, and brioche bread pudding, with a wine list featuring $13 bottles to add-on. Free delivery is available within a 15 minute radius.
The longtime Lower Queen Anne French bistro favorite has options for a “heat-at-home” price fixe Easter brunch at $36 per person (with buttermilk biscuits, twice-baked shrimp and chive souffles, and chocolate cream puffs), and a la carte items (including Canadian pork pie and cornmeal custard cake). There are also mimosa kits for takeout with cremant and orange juice.