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These Houston Restaurants Are Offering Easter Sunday Eats To-Go [UPDATED]

Ouisie's lamb chops will make your Easter quite special.EXPAND
Ouisie's lamb chops will make your Easter quite special.
Photo by Frances Foreman

Easter, which falls on Sunday, April 12, is sure to look a little different this year. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a special meal with your loved ones. Local restaurants are offering everything from family-style brunch kits complete with Easter egg decorating kits to fancy four-course meals for curbside pickup, plus some adorable holiday sweets.

Here’s where to get Easter Eats To-Go in Houston:

Alice Blue, 250 West 19th, 713-864-2050
Get an Easter Sunday Family Meal (serves four) for $150++, available by pre-order only and with pick up available on Easter Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Features include dinner rolls with whipped butter and sea salt, market salad with sherry dressing, spring pea and beans, roasted marble potatoes, rack of lamb or roasted beef tenderloin, and angel food cake and apple crostata. Call 713-864-2050 now through Thursday to reserve.

Arnaldo Richards’ Picos, 3601 Kirby, 832-831-9940 
Inspired by classic dishes, Picos Easter meal comes with a salad and sides crafted by chef Arnaldo Richards and wine pairings from beverage director,Monica Richards. Menu highlights include Honey Glazed Spiral Ham, Roasted Prime Rib, Coq Au Vin, Classic Fish Meuniere, Greek Style Dinner and Paella; and servings range from two to five people starting at $64. Orders must be placed by 9 a.m. on Friday, April 10.

Backstreet Cafe, 1103 South Shepherd, 713-521-2239
Backstreet is offering Easter Meals for Two, including a shareable salad, a shareable entree, choice of two shareable sides and one dessert. Entrées range from smoked and roasted leg of lamb to salmon with chimichurri, and children’s add-ons are available. Pre-order by Thursday, April 9 for pick-up Saturday, April 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Backyard Grill, 9453 Jones
Creekwood Grill, 14710 Telge

Both The Backyard Grill and Creekwood Grill are offering Easter Dinners for pick up between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday. The $45 meal feeds four-six people and includes two pounds of sliced turkey and/or ham, potatoes au gratin, green beans almondine, garden salad and fresh kolache rolls. Add-ons are available as well, from pecan smoked carving breast to Texas cornbread dressing.

Bistro Provence, 13616 Memorial, 713-827-8008
The West Houston French bistro is offering a very special three-course, multiple choice Easter feast for four, with seasonal French treats to pick up and bring home. The menu offers a choice of appetizers such as salmon terrine, cold avocado and cucumber soup or a Caesar salad. Main dishes (served family-style with side dishes) include tuna and goat cheese quiche lorraine, coq au vin, or beef stew with olives; and desserts include a lemon meringue tart and a gateau au chocolat. Cost is $145 plus tax. Orders must be placed by 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 8. Curbside pickup will from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.

Brasserie du Parc, 1440 Lamar, 832-879-2802
Chef Philippe Verpiand has created an Easter To-Go package from, designed to feed six people for $165 and offered along with a la carte options as well. The menu includes white mushroom and leek soup; beef Bourguignon with rigatoni pasta gratin and parmesan and vanilla bourbon pecan pie. Orders for Easter To-Go must be placed and purchased by Wednesday, April 8 and can be picked up Easter day or when scheduled.

Brennan’s of Houston, 3300 Smith, 713-522-9711
Celebrate Easter with Brennan’s at-home Easter Package for Two menu, available by pre-order only. Menu includes choice of two starters and two entrées, three sides (bacon Brussels sprouts, goat cheese grits and toasted jazzmen rice), bread and butter, Bananas Foster Bread Pudding for two, and a special Easter lagniappe for $100 (no substitutions, no special orders). Place orders by no later than Friday, April 10, at 5 p.m. for pickup on Sunday, April 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Brenner’s on the Bayou, 1 Birdsall, 713-868-4444
Dig into an Easter Prime Rib Dinner for four for $99, which includes a starter House Mixed Green Salad of Caesar Salad; three pounds of roasted Prime Rib with Au-Jus and Creamy Horseradish; and choice of sides between Green Beans, Caramelized Brussel Sprouts, Mashed Potatoes, and Smoked Macaroni and Cheese. Must order by Friday, April 10 for April 11 or 12 for curbside pick-up.

Broken Barrel, 1950 Hughes Landing, (281-719-8542
Broken Barrel is offering an Easter Dinner for Four for $65, available for curbside pickup or delivery (over $50 within a five-mile radius) on Easter. Enjoy Nutella stuffed french toast, pulled pork hash, vegetable frittata and cheddar mac with duck confit. All wines are also 50-percent off, and paella for four or add-ons like carrot cake muffins and scones are also available. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.

The Burger Joint, 2703 Montrose, 2002 North Shepherd
On Easter Sunday, both locations of The Burger Joint will be giving away Easter Eggs to online, call-in and pick-up order customers (no third party apps). Eggs will contain candy along with an extra surprise for some lucky customers including free shake coupons and $10-$50 gift cards.

The Butcher Shop at B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington, 713-862-1814
The Butcher Shop has teamed up with executive chef Robert Del Grande of The Annie Café & Bar and Turner’s to make Easter lunch or dinner easy with ready to roast or pre-cooked entrees, sides and desserts. Call The Butcher Shop at 862-767-4828 or email eat@bbbutchers.com to place your order by Saturday, April 11 at 4 p.m. A 24-hour notice is required, and all orders can be picked up as early as Friday, April 10.

Cadillac Bar, multiple locations
Cadillac Bar is offering special authentic Mexican family meals for your Easter Dinner. For $19.99 per person, each meal includes appetizers of Pork Tamales and Bacon Jalapeno Deviled Eggs, entrees of Baked Ham, Seafood Enchiladas, and Carnitas Quesadillas, sides of Scalloped Potatoes, Steamed Broccoli and Carrots, and Dinner Rolls, followed by Sopapillas and candy for dessert. Cadillac Bar is also offering 10-percent off all to-go orders, half-priced bottles of beer and wine to-go with a valid ID, and Margarita Party Packs for $37. All orders must be placed by Friday, April 10 and pick-up will be after 8 a.m. on Easter Sunday, April 12.

Cafe 2840 at Dukessa, 2840 Chimney Rock, 713-299-7821
Pre-order a family-style Easter feast for four or order a la carte this Easter (place by noon on Friday). Some homecooked holiday favorites include glazed ham, crusted prime rib, BBQ smoked salmon with shareables like green chile mac and cheese, cauliflower au gratin, caramelized onion mashed potatoes.

The Capital Grille, 5365 Westheimer, 713-623-4600
The steakhouse has created a family-style Easter menu (serves four to six, $185) featuring its exclusive whole rack of bone-in filet, available for pre-order (availability is limited). Reserve your curbside pick-up starting Friday, April 10 between noon to 8 p.m. The new takeout menu will be available as well.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill, multiple locations
Enjoy an Easter Family Meal that serves four for $49.99, available from Friday, April 10 – Monday, April 13. Options include Chicken Picatta or Mahi Wulfe served with Fresh Bread with Herbs and Oil, Family-Style Caesar Salad, Family-Style Penne Pomodoro, Family-Style Sautéed Broccoli and two Sogno di Chocolate “Chocolate Dream” Desserts. Add four New Zealand Lamb Chops for $19.99.

Because every "bunny" could use a cupcake right about now...EXPAND
Because every "bunny" could use a cupcake right about now...
Photo by Ailee Petrovic

CRAVE, multiple locations
CRAVE believes that every "bunny" could use a cupcake right about now, and it has spring and Easter-inspired cupcakes available now through Easter. Get carrot cupcakes with sweet cream cheese frosting topped with carrot shaped fondant; spring confetti cupcakes made with a vanilla cake spiked with pastel sprinkles, rimmed in more sprinkles and sugar grass then topped with fondant pastel chicks, bunnies or eggs; lemon coconut cupcakes made with a lemon zest cake with coconut cream cheese frosting topped with a candy coated chocolate egg; and treats like sugar cookies topped with bunny or chick handcrafted toppers. All items are available for take-out, curbside delivery and local delivery (on advanced orders) as well as national shipping. Customers can place orders online or call the store at 713-622-7283. CRAVE's new store hours are Mon-Sat 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Uptown Park and Kirby); Mon-Sat 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (The Woodlands).

CRU Market Street, 9595 Six Pines, 281-465-9463
Order Easter Brunch a la carte or go for the three courses prix fixe menu for $24, and tack on a Mimosa Kit for $25 (makes eight mimosas). Orders are limited and pickup is Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, 5061 Westheimer, 713-355-2600
Easter pre-orders can be placed at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse by Thursday, April 9. The eatery will offer a choice of one appetizer, salad, main course, side and dessert including Sous Vide Bacon, Classic Caesar Salad, Prime Rib with Au Jus and Horseradish Cream, Chateau Potatoes and Strawberry Cheesecake for $60 per person (two person minimum). Additionally, all wines under $400 are now 50-percent off.

Del Frisco’s Grille, 1900 Hughes Landing, 281-465-0300
Easter pre-orders can be placed at Del Frisco's Grille by Thursday, April 9. Guests can enjoy a choice of one appetizer, salad, main course and side including the Smoked Salmon Platter, the Del Frisco's Grille Salad, Glazed Ham and Mac & Cheese for $60 per person (two person minimum), including a complimentary order of deviled eggs. Additionally, all wines under $400 are now 50-percent off.

Doris Metropolitan, 2815 South Shepherd, 713-485-0466
Doris Metropolitan is featuring its Steaks and Cakes for Easter, with 20-percent off of all of pastry chef Michal Michaeli’s specialty cakes, along with its freshly cut meats from its Butcher Shop. All wines 50-percent off, too.

Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, 2800 Kirby, 713-874-1800; 12848 Queensbury, 832-200-2380
Enjoy an Easter family style menu for $185, including tenderloin, multiple sides, shrimp cocktail and Eddie V’s famous bananas foster.

Etoile Cuisine et Bar, 1101-11 Uptown Park, 832-668-5808
Etoile Cuisine et Bar will offer an Easter To-Go package from chef Philippe Verpiand. Designed to feed six, the menu includes deviled eggs (two per person), roasted leg of lamb with rosemary au jus and Yukon gold potato gratin, plus a vanilla cheese cake with fresh strawberries. The cost is $255. When ordering, ask about a la carte options as well. In addition to the food, Etoile offers two paired wines for an additional cost: Plantey, Pauillac, Bordeaux for $45 and Nicolas Feuillate, Champagne for $45. Orders for Easter To-Go must be placed and purchased by Wednesday, April 8 and can be picked up Easter day or when scheduled.

Eugene's Gulf Coast Cuisine, 1985 Welch, 713-807-8883
Enjoy family-style "take & bake" meals for Easter Sunday, featuring the restaurant's most popular Gulf Coast classics: Chicken and Sausage Gumbo, Blackened Catfish Enchiladas, Crawfish Enchiladas, Crawfish Etouffee and more. Orders will be available in two sizes, servings of 12-15 or 6-8, and come with heating instructions. Order by Friday, April 9 at 3 p.m. and the orders will be ready for pick-up on Saturday, April 10 between 2 and 4 p.m.

Federal American Grill, 510 Shepherd, 713-863-7777, 832-910-7777 
Chef Matt Brice has created a Family 4-Pack for $75, with Mixed Green Salad, choice of Honey Baked Ham Dinner, Short Ribs, Salmon, Janice’s Meatloaf or Truffle Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken, and sides including Mashed Potatoes and Mixed Veggies with Crispy Brussel Sprouts. Complete the menu with a Baked Chocolate Chip Cookie for four and a bottle of wine. All orders must be placed 24 hours in advance

Frank's Americana Revival, 3736 Westheimer, 713-572-8600
In addition to its curbside carryout menu, the River Oaks eatery will be featuring a Prime Rib Roast special with Loaded Baked Potato, Grilled Asparagus and Horseradish Cream Jus. All menu items are available as individual plates or as "family" style portions. Call 713-572-8600 to order. Frank's will be open from noon to 8:30 p.m.

Fogo de Chão, multiple locations
The Brazilian steakhouse will offer an Easter Menu — available as part of Fogo To-Go for curbside pickup and delivery — with fresh, expertly-butchered meat by the pound and everything needed to prepare a Brazilian inspired Easter dinner for four right. Guests can choose 20 to 64 ounces (four servings) of one of Fogo’s signature premium proteins, including Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Lamb Chops, Picanha or Atlantic Salmon. Every Easter Dinner Bundle also includes Brazilian Potato Salad, Steamed Asparagus, a choice of Mixed Greens or Caesar Salad, and Pao de Queijo (cheese bread). Guests can complete their meal by adding one of Fogo’s signature desserts ($14) or a bottle of Tribute Wine ($25). Fogo will also offer individual meals, available for curbside pickup and delivery, with choice of protein, potato salad, asparagus, mixed greens or Caesar salad, and three pieces of Pao de Queijo. All Easter Dinner offerings from Fogo de Chão must be ordered and picked up by 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 11. In addition, for a limited time only Fogo de Chão is offering free delivery on all Fogo To-Go orders of $50 or more.

Goode Company, 5109 Kirby, 8911 Katy
Goode Company is offering an Easter meal with orange and Texas honey-glazed pit-smoked ham, twice-baked potato casserole, roasted Brussel sprouts, fresh baked dinner rolls, and more ($135, serves 4-6). The restaurant group is also partnering with local bakery, Crave Cupcakes, to offer a half dozen spring confetti cupcakes for an added sweet treat (additional $22). Additional add-ons include Brazos Bottom pecan pie ($22), mini crawfish cakes ($25), easter deviled egg kit ($12), cantina pancake mix ($15), morning migas kit ($36), and more. Must pre-order by Thursday, April 9 at 5 p.m. to be picked up at the Goode Company BBQ Kirby and Memorial locations on Saturday or Sunday.

Grotto, multiple locations .
Enjoy a three-course Easter Meal for two for $45. Guests can choose from signature selections such as Caesar Salad, Grotto Salad, Chicken Parmesan, 6 oz. Filet Mignon, Pollo Arosoto, Mezzanotte, Dark Chocolate Cake and Cheese Cake.

Hearsay on the Green, 1515 Dallas, 832-377-3362
Hearsay on the Strand, 2410 Strand, 409-765-5604

The Discovery Green and Galveston locations are offering to-go items including a four-course Easter meal for the holiday ($120). Dine on deviled eggs, cheese and charcuterie, sides from bacon brussels sprouts to au gratin potatoes, carrot cake, and entrée choices including honey glazed ham, herb-crusted lamb roast and garlic-caper-butter salmon

Hugo’s, 1600 Westheimer, 713-524-7744
Easter Meals for Two include a shareable salad, shareable entree, choice of two shareable sides and one dessert, with options from lamb leg barbacoa to achiote-rubbed seabass (children’s add-ons are also available). Pre-order by Thursday, April 9 for pick-up Saturday, April 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hungry’s,14714 Memorial, 281-493-1520; 2356 Rice, 713-523-8652
Hungry’s has released some new specials ahead of Easter, including Chicken & Waffles for Four for $30 and mimosa kits and. Served with freshly squeezed raspberry, strawberry, and orange juices, guests can choose from the carafe for two for $15 or for four for $45. Offer available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Jonathan’s The Rub The Original, 9061 Gaylord, 713-465-8200; Memorial Green, 12505 Memorial, 713-808-9291
Chef/owner Jonathan Levine has created a feast for Easter Sunday, available for phone or online ordering by noon Friday, April 10. The menu offers four courses with multiple choices for each. Start with appetizers by choosing two items from a list of eight, including lobster tacos ($15 extra), crab cakes ($15 extra), gumbo or meatballs marinara. Follow that with a house salad, a Greek salad or a Caesar, then move into the main course, with choices including baked ham, roasted bone-in pork, lamb chops, pot roast and chicken and waffles. Finally, choose a slice of Nutella cheesecake, chocolate cake, snickers pie or coconut cream pie (desserts are an additional $8 per slice).

La Madeleine, multiple locations
The French bakery and cafe is offering Easter meal bundles, available for ordering online or via the la Madeleine app. Enjoy Brunch with homemade quiche, fresh fruit salad & a selection of freshly-baked viennoiserie ($29.99); a Spring Picnic with chicken salad, butter croissants, pasta salad, fruit salad and iced Easter cookies ($39.99); or a Family-Style Dinner with chicken la Madeleine with mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, Caesar salad and a freshly-baked baguette ($42.99).

Landry's Seafood House, multiple locations
Landry's Seafood House will offer guests family-style meals to-go, with signature dishes including Fried Shrimp with French Fries, Grilled Salmon, Top Sirloin, Blackened Mahi Mahi and Parmesan Encrusted Chicken; and enhancements including Calamari and Soup Du Jour for an additional cost. All orders must be placed by Friday, April 10.

Maggiano’s Little Italy, multiple locations
Maggiano’s is now offering a cold-prepped Easter bundle ($120 at all participating locations) for guests to heat fresh in the oven, available for pickup April 10-12. The menu for four-six includes Mini Meatballs in Marinara Sauce, Caesar Salad, Mom’s Lasagna, Four Cheese Ravioli, Chicken Piccata, Spaghetti Aglio Olio, Garlic Broccoli, Tiramisu and Ciabatta Rolls. Call or order online.

Mastro's Houston, 1650 West Loop South, 713-993-2500 
Mastro's Houston will offer guests decadent dishes including Spicy Caesar Mambo Salad, Rack of Lamb, Signature Lobster Mashed Potatoes, Truffle Butter Wild Mushrooms, the option to build-your-own Chilled Iced Seafood Tower, and top it all off with Mastro’s famous Warm Butter Cake. All orders must be placed by Friday, April 10.

McCormick & Schmick’s, multiple locations
The restaurant will offer Easter Dinner to-go at all of its Houston-area locations, allowing guests to choose from a variety of delectable menu items including Atlantic Salmon, Lump Crab Cakes, Walnut Mixed Greens Salad, Chef’s Seasonal Vegetables, Roasted Potatoes and savory Cheesecake. Served with housemade bread, the Easter Dinner serves approximately four people for $95, plus tax ($23.75 for each additional person). Each McCormick & Schmick’s location is also offering half-priced bottles of beer and wine to-go with a valid ID. All orders must be placed by Friday, April 10.

Monkey’s Tail, 5802 Fulton, 713-842-7188
Monkey’s is featuring its family packages for Easter, including Wing Boxes ($34), Burger Boxes ($30 for four burgers and two fries), Pizza Boxes (one large two-topping pizza for $12) and Taco Boxes ($24 with choice of two meats, tortillas, beans and salsa). Call for curbside pick-up or delivery.

Morton's The Steakhouse, multiple locations
This Easter, Morton’s will offer the choice of one starter, entree, accompaniment and dessert for each guest including signature dishes such as Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, 6-ounce Center-Cut Filet Mignon, Cold Water Lobster Tail, Key Lime Pie and New York Style Cheesecake. Select wines are also available to take home at 50-percent off list price. Additionally, Morton's will continue to provide guests the option to purchase its "Chef's Table" home kits including Morton's specialties ready for guests to pick-up, grill and cook in their home kitchen. These kits include an Easter package for two or four, prepared sauces and butters and bottled water. Morton's signature seasoning and housemade au jus will accompany all steak and chops. All Easter orders must be placed by Thursday, April 9.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room, 5061 Westheimer, 832-487-8862
The seafood house is offering a four-course Easter to-go dinner for four for $150. Guests can enjoy signature items such as chilled jumbo shrimp cocktail; family-style sides of grilled asparagus, lobster mac and cheese and mashed potatoes; as well as an Easter duet of four 6-ounce center-cut filet mignon paired with four crab cakes smothered in garlic butter and with creamy mustard mayonnaise. Finish the holiday celebration enjoying key lime pie for dessert. Additionally, families can cook the Oceanaire Easter menu in their own home. The restaurant will provide instructions from start to finish. For those who prefer to pick up the meal hot and fully prepared, schedule your curbside take-out by Friday, April 10. Visit the website for more info and to get 10-percent off to go orders, and steak and seafood kits to-go.

The Original Ninfa’s, 2704 Navigation, 713-228-1175; 1700 Post Oak, 346-335-2404
Both Original Ninfa’s locations will be selling breakfast tacos on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2p.m.($3/each, and the options are Potato, Egg & Cheese; Bacon, Egg & Cheese, and Chorizo, Egg & Cheese). Add Ninfarita Kits with Ninfarita mix, tequila, limes and salt; and check out the Lamb Shank Barbacoa special served with two delicious lamb shanks, roasted vegetables potatoes, and tortillas for $60 (serves two).

Orleans Seafood Kitchen, 20940 Katy, 281-646-0700
The Katy seafood kitchen will be open for delivery and curbside pick-up on Easter from noon to 9 p.m. As it does every Sunday for its "Family Day", Orleans will offer 20-percent off on all curbside pick-ups. Delivery is also available through Speedy Food, DoorDash and ChowNow.

Ouisie’s Table,3939 San Felipe, 713-528-2264
Ouisie’s will reopen its kitchens for Easter Day, offering four Easter feast packages for pick up or delivery. Order a four-course lunch or dinner with a choices such as crab cakes, red snapper, short ribs, vegetable paella and tres leches for $40 per person. Go for the three-course $25 meal with selections including crab cakes or Caesar salad, mains including shrimp and grits, meatloaf, crab bibb salad or the vegetable paella, and desserts from tres leches to chocolate cake and lemon ice box cake. Package three is a children’s menu for $12, offering chicken tenders or pasta with grilled chicken; and the last is a bottle of Prosecco for $20 or a bottle of champagne for $49. Order online or call 713-528-2264. All orders must be submitted and paid for by Saturday, April 11.

Paulie’s, 1834 Westheimer, 713-807-7271
Paulie’s has Easter-themed cookies that are made to order and available in-store daily for $3.75 each. They can be purchased in-store while supplies last or can be ordered online at pauliesrestaurant.com. Online orders require two business days notice.

Peli Peli, 5085 Westheimer, 110 Vintage Park. 23501 Cinco Ranch, 1201 Lake Woodlands
Enjoy a $50 family meal pack, featuring four boxed meals and sticky toffee pudding treats, available for takeout and delivery (within seven miles of any Peli Peli location) April 8-12 from noon to 8pm. Use code "Easter" at checkout.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, multiple locations
Perry’s will feature a three-course menu for $39 per person which includes salads, entrées with sides and desserts from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Choose from entrees like Perry’s Signature Sunday Supper featuring its famous seven-finger high pork chop with whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce or Grilled Salmon with lemon dill butter and cauliflower mousse. Kids choices are also available and wines and mixology to-go are 50-percent off. Pre-order online for curbside pick-up.

Phat Eatery, 23119 Colonial, 832-913-6382
Celebrate Easter weekend Malaysian style with Phat Eatery’s Friday through Sunday special: three 24-hour braised curry rendang beef short ribs, belacan sambal-stir fried green beans, potatoes, steamed jasmine rice and bottle of wine (Prosecco, Cabernet or Chardonnay) for $75. Dishes can be ordered cold or hot ready to go.

The Pit Room, 1201 Richmond, 281-888-1929 
The Pit Room offers family bulk orders perfect for celebrating Easter at home. Get meat by the pound, including brisket, pulled pork, pork ribs, chicken and sausage. All meat orders will include bbq sauce, sliced bread, pickles, onions and jalapeños, and you can tack on sides from charro beans and coleslaw to green beans potato salad by the quart and gallon. The bbq spot also started offering Tex-Mex to-go from sibling establishment Candente.

Postino Wine Café Heights, 642 Yale, 346-223-1111
Enjoy a limited-time “Back Patio Pack” brunch featuring Spinach & Artichoke Quiche, Panzanella Caprese Salad and six Giant Cinnamon Rolls for $50 (serves 4-6). In addition, guests can pick-up special D.I.Y Grapefruit-Cardamom Mimosa Kits that serve four for $25 and single bottles of wine for $15. Available for Saturday and Easter morning.

Rainbow Lodge, 2011 Ella, 713-861-8666
Order Easter eats including big leafy salads, crab cakes with Creole mustard butter sauce, smoked duck gumbo, roasted bon-in beef prime rib with Bearnaise and horseradish cream, lobster and English pea risotto and whole desserts from croissant bread pudding with whiskey sauce to lemon ice box pie.

The Rustic, 1836 Polk, 832-321-7799
Now through Wednesday, April 8, guests can pre-order The Rustic’s Easter Meal Kits to share at home Order a Ready to Cook Meal (available for pickup April 10-12) or a Ready to Eat meal ( available for pickup on Easter Sunday). Both options include a choice of entrée: Game Hens, served with ancho lime butter; Pork Tenderloin, served with chipotle pecan sauce; and Prime Rib, served with horseradish sauce, plus a house or green salad and sides including potato salad, steamed green beans and jalapeño spoon bread. The Rustic’s Easter Meal Kit will feed two to three people for $49.95 with choices of Game Hens or Pork Tenderloin. Guests can upgrade to Prime Rib for $64.95. If you have a fuller house, order the larger portion, which feeds four to six for $79.95 with Game Hens or Pork Tenderloin, or $99.95 for Prime Rib. For an additional $10, guests can add a Deviled Eggs Kit for an appetizer or a carrot cake for dessert. Guests can call 832-321-7799 or visit Prekindle.com to place an order.

Saint Arnold, 2000 Lyons
Pre-order your Saint Arnold cook-at-home or ready-to-eat Easter Dinner packs by Friday at noon. The cook-at-home pack includes four protein choices, with options from ribeye with homemade ancho steak butter and Orange Show brined whole chicken to bone-in root beer-brined pork chop, plus two sides, a pan of pretzel chocolate chip bread pudding and your choice of two six-packs ($75). The ready-to-eat package features al pastor pork and tortillas for four, with elotes, black beans and rice, pineapple pico, housemade chips and Santo queso, a pan of pretzel chocolate chip bread pudding and two six-packs ($75).

Saltgrass Steak House, multiple locations
Saltgrass is offering an “Easter at Home” menu featuring family meals that serve parties of five to six. Groups can select one entrée, salad and two sides including favorites such as their BBQ Ribs & Grilled Chicken, Sirloin and Grilled Shrimp, Macaroni & Cheese and Mashed Potatoes; and tack on the Two Fork Cheesecake – either by the slice or the whole dessert. Easter meals must be placed by Friday, April 10 at 3 p.m. and are available for pick-up on Sunday, April 12 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The San Luis Resort, 5222 Seawall, 409-744-1500 
The Galveston resort is now accepting pre-orders for a family-style Easter feast for ten ($435). You’ll pick up homecooked holiday favorites curbside, including Spring Baby Romaine Salad, Whole Lavender Glazed Ham, Steamed Asparagus, Candied Baby Carrots, French Green Bean Succotash, Butter Whipped Mashed Yukon Potatoes, Sweet Corn Bacon Risotto, Ciabatta Bread, White Chocolate Bread Pudding and an Easter basket filled with eggs. Mimosas and Bloody Mary To-Go Kits are also available for purchase. All orders must be placed by Wednesday, April 8.

Seasons 52, multiple locations
Seasons 52 is providing a family-style Easter dinner To Go featuring either Glazed Spiral Ham ($100) or Wood-Grilled Beef Tenderloin ($140), salad, roasted green beans, choice of an additional side and Mini Indulgences. Each dinner serves four to six and will be chilled and ready for guests to warm at home.

State Fare Kitchen & Bar, 947 Gessner, 832-831-0950
Get Easter Sunday Brunch Kits available for pick up Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 9-12) between 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The at-home brunch cooking kits feed six to eight people and are available by pre-order only (order by Wednesday, April 8). Cost is $83.20 (after 832 Houston area code) and includes a Deviled Egg Kit to make a dozen deviled eggs, Easter Egg Dye Kit & Children’s Activity Book, two dozen eggs, eight ready-to-cook biscuts, jar of State Fare strawberry jam, two pounds of applewood smoked bacon, two pounds of housemade breakfast sausage, two pounds of butter, a four-pound honey baked ham and Southern style Breakfast Potato Kit. Customers can also add some extras for an additional charge, including a Pancake Kit ($7.13), Mimosa Gallon ($15) and Bloody Mary Kit ($30).

Steak 48, 4444 Westheimer, 713-322-7448
The steakhouse has designed a special Easter menu for $85 per person, featuring a selection from its appetizers, salads, entrees, sides and a dessert. Indulge in your favorites like the Crispy Shrimp, Chopped Salad, New York Strip, Shetland Island Salmon, Loaded Whipped Potatoes and its famous Ultimate Warm Vanilla Caramel Cake. Orders can be placed online with pickup starting at noon.

Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchens, 6401 Woodway, 713-334-7295; 1140 Eldridge, 832-230-3842
Both locations of Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen are offering to-go Easter feasts, with two packages large enough for four people. Try the Easter Parrillada Package ($79.95), featuring a variety of sizzling, fire-grilled meats, four enchiladas, guacamole, rice, beans, corn or flour tortillas, tres leches cake and chips with salsa. Or go for the Enchilada Extravaganza ($55), with eight enchiladas with a choice of filling, rice, beans, and chips with salsa and chile con queso. All orders must be placed and paid for by noon, Saturday, April 11.

Texas Roadhouse, multiple locations
The steakhouse will be offering an Easter meal as well as party packs and ready-to-grill steaks on Sunday through Thursday from noon to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday noon to 9 p.m.

The Toasted Yolk, multiple locations
The Toasted Yolk is offering a family-style Easter Brunch for curbside pick-up or delivery through UberEats. Customers will have the option to select their choice of egg style and protein (bacon, sausage patties, turkey sausage or chicken sausage links), along with a choice of a pancakes or french toast for four people. Each order will come with a hashbrown casserole and donuts. The brunch special will be available from Friday, April 10 through Sunday, April 12 for $39.99.

Start your three-course Easter feast off with shiitake edamame dumplings or Peking-style duck gyoza.
Start your three-course Easter feast off with shiitake edamame dumplings or Peking-style duck gyoza.
Photo by Kirsten Gilliam

Traveler’s Table, 520 Westheimer, 832-409-5785
Enjoy a three-course tasting menu from Traveler’s Table for $50/person, with choice of two small plates, two entrées and two desserts (add a bottle of wine for $15 more. Options include shiitake edamame dumplings or Peking-style duck gyoza, North African leg of lamb or Prime ribeye with truffle butter, and New Orleans bourbon bread pudding or mango lassi panna cotta. Use “Order Online” tab on its website to pre-order. Vegan options are available upon request at 832-409-5785 or info@travelerstable.com.

Verandah Progressive Indian Restaurant, 3300 Kirby, 281-501-0258, 832-886-4291
Chef Sunil Srivastava is providing two, three-course options, each made to feed two people. Option one begins with the restaurant’s signature Crispy Cauliflower followed by the main course, Nargisi Kofta (lotus root dumpling in onion tomato sauce) with mint pulao and garlic naan, the bread. It ends with a choice of desserts, Gulab Jamun, the traditional milk-based sweets soaked in rose syrup, or Naan-Spiced Chocolate Mousse. The cost for the dinner for two is $40, plus tax and gratuity. The section option for a meal for two begins with Masala Poached Eggs with tomato jam followed by Nargisi Kofta Curry (Indian style scotch eggs in curry) with mint pulao and garlic. The dessert option is also Naan-Spiced Chocolate Mousse or Gulab Jamun. The dinner for two is $50 plus tax and gratuity. Deadline for ordering is 7 p.m. Friday, April 10.

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Vic & Anthony’s, 1510 Texas, 713-228-1111
Enjoy a four-course Easter Meal for two for $99. Guests can choose from signature selections such as Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, Maple Glazed, Quail, 8 oz. filet, Akaushi Skirt Steak, Gulf Red Snapper, Mac & Cheese, Creamed Spinach and much more. Must order by Friday, April 10 for April 11 or 12 curbside pick-up.

Weights + Measures, 2808 Caroline, 713-654-1970
Order an Easter Family Package (serves two-six) for $45, featuring a whole wood oven roasted chicken, parmesan mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, brussels sprouts with pancetta, rosemary gravy and jalapeño cheddar loaf. The entire wine list is also 30-percent off. Orders must be placed by Saturday.

Willie G’s Seafood, 1640 W Loop South, 713-840-7190
Enjoy an Easter Menu Package for $35 per person. The restaurant provides a wide variety of menu options including its signature favorites: Chicken & Sausage Gumbo, Deviled Eggs, Crab Cakes, Crawfish Etoufee with Biscuits, Salmon Filet with Lemon Caper Buerre Blanc, and Braised Shortrib and Carrot Cake. Must order by Friday, April 10 for April 11 or 12 curbside pick-up.

We will be updating this list leading up to Easter Sunday. Restaurants can send holiday details to dish@houstonpress.com.

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