As Georgians continue sheltering in place, this year Easter sees people gathering around the table at home and not over brunch at a local restaurant. But, many restaurants, bakeries, and catering companies around Atlanta still offer takeout and delivery, and are even serving up special Easter menus to-go this Sunday. Make sure to order ice cream and dessert, too.
This guide will continue to be updated until Friday, April 10.
Easter Meals for Takeout and Delivery
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The brewpub is offering Easter family-style brunch. The menu includes French toast, biscuits and white gravy, vegetable quiche, fruit salad, bacon, and sausage and feeds four. $75. Order online by Friday, April 10. Pick up on Saturday between 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Sunday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Easter dinner features glazed ham, fried chicken, green bean casserole, mac and cheese, Parker House rolls, and salad. $40 for two people and $80 for four people. Takeout beer available. Call 404-973-2077 to order.
The Peachtree Corners restaurant will offer Easter dinner for four. Order online by Friday and pick up on Saturday.
The restaurant at Avalon in Alpharetta is offering a family-style meals comprising of a salad, bread, two entrees, like glazed ham or smoked chicken, two sides, and dessert. The meals feed between two to four people, and must be ordered by 2 p.m., Thursday, April 9. Pick up on Saturday between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., or on Sunday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Email Jeff Gates at email@example.com to order.
Order Easter brunch with a mimosa kit at the Alpharetta wine bar. The three-course, prix fixe menu is only $24, with the option to add a mimosa kit for $25. Pick up on Easter Sunday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Call 678-248-5181 to order in advance.
The Crabapple area restaurant is offering an Easter family meal for four that includes spiral-cut ham, smoked cheddar mac and cheese, green beans, and lemon pound cake bundlettes. $150. Order online and pick up Sunday, April 12, between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The Johns Creek restaurant is offering Easter dinner for four to six people. The menu features pork tenderloin, pasta salad, roasted root vegetables, and garlic ciabatta bread. $64. Call or order online.
The restaurant is offering an Easter-themed brunch menu. Check online or call the restaurant for further details.
The restaurant offers two Easter meals this year. Order a smoked, bone-in ham for $84.99 or a smoked, bone-in ham with two side dishes and one dozen buns for $149. Call to order for pick up any time between now and Saturday, April 11. Closed Sunday.
Easter dinner takeout from this Sandy Springs restaurant features salmon, roasted duck, beef tenderloin, and smoked leg of lamb and sides like mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, mac and cheese, and strawberry salad with blue cheese and pecans. Desserts include chocolate mousse, banana pudding, or berry cobbler. Visit the restaurant’s website for more details.
The Easter menu at the Italian restaurant in Sandy Springs includes family-style dishes like meatballs, spinach and cheese ravioli, chicken marsala, and veal piccata. Entrees come with a choice of Caesar or arugula salad. Wine available for takeout, too. Menu online. Call to place order at 404-250-8988.
Easter dinner from the Sandy Springs Italian restaurant includes focaccia bread, salad, seasonal vegetables, fingerling potatoes, dessert, and hot smoked salmon ($65) or braised lamb shank ($75). Call to order by Sunday at 404-709-2148 for pickup.
The Sandy Springs seafood restaurant includes an Easter fish fry with two cod fish filets, 12 jumbo shrimp, six chicken tenders, fries, and Cole slaw. There’s also the catfish fry with two catfish filets, 12 jumbo shrimp, six chicken tenders, cheddar grits, and collard greens. The grill feast comes with two Scottish salmon filets, 12 jumbo shrimp, six scallops, salad, and jasmine rice. The Family Catch features three cod fish filets, 12 jumbo shrimp, six Gulf Oysters, fries, and cole slaw. Call to order.
The family-style Easter menu includes three meal options. The first is a spiral honey glazed ham with mac and cheese and green bean almandine for $150. The there’s the seafood meal featuring grilled salmon filet with roasted red potatoes, grilled asparagus, and a lemon dill aioli for $175. Finally, the leg of lamb comes with whipped potatoes, creamed English peas, and a horseradish mustard sauce for $200. All meals feed four to seven people and include a garden salad, biscuits, and banana pudding. Order by Thursday, April 9 for pick up between 12 p.m. and 3 pm. on Sunday. Call 404-705-8444 to order.
Preorder an Easter steak dinner that includes a 20-ounce beef Wellington and all the sides. The meal serves up to four people for $120. Call 404-969-0701 to order for pick up Saturday, April 11.
For $140, order an Easter meal featuring glazed ham or leg of lamb, fingerling potatoes and green beans or a salad or rolls. The family meal serves up to four. Call 404-969-0700 to order for pick on Saturday, April 11.
Easter dinner serves four and features braised lamb l’arrosto, rigatoni pomodoro, Caesar salad, broccolini, ciabatta bread, and a bottle of wine. $125. Call or order online.
Both the Brookhaven and Dunwoody locations are offering Easter brunch for takeout. The menu includes spring vegetable quiche, one pound of sliced ham, ten buttermilk biscuits, butter and jelly, and a bottle of Champagne with 16 ounces of orange juice or four beers. $59. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the restaurant to order. Brookhaven: 404-464-8971. Dunwoody: 470-395-7904.
The Buckhead restaurant is offering smoked ham and brioche, vegetable quiche, fresh strawberry salad, roasted potatoes, and strawberry tiramisu for Easter. Prices start at $55 for two people. Order online or call 404-467-8950. Pickup between Friday and Sunday.
The Capital Grille is offering a family-style, three-course Easter dinner for takeout, featuring a whole rack of bone-in filet, grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes, and apple crostata. $185. Serves four to six people. Wine and champagne available. Call to order.
The family-style Easter dinner features a choice of spiral ham for $100 or beef tenderloin for $140 with a salad, roasted green beans, and either another side or mini indulgences. Serves up to six people. Wine available for takeout.
The restaurant is offering an Easter prime rib dinner to-go for $75 that feeds two people. The menu features prime rib and a choice of two sides and dessert. Wines available. Place order by Friday, April 10.
Just as it would have done in the dining room on Easter Sunday, Local Three is offering family-style brunch and dinner for curbside pick-up on April 12. Brunch includes everything from cinnamon rolls and banana-pecan bread, to pancakes and bacon and Easter eggs filled with candy paired with mimosas and Bloody Marys. Brunch feeds six for $150. As for dinner, choose from turkey, ham, or brisket, and feast on sides like mac and cheese, a spring salad, and pimento cheese. There’s grasshopper pie for dessert. Meals range between $150 to $175 and feed six people. Call to order. Menu online.
The restaurant is offering brunch and lunch packages for Easter. Brunch is $80 and includes pastries, fresh fruit, eggs, bacon, and Bloody Mary mix for pick up Saturday, April 11, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Lunch features entrees like prime rib, salmon, or pork rack served with family-style sides such as red bliss potatoes and glazed carrots. Prices range from $90 to $130. Pick up Sunday, April 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Order online.
The restaurant is offering a four-course Easter dinner for up to four people. The menu includes seared lamb chops, roasted chicken, and glazed ham steaks, along with a choice of salad, deviled eggs, and bourbon or key lime pie. Order online, email email@example.com, or call 404-760-8873. Pick up on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Buckhead location.
Easter family meals available for curbside pick-up on Sunday, April 12, between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. Meals feature a main dish like whole roast chicken or pork loin, sides, apple pie, and a bottle of red or white wine. Call 404-939-9840 to order by Wednesday, April 8. Family meals $60 to $65 and feed up to six people.
The Buckhead location is offering suckling pig and tapas specials, while Decatur plans to offer brunch tapas special paired with mimosa and Bloody Mary kits. Check Instagram for details and order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Easter menu offers a choice of lamb, chicken, or snapper, along with fried rice, garlic noodles, and the option to add pineapple upsidedown cake. $75-$225. Order online by Saturday for pickup on Sunday.
The newly opened restaurant in Bolton is offering Easter supper for takeout. The menu features either pork loin or mushroom lasagna, broccolini or butternut squash, and strawberry pound cake for dessert. Call to order. Check Instagram for updates.
While the market itself is closed, Star Provisions is offering ten themed Easter baskets in its online store filled with candy, games, activities, and other assorted treats and gifts. There’s even a basket for dogs. Order online for contact-free delivery within five miles of the market. Call 404-365-0410 (ext. 4) after purchase to schedule delivery.
Order a fried chicken dinner that feeds four for $125. The “Easter Picnic Basket “ includes a basket of fried chicken, four biscuits, two bikini sandwiches, three sides, six peanut butter cookies, and two bottles of wine. Call 404-996-2623 or email email@example.com to order for pick up on Saturday or Sunday.
Order Easter family meals from the combined menu of Tuk Tuk, Nan Thai, and Chai Yo. Each meal includes an appetizer, one soup or salad, and two entrees for $80. Pick up on Sunday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Order online.
The Morningside restaurant is offering an Easter family meal for $96 that includes deviled eggs, pimento cheese and crudite, salad, glazed ham, scalloped potatoes, and red velvet cupcakes. The meal feeds up to six people. There’s even an option to order a four wines for additional $60. Order by Friday, April 10 for pick up on Easter Sunday. Click here to preorder and pay in advance.
The Midtown restaurant is offering a Mexican-style Easter brunch that feeds up to six people. The meal includes 12 tacos migas, chopped salad, queso, chips and salsa, and a bottle of Champagne with 16 ounces of orange juice or four beers. $59. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-968-2288 to order
Order Easter dinner comprising of entrees like smoked brisket or French toast casserole, along with salad, biscuits, and dessert. Order by Tuesday, April 7, for pick up on Saturday, April 11. Email email@example.com to order. Pick up locations at South City Kitchen Midtown, Vinings, and Buckhead or at The Original El Taco in Virginia-Highland.
Easter dinner to-go at Empire feeds up to four people and includes a choice of honey baked ham or lamb with mint, five sides, and pound cake for dessert. Menu details are listed on Instagram. Meals are $125. Call in order or order online for pick up this weekend.
The Midtown seafood restaurant is offering a four-course, to-go dinner at $150 this Easter. Think jumbo shrimp cocktail, family-style sides of grilled asparagus and lobster mac and cheese, crab cakes, center cut filets, and key lime pie. Order by Friday, April 10. Call to order and schedule curbside pick-up.
The Midtown restaurant is offering an Easter menu featuring spring pea, butter lettuce, and radish salad, wood-roasted pork roast, scalloped potatoes, braised greens, cornbread, and French lemon cake. $75 for two people. $150 for four people. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order by April 10. Pick up on Sunday, April 12, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Easter brunch serves up to six people and features dishes like breakfast sausage links, fresh-baked pastries, and a half-gallon of fresh orange juice for $59. Easter dinner for $69 includes a salad, fresh baked cookies, and choice of a side, entrée, and dessert. Order by Thursday, April 9.
The Midtown steakhouse is offering an Easter Basket that includes a surf and turf dinner for two people. The menu includes 8-ounce filets and lobster tails, a bottle of Justin Cabernet or Landmark Chardonnay, and a $50 Dinning Card for use during a future visit for $129.
is offering a special take-out menu for Easter Sunday. Featured entrées include a choice of citrus-marinated Atlantic salmon (24 ounces) or whisky maple glazed bone-in ham (7-8 pounds) and four delicious sides including green bean casserole and mashed sweet potatoes. Price is $75, and the meal feeds a family of four. Complement the meal with wine from Murphy’s Wine Shop. Place orders online by Thursday, April 9 for pick up on Saturday, April 11 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. in Murphy’s parking lot. The restaurant will be closed on Easter Sunday. 404-872-0904; murphysatlanta.com.
The downtown Atlanta steakhouse is offering a special dinner for two, featuring a starter, one entree per person, and desserts like key lime pie and cheesecake for Easter. Dinner is $109 and must be ordered by Thursday, April 9. Call to order. There’s also “chef’s kits” for cooking and grilling steaks and chops at home. Details can be found online.
The downtown Atlanta surf and turf restaurant offers an Easter dinner for takeout. The menu includes Atlantic salmon, lump crab cakes, walnut mixed greens salad, vegetables, roasted potatoes, bread, and cheesecake. $95 and serves four people. Place orders by Friday, April 10.
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The newly opened bar on Edgewood Avenue is offering a takeout pop-up of family meals for Easter. The menu features entrees like jerk chicken and beef roast, along with sides like mac and cheese and collards. DM Our Bar on Instagram to order or for further details. Cashless. Curbside pickup on Sunday and Monday.
Easter packages include two pounds of smoked meats, sides, ten cornbread muffins, and ten chocolate chip cookies. $95. Feeds up to five people. Order online. Curbside pickup Saturday and Sunday.
Order brunch and family diners to-go for Easter. For brunch, the menu features a choice of quiches and a mimosa special. The “Build-Your-Own” Easter dinner is $80 and offers dishes like honey glazed ham, deviled eggs, sides like green bean salad and Brussels sprouts, biscuits or rolls, and tiramisu for dessert. Serves four. Order by emailing email@example.com for delivery or pick-up. *Mimosa special for pick-up only.
The SPX Alley restaurant includes two options for family meals for curbside pick up. Feed four people for $75 or six people for $135. Check menu online. Call 321-999-7200 or email Holidays@EatHawkers.com to order. Order by Friday, April 10.
Order Easter dinner for four people. Menu includes pollo asado, Mexi-Cali salad, sofrito rice and black beans, sweet potatoes, rice and beans, and tres leches. $50. Call or order online.
The Cabbagetown restaurant is offering Easter brunch or dinner for delivery on Saturday for $24. Think mushroom asparagus quiche, eggs, and ricotta pancakes with mimosas for two brunch or cornbread casserole, miso lemon ginger carrots and spatchcocked herbed butter Cornish game hen with a bottle of red for dinner. Order online.
Order and Easter family meal that feeds for and get two meats, a quart of mac and cheese, a pint of beans and slaw, bread, pickles, and cookies. Reheat at home. $95. Order by 12 p.m., Thursday, April 9. Call 404-414-0826 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Advance order that Easter cake from the new Decatur gelato and treat shop. The Robin’s Egg gelato cake is filled with lemon cream strawberry gelato and iced with lemon buttercream. Six-inch cakes are $22.50. Eight-inch cakes are $45. To-go pints of gelato can also be purchased on Thursday, April 9, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Order online or call 404-578-2739 by Thursday, April 9. Pick up cake orders on Saturday, April 11, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. ⠀
Kevin Gillespie’s Red Beard Restaurants group is offering an Easter meal for pick up at Revial in Decatur. The menu features a choice of Coca-Cola braised pot roast or cornbread and apple-stuffed pork roast. Both are served with green beans, smoked Gouda potatoes au gratin, Sea Island peas with Carolina Gold rice, fresh yeast milk rolls and Revival’s peach cobbler. $125. Order by Wednesday, April 8 for pick up at Revival Saturday, April 11 between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
A catered Easter brunch from Alon’s includes mains like beef tenderloin and leg of lamb, as well as baskets that feed up to 18 people filled with bagels, pastries, quiches, crab cakes, and fruit. The bakery is also offering chocolate Easter eggs, boxed chocolates, and other assorted chocolate candies. Check out the menu and then order online.
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