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Your Best Takeout Easter Meal Options in Dallas

North Texas restaurants won't leave you hanging for the holidays.

Now more than ever, we realize how important it is to celebrate our favorite holidays and traditions. While Easter may look a little different this year, all of our favorite Dallas restaurants are going above and beyond to ensure it’s still special—just from the comfort of home.  

Al Biernat’s
Prime rib, chateaubriand, honey glazed ham, and herb-roasted chicken are available, paired with sides such as roasted brussels sprouts, garlic smashed potatoes, and macaroni and cheese. Sparkling water, tea by the gallon, and cocktails are also offered, along with a kid’s menu. Full menu details and order form here.

Aunt Cissy’s Kitchen and Catering
Newcomer Aunt Cissy’s is offering a customizable Easter meal featuring honey baked ham or roast beef with your choice of sides and dessert. Take home kits to prepare food yourself will also be available, seasoning included. Full menu available online or call 469-594-7355

Blue Mesa
Easter brunch ($60) includes migas, smoked brisket hash, cinnamon French toast casserole, a taco bar, chicken enchiladas, and four sides. Add-ons include a $15 mimosa kit. Full details here 

Capital Grille
Whole rack of bone-in filet, grilled asparagus and mashed potatoes, with an apple crostata for $185. Dinner serves four to six people. Capital’s full takeout menu remains available. Prices a la carte, 214-303-0500. 

Central Market 
Available for preorder and curbside pickup, choose from their Easter Brunch ($60) or from their dinner option ($80). Certain a la carte items will also be available. Order online.

Cheddars Scratch Kitchen 
Family bundles are available at less than $20 featuring Cheddar’s signature honey butter croissants, scratch-made family-size portions of entrees and side dishes. Beer and wine are also available for order. For full menu and ordering details, check out their website or call, 972-235-5595 (Greenville).  

Crú Food and Wine Bar 
While CRÚ’s regular menu is still available a la carte, their three courses grand prix fixe brunch is available for $24. And because no brunch is complete without mimosas, you can also order their mimosa kit for $25. Prices a la carte214-526-9463 (West Village)

Dillas Quesadillas 
For $99, Dillas is offering their house-smoked nine-pound brisket for Easter. A la carte items will also be available for purchase. For full menu and prices check online 

Eddie V’s 
Starting at $185, Eddie V’s has a four-course family style dinner to go. Serving four to six people, the menu includes an herb-roasted tenderloin, truffle macaroni and cheese, grilled asparagus, and bananas foster butter cake. Wine, champagne, and mimosas are available too. Menu online or 214-890-1500 (Oak Lawn)

Foxtrot Market
Move over CVS Easter basket, Foxtrot has stepped the game up with a box filled with artisan chocolates ($25) or an Adult Easter basket that bears candy, chocolates, and a bottle of wine ($50). Order online.

Georgie
Stephan Courseau’s Knox-Henderson latest has a special Easter menu at $80 for two, with $15 kids add-on. 469-466-8263

Holy Grail Pub
Easter Brunch, Easter Dinner and Good Friday Dinner packages are available, starting at $20. Full list of items and prices are available online or call 972-377-6633 to order.

Homewood
In addition to ricotta gnocchi ($25) and its four-course family meals, the Oak Lawn restaurant’s Easter offerings include leg of lamb and smoked pork coppa. Reserve yours by Friday; they’re selling out quickly. They’ve also got cookie decorating kits for the kiddos. Call 214-434-1244 or email [email protected]

Il Bracco
Whole roasted chicken, caesar salad, roasted heirloom carrots, and focaccia bread. Lots of add-ons to choose from the a la carte menu, including wine and cocktails. Preoder by April 10. [email protected]

Jaxon Texas Kitchen and Beer Garden
Smoked ham (two whole pounds), dinner rolls, brisket deviled eggs, and more. Dessert is banana pudding. Get it all for $100 (feeds fours), and add a mimosa kit for $40 or a bloody Mary kit for $45. 214-838-1422

Kate Weiser 
Hand-painted bourbons, candy bars, and other seasonal treats are sure to be the highlight of your Easter basket this year. Included on her seasonal menu are bunnies, multiple sized eggs, special bourbons, and chocolate carrots. For full details and order form, go online.

Kenny’s Smoke House 
Keeping all families covered for the Easter holiday, Kenny’s is offering an Easter Family Meal Pack for $90 which includes a honey glazed ham, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, creamed corn, salad, dinner rolls, and chocolate cream pie. For additional details and prices check online 

Kona Grill
Surf and turf Easter basket for two: choose from crab crunch roll, spicy tuna rolls, shrimp tempura roll as your surf; filet or ribeye as your turf. Plus green beans, potatoes, two carrot cake slices, and a bottle of wine. Order online by April 12 at 5 p.m.

Lamberti’s Ristorante and Wine Bar 
Featuring ham, a rack of lamb, or bone-in ribeye roast, Lamberti’s is offering a full Easter spread including your choice of side dishes and dessert options. For prices and full menu visit the website or call at 972-506-3000. 

Lochland’s Food and Spirits
The folks behind The Dubliner and Capitol Pub (RIP) opened Lochland’s earlier this year, and they’ve got a couple of Easter-worthy suppers: family-style shepard’s pie with soup or salad ($60, serves six), or a leg of lamb, herb-roasted, with garlic mash potatoes, veg, and rolls ($24 per person). Reserve online by April 10

LongHorn Steakhouse 
Starting at $9 per person, families can enjoy a shareable entree, salad, and four sides. Also available are fresh steak cuts from the LongHorn Steak Shop. Full details and promotions online.

Maggiano’s
Cold-prepped Easter bundle ($120), which feeds four to six people, to heat in the oven at home. On the menu: mini meatballs in marinara, caesar salad, lasagna, cheese ravioli, chicken piccata, rolls, tiramisu, and more. Pick up April 10 to 12.

Meddlesome Moth 
Full brunch menu with holiday offerings, plus a three-course Sunday Supper prepared by chef Otsuki. Full menu details and order form online.

Mi Dia From Scratch
Easter weekend brunch includes chilaquiles, huevos con chorizo, migas, and cocktail kits (mimosa for $15, bloody Mary for $25, and margarita for $42). To order from your nearest Mi Dia for either Saturday or Sunday, head to the website.

Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille 
Three-course Easter meal for $39 to go can include a 16-ounce caramelized prime rib or an eight-ounce, bacon-wrapped filet. Perry’s Reserved Wine and Mixology To-Go cocktail kit will be 50 percent off. Kids options are $13 each.  

Princi Italia 
Offering their full menu for takeout, complete your meal by ordering a bottle of wine for 40 percent off. Prici will be taking to-go orders from noon to 9 p.m. Full menu details and order form here. 

The Ranch at Las Colinas
Three options can feed a party of six: roasted tenderloin ($250), smoked turkey breast ($150), and Texas maple baked ham ($140) paired with their signature sides, including jalapeño sausage gravy, sweet potato casserole with Texas pecans, and cornbread muffins. An Easter cookie decorating kit is available for $25. For full menu visit their website or call at 972-5067262. 

The Rustic 
Easter Meal Kits (less than $50) include your choice of entree includes game hens, pork tenderloin, and prime rib, paired with sides and salad. Add carrot cake or a deviled egg kit. Full details here 

Seasons 52 
Family-style dinner serves four to six people: glazed spiral ham ($100) or wood-grilled beef tenderloin ($140) with a salad, green beans, dessert. The full regular menu will also be available, along with beer, wine, and mimosas for takeout. View full menu online or call to order, 214-361-5252 (Dallas-Northpark).  

Stock and Barrel
Easter brunch includes house-smoked Duroc pork ham with Bourbon honey mustard glaze or the signature wagyu meatloaf along with oozy five-cheese macaroni, caramelized Brussels sprouts, a salad accented by Meyer lemon vinaigrette, and chocolate budino. Wine, beer, and batch cocktails available. Preorder by Friday, April 10. Details here.

Terry Black’s Barbecue
For Easter Sunday, nab $20 off a small family pack (three pounds of meat, five pints of sides feeds up to six) or $40 off a large family pack (six pounds of meat, five quarts of sides feeds up to 12). Call 469-399-0081 to reserve your meats early.

Ten50 BBQ
Get three pounds of brisket, pulled pork, or turkey breast plus two sides (slaw, potato salad, mac and cheese, you know, the good staples). $80 feeds four to six. 855-783-1050

TJ’s Seafood Market
Veggie frittata, TJ’s signature smoked salmon board, breakfast potatoes… Dallas’ go-to seafood market has Easter brunch on lock ($110, serves four to six people). Add a mimosa package for $15. Call 214-219-3474 by April 10 to place your order.

Two Sisters Catering
Feed a family of four with your choice of citrus herb roasted turkey breast ($110), pan-seared salmon ($120), or grilled rosemary lamb chops ($140). Three sides and one dessert are included; add-ons are available too. For details or to place an order, call at 213-702-4426. 

Via Gourmet Mexican
Via Real is busy planning a full Easter Specials menu for you to enjoy. Check the full menu and prices online and keep up to date on upcoming promotions.  

Whiskey Cake
Sticking to their current #QuarantineSurvivalKit format, Whiskey Cake has a  couple of options. Easter Brunch Kit ($45): a pound of Syracuse sausage, pancake mix, blueberry compote, and goat cheese. Or a Dinner Kit: a five-pound Duroc ham, a dozen deviled eggs, dinner rolls, macaroni and cheese, and whiskey cake slices. Bloody Mary and mimosa kits are $15. For full menu and prices check online or call 469-941-2253.

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