Here are the best places to get Easter meals in and around Seattle

Mar 24 2021, 12:36 pm

We’ve got a lot of celebrating to do this spring, and Easter is our excuse to do it with amazing food and beverage.

Local purveyors, restaurants, and catering companies have concocted their own expert-curated kits for folks to order and enjoy Easter dinner without the hassle of planning, cooking, and cleaning a holiday feast.

Here are some great places to get Easter dinner to-go in Seattle.

The Metropolitan Grill

Indulge in one of five delectable main courses which all come oven-ready and include creamy parmesan scalloped potatoes, green beans almandine, spring pea salad, sourdough bread with butter, and a Meyer lemon tart for dessert. All meals serve two people and must be ordered by Wednesday, March 31. Orders can be placed online.

Location: 820 2nd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-624-3287
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Ray’s Café

 

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In addition to offering the Café greatest hits menu on Easter, Ray’s is extending a special three-course plated Easter menu with a choice of pan-seared rockfish, grilled sirloin, or a vegetable coconut curry.

Location: 6049 Seaview Avenue NW, Seattle
Phone: 206-789-3770
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Shiro’s Sushi

 

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Shiro’s Sushi is bringing guests a little fun, a little lamb, a little egg, and of course, sushi, to Easter Day. They’re offering a full Easter Platter is full of spring festivities including lamb chops, salmon pressed sushi, temari-zushi, colored quail eggs, and more. Shiro’s Easter Platter is $160 and offered Friday through Sunday on April 2 to 4). Pre-order the platter by March 31.

Location: 2401 2nd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-443-4715
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Monsoon

 

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Monsoon is inviting guests to forgo the ham, lamb and eggs in place of another Easter tradition — fish. Both Monsoon Seattle and Monsoon Bellevue will be offering two seafood specials for takeout and dine-in which include shrimp fresh rolls and grilled wild halibut.

Location: 615 19th Avenue E, Seattle
Phone: 206-325-2111
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The Restaurant at Alderbrook Resort and Spa

The Restaurant at Alderbrook Resort and Spa is offering a PNW-inspired brunch, including a Northwest Omelette with Dungeness crab, steel-cut oatmeal, and a chili-pepper-infused vodka Bloody Mary. For overnight guests, the property is placing Easter eggs throughout the Resort filled with surprises instead of the traditional egg hunt.

Location: 10 E Alderbrook Drive, Union
Phone: 360-898-2200
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Eques

 

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One of Bellevue’s best breakfasts, Eques, is reopening Easter weekend. The updated spring menu includes a cedar plank salmon Benedict, Belgian waffle with confit of duck leg and Woodinville Whiskey Co. maple syrup, the restaurant’s famous tiramisu pancakes, and more.

Location: 900 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue
Phone: 425-698-4100
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Fog Room

 

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Seattle’s chic rooftop lounge, Fog Room, is offering guests the opportunity to enjoy its menu at home. Takeout boxes include fire-roasted broccoli with avocado tahini, a spring vegetable tart, grasshopper cake, and cocktail add-ons. The boxes are $150 and serve three to four diners.

Location: 1610 2nd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-256-7525
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Ascend Prime Steak and Sushi

Pick between a carts and carousels table-side brunch for $95 per person, or enjoy an Ascend at Home Easter Brunch for $55 per person. Enjoy a four-course meal with a sweet beginning, sushi dish, as well as a steak dish and sweet finale dessert.

Location: Lincoln Square 31st Floor, Bellevue
Phone: 425-625-2080
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Fogo de Chão 

 

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Choose two fire-roasted meats to enjoy at home as well as several sides and desserts. Options include chicken legs, marinated chicken breast, bacon-wrapped chicken picanha, fraldinha prime lamb steak, or bacon-wrapped steak.

Location: 440 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue
Phone: 425-450-4004
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Daniel’s Broiler 

 

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Daniel’s Broiler is serving a set three-course dinner. To start, guests are invited to select a lobster bisque, clam chowder, or Caesar salad. For dinner, pick between a prime filet mignon and lobster tail served with garlic mashed potatoes and broccolini. Dessert choices include New York-style cheesecake or Daniel’s chocolate caramel French macarons.

Location: 809 Fairview Place North, Seattle
Phone: 206-621-8262
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Earls Kitchen and Bar

Make the most of the Easter weekend with four days of extended brunch hours at Earls Bellevue from Friday, April 2 to Monday, April 5. This year’s Easter special is the lobster and shrimp Benedict for $14, which includes two poached eggs, lobster, shrimp, avocado, and classic hollandaise, served on toasted artisan bread with crispy potatoes.

Location: 700 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue
Phone: 425-452-3275
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Spinasse

Chef Stuart Lane is set to prepare a festive four-course, Italian-inspired Easter dinner kit that will highlight traditional ingredients like lamb, asparagus, artichokes, and chocolate eggs. All meal kits may be ordered on Tock or by calling 206-251-7673 by April 2.

Location: 1535 14th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-251-7673
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Copperleaf Restaurant 

 

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Join Chef Adam Stevenson for a delectable Easter Day meal with loved ones and experience a memorable dinner at Copperleaf Restaurant. Reservations are recommended for patio and indoor tables.

Location: 18525 36th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 877-515-2176
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Goldfinch Tavern

 

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Pick between an Easter dine-in experience from Chef Emmanuel Calderon and his team or an Easter feast to go. Both are certain to be filling and tasty and can be ordered online.

Location: 99 Union Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-749-7070
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