Where to order takeout Easter dinner around the Sound

You could buy everything you need at the grocery store, or you could splurge and let the professionals make your Easter feast

April 9, 2020
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Easter's this Sunday, and if you're okay heading to the grocery store (with your mask on) to pick up everything you need for your family's feast, and then preparing that meal, go for it. On the other hand, maybe you feel like you've been spending enough time working in the house, in which case you can go another route: a takeout version of a full Easter dinner with all the trimmings.

There are a multitude of restaurants doing takeout during the coronavirus crisis, but they don't all offer you the full Easter dinner experience. I found several lists that steer you to places that'll do all the work for you.

Where to Get Easter and Passover Meals for Takeout in Seattle Met suggests Schmaltzy's in Fremont, Tilth in Wallingford (one of my favorite Seattle spots) and Copperleaf at Cedarbrook Lodge near Sea-Tac.

Tacoma area restaurants open for 2020 Easter meal pickup, takeout, delivery gives you the scoop on South Sound options like Farm 12 in Puyallup (glazed ham dinner for four for $60!), Table 47 in Gig Harbor (a brunch package that includes "scrambled eggs with chives and Beecher’s cheese, Hemplers bacon and sausage, potatoes with thyme butter, house-baked breads and pastries, locally-smoked salmon with bagels and pepper-whipped cream cheese, plus fresh fruit, homemade jams, yogurt and more" that feeds five for $75), and the iconic Stanley & Seafort's who'll be doing a $60 family meal for four that features smoked ham with honey mustard glaze accompanied by their famous pea salad.

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These Seattle Restaurants have Easter and Passover Takeout Specials in The Stranger covers a lot of different price points, from Dingfelder's Delicatessen and Macrina Bakery  to Eden Hill Provisions on Queen Anne and L'Oursin in Seattle's Central District.

These Seattle restaurants are offering Easter dinner takeout and delivery in the P-I runs some good options down, too, from Honeybaked Ham on the Eastside to Seattle's legendary Metropolitan Grill, who will prepare a family feast featuring entrees like lamb, ham, or prime rib plus strawberry shortcake with whipped cream for dessert. It's definitely a splurge: A meal for four runs $200 there.

Lots of great choices here! You probably need to order ASAP so you don't miss out on the meal you want. Stay safe, and have a Happy Easter or Passover!

 

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