Whether you’re looking to spend your Easter at home, gathered with family, or going out with a partner, we’ve found a list of places offering dine-in specials, take away bundles, and even picnic to-go options. There’s an assortment of festive sweet treats, specialty fried chicken, grazing boards, and more. Keep your Easter traditional, or try something new! Whatever you’re thinking, this list will have what you’re looking for!
TLC Austin is bringing you three special Easter items available for dine-in or to-go! Enjoy Lobster Deviled Eggs, which is a take on their classic deviled eggs but topped with lobster meat rather than candied bacon. They’ll also be featuring Jumbo Crab Cakes and a special TLC Cubano Sandwich made with applewood smoked ham, roasted pork, sharp cheddar, creole mustard aioli, and pickle relish.
Chicken Salad Shoppe, the ghost kitchen on Burnet Rd., is offering a limited time Spring 1/2 Pound Monster Cookie: The Passion Of The Peep, a half pound stuffed sugar cookie with passionfruit curd, glaze, and topped with a Peep. Chicken Salad Shoppe also offers chicken salad sandwich platters for preorder here.
The Carillon usually hosts an extensive brunch buffet on Easter Sunday, but this year they’re opting to provide a to-go option only for their annual Spring Sunday Brunch. Their Spring Brunch To-Go feeds four and is $180. The menu consists of items such as Shepherd’s Pie, Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, Truffled Deviled Eggs, Smoked Duck Breast with Wild Cherry Relish, Salmon Rillettes with Grapefruit and Dill, Carrot Cake Cupcakes, Citrus Meringue Tarts with Lemon Fluff, and more. Orders can be made now through Friday, March 26th. Pick-up will be available Saturday, April 3 and Sunday, April 4, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Place your order online here.
Celebrate the season of renewal with a decadent Easter Pre-Fixe Brunch at Goodall’s on Sunday, April 4. Round out the afternoon of festivities with a visit from adorable petting zoo from Tiny Tails to You from noon–3 p.m. on the Hotel Ella lawn. Prefer to enjoy the latest blooms & fresh spring air instead? Take an Easter Brunch Picnic from Goodall’s to-go!
Casual boutique hotel, The Wayback is offering three specials for their Easter Brunch. Grab an order of four deviled eggs for $8, a 1/2 dozen donut holes for $6, and six oysters and a glass of Cava champagne for $20.
Easy Tiger is delivering their Easter specials all over Austin between April 2-4. Choose from seasonal favorites like house-smoked ham, spinach and bacon quiche, veggie quiche, their curated Spring cookie tin, a large grazing board, and of course their pull-apart rolls. Preorder is available now.
Second Bar + Kitchen will be serving up a special Easter menu for dine-in guests during normal business hours. Reservations can be made via Resy. In addition, SBK has a delectable heat & eat meal for families to enjoy in their own home, which includes deviled eggs (of course!), slow-roasted ham, and orange-honey cheesecake. The four-course meal is $125 and feeds two people. Orders can be made via ChowNow before 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 31 and picked up on Saturday, April 3. There are also plenty of amazing add-ons, like SBK’s famous triple chocolate cake, a meat and cheese board, and festive cocktails.
CRÚ has got you covered for Easter brunch or dinner. Choose from a mouthwatering array of fabulous brunch items to build your own three courses of deliciousness. With so many choices, everyone gets to pick their favorites and be happy and full. Extra bonus: they serve $3 mimosas, bellinis, ciprianis and it will be Swirl Sunday so enjoy 33 percent off all bottles of wine. Also available is Easter to-go. Enjoy a set Easter Brunch To Go package for two which includes two appetizers, two entrees and two desserts for $70. Mimosa kits come with a bottle of Ruffino Prosecco and Simply Orange.
New South Congress Mediterranean restaurant Aba is serving up a special Easter To-Go menu. Their Easter menu includes Spicy Hummus with crudite and house bread, Village Salad, Za’atar Roasted Chicken, Beef Tenderloin Kebab with Lemon Dill Rice, Brussels Sprouts, and Isot Double Chocolate Cake. The Easter To-Go menu costs $54.95 plus tax, per person and is served cold with reheat instructions. Order one day prior by 8 p.m. for pick-up or delivery between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 3-4.
This year Bakery Lorraine will offer a festive Easter themed dessert box. This box is available for $28 and includes the following treats: Two Egg shaped Moonpies, One Chocolate Nest Tart, One Bunny Tart, and One Lemon Blueberry Tart. Bakery Lorraine will also offer a delightfully decorated spring themed Carrot Cake for $65. Both items are only available by pre-ordering through Bakery Lorraine’s website under the “Custom Orders” tab. The last day to place an order is Wednesday, March 31 by noon. Items are available for pickup on Saturday, April 3 and Sunday, April 4 starting at 9 a.m. at all Bakery Lorraine locations.
Launderette is offering meals and desserts to-go for Easter. Pre-order now for pick up on Saturday, April 3. They’re offering two separate main-course meals both for $78. Choose from either Pine Nut Crusted Lamb Loin or Arctic char. Each entree comes with Ricotta Pound Cake, Haricots Verts, Heirloom Carrots, and Mint Chutney. They’re also offering carrot cake or a lemon yuzu tart for dessert each for $40. Preorder available here.
EVO will be hosting Easter-themed pajama pancake parties at the Schertz, Springtown, Belterra and Kyle locations on Saturday, April 3 at 9:30 a.m. Kids can enjoy screenings of the festive movie, “Hop,” while chowing down on a stack of pancakes from EVO’s specialty menu, which includes Classic, Cookies and Cream, Strawberry and Birthday Cake pancakes. Tickets will be available online here.
Contigo Catering’s Easter Prix Fixe menu serves four people and includes Frittata, morning buns, sugar snap pea salad, honey and clove glazed pork loin, rosemary and garlic whole chicken with spiced quinoa and roasted broccoli, and salted caramel chocolate tart for $195. Mimosa kits, wine and a la carte menu items also available. All orders must be placed by March 28 at noon for delivery or pick-up on April 2 (noon – 4 p.m.). Preorder here.
This Easter, FoliePop’s at Hill Country Galleria has dessert covered with a special Easter Egg dessert. The Easter Egg consists of an egg of coconut mousse with a mango-passion fruit coulis at the center sitting atop a buttery sponge cake and crispy chocolate base. For an extra luxurious experience, FoliePop’s will also have an added option to cover the egg with edible gold leaf. The special limited-time dessert is now available to order online here. The Easter Egg is a personal sized cake and costs $15.
Each Quack’s Bakery location will offer a myriad of Easter goodies for a limited time, including – A 6″ Carrot “Bunny Cake” ($26.50), Assorted large and small Easter-themed cupcakes ($2.50-$3.99), Coconut Cake filled with Coconut Pastry Cream and frosting in buttercream with shredded coconut ($32.50), Apple Fritters ($3.25), Coconut Macaroon Birds Nest with Malted Milk Balls ($2.50), DIY Easter Egg Cookie Kits ($15), and more.
Know of additional Easter specials going on? Please email Emily@365thingaustin.com.