Easter options to go
Ordinarily our Easter dining roundup is one of the biggest articles of the year. Brunch upon brunch of delicious celebratory meals. This year is obviously markedly different, but there are still plenty of plucky businesses cooking up a storm in the kitchen for you. Here are all the restaurants we know offering specials this year. You’ll need to get your order in ASAP and curbside pickup applies for most.
Four course Easter dinner for two, $100. Dinner for four $200. Courses include wedge salad, butter based Nordic salmon, wagyu beef and carrot cake. Full menu here.
Flemings Steak House
This Easter Sunday, Fleming’s are offering a whole new way for your family to experience three courses around your own dining room table. Choose your favorite entrée for the family to enjoy along with salad, two sides and dessert. Fleming’s For The Family menus start at $120 for four and $180 for six. Select bottles of wine also available for carry out. More info.
Hearth and Hill
The Kimball Junction eatery celebrates the 1st anniversary of its popular Sunday brunch with a special take-out version for Easter Sunday, safely provided via curbside pick-up. The holiday feast continues the restaurant’s innovative offerings during this unprecedented period, to help give community residents a convenient, delicious break from cooking. The gala meal, which feeds a family of 6, includes:
- Seafood cocktail (shrimp and crab claw)
- Tomato & cucumber salad with feta
- Biscuits (10) with honey butter
- Bite-size quiches (spinach & feta) (12)
- Prime rib (sliced) with horseradish cream sauce (2 lbs)
- Salmon with chimichurri
- Homemade chocolate cupcakes
Add-on: Cinnamon Roll Tin $18 (also serves 6). The delicious and plentiful brunch is $125 and can be pre-ordered by calling 435-200-8840.
Hub & Spoke Diner
Heat and serve Family Meals. $18 per person. Each Family Meal serves 4 people and includes:
- Sliced ham
- Pineapple mustard glaze
- Scalloped potatoes
- Honey glazed peas and carrots
- Dinner rolls
Order online for pickup Sat 4/11 between 12-3p
Dinner for four includes ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables and a whole pie. Price is $49.99. Ham, bacon or vegetable quiche $14.79 each. Available for pickup or delivery. More info.
Up in Summit County, “In celebration of Easter, we will be open for take out and delivery from 3-7 pm this Sunday, with two special Easter offerings in addition to our regular menu. Perhaps you are in the mood for a traditional Easter Ham Dinner, with maple glazed ham, potato & parsnip mashers, asparagus and baby carrots, $23. Alternatively, we are ready to welcome spring with our first of the season Fresh Alaskan Halibut. Our most popular dish last warm season, we welcome back Panko Crusted Fresh Alaskan Halibut with Yellow Curry, on a bed of coconut rice with sauteed spinach, $35 (pictured below) This dish is redolent with exotic spices, travels well in a to-go box, and we hope brings you a deserved smile in hard times. We can do it gluten free if you like with a cornflour crust instead of Panko.”
Heat and serve 3-course meals. $30 per person (min 2 people) Each meal includes:
- Crab cake
- Artisan cheese
- Choice of entree: braised lamb shank or 1/2 roasted chicken
- Potato gratin
- Minted asparagus and peas
Order online for pickup Sat 4/11 between 12-3pm.
A new free delivery service, “For Friday April 10 and Saturday April 11, we will be offering free DELIVERY for orders over $30. Anything from take out to Easter chocolates/candy and Deli items. Please call us at 801-355-3891 you may start reserving TODAY!. Thank You!” More info.
This brand new Layton based business is offering an Easter Sunday breakfast feast to go Serves 4-6 and includes toast, hash browns, cheesey scrambled eggs, bacon/sausage, fresh fruit, butter and syrup. $40. More info.
Four course meal to go. Feeds four people and costs $80. Menu items include herb crusted SRF tenderloin, salmon with cider mustard sauce and English pea salad with cheddar. More info and menu.
Keep calm and curry on
Here’s the latest from Saffron Valley – more great free food for the most valuable in our community right now. Here’s the full scoop:
This week our #KeepCalmAndCurryOn program is providing a free meal for FIRST RESPONDERS including police officers, EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, and 911 dispatchers.
A complimentary meal of Chicken Tikka Masala over rice with naan, soft drink, and dessert is available at all 4 locations today through Sunday, April 12th while supplies last. (Thanks to our sister bakery Biscotts for making the desserts!)
Lunch Hours: 11 am – 2:15 pm; until 3:15 pm on Sat & Sun
Dinner Hours: 5 pm – 9:45 pm; until 8:45 pm on Sun
Must call in for curbside pick up; let us know you are a first responder when placing your order. One free meal per badge or professional ID.
South Jordan: (801) 438-4823
Sugar House: (801) 203-3754
Avenues: (801) 203-3325
Riverton: (801) 206-4115
Feed The Children
Also getting in on the good karma – a team up between Filling’s And Emulsion and Sapa restaurant group. Here’s the full details and link, keep this one saved and be sure to share with anyone in need:
Starting Friday April 10th, 2020 and continuing every Tuesday and Friday until the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sapa Investment Group restaurants and Fillings & Emulsions bakery will be offering free meals for children at our OMO BBQ restaurant in West Valley.
Meals will be pre-packed and distributed via our drive-thru window from 11am to 5pm. Since we are trying to feed as many children as possible, we ask that you take only as many meals as you need. This Friday, meals will include:
- Your choice of BBQ pulled pork OR mac n’ cheese
- 2 rolls
- Green salad with Fat Fish dressing
- French fries
Family meals and deals
See our complete list of restaurants offering family meal deal options here.
Fleming’s Steakhouse – Get $40 off orders of $100 or more. Be sure to confirm this when placing the order over the phone to go.
Hoof And Vine – Thursday Family Supper meal includes salads, steaks, salmon, sides and dessert. Cost $120. More info.
Nomad Eatery – family meals feed 4-6 and costs $40-$50. Options change daily including a weekend brunch option. More info.
Santorini’s Greek Grill – Large family dinner feeds 5-6 and costs $50, small feeds three and is priced $25. Items include proteins, rice, pita, salad, veggies, sauces and dessert. More info.
Sauce Boss Southern Kitchen – Family dinners feed 4-6. Options include Southern staples such as chicken fried chicken or blackened pork chops. Prices run $40-$45. More info.
Saffron Valley – The new Curry Cravings Family Pack includes 4 crispy samosas with mint and tamarind chutneys, 2 curries, basmati rice, and 2 fresh-baked naan. Choose from meat or vegetarian curries:
• Chicken tikka masala + chicken coconut korma – $39.99
• Paneer tikka masala + vegetable coconut korma – $37.99
Optional: add additional orders of classic naan for just $2.50 each, or upgrade from classic to garlic naan for $2 more. Call to order for curbside takeout, order online at www.saffronvalley.com, or use GrubHub, UberEats, or DoorDash for delivery.
Sugar House: 801-203-3754
South Jordan: 801-438-4823
Hours: 11 am – 2:15 pm for lunch, or 5 pm – 9:45 pm for dinner.
SLC Eatery – New family meals are available online. One option is a. Make at Home Pasta Kit for $25. It includes ready to bake focaccia and a Brussels sprout Caesar Salad. Choose your pasta, choose your sauce! More info.
The Wild Rose – Now offering $50 gift cards for $40. Use now or celebrate when life slowly returns to normal. Heck, give someone an Easter treat! More info.
Delivery, drive thru and curbside
Salsa Del Diablo – Now offering no contact delivery right to your doorstep. Get hand crafted salsa and chips delivered free to Salt Lake County, Utah County and Davis County. Delivery days and times are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; 9:00am-5:00pm. More info.
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Hi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC and The Utah Review; I’m also a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune. I’ve worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.
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