2021’s list of Easter dining options still isn’t back to the heady heights of the before times but if you’re headed out this April 4th – or looking to bring food home to your own table – there are still several solid options this year.
It goes without saying, reservations are required for most of these. Don’t turn up on the big day and expect to get a seat. Also, bookmark this page and check back later, I’ll update the post as more and more last minute menus roll in.
Please note: descriptions provided by restaurants directly in some cases.
Park City – Enjoy a special Easter Brunch menu of Quiche Lorraine, Swiss muesli with yogurt and Heber Valley honey, almond-crusted French toast, baked eggs with spinach and feta, seafood cakes, smoked leg of lamb, sweet grits, and a variety of dessert options available for dine-in and carry-out.
SLC – Arlo Restaurant’s menu will showcase transformation and creativity. Seafood will make a splash as they incorporate dishes such as arancini with prawns and house made chorizo; a reinterpretation of fish & chips; and an unforgettable sea bass with fennel and caramelized anise.
Spring morel mushrooms are celebrated in a dish that reimagines French toast, transforming it into a savory appetizer accompanied with melted cheese and greens. End with their newest addition to the dessert menu, honey cake with brandy buttercream and spiced berries. Salad & Starter prices range from $10-$12; Entrees from $18-$31; Sun 5:30-9:00 p.m., Brunch on Sundays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Dave And Busters
Spring Break Daycation, Now thru April 11. Dave and Busters is celebrating spring break with a $500 Game Card Giveaway on social media. All guests have to do to qualify is share a photo on social media with #dbdaycation. They will also be serving spring break-inspired cocktails.
SLC – Three course prix fixe meal featuring filet mignon paired with crab-stuffed shrimp or lobster tail scampi – see options here. Easter menu starts at $80, children’s three course from $16. Full dinner menu available all day.
Cottonwood Heights – Easter Brunch on April 4th. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Price $75 per person. Menu includes brioche starter, caramelized flounder, beef tenderloin and tropical rice crispy. See full menu here.
Hearth and Hill
Park City – Dine in or pick up Hearth and Hill’s Easter Meal Special for 4 ($195) including seafood cocktail, cucumber and tomato salad, spinach and mushroom quiche, ribeye, and cupcakes. Add-ons include cinnamon rolls, truffle mac and cheese, ½ dozen cheddar biscuits, one dozen deviled eggs, and a Bloody Mary mix package. Available 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Serving their entire a la carte menu, along with several Easter Specials. Reservations 1 pm – 5 pm
Sunday, April 4th.
Sandy – Family style brunch includes items such as eggs benedict, wagyu sliders, salmon cakes and more. Price is $80 adults, $50 children 7-12, $20 children 4-6. More details here.
SLC – Les Madeleines will offer amazing house made chocolate bunnies, hens, kitties (2 sizes), and a puppy all available in white, milk, and dark chocolate. Must pre-order by April 1. Some extras will be made on a first come first served basis. They will also feature a pavlova in 3- and 6-inch sizes. The meringue shell is filled with vanilla pastry cream and topped with berries, mango and pineapple.
Chocolates range from $9 – $20. Pavlova is $6.50 and $35.00. Chocolates will be available the week before Easter and the pavlova is available for Saturday April 3 pickup.
Millcreek Canyon – Easter Sunday luncheon with seatings available from 12 noon to 5:30 p.m. Priced at $52.95 per person. Children under the age of 12 are $29.95 per person. Entree choices include pan-seared New York steak, pan-seared salmon, grilled organic chicken breast, grilled Duroc bone-in pork chop or parmigiano-reggiano risotto. See full menu here.
South Salt Lake – Easter brunch options include muffin platter that serves 8-10 people and comes with an assortment of freshly baked muffins or three varieties of 9-inch whole quiches — ham, bacon or vegetable. The quiches are available warm and ready to eat or for reheat at home.
Ham Dinner Family Meal for 4 includes sliced ham served with chipotle glaze, mashed potatoes, gravy, mixed vegetables and cornbread. Roasted Turkey Family Meal for 4 w includes a hand-carved roasted turkey with apple-sage stuffing, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes and tangy cranberry sauce. Marie Callender’s Pot Pie Meal for 4includes 4 mini pot pies, shepherd’s pie or two of each and is served with fresh salad and cornbread.
Guests are welcome to pre-order their Easter feast online or at their local Marie Callender’s restaurant and are available starting March 26th through Easter Sunday, April 4th.
Now thru Easter Sunday. Enjoy a Half Dozen Easter Box, discounted to $14. Includes specialty flavors: key lime, blood orange, lemon, lavender milk tea, strawberry and pomegranate.
This Easter, celebrate with abundant Italian classics from Olive Garden made convenient with Family-Style Meals to go. Choose from a Family Bundle, which includes a large pan of Classic Lasagna, jumbo house salad and breadsticks, or Family-Size Pans of menu favorites such as Fettucine Alfredo, Chicken Parmigiana and more. Order online and have your meal delivered safely, right to your car.
10% off purchase of two entrees. Mention this special offer when ordering.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Deer Valley – Stein Eriksen Lodge will offer their renowned Easter Sunday Brunch with family-style service 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. The cost is $75 per person and $25 for kids under age 12. Guests can dine in outdoor Alpenglobes with an advance reservation. Priority for globe dining is given to Stein Collection lodging guests first. Deck dining will be available, weather permitting.
Shop for local products to complete your Easter feast and fill your easter basket with something special this year by shopping from local makers. The Store has hundreds of local products to select from, including fresh baked treats from their in-house baker, including eclairs, egg shaped cakes, French macarons and more!
Cottonwood Heights – Plated Easter brunch on April 4th, 10 a.m. – 2.30 p.m. Price $55 adults, $30 children 12 & under only. See full menu here.
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