Philadelphia, PA - With Passover and Easter plans up in the air, some of Philadelphia's best restaurants are offering family meals for takeout and delivery during these trying times. From Traditional Easter Feasts to Passover meals to go, we have you covered.
Easter - Special Takeout and Delivery Offerings
Pineville Tavern in Bucks County is offering a traditional Easter feast featuring local honey roasted ham or roasted turkey with an assortment of side dishes and a choice of three desserts. The family feast feeds 6-8 people. It's available now for preorder, and customers can choose to pick up or have the meals delivered on Saturday or Sunday. All meals are sold cold and include instructions for reheating. The "Make it Italian" items are sold a la carte. Please see the attached graphic for the entire Easter Feast menu.
The Olde Bar's will celebrate Easter with a special menu for curbside pickup featuring classic dishes including traditional Glazed Ham, Leg of Lamb, Traditional Shrimp Cocktail, Honey Glazed Baby Carrots, Horseradish Potatoes Dauphinoise and much more.
Talula's Table is offering a special spring menu, the season of renewal! Perfect for every day or an Easter or Passover meal, the menu will be offered from April 6 to April 11 and includes specials such as Hot Cross Buns, Spring Lettuce Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette, and Rustic Croutons. The restaurant is also making handmade artisan chocolate connoisseur Easter baskets.
Bonefish Grill offers seasonal seafood and convenient new offerings, like Easter Dinner Family Bundles, for up to five people. Between April 11 and Sunday, April 12. And guests can even include a bottle of wine in their Easter dinner. Also available are gift an Easter Dinner to family and friends; you can order gift cards online and enjoy a meal together virtually.
Metro Diner’s Easter Meal Packs. Preorders for the Easter Meal Packs are being accepted until Saturday, April 11, at 5 p.m.available for pickup by calling the diner or ordering online at https://metrodiner.com/order.
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