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Easter 2021

By Charlotte Murphy

We took a look at Easter offerings this year and can conclude: Hope is here. Change is here. And restaurants are here to help you celebrate the holiday safely, your way. Family feasts to-go, cocktail brunch pairings, Easter egg hunts, afternoon tea, and more. However you’re celebrating this year, find it on Tock.

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Easter Family Feasts To-Go

Restaurants are staying creative with to-go Easter family feasts, meals kits, and are even coming back to life with creative to-go pop-ups after closing due to the pandemic.

Aureole (New York City, NY), the lauded mainstay by chef Charlie Palmer, continues to live on in the form of a high-end to-go concept. This Easter, they’re offering a five-course Easter feast you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Dinner includes hot cross buns, herb crusted rack & slow roasted lamb shoulder, carrot cake, and more. Order for pickup or delivery March 31st through April 2nd.

Eden (Chicago, IL) is back by popular demand after closing due to the pandemic with an exclusive Eden Easter Brunch to-go, and we couldn’t be more excited. Welcome the flavors of Eden into your home with Peep donuts, buttermilk biscuits, corn & sausage casserole, and a citrus gem salad. Order for pickup or delivery on Saturday, April 3rd.  

Dixboro House (Ann Arbor, MI) is a soon-to-open luxurious dining experience in a renovated barn. For Easter, they’re offering a sneak peek of what’s to come with a ready-to-eat dinner you can enjoy at home. This can’t miss menu includes slow marinated Cerignola olives, roasted lamb racks, and spring garlic pudding. Add on a lemon meringue pie to complete your feast. Order for  pickup on Easter Sunday.

Leader (Cambridge, MN) is making Easter dinner delicious and easy. The family feast includes your choice of either country ham or premium roast beef and sides of grilled asparagus, chef Robert’s famous creamy hash browns, and more. You’ll even receive a shopping credit to the unique shopping market in the historic 102 year old Leader building. Order for pickup Saturday, April 3rd.

Socalo (Santa Monica, CA), known for their seasonal Mexican fare alongside inventive cocktails, is keeping Easter simple for you with a to-go brunch kit. Enjoy frittata with Mexican cheeses, beef machaca, smashed potatoes, and Guava empanadas. Round out your meal with cocktails, Mexican wines, and craft beers. Order for pickup on Saturday, April 3.

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Prepaid Easter Reservations

Restaurants, bars, distilleries, and wineries are inviting you back for in-person dining, and doing so smartly. This year, we’re seeing an increase in prepaid reservations that allow you to fully, and safely, book your Easter celebration ahead.

The Duck Inn  (Chicago, IL), a neighborhood tavern on Chicago’s South Side, is accepting prepaid reservations for chef Kevin Hickey’s Easter Brunch Extravaganza. Brunch features an amuse board with deviled eggs and buttermilk biscuits, rotisserie duck and avocado tartine entrees, and plentiful for-the-table options. Book this brunch while you still can.

Aquavit (New York City, NY) offers exquisite Nordic cuisine and has Easter Sunday reservations available in both the dining room and at their sought out bar. The three-course menu includes assorted cold seafood preparations followed by a main course and dessert. A bonus, they’re also offering a deluxe Easter meal kit for pickup. Book your Aquavit Easter experience before it’s too late.

Detroit City Distillery (Detroit, MI), a famed destination that makes artisanal whiskey, gin and vodka, is hosting Easter brunch in their socially-distant 7,000 square-foot dining space. Get a group of up to six together and enjoy spring vegetable and goat cheese frittata, avocado toast, carrot cake, and three perfectly paired cocktails. Reserve your brunch for Easter Sunday. 

Fiola (Washington, DC), the Fabio Trabocchi flagship restaurant nodding to the cuisines of Italy, is kicking-off Spring with an Easter four-course celebration. The menu, featuring luscious spring vegetables from the garden, includes Tuscan tomato & crab soup, lobster ravioli, American Wagyu, grilled branzino, and more. Book this celebration for Easter Sunday.

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Welcome Back Events: Adult Easter Egg Hunts & Afternoon Teas

This Easter, add a little friendly competition to your weekend with an adult Easter egg hunt, or get a small group together for a sophisticated Afternoon Tea. 

Montaluce Winery & Restaurant (Dahlonega, GA) is hosting their first annual adult Easter egg hunt that’s proving to be a creative solution to safely invite you back to the beautiful vineyards. Purchase your ticket to win free wine, tasting events, and future Montaluce wine experiences.

Youngberg Hill (McMinnville, OR), a family-estate grower and producer of Oregon Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, is hiding (empty) bottles of wine around their spacious estate labelled with exciting corresponding prizes. A limited number of tickets remain. Reserve your spot soon for the Easter Sunday event.

Wrigley Mansion (Phoenix, AZ), a premier fine dining and special event venue, is hosting a relaxing and luxurious tea experience. Get your friends and family together to pamper yourselves with exquisite teas, delicious house made finger sandwiches, scones, and miniature desserts. Book the Easter Afternoon Tea April 1st through April 3rd.

Alexander’s Patisserie (Cupertino, CA) is hosting a beautiful Afternoon Tea on their elegant patio in sunny California. The experience, designed by the Meilleur Ouvrier de France and James Beard award-winning chef Claude Le Tohic, is the perfect Easter outing to spend time with loved ones while enjoying pastries, macarons, sandwiches, chocolates, tea, and coffee. Vegetarian options are available. Book the Afternoon Tea for Easter Sunday.

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