Easter falls on Sunday, April 17th this year. If you want to enjoy the holiday with minimal kitchen time, check out these options for ordering an Easter brunch or dinner to enjoy at home. Most are heat-and-serve options for a complete meal.
You might also like our list of family-style takeout options that feed a crowd for less than what you’d spend on individual entrees for each family member.
And check out our huge list of FREE Easter egg hunts and photo opps with the Easter Bunny!
The Fresh Market
Order online by April 14th.
Pick up in in-store from April 14th to 17th.
Stores are open from 8am to 6pm on Easter.
Offering complete Easter meals that are ready to cook or heat.
They include entree, sides, and desserts.
Follow the links for details on each.
In general, meal prices in 2022 are about $10 higher than last year.
• Rack of lamb for 2 people — $49.99
• Ham meal for 4 people — $59.99
• Ham meal for 8-10 people — $89.99
The meals above are just a small sampling of what’s available — there are many more meal packages. You can also choose from a large selection of entrees, side dishes, and desserts a la carte.
Order at least 48 hours in advance.
Publix is closed on Easter Sunday, so you’ll have to pick up the day before.
Ham dinner is $59.99 for a meal that serves 7 to 10 people.
A smaller dinner for $39.99 serves 2 to 4 people.
Both meals include, in varying portion sizes:
- One boneless ham (size varies by meal chosen)
- Sweet potato casserole
- Green bean casserole
- Marshmallow delight
Depending on the store you shop at, you may have a choice between pickup or delivery.
Get more info and order here
Note that you’ll have to choose your preferred store to see prices.
Order online with 48-hours notice.
Pickup between April 14th and 17th.
Heat-and-serve dinner options may vary between stores.
We got our examples from the Chamblee store. When you click thru the links for details, you should update the store location before starting an order.
The 2022 prices are about $5-$10 higher than last year for meal packages.
- Turkey breast dinner for 4 people — $75
- Brunch for 8 people — $180
- Spiral-sliced ham dinner for 8 people — $150
- Vegan dinner for 2 — $40
- Prime rib meal for 8 — $230
- Easter feast for 12 people — $300
You can also order all kinds of entrees and side dishes a la carte.
View the Easter menu and order online (remember to change your store location — it’s at the top of the left column)
Pickup is between April 13th and April 17th.
Stores are also open for in-person dining on Easter.
Pick up a complete heat-and-serve meal, or just order your desserts or sides a la carte.
A variety of Ham Meals come in two sizes — feeds 4-6 people or feeds up to 12.
All meals include sides and most include a 9″ apple pie.
Meals for 4-6 people start at $90.
Meals for 12 are $140
Sides and desserts ordered a la cartestart at $5.99.
View the options and order
Offering complete meal packages and individual meals.
Order online for pickup on Saturday, April 16th between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Heat-and-serve meals for 4 to 6 people start at $125.
Individual ham meals are $26 and can be picked up hot on Easter Sunday. There’s also a kid’s version for just $10.
Meals include entree, salad, roasted green beans, choice of an additional side, and Mini Indulgence desserts.
Choose from three entrees:
- Apricot-Glazed Spiral Ham
- Wood-Grilled Beef Tenderloin
- Cedar Plank Roasted Salmon
Seasons 52 will also offer its full takeout menu.
Beer and wine and mimosas to go are available to go in select locations.
Hampton + Hudson
Order by April 14th.
The meal is $55 for 2 people or $100 for 4 people.
The restaurant is located at 299 N. Highland Ave, Atlanta 30307 (this is Inman Park).
It is also open for dine-in on Easter Sunday.
This Easter, enjoy the comfort of Olive Garden classics. Selections include family bundles of Lasagna, Chicken Parmigiana, Chicken Alfredo, with homemade soup or salad and breadsticks.
Family meals start at $40 and serve 4 to 6 people.
In some locations, you can add beer and wine to your order.
NOTE: These family meal bundles are not just an Easter special — they are available until further notice.
To place an order and view additional details, visit OliveGarden.com.
Pickup between April 14th and 17th.
Heat-and-serve Easter meals include:
• Ham dinner for 4-6 people — $100
• Ham dinner for 8-10 people — $150
• Prime rib dinner for 4-6 people — $125
The meals come with choice of sides, mashed potatoes and gravy, and yeast rolls. Some options come with buttermilk pie.
You can also get a ham and sides a la carte and plan your own meal package.
Order the Easter meals here — note that you’ll have to first choose a store location.
Honey Baked Ham
Easter Restaurant Specials for 2022
NOTE: We received the info below in press releases and are passing it along in case it’s useful to you.
Have a Hoppy Easter at Red’s Beer Garden
This year’s Easter will be “hoppy” in more ways than one at Red’s Beer Garden. From beer to brunch, Red’s has it all, and will be open for Easter brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the weekend of April 16th through the 17th. Red’s usuals will delight in the typical brunch taco offerings, including “The Tater,” a warm corn tortilla topped with avocado spread, pork sausage, cheesy scrambled eggs, and crispy tots, “The Pig,” filled with house smoked pulled pork, sauteed onions, cheddar cheese and Red’s sauce, and more. Newbies and regulars alike will delight in Red’s fresh Easter special: a deliciously cheesy caramelized mushroom and onion taco. All brunch offerings can be washed down with a mimosa, beermosa, classic coffee and tea, or any of Red’s other wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic libations. Red’s is not only family-friendly, but the pups are welcome as well. Guests are invited to stay after brunch for Red’s normal weekend hours. Red’s Beer Garden is located at 1328 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA 30315. For more information, visit www.redsbeergarden.com or call 770-637- 2299. Stay connected on Facebook and Instagram at @redsbeergarden.
Start Easter Sunny Side Up with Brunch at Dantanna’s
Dantanna’s is cooking up an Easter Sunday Brunch this year that every-bunny will enjoy. Family and friends are welcome to gather Sunday, April 17th, to delight in Dantanna’s brunch classics including hot buttermilk biscuits smothered in sausage and gravy; and breakfast tacos stuffed with warm scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, and pickled jalapeños. Brunch lovers in search of more indulgent offerings can sink their teeth into Dantanna’s traditional and red velvet waffles drizzled with a generous helping of butter and hot syrup; and a chorizo skillet bursting with housemade beef chorizo, smoked gouda, two sunny side up eggs, and pico de gallo. Alongside Dantanna’s traditional brunch menu will be a curated list of specialty items by Executive Chef Brad Parker in honor of the holiday. Guests can also raise a toast in celebration from Dantanna’s extensive wine, cocktail, and beer list. Dantanna’s weekend brunch menu is available Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dantanna’s full lunch and dinner menu is available Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dantanna’s is located at the Shops Around Lenox, 3400 Around Lenox Dr. Suite 304, Atlanta, GA 30326. For more information or to make a reservation visit ww.dantannas.com or call 404-760-8873. Stay connected on Facebook at Facebook.com/dantannas and on Twitter and Instagram @dantannas.
Enjoy an Eggciting Easter Menu at TWO urban licks
TWO urban licks is offering an Easter menu that’s all it’s cracked up to be, and more! From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., guests can enjoy brunch items such as rich lemon ricotta pancakes topped with a smooth strawberry sauce and Chantilly cream cheese; and New Orleans’ style shrimp and grits filled with andouille sausages, crawfish, creole butter, creme, and tomatoes all swirled in delightfully cheesy gouda grits. Eggs will be the star of the show in a few egg-stra special Easter offerings created by Executive Chef Shain Wainco. For foodies that can’t make it to brunch, never fear; from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. TWO will be offering many more enticing entrées including perfectly smoked brisket; wood grilled 16 oz. dry aged New York strip steak; braised lamb shank with white beans and orange gremolata; salmon orzotto, and more. TWO is located at 820 Ralph McGill Boulevard in Atlanta, GA and serves dinner seven nights a week and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations are recommended. For more information or to make reservations call 404.522.4622 or visit twourbanlicks.com. Stay connected on Twitter at @2urbanlicks and Instagram at @TwoUrbanLicks and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TwoUrbanLicks.
5Church Midtown welcomes diners with an Easter buffet from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Highlights include slow-roasted prime rib, sorghum and brown sugar-glazed ham, chicken fricassee, seared Verlasso salmon, omelet bar, sweet potato casserole, pecan-glazed green beans, cheesy grits, a deviled egg bar, French toast bread pudding and more. The buffet is priced at $55 for adults and $20 for children. Make reservations online.
For a delicious Easter brunch, check out Carson Kitchen in Alpharetta’s City Center. Carson Kitchen’s brunch menu offers favorites such as donut French toast, oatmeal brûlée, shrimp and grits, and much more. Reservations are available on Resy.
Chido & Padre’s will be open for brunch from 12-3 p.m. and will reopen for dinner from 4-9 p.m. Celebrate Easter surrounded by vivid colors and handcrafted Mexican art and savor the eatery’s classic menu and chef features. View the menu here and make reservations online.
Enjoy an Italian Easter at home curated by Enzo Steakhouse and Bar. The meal includes deviled eggs and a choice of green beans and asparagus salad or caponata bruschetta; primi options of Roman semolina gnocchi or lemon risotto with scallops; and entrée choices of rosemary leg of lamb, oven-roasted bass or maple-glazed turkey. The sweet ending features an Easter pastiera Napoletana along with limoncello and Italian cookies. This at-home experience is $125 for two guests, $200 for four guests, and $300 for six guests. View the full menu and place orders online by Thursday, April 14 for delivery Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17.
For an elevated experience, Easter diners should head to Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead Village, which opens at noon on April 17. A shrimp fritter small plate, fresh grilled lamb chop entrée with fried rice mujadara and a new take on the tres leches dessert will all be featured alongside the eatery’s regular Spanish-inspired menu. Browse the menu and make reservations online.
HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern � the neighborly gatherinng spot with locations in Brookhaven, Perimeter, Atlantic Station, and Halcyon � is serving its regular menu along with Easter specials for bruunch and dinner. Specials include roasted ham with pineapple, green bean casserole, and roasted carrots. Select a location and make reservations online.
Hop over to Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails for a prix-fixe, three-course brunch prepared by chef Derek Dollar from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The comfortable and quaint restaurant, located in historic Crabapple, is preparing delicious Easter favorites such as spiral-cut ham with smoked cheddar mac ‘n cheese, a farmhouse scramble with farm eggs and applewood bacon, and a warm carrot cake with orange cream cheese frosting. Pricing is $49 for adults and $24.50 for children. The prix-fixe menu is the only menu available on Easter Sunday. Make reservations online.
Those wanting to celebrate Easter with a weekend getaway can head to the Monte Vista Hotel and dine at Milton’s Black Mountain. The regionally inspired Southern restaurant is hosting an Easter brunch buffet boasting house-made banana walnut bread, crostini with avocado crema and smoked salmon, a prime rib carving station, roasted steelhead trout, collard greens, baked four-cheese and herb elbow macaroni, and brown sugar pie with whipped crème fraîche. Brunch runs 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and pricing is $55 for adults and $20 for children. To enjoy the spring weather, Milton’s has planned fun lawn games, and the Easter Bunny will be ready for pictures outside the gazebo from 12-2 p.m. View event details and make reservations online.
Experience Ocean & Acre on Easter Sunday for special chef’s features along with the eatery’s regular menu. Features include deviled eggs with smoked trout and fresh blue crab ($10), Anson Mills stone-ground grits cooked with Benton’s bacon lardon and a 62° egg ($12), and smoked lamb shank with warm lemon orzo pilaf complemented with goat cheese brûléed heirloom tomatoes ($34). Find more menu details and make reservations online.
Kick off Easter Sunday at The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill. Buckhead’s favorite beach house is serving its regular menu along with delicious chef’s features. Guests start with an appetizer feature of deviled eggs and a lobster and chive salad ($12) before moving on to regular menu favorites or a special of brown sugar-glazed Easter ham and a warm salad of roasted carrot and spring asparagus with Parmesan and toasted almonds ($22). For something sweet, the chocolate-filled milk chocolate egg will make even the Easter Bunny jealous.
The Southern Gentleman is open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Easter Sunday serving three-course prix-fixe menus (one menu early in the day and a second in the afternoon/evening) priced at $49 for adults and $24 for children. Choose from first-course options such as whipped ricotta toast with honey and black pepper, buttermilk yogurt, baby gem lettuces with pimento ranch, and more. Second-course options include griddled Nueske’s ham with a white cheddar frittata, fried chicken with pancakes and bacon, banana French toast, pecan-crusted redfish, and crowd-favorite fried chicken. Cap off the meal with a choice of buttermilk lemon tart, double chocolate blondie with whipped mascarpone, or a salted caramel budino with chocolate mousse. Make reservations online.
The Woodall opens for brunch at 10:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday offering its signature brunch menu featuring favorites like jumbo lump crab cake Benedict with seared crab cake, sautéed spinach, sunny egg, English muffin, heirloom tomato brûlée, and creamed corn béarnaise; and Serious steak and eggs with prime New York strip, fried egg, toasty baguette, steak frites, cognac, peppercorn gravy, and béarnaise. Reservations are available via OpenTable