Easter is going to look a little different this year for all of us – but you can still have a fantastic feast, because some Pittsburgh restaurants are offering takeout Easter brunches and dinners, available for pickup.
Please note: Many of these places have order deadlines, so if place your orders soon!
Spirits & Tales: Spirits & Tales is now offering a whole host of expanded Easter items, including Baked Goods (Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Babka Buns, Cinnamon Brown Sugar Babka Buns, Carrot Oat Muffins and Black Pepper Buttermilk Biscuits), Spreads (like black pepper ricotta and raspberry chia seed jam), Deviled Eggs (with Applewood bacon, grilled scallion, or smoked paprika and parsley), Avocado Toast Kits, Smoked Salmon Kits, Cookies (Snickerdoodle, Dark Chocolate Chip Sunflower Seed, Almond Butter, Peanut Tahini and Rosemary Cocoa), and dinners, including Lamb Burgers and Mediterranean Ratatouille. Order online, or by calling 412-297-4080.
Mediterra Cafe: All Easter orders for Mediterra Cafe must be placed by Thursday at 5:00 p.m. Options include Slow-roasted lamb shoulder, lemon roasted whole chicken, sugar snap peas with a lemon yogurt dressing, duck-fat roasted potatoes, couscous, Greek pascha bread, caramelized onion ciabatta rolls, and more. Call 412-740-7064 to order.
The Warren: Get Easter Dinner to go from The Warren and Penn Cove Eatery. Dinner includes a tossed salad, ham, green bean casserole, scalloped potatoes and apple pie. It’s $25 per person, and pre-orders must be made by calling 412-201-5888 or by ordering online.
Bistro To Go: Bistro To Go Cafe & Catering is offering Easter Pans to go. Pick up cold on Saturday, April 11 or hot on Sunday, April 12. Pans (of ham, turkey, vegetable lasagna, and lots of side dishes and salads) serve six to eight. Order online.
Cenacola: This Easter, Cenacola is offering an Italian feast, with braised lamb shanks, mushroom and goat cheese polenta, roasted broccolini, greens & beans, bread, and biscotti. They’ll also have their regular menu available, half-pan family-style pastas available.
Bigham Tavern: Bigham’s Tavern is offering a ‘Big Ham’ dinner for Easter. Available for curbside pickup or delivery, the dinner is $14.95 per person, and includes ham, scalloped potatoes, roasted spring vegetables, Cole slaw, and rolls. Additional options include pierogies, buttered corn, Mac & Cheese, pies, and a Funfetti Rolled Log. Order online by Wednesday, April 8.
Lola’s Eatery: Brunch is served from Lola’s Eatery. The Lawrenceville spot is teaming up with Eleventh Hour Brewing and Enginehouse 25 Wines for an Easter Brunch Box, which comes complete with eight house-made bagels (everything, chili, plain or rosemary), assorted charcuterie or smoked salmon, cream cheese, and your choice of an adult beverage from Eleventh Hour Brewing or Engine House. Boxes are $75 each, and feed 4-6 people. Orders must be placed by emailing email@example.com by Wednesday, April 8 at 6:00 p.m. For more information, check their Instagram page.
Springhouse Market: Washington County’s Springhouse Market is offering curbside pickup for their Easter Take and Bake dinner. For $59.95, you’ll receive a hickory-smoked ham, mashed potatoes, Alabama vegetable casserole, rolls, and a pie – enough to feed a family of 4-6. They also have a la carte side options (green beans, cheese potatoes and more), Hot Cross Buns, Braided Easter Bread, and more. Order online by Tuesday, April 7 at noon.
Grand Concourse: Grand Concourse is serving take-home family meals for Easter, available with Bronzed Chicken, Broiled Seafood Cakes, Salmon Rockefeller and Roasted Prime Rib. Prices range from $49 to $99, and meals come with sides, bread and dessert. Orders are available online.
Revival on Lincoln: Revival on Lincoln in Bellevue is offering a one-day-only Easter takeout special. Individual meals are $25 per person, and include a Goat Cheese & Smoked Tomato Jam quesadilla, Caesar salad, French roll, ham, turkey, whipped potatoes with gravy, and a lemon curd bar. All orders must be placed by noon on Thursday, April 9, and curbside pickup will be Sunday, April 12 between noon and 2:00 p.m. Order online.
Atria’s: Atria’s restaruants are offering complete carryout Easter meals that serve four, which include Wedding soup or salad, bourbon maple-glazed ham and roasted turkey breast, green beans, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy for $78. A la carte ordering options are also available. Orders must be placed by Saturday, April 11 by calling 724-579-0524. More information can be found online.
Soergel Orchards: Soergel’s is offering Easter Boxes for $150 – $162.50 (depending on the type of ham you choose), and includes everything you need to create your own meal, including a boneless or bone-in half spiral cut cam, brown sugar, pineapple, frozen sweet corn, Macaroni & Cheese, Cole slaw, dinner rolls, fresh vegetables, and much more. Order online.
Sprezzatura: Pre-order your Easter meal from Millvale’s Sprezzatura by Thursday, April 9 at 1:00 p.m. by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Options serve 8-10 people, and include Vegetable Lasagna (pan for $60), Beef and Escarole Lasagna (pan for $65), Stuffed Peppers (pan for $50), Stuffed Shells (pan for $50), quarts of meatballs (eight meatballs with sauce and bread for $11), Easter bread for $5, and Easter Cannoli Cake for $18. See the full menu online.
DiAnoia’s Eatery: The Strip District eatery is offering a $35 per person Easter dinner feast, with 5-cheese lasagna, cacio e pepe polenta, Roasted and pulled leg of lamb, Easter cookies and more. Order online.
Fogo de Chão: Fogo de Chão’s new Easter offerings include an Easter Dinner Bundle, which comes with everything you need to preprae a Brazilian-inspired Easter dinner for four at home, including 20-64 ounces of a protein (including Filet Mignon, Ribeye, lamb chops, Picanha or Atlantic salmon), plus Brazilian potato salad, steam asparagus, a salad and Pao de Queijo. The Brazilian steak chain is also offering individual Easter meals to go for pickup and delivery. More information is available online.
Poor Richard’s Public House: Poor Richard’s Public House in Wexford is offering a Take & Bake Easter Dinner for $60. The meal will feed a family of four, and includes ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, Bread Works Easter Bread, and a dessert. Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant at 724-935-9870 by noon on Tuesday, April 7.
Kimberley Ashlee Catering: Caterer Kimberley Ashlee has been offering family-style meals for delivery for the last few weeks, including a special Easter dinner. Easter menu options include Roasted Beef Tenderloin, Herb and Garlic Roasted Turkey Breast or Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb, and meals include an appetizer, salad, three sides and a dessert. Prices range from $80 to $99 for meals for two. Order by Thursday, April 9 at 4:00 p.m. by calling or texting 412-855-1309 or via email email@example.com
Bella Sera: Canonsburg’s Bella Sera is serving Easter-at-Home dinners, including two entrees (honey-glazed ham, chicken Romano, Beef Marsala, Sausage & Peppers or grilled salmon), plus sides, soup, salads and desserts. Meals for four start at $100, and additional servings are $24.95. The full menu is available online, and orders may be placed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, April 9.
Capital Grille: The Capital Grille Downtown has a takeout Easter dinner that serves two ($95) or four to six ($185) and includes salad, rolls, a whole rack of bone-in filet, grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes and apple crostata. Additional items, like rib roasts, lobster bisque, Shrimp Cocktail and lobster Mac & Cheese can also be added. The full menu is available online, and orders may be placed by calling 412-338-9100.
Cracker Barrel: Cracker Barrel locations in and around Pittsburgh are offering Heat and Serve Easter meals to go that serve 10, and start at $129.99. Meals include a spiral-sliced sugar-cured ham, hashbrown casserole, three sides, sweet yeast rolls, and two buttermilk pies. Order information can be found online.
More Easter Options
Enrico Biscotti is taking orders for Easter Bread for in-store and curbside pickup. Order by calling 412-281-2602.
Original Oyster House: The Original Oyster House is offering a Good Friday special – with every $25 to-go order, guests will receive an Easter Basket filled with holiday classics like Peeps and candy, some Oyster House swag, including hot sauce, vinegar and an Original Oyster House T-shirt, and a quarantine necessity – a roll of toilet paper.
If you know of any other Easter takeout options, let us know in the comments.