Our list includes chains not in NYC, because NYC on the Cheap has lots of followers outside the greatest city on the planet. Be sure to tip your waitstaff well, since they are giving up their holiday to serve you.
Bob Evans:– Easter Farmhouse Feast includes hickory-smoked ham, home style mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, coleslaw, rolls and lemon supreme pie for dessert. Serving four for $49.99, or up to eight people for $79.99. Price may vary by location.
Boston Market:– Hand Carved Ham Special with two home style sides, freshly baked cornbread and a slice of apple pie is $11.99 dine-in and carry-out.
Brann’s Steakhouse & Sports Grille:– Steak & Lobster for $19.99 or Prime Rib for $15.99, both served with two sides and rolls. Bistro Desserts $2.99. 18 oz. Margaritas & 20 oz. drafts are $3.49. Call ahead for seating and takeout reservations.
Chevys Fresh Mex: Brunch menu starts at 9 am. Huevos Rancheros $10.99, Carne Asada & Eggs $14.99, Pozole $6.99, Chilaquiles Rojo $9.99, Street Fruit $6.99, Churro Pancakes $10.99, Kids Combo $6.99. Prices may vary by location.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit: Barbecue Honey Ham and other options include baked potato casserole, green beans with bacon, Caesar salad and a dozen buttery rolls for $99.95. The Barbecue Honey Ham is also available for individual order for $59.95.
El Torito: Made-to-order omelets, hand-made tortillas, fresh fruit and salads, our decked-out taco bar, and your choice of desserts and bottomless mimosas. Adults $20.99, Kids $6.99. Served until 3 pm.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar: Easter Brunch is $39.95 for adults and $18.95 for a three-course menu featuring Eggs Benedict, Prime Rib Hash and Prime Rib. Available 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Make a reservation here to receive a $25 dning card to use on a future visit.
HomeTown Buffet: Traditional Easter ham, prime rib and sweet Easter-themed desserts. While supplies last, Easter weekend diners receive a Two Can Dine for $15.99 coupon (valid with two beverage purchases) that is redeemable through May 2.
Joe’s Crab Shack: Free slice of Pineapple Upside Down Cake during Easter Weekend. Must print or display the Facebook page link to redeem.
Mimi’s Cafe: Family-style Smoked Ham served with potatoes au gratin, apricot chutney, and broccoli topped with creamy cheese sauce. Entrees include Bouillabaisse, Coq au Vin, Burger au Fromage, Slow-roasted Turkey, Pot Pie, Fish & Chips.
Morton’s The Steakhouse: Steak & Lobster Special for $55. Hours vary by location.
Old Country Buffet and sibling chain Ryan’s – Serving a special Easter menu all weekend, including traditional Easter ham, prime rib and sweet Easter-themed desserts. While supplies last, those who visit the restaurants during Easter weekend will receive a Two Can Dine for $15.99 coupon (valid with two beverage purchases) that is redeemable from April 21 to May 2.
On The Border – Free brunch entree with brunch entree purchase with this coupon at participating locations. Brunch entrees start at $5.99.
Outback Steakhouse – Forget the chocolate bunnies. Get a free kids meal w/ any adult entree on Easter. Just say “Kids Eat Free” to your server.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House: Many locations are opening early at 12:00 noon on Easter Sunday. Ruth’s Classics three-course menu starting at $42.95 is available at participating locations, including Jumbo Sea Scallops with Lemon-Ginger Sauce, 6 oz. Filet and 5 oz. Caribbean Lobster Tail. Dessert choices include Toasted Coconut & Pineapple Bread Pudding with Macadamia Chocolate Bark. Reservations are recommended.
Taco Bueno – 20% off purchase of $10 or more on Easter Sunday.
UNO – Kids eat free all weekend long with purchase of an adult entree. Mention “Easter Weekend Deal” you you place your order. Participating locations only.
Be sure to tip your waitstaff well, since they are giving up their holiday to serve you.