Food is an important part of every holiday, and Easter week is no different. Take advantage of one of these brunch and dinner meal deals from national restaurant chains, to eat in or take out. rounded up by our friends at Offers.com
Some deals are available only Easter weekend, others into the middle of April.
Reservations are recommended.
Tip generously, because kitchen staff and wait staff is giving up their holiday to serve you.
- Please read all coupon details and call your local store to make sure the offer is eligible for your location.
As always wi:th national chain deals, we are publishing chains with no NYC locations, because we have followers everywhere, and because our NYC followers travel to places where there are these outlets.
Alphabetically, since that’s the only fair way
Give the ham a break this Easter and switch it up with an island-style Caribbean Bundle to-go from Bahama Breeze. Bundles featuring Seafood Paella, Grilled Chicken with Cilantro-Crema, Jerk Chicken Wings and Baby Back Ribs feed up to four people and come fully cooked with sides, salad and Cuban bread, starting at $34.99.
Baked by Melissa:
Load up those Easter baskets with treats from Baked by Melissa.
Their limited-edition Easter cupcakes would make a perfect dessert choice for your at-home brunch. The Hoppy Treats Cupcakes pack of six, includes six different flavors, comes in a bundle of four for $34 and is available until April 14.
Kick back this Easter and let Bonefish Grill hook you and the family up with delicious, seasonal fish offerings.
From Friday, April 2, through Sunday, April 4, take advantage of their Easter weekend specials featuring either a Mahi or Shrimp Family Bundle.
The bundle feeds up to five people and includes a choice of house or Caesar salad and a choice of family-style sides like garlic mashed potatoes or seasonal veggies. It also includes fresh bread with pesto and freshly baked cookies for only $49.90. Orders are available for carryout at Bonefish or order delivery through UberEats or DoorDash.
Additionally, Bonefish restaurants are open on Easter Sunday, April 4, should you choose to enjoy your Easter meal with them.
Carrabba’s Italian Grill:
Through April 4, stop by your local Carrabba’s Italian Grill to enjoy their spring specials like the limited-time Tuscan-Grilled Lamb Chops for $26.99, the Mahi Wulfe for $21.49 or Chicken Piccata for $17.99. Not willing to change out of your bunny slippers? No problem, these offerings also come as a Family Bundle to-go to feed up to five people and served with a fresh salad and bread, they’re available for car-side carryout or delivery.
Carvel Ice Cream:
The ultimate Easter dessert is either the Bunny Robert Cake or the Bunny Robin Cake because, Carvel is right, they are Cute as bunnies. Delicious as cake.
Each cake has two layers—one is chocolate, the other vanilla, separated by a layer of Crunchies. Carvel says it serves between 8 and 10 people, but nobody says you have to share.
Prices can be more or less than $21.99, so check your nearest location for price.
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen:
Choose Fall-Off-The-Plate Baby Back Ribs, hand-breaded Chicken Tenders, Grilled Salmon or a combination.
These takeout Family Bundles include a choice of two family-sized sides and a half-dozen signature Honey Butter Croissants, starting at $24.99. Add a slice of their Classic Cheesecake topped with strawberry purée for just $4.99 each. Order online or on the Cheddars app.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store:
Cracker Barrel’s popular classic, their Easter Heat n’ Serve meal, including spiral-sliced sugar-cured ham, is available in two sizes: Feast and Family Dinner.
They’ve also launched a new campaign: Spring Into the Season, featuring a home-style Prime Rib Heat n’ Serve meal as well as Baskets for Every Occasion. Serving between four and six people, both Family Dinners are available to pick up between April 2 and April 4.
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood:
Enjoy a four-course family-style Easter dinner, featuring a shrimp cocktail starter, choice of Herb-Roasted Beef Tenderloin or Chilean Sea Bass entrée, grilled asparagus, three-cheese au gratin potatoes and Bananas Foster Butter Cake for dessert.
The chilled, ready-to-reheat-at-home dinners serve two people for $150 or between four and six people for $250.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar:
Open on April 3 and 4 from 11 a.m., Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar will be offering a three-course Filet Mignon menu, starting at $85.
The full menu also is available as well as a children’s three-course meal. If you’d prefer to dine at home, take advantage of their Filet Wellington Holiday Family Meal to-go special which includes a salad, side of crispy Brussels sprouts with bacon and a side of mashed potatoes for $300, serving four to six people.
Fogo de Chao:
Open for Easter Sunday and offering g the full Churrasco experience for FREE to kids six and under and half price for those ages 7 to 12,
Fogo de Chao will be serving a special brunch menu from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., and then a special dinner menu from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. at all locations.
For those looking to dine at home, choose a ready-to-eat Easter Day to-go package that serves six people. It’s available for pickup or delivery on Saturday, April 3.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop:
Feed your entire family of eight for just $50 with a Taco Family Meal from Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. Serving a smaller group, say four to six people? They’ll hook you up for just $35.
With the Family Meal, you’ll get your choice of two meats, two sides, all the fixings plus chips, salsa and Fuzzy’s famous queso.
Gordon Biersch Brewery:
Through April 4, order your Adult Easter Basket to-go from Gordon Biersch Brewery
Choose from the Adult Easter Party Basket (choice of a starter, choice of four entrées and one growler of beer) for $75, Couples Adult Easter Basket (choice of a starter or dessert, choice of two entrées and two Twistee Cans) for $40 or the Family Easter Basket (choice of a starter, choice of four entrées and a dessert) for $70
Honey Baked Ham:
Get your Easter party hoppin’ by placing your order with Honey Baked Ham early (between March 30 and 31), and get $5 off any size Bone-In Half Ham (buy online and pick up in store using code: 727206).
Purchase a Signature Honey Baked Ham Meal or the Honey Baked Ham & Turkey Feast and also receive $5 off when you buy online and pick up in the store using code: 727207. Not valid on shipped orders.
Coupons to print and take to the store can be found here.
Kansas City Steak Company:
Save $150 on the Easter Essential Duo Special from Kansas City Steak. The special, featuring two Super Trimmed™ 6-ounce Filet Mignon, two 6-ounce each Top Sirloin, two 10-ounce each Boneless Ribeyes, two 10-ounce each Kansas City Strip Steaks and two 18-ounce each Porterhouse Steaks is on sale for $199.75.
Check out all of their Easter Dinner specials and place your order now.
On Easter Sunday, guests can dine in at Kona Grill where they will be serving a Honey Ham Brunch for $20, an Easter Ham Dinner (available all day) for $30, Lobster Potstickers (dinner only) for $19 and Carrot Cake for $15.
Takeout and delivery options include an Easter Ham Dinner for Two for $70 or a single serving for $30.
Perfect for a casual Easter meal, beginning March 30, Ledo Pizza will be offering a Family Feast. For $34.99, enjoy an 18-inch one-topping pizza, an Italian salad and six Jumbo Wings.
If you’ve got six to eight people hopping over to your place for Easter this year, consider The Ultimate Roadhouse Feast which is available with a 24-hour advance preorder, either hot and ready-to-eat or to take-and-bake, through April 3.
The Ultimate Feast, which includes a choice of six entrées (Prime Rib, Grilled Meatloaf, BBQ Pulled Pork, Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs, Mesquite-Grilled Pork Chops or Roasted Turkey), a large garden salad, two family-size sides, Logan’s famous Mississippi Brownie and a dozen made-from-scratch rolls, starts at just $89.99.
If you’d like to leave the dishes to Logan’s, you’re invited into their dining room for an eggs-cellent Easter weekend celebration. As a special Easter treat, all children (age 12 and under) will receive an Easter egg containing a FREE Kids Meal voucher to use on a future visit.
Through April 4, Metro Diner is offering up a host of Easter dining options this year. Dine-in and enjoy sit-down service, featuring baked ham or roasted turkey with cranberry sauce and delicious sides like mashed potatoes and gravy, French-style green beans, cornbread stuffing and apple bread pudding for $14.99 each.
On Easter Sunday, they will be open during their regular dining hours. If that sounds like the ideal menu but you’d rather take it home and reheat it, the meal is available to order as an individual dinner plate for $14.99, as a meal for four for $59.99 or to feed a group of eight for $109.99.
Ordering instructions and pickup hours can be found here.
My Grandma’s Coffee Cake:
Make Easter special in a majorly mini way this year by ordering up a pack of six mini cakes from My Grandma’s Coffee Cake for only $26.
Choose from Cinnamon Walnut & Chocolate Chip or Pumpkin Spice & Cinnamon. The Easter Mini Cake Special, which includes FREE standard shipping, can be found on their Instagram page.
You’ll want to hop online quick like a bunny to order your Easter Elegance at Home
The set menu serves four to six people with a choice of Pine Nut Crusted Rack of Lamb for $249 or Roasted Salmon for $189. Both entrées include Roasted Garlic Fingerling Potatoes and Lemon Asparagus, Ocean Prime House Salad, Sourdough Rolls, Pretzel Bread and Whipped Butter.
Family-perfect meals to-go feature three favorite Italian classics. A Family Bundle, with a large pan of classic Lasagna, Fettucine Alfredo or Chicken Parmigiana, together with a jumbo house salad and breadsticks, would be a sure crowd pleaser. The Large Family-Style Lasagna Bundle serves up to 12 people for $86.99, the Chicken Parmigiana serves four to six for $42.49 and the Fettucine Alfredo also serves four to six and is priced at $59.49.
Order online and have your meal delivered safely to your car at the curbside of your local Olive Garden restaurant.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille:
Featuring a special Easter menu in their dining rooms on April 2 and offering an Easter Feast for four to take out from April 2 through April 4, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is going all out to make your holiday special.
Enjoy Easter Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. or dinner from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. Whether you choose the 8-ounce Filet Creole Benedict for $44 for brunch, the three-course Sunday Supper featuring Perry’s Famous Pork Chop for $39 for dinner or go with something from their full menu, which will also be available, you really can’t go wrong choosing Perry’s for your Easter meal.
Rock Bottom Brewery:
From April 1 through April 4, Rock Bottom Brewery is offering to-go Adult Easter Party Baskets that include a choice of a starter, choice of four entrées and one growler of beer for $75. They also put together a Couples Adult Easter Basket that includes a choice of a starter or dessert, a choice of two entrées and two Twistee Cans for $40.
They’ve got families covered too with their Family Easter Basket. It presents a choice of a starter, choice of four entrées and choice of dessert for $70.
Romano’s Macaroni Grill:
On Sunday, April 4, all dining rooms will be open and serving classic dishes like Chicken Parmesan and Mom’s Ricotta Meatballs and Spaghetti. For those looking to stay at home but let someone else do the heavy lifting, Macaroni Grill will be offering takeout and delivery of its entire menu. Our suggestion?
Take advantage of their Feast for Five. It includes a choice of Spaghetti Bolognese, Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo, Sausage Rigatoni or Pasta Milano with Rosa’s Signature Caesar Salad and Rosemary Peasant Bread for $25.
Open on Easter Sunday, join RPM Italian as early as noon for an exceptional holiday meal which will be available until 9 p.m.
They will be serving specials like Braised Lamb Shank and Sweet Pea Raviolini, as well as items from the regular RPM Italian menu. RPM Italian also makes celebrating at home easy with a three-course Easter Dinner package that serves two and includes fresh house-made ricotta, Tuscan Kale and Spinach Salad, Spaghetti Carbonara, Crispy Heritage Chicken, Tiramisu and more for $85, plus tax.
This special package is available for carryout from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. on April 4, but you will need to place your order ahead of time.
Bring it home with a special at-home Easter Feast for four. This exceptional meal features a choice of salad (Caesar or Steak House Salad), Roasted Beef Tenderloin, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Spinach and Cheesecake for $180.
You can pre-order your Easter Feast through March 31 for pick up on April 4. Guests dining in at their local Ruth’s Chris can enjoy the regular menu and spring features like a Tomahawk for two.
To-go offerings feature three courses of freshly prepared favorites, including a choice of Glazed Spiral Ham, a Whole Side of Cedar Plank Roasted Salmon or Wood-Grilled Beef Tenderloin, plus salad, roasted green beans, choice of an additional side and Mini Indulgence desserts. These to-go meals, available to pick up on April 2 and 3, are chilled and ready to warm at home. Each dinner serves two people, starting at $55 or four to six people, starting at $100.
Or, eat in. Easter Brunch will also be available in their dining rooms, with selections such as Crab and Cheddar Quiche, Upright French Toast and Wood-Grilled Shrimp and Grits. Reservations are strongly recommended.
Open on Sunday, April 4 for lunch and dinner, Sullivan’s Steakhouse invites you to skip the cooking and focus on family.
Celebrating at home? Enjoy Sullivan’s Fare For Five. For only $115 – or around $20 per person – guests can choose one salad, two side dishes, and two signature proteins, such as five Burger Sliders, a 16-ounce Sliced Filet, a 24-ounce Sliced Ribeye, a 24-ounce Chicken Breast, a 20-ounce Grilled Salmon or Five 4-ounce Crab Cakes for takeout or delivery.
On Sunday, April 4, STK Steakhouse is offering guests an opportunity to join them for Easter brunch and dinner where the offerings include King Crab Deviled Eggs for $29 and Roasted Rack of Lamb for $69. Ham, Egg and Truffle Fries for $29 is on the ticket for brunch and Honey Citrus Glazed Ham, featuring grilled giant shrimp, almond green beans, pickled mustard seeds, brussels sprouts coleslaw and parmesan mashed potatoes for $49 is the way to go for dinner.
The takeout options are just as delicious with the Honey Citrus Glazed Ham meal for two for $85 and $45 for a single serving.
Enjoy a hoppy holiday from Taco John’s where they are giving away a FREE $2 Chicken, Bacon Guacamole Street Taco.
When a guest orders any size, regular-priced Pepsi product, using the Taco John’s app, they can redeem an offer for their FREE taco from the offers tab within the app.
The Capital Grille:
For a truly luxurious and relaxing Easter Sunday, join The Capital Grille for an exclusive, three-course prix fixe brunch menu, featuring favorites like the Southern classic Shrimp & Grits, Lobster Frittata and Wagyu Strip Steak and Eggs. The full dinner menu will also be available all day. Easter Brunch is priced at $49 for adults and $15 for children.
The Capital Grille is also taking great care of customers wishing to celebrate at home. They’ve created a three-course dinner ready to warm and serve, featuring Whole Rack of Bone-In Filet as the main course and accompaniments to share. It is available for pickup on April 3, from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. or on April 4 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. Get your online order in early.