Atlanta’s Best Restaurants Offer Delicious Take-Out Offerings for Sunday, April 12
ATLANTA – Get ready to experience Easter in a whole new way this year. Once online Easter services come to an end, it’s time to head into the dining room to enjoy a delicious meal from Atlanta’s best chefs. Our city’s finest restaurants have adapted the way they normally serve Easter meals by offering bountiful take-out spreads that guests can enjoy at home. Act quickly as there’s limited time to place orders. Unless otherwise noted, prices do not include tax or gratuity.
Cowboy Chicken in McDonough is featuring $5 off its Family Meals all day Easter Sunday. Orders can be placed online or through the mobile app for curbside pickup, pronto pick-up or free delivery on orders of $15 or more. The regular menu also will be available. 770-629-2774; www.cowboychicken.com.
HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern in Brookhaven and Dunwoody are serving take-home Easter brunches for families. Each meal costs $59 and includes spring vegetable quiche, one pound of sliced ham, 10 buttermilk biscuits, butter and jelly, and a bottle of Champagne with 16 ounces of orange juice or four beers. To place an order, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the restaurant. Orders need to be placed 48 hours in advance due to limited quantity. Brookhaven: 404-464-8971. Dunwoody: 470-395-7904; www.hobnobatlanta.com.
For a Mexican-style Easter brunch, Lazy Llama Cantina sets forth a family meal to-go for four to six people. Included are 12 tacos migas, chopped salad, queso, chips and salsa, and a bottle of Champagne with 16 ounces of orange juice or four beers. Cost is $59. Email email@example.com or call to place an order. 404-968-2288; lazyllamacantina.com.
Celebrate Easter with a Milton’s Easter To-Go experience. The $150 package serves four and features an eight-pound spiral-cut ham with maple-mustard glaze, smoked cheddar mac n’ cheese, bacon-smothered green beans and lemon pound cake bundlettes for dessert. Order online and pick up on Easter Sunday, April 12 between 11 a.m.-8 p.m. 770-817-0161; www.miltonscuisine.com.
Murphy’s is offering a special take-out menu for Easter Sunday. Featured entrées include a choice of citrus-marinated Atlantic salmon (24 ounces) or whisky maple glazed bone-in ham (7-8 pounds) and four delicious sides including green bean casserole and mashed sweet potatoes. Price is $75, and the meal feeds a family of four. Complement the meal with wine from Murphy’s Wine Shop. Place orders online by Thursday, April 9 for pick up on Saturday, April 11 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. in Murphy’s parking lot. The restaurant will be closed on Easter Sunday. 404-872-0904; murphysatlanta.com.
Ray’s on the River and Ray’s at Killer Creek are bringing their classic buffet experience to people’s homes this Easter. The featured entrées are herb-encrusted prime rib, Springer Mountain panko-breaded chicken tenders and garlic-studded leg of lamb. Each buffet also includes a selection of starters; classic iceberg wedge and grape tomato and fresh mozzarella salads; sides such as roasted apple cider Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, baked three-cheese macaroni and cheese and classic green bean casserole; and desserts of warm lemon buttercake with blueberry compote and Otis Spunkmeyer chocolate chip cookies. The take-home buffet serves four to six people and costs $150. Complement the meal with wine or a mimosa kit for an additional fee. Orders must be placed by Wednesday, April 8 with pick up on Friday or Saturday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Ray’s on the River: 770-955-1187. Ray’s at Killer Creek: 770-649-0064; www.raysrestaurants.com.
Red Beard Restaurants has Easter covered with a family meal to feed four adults. The meal includes a choice of Coca-Cola braised pot roast or cornbread and apple-stuffed pork roast served with fresh green beans with almonds and lemon, smoked Gouda potatoes au gratin, Sea Island peas with Carolina Gold rice, fresh yeast milk rolls and Revival’s own peach cobbler. Cost is $125. Place orders online by Wednesday, April 8 at 10 a.m. for pick up at Revival in Decatur on Saturday, April 11 between 9 a.m.-12 p.m.