While much of Las Vegas is shut down because of the coronavirus closures, many local restaurants are offering up fantastic meals for Easter Sunday that the whole family can enjoy.
Gov. Sisolak mentioned last week that this wasn’t the time for Easter dinner with the entire clan, but that doesn’t apply to single-household families who have been staying together under one roof during this time of quarantine.
If you didn’t plan to make a feast this Easter with everything going on, we totally understand. Let these restaurants do the heavy lifting so you can enjoy a tasty, stress-free celebration with your loved ones while supporting these Las Vegas restaurants.
The beloved Hibachi-style restaurant at Fashion Show is making a feast for a family of 6 to enjoy this Easter. Meat combos to choose from include chicken and shrimp, steak and chicken, or steak and shrimp.
All meals come with their signature Hibachi vegetables, Hibachi chicken rice, Benihana salad, and homemade dipping sauces.
Treat your family to this Hibachi-style Easter dinner for $95.
From 11am-3pm, Honey Salt will be offering a brunch menu that you won’t want to miss out on. It serves a family of four at the cost of $130.
It features their Easter monkey bread, greek yogurt parfaits, crispy potatoes, corn-flake French toast, and weekend frittatas.
If dinner is more up your alley, you can order between 4pm-7pm. It also serves a family of up to four for between $145-$160. Dinner will include your choice of the brown sugar baked ham or roast beef.
It’s served with dinner rolls, gilcrease asparagus salad, crush fingerling potatoes, roasted heirloom carrots, and caramel banana bread pudding for dessert.
Be sure to pre-order to get your meals reserved, as items are limited.
Big Jerk Carribean
In addition to their normal offerings, Big Jerk Carribean is featuring a special Jerk Pork entrée for the Easter holiday, and will be offered until the end of April. It will come served with their signature cabbage.
Their full menu is available for takeout or delivery through GrubHub or UberEats.
Marie Callendar’s Ham Dinner Family Meal goes for $49 and will serve up to four people.
It’s a simple and delicious bundle including Easter favorites oven-rated ham, glaze, mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables, and a signature pie of your choice.
The seafood specialty restaurant Bonefish Grill is offering up their Easter Dinner Family Bundles. It serves a family of up to five people for just under $50.
The bundle will include wood-grilled Mahi fish, jumbo shrimp served with citrus aioli, choice of house or Caesar salad, along with some delectable sides the whole family can enjoy.
Those sides include bacon mac-and-cheese, seasonal vegetables, bread with pesto, and cheesecake and fresh cookies for dessert.
For an additional $15, you can add a bottle of wine to the feast!
Bootlegger Italian Bistro
For $58, your family can indulge in an Italian-style feast that will feed up to four.
For entrees, your family can choose between chicken breast masala, chicken breast Milanese, chicken breast cacciatore, or chicken breast picatta.
For filling sides, choose between mashed potatoes, bow-tie alfredo pasta, or penne pasta with marinara sauce.
You’ll also get a choice between Insalata di Casa or Instalata Cesar salad, with a side of fresh sautéed vegetables.
For dessert, it’s classic apple pie.
For other full-on Italian options, Buca Di Bepo and Maggiano’s Little Italy are also offering up Easter bundles.
More Options for a Great Easter Feast
Here are other fantastic restaurants in the valley that are serving up their own spin of an Easter feast that you might want to check out if you’re familiar with them:
The Capital Grille, a fine dining restaurant & steakhouse
Kitchen Table and Kitchen Table Squared, Latin American brunch cuisine
Rooster Boy Café, locally sourced breakfast cuisine
The Stirling Club, American and seafood cuisine
Wolfgang Puck’s Player Locker, Sports-style restaurant serving bar food
First Easter in Quarantine
Well, this Easter Sunday will certainly be one that we’ve all collectively never experienced before, with it being the first Easter being spent in quarantine.
But while that might not mean that common Easter traditions, like attending live church or going on an Easter egg hunt with the entire family, can’t take place in the same way, there are ways to work around it.
Many churches will be streaming their services live, and your immediate family can still have an Easter egg hunt around the house! What’s better is that you can have one of these carefully prepared Easter feasts show up at your door without even lifting a finger.
What are your Easter plans? Will you be placing an order with any of these restaurants? We’d love to know what you have going on at your home.
We want to wish you and your family a safe and healthy holiday. Happy Easter, everyone!