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With so many dining options here in foodie-fabulous SoFlo, we thought we’d help you out with a list — in no particular order — of some of our favorite restaurant offers for Easter and Passover in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Passover is April 15-23 and Easter is April 17.
- Keep in mind that many restaurants will also have their regular a la carte menus as well.
- Also remember that prices may not include taxes and gratuities.
- And keep coming back to this post to see updates and additions.
Mama Gizzi’s Gourmet Pasta
Mama Gizzi’s has several “No Drama Mama” take-and-bake options and other menu items ranging from $12 for pasta to $100 for a full tray of meat lasagna. Other dishes include baked rigatoni, white Italian mac n cheese, eggplant parmesan, savory Easter pies and bread, flavored breads and rolls as well as custom-made desserts.
4 Rivers Smokehouse is offering an Easter Feast take-home family meal with simple reheat instructions. The options can serve anywhere five to 20 guests and roughly range in cost from $39.99 to $69.99. For local pickups, you must order by Wednesday, April 13 for pickup on Saturday, April 16.
- Selections include smoked meats such as signature Angus brisket, smoked turkey, boneless ham and smoked salmon.
- The traditional holiday side dishes offered include BBQ baked beans, southern green beans, and mac and cheese with quart sizes in the $10.79-$13.79 range.
- For dessert there is an exclusive Bunny Cake.
Yonutz Fantastical Donuts & Ice Cream
121 NW 136th Ave., Sunrise. 954-846-1115. Yonutz.com.
Yonutz is offering Easter Mini and Deluxe Donut Assortments. Both assortments are available in-store, online and will be available on Uber Eats, GrubHub and DoorDash starting Monday, March 21-Monday, April 18.
- The Easter Deluxe Assortment for $29.95 has half a dozen big doughnuts topped with marshmallows, pretzels as well as Easter eggs and carrots filled with candies.
- The Easter Mini Donut Assortment comes in boxes of four for $5.95, 16 for $19.95, 24 for $29.95 and 48 for $59.95. The box will have doughnuts decorated with Fruity Pebbles, confetti sprinkles, Nerds candy, Oreo Carrot Cake Cookies and chocolates.
166 N. Compass Way, Dania Beach. 954-802-7543. Marriott.com.
This restaurant inside the Marriott Fort Lauderdale Airport will serve an Easter brunch from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, April 17 for $45.95 per person. You can have unlimited mimosas and draft beer for an additional $22. Some of the dishes offered include crab cake eggs Benedict, ricotta pancakes with blueberry compote and bacon mac n cheese.
For Passover chef Michael Hackman and his team will prepare traditional items for pickup and for Easter they will curate prepared meals-to-go.
- The Passover menu includes matzah ball soup for $24 (one quart, four balls); braised lamb shank with glazed carrots and golden raisins for $26 per person; a whole roasted free-range chicken and tabbouleh with dates and sliced almonds for $38 (feeds 2-3 people). For dessert there are two 10-inch cakes you can order for $60 each: a flourless chocolate expresso cake or an apple almond cake. Pickup is Friday, April 15 after 2 p.m.
- There will be an Easter Family Box for four people that costs $150. The meal-to-go includes honey spiral ham, spinach artichoke dip, pumpernickel loaf, deviled eggs, charred asparagus, three-cheese mac and corn bread.
- You can also have bakery add-ons such as brioche pull-apart rolls for $18, whole quiche for $42 (spinach, tomato parmesan or Lorraine), a whole Key lime for $55 (8–10 slices), an apple almond cake for $65, a whole carrot cake for $65 (12 servings), coconut cake for $65 and a dozen jalapeno cheddar biscuits for $36. Pickup is Saturday, April 16 1-4 p.m.
On Thursday, April 14 executive chef Jordan Salvador will have a five-course prix fixe dinner called “The Last Supper” for $70. The menu includes:
- Amuse bouche — a choice of red or white wine served with artisan cheese and crackers
- Appetizer — a choice of tuna tar-taki, Thai beef carpaccio or garlic-bloomed mussel and clam
- Salad — “strawberry fields forever”
- Entrée — a choice of chicken or salmon Florentine as well as a choice of grilled pork chop or ribeye (an additional $5)
- Dessert — “peeping” carrot cake with Counter Culture Coffee
100 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. 954-468-3583. EddieV.com.
Eddie V’s is offering a three-course prix fixe brunch menu on Easter Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for $49 per adult and $15 per child. Dishes will include lobster quiche, roasted avocado with jumbo lump crab and steak and eggs. . There will also be brunch cocktails such as mimosas, bloody Marys and bellinis.
This lakeside eatery at Parkland Commons Shopping Center will have brunch on April 17 with suggested seatings at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. although you can make a reservation for a preferred time between 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
The cost is $50 per adult, $25 per child ages 3-12 (free for children under 3).
- There will be stands for beef carving, breakfast, shawarma and French baked goods
- And stations for fish, omelets, made-to-order pastas, salads and desserts
- The raw bar will have sushi, ceviche, lobster, shrimp, oysters and crab.
Five locations in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Sunrise, Palm Beach Gardens and Coral Gables. Seasons52.com.
All South Florida locations of Seasons 52 will have a la carte Easter brunch entrées in the $16-$24 range in the dining room from 10 a.m-2 p.m. Selections include crab and cheddar quiche, French toast and shrimp and grits. Cocktails such as mimosas, sangrias, bloody Marys and rosé lemonade will also be available.
Additionally Seasons 52 will offer an Easter Green Box To Go ranging from $125 to $195 and featuring three courses including a choice of apricot-glazed spiral ham, cedar-plank-roasted salmon or wood-grilled beef tenderloin. You also get a salad, two sides and six mini-indulgence desserts (three cookies ‘n’ cream and three raspberry chocolate chip cannoli). Each Green Box dinner serves four to six people and will be chilled and ready for you to warm at home. The Easter Green Boxes will be ready for pickup on April 16.
The South Florida locations will have a prix fixe menu of Brunch Chef Specials on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for $42 per adult and $25 per child. Dishes will include a lobster frittata with butter-poached lobster tails, a 14-ounce bone-in dry-aged NY strip and eggs and an 8-ounce center cut filet mignon and white cheddar hash browns. Mimosas will also be available.
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Chef Rick “BBQ King” Mace will have ready-to-heat meals for Easter. Orders must be placed by Wednesday, April 13, and will be available for pickup Saturday, April 16, and Sunday, April 17, between 11:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. The options include:
- Smoked heritage ham for $75 as well as braised prime certified Angus brisket for $80 for a half and a whole brisket for $150.
- Sides, which serve two to four people, include sweet corn pudding for $22, mac and cheese for $22, house salad for $20 and Tropical’s Heavenly Cornbread, also for $20.
- Dessert choices include chef Mace’s carrot cake with pineapple, pecans and cream cheese frosting for $25
- There will also be a Family Meal (serves four to six people) for $145 with heritage ham, sweet corn pudding, mac and cheese, house salad, cornbread and carrot cake.
Throw Social Delray Beach
The dishes will include bourbon French toast, cheese hash browns, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages as well as biscuits and gravy.
There will also be stations for made-to-order omelets, ham carving, prime rib carving, salads, smoked salmon as well as Danishes and muffins.
Throw Social in Delray Beach.