Where to Order Passover or Easter Dinner for Pickup

 

Quick trips to the store for even weekly grocery supplies can take a lot of planning, then trying to keep holiday cooking the same this week will just add stress. Area restaurants are here to help with your Easter and Seder needs, creating meals to try to keep the holidays as normally tasty as possible.

 

Easter Dinner

Ham at Prairie Grass Cafe.

 

Gemini in Lincoln Park

 

Where: 2075 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago

 

Cost: $195

 

Order: Call 773-525-2522 by April 10

 

The family-style three-course dinner feeds 4-6 people and includes: Honey-baked ham with mustard-rosemary glaze; sides including white cheddar potato gratin, asparagus with lemon vinaigrette, maple glazed carrots with parsley butter; served with Parker house rolls & whipped butter; shaved Brussels sprouts and baby kale salad with toasted pine nuts, dried currants, manchego cheese and a sour cherry-balsamic vinaigrette; mini coconut cake with passion fruit filling and buttercream frosting dessert; wine and cocktails available for additional cost.

 

The Goddess & Grocer

 

Where: Locations in Bucktown, River North, Gold Coast and O’Hare.

 

Cost: Varies

 

Order: Call 773-292-7100 by noon April 9

 

The menu features brunch for 6-8 people (pastries, frittatas, apple bourbon french toast, berries, smoked salmon platter, banana bread or blackberry lemon pound cake) or dinner for 8-10 people with appetizers (cheese board, deviled eggs or goat cheese tarts), salad (house, spring, potato or kale), main Courses (salmon, chicken, beef brisket, ham or lamb), sides by the pound (mashed potatoes, roasted Yukon potatoes, asparagus, carrots, Brussel sprouts or dinner rolls), desserts (cupcakes, cookies, cake pops, chocolate Easter nest or carrot cake cheesecake), plus whole cakes, and wine offerings.

 

Prairie Grass Cafe

 

Where: 601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook

 

Cost: Varies by choice of entree

 

Order: Call 847-205-4433 by April 9

 

There are four choices of entree (sliced ham, moussaka, halibut or strudel of spring greens) to join a spring green salad, grilled asparagus and carrot cake. Your guests can choose their favorite entree or your kids can try something new.

 

Artopolis

 

Where: 306 S. Halsted Street, Chicago

 

Cost: Varies by dish

 

Order: Call 312-559-9000 for Greek Easter

 

Greek Easter order options include Bakery Items (Tsoureki Basket, Tsoureki, Easter Cookies or Red Easter Eggs), Gift Baskets (for boys or girls, friends or a market basket) and Artopitas (mini or large).

 

Athena

 

Where: 212 S. Halsted St., Chicago,

 

Cost: Varies by dish

 

Order: Call 312-655-0000, leaving 48 hours notice for Greek Easter

 

Dinner includes choice of avgolemono, pastitsio, dolmades, spanakopoita, beef or chicken kebobs, Greek salad, whole roasted leg of lamb, rice pilaf, green beans and oven roasted potatoes.

 

Found Kitchen & Social House

 

Where: 1631 Chicago Avenue, Evanston

 

Cost: $125, serves 4

 

Order: By April 10, 586.436.0065 or email events@foundkitchen.com

 

Dinner options include Starters (morning breads, mixed grains and greens, green bean casserole), choice of two mains (quiche, maple glazed ham, lamb provencal, eggplant moussaka, beef tenderloin), choice of one side (cheesy double baked potato, herb roasted fingerling potatoes) and choice of two mini desserts (blueberry crumble, crepes with jam, cookie, profiterole with vanilla mousseline). Mimosas or Bloody Marys extra.

 

Cobblestone European Bistro and Cider House

 

Where: 4337 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago

 

Cost: Free up to $25 per person, $40 per couple or $50 per family

 

Order: 773-935-2255

 

Easter dinner options include Soups & Salads (chicken & vegetable broth, zucchini bisque, Caesar salad, crunchy turkey salad), Starters (potato pancakes, red beets cake, homemade flatbread “langosh”), Mains (cheese sandwich, grilled chicken breast, pork schnitzel, Hungarian beef goulash), a Kids Menu (chicken strips, tagliatelle pasta, beef sliders), Sides (Easter apple bread, mashed potatoes, sweet potato puree, shoestring French fries, mixed leaf salad, cucumber salad) and Sweets (orange bundt cake, chocolate brownies, Bohemian crepes, apple strudel with vanilla ice cream). Vegan and vegetarian options available.

 

The Capital Grille

 

Where: 633 North St. Clair St., Chicago; 2000 E. Golf Rd., Schaumburg; 5340 N River Rd., Rosemont

 

Cost: $185, serves 4-6

 

Order: Preorder while quantities last, 312-337-9400 (Chicago), 847-969-0290 (Schaumburg), 847-671-8125 (Rosemont)

 

The Capital Grille is offering a three-course family-style Easter dinner To Go, featuring a Whole Rack of Bone-In Filet, Grilled Asparagus and Mashed Potatoes, and a freshly baked Apple Crostata. Guests can choose to have their meal ready-to-serve, or chilled and ready to reheat at home.

 

Eddie V’s

 

Where: 521 N Rush St., Chicago

 

Cost: $185, serves 4-6

 

Order: Preorder while quantities last, 312-595-1114

 

A four-course family-style Easter dinner to go, featuring an Herb-Roasted Tenderloin, Truffle Macaroni and Cheese, Grilled Asparagus, Potato Gratin, and Bananas Foster Butter Cake. Eddie V’s will also offer uncooked signature cuts of steak hand-carved and ready for guests to prepare as they wish.

 

Seasons 52

 

Where: 1770 E. Higgins Rd., Schaumburg

 

Cost: Varies by main course selection, serves 4-6

 

Order: 847-517-5252

 

Seasons 52 is providing a family-style Easter dinner to go featuring either Glazed Spiral Ham or Wood-Grilled Beef Tenderloin with salad, roasted green beans, choice of an additional side and Mini Indulgences.

 

Bahama Breeze

 

Where: 406 E. Golf Rd., Schaumburg

 

Cost: Varies by main course selection, serves 4

 

Order: 847-884-7060 or bahamabreeze.com

 

Bahama Breeze is offering a Caribbean Easter Bundle for no-contact curbside pickup or delivery. Each bundle comes with choice of entrée (jerk chicken pasta, seafood paella or baby back ribs), side, salad and Cuban bread, prepped and ready for guests to finish at home with all the instructions.

 

LongHorn Steakhouse

 

Where: Multiple locations

 

Cost: Starts at $9 per person for family of four

 

Order: longhornsteakhouse.com

 

Options feature choice of a shareable entrée, hand-chopped salad and four sides. Guests can also order fresh steak cuts from the LongHorn Steak Shop, accompanied by LongHorn’s proprietary seasoning and instructions from LongHorn’s expert Grill Masters on how guests can prepare them at home.

 

Allgauer’s on the Riverfront

 

Where: 2855 Milwaukee Ave, Northbrook

 

Cost: $149.99 for family of four.

 

Order: By 8 p.m. April 10, 847-664-7999

 

The chef-crafted meal includes an appetizer medley, choice of salad (including the option of fan-favorite “Allgauer’s Salad”), choice of entrees including Grilled Beef Tenderloin or Dijon Baked Salmon, sides and assorted mini pastries for dessert.

 

Seder Dinner

Brisket at Prairie Grass Cafe.

 

Hilton Chicago Northbrook

 

Where: 2855 Milwaukee Ave., Northbrook

 

Cost: $42 per adult, $20.95 per child

 

Order: Call 847-664-7999, available April 8-9

 

The option is priced per person and includes: Seder plate, Passover vegetable lasagna, chicken soup with matzo balls and more. Available for curbside pickup.

 

The Goddess & Grocer 

 

Where: Locations in Bucktown, River North, Gold Coast and O’Hare,

 

Cost: $65

 

Order: Call 773-292-7100, available April 7-17

 

The menu features traditional gefilte fish, cucumber salad, braised beef brisket, chicken and matzo ball soup, noodle kugel and chocolate decadence cake.

 

Prairie Grass Cafe

 

Where: 601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook

 

Cost: $75 for two

 

Order: Call 847-205-4433, available April 8 only

 

The package features matzo ball soup, matzo, pint of chopped chicken liver, brisket with cauliflower mash and roasted carrots (chicken available upon request) and flourless chocolate cake.

 


 

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