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Las Vegas restaurants offering Easter meals during coronavirus pandemic

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Posted at 3:54 PM, Apr 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-15 12:41:45-04

The following restaurants are offering specials for Passover and Easter.

Big Jerk Caribbean is pulling out their specials just in time for Easter as well. They are adding a Jerk Pork entrée meal for the holiday through the rest of April. It’s served with a side, Big Jerk’s signature cabbage, and a festival. Even though it's Easter, Big Jerk is still offering their full menu for takeout and delivery via GrubHub and UberEats.

Bonefish Grill also has their special Easter deals. On Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12, enjoy seasonal seafood and convenient new offerings without ever leaving your car – or even your home – Easter Dinner Family Bundles ($49.9) for up to five people, that include Wood-Grilled Mahi and Jumbo Shrimp with Citrus Aioli and a choice of House or Caesar Salad, served with family-style sides including Bacon Mac and Cheese + Seasonal Veggies, Fresh Bread with Pesto and a Dessert Duo of Classic Cheesecake slices and Cookies. Additionally, guests can add a bottle of wine to their Easter dinner, starting at $15 if you're carrying out. Gift cards can also be purchased to share the gift of Easter Dinner with your friends and family.

Bootleger Italian Bistro offers Easter Dinners for 4. For $58, you get your choice of salads, Insalata di Casa or Instalata Cesar, with a side of freshly sauteed mixed vegetables, and a choice of mashed potatoes, bow-tie pasta with Alfredo sauce, or Penne pasta with marinara sauce. You then get your choice of entre, the Chicken Breast Marsala, Chicken Breast Milanese, Chicken Brest Picatta, or Chicken Breast Cacciatore. And for desert they offer classic Apple pie.

Buca di Beppo is helping people continue their social distancing by launching some great Easter packages for families. First is the Good Friday package, or the Easter Package #1, which feeds 5 for $55 - including a salad, mixed greens, a choice of pasta, and shrimp scampi & linguinie and clams. Next would be the Easter Package #2, which feeds 5 for $65. It comes with one salad, choice of one pasta between Spaghetti marianara, Fettuccine Alfredo, Penne alla Vodka, or Baked Ziti, following up with the choice of one entree, chicken parmigana, chicken limone, or eggplant parmigana.

The Capital Grille at Fashion Show has an exclusive Easter Dinner with three courses or an a la carte menu available to order. Families who enjoy the three-course meal can choose to have their meal prepared to reheat or ready to serve. The three-course meal includes Field Greens Salad with Parmesan Vinaigrette and French rolls for the first course, whole Rack of Bone-In Filet with Sautéed Mushrooms and Horseradish cream accompanied by grilled Asparagus with Lemon Mosto and Sam's Mashed Potatoes for their main course, and freshly baked Apple Crostata for dessert. For dinner for two, the meal is $95, and for dinner serving four to six, the meal is $185. The a la Carte menu features Butcher Shoppe steaks and roasts cut daily by an in-house butcher. Guests can savor a 5 lb. USDA Prime Rib of Beef ($150) or 3 lb Dry Aged Sirloin Roast ($125), if they crave a roast dinner. There is also a selection of hand-cut steaks, including 18 oz Bone-In Dry Aged NY Strip ($35), 8 or 10 oz Filet Mignon ($25, $30), and 22 oz Bone-In Prime Ribeye ($40). To accompany the delectable roasts and steaks, guests can order accompaniments such as Lobster Mac' N Cheese, Sam's Mashed Potatoes, and more. Pre-order is available until the last Easter Dinner is spoken for. Curbside pickup is available starting Friday, April 10.

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Honey Salt brings out an Easter menu, also including a brunch option. The brunch option is from 11AM-3PM, serving 4 for $130. It includes Easter Monkey Bread, Greek Yogurt Parfaits, Crispy Potatoes, Corn Flake French Toast, and Weekend Frittatas. Their dinner menu is from 4PM-7PM, serving 4 for $145 or $160. For that much you can get either the Brown Sugar Baked Ham, or the Roast Beef. Both are served with dinner rolls, Gilcrease Asparagus salad, Crushed fingerlings, Roasted Heirloom carrots, and caramel banana bread pudding. All items are available for pre-order. Product is limited so it is advised that you reserve yours early.

Kitchen Table and Kitchen Table Squared pulls out their Easter Menu again, serving traditional Easter holiday tamales curbside to their customers. The restaurant will offer one dozen green chile verde chicken tamales or chili Colorado pork tamales at just $30 per dozen. Both locations are offering curbside pickup on Saturday, April 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Orders are accepted Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Maggiano's Little Italy at Fashion Show is offering cold prepped Easter Bundles that is great for the whole family. Families will enjoy Mini Meatballs in Marinara Sauce, Caesar Salad, Mom's Lasagna, Four-Cheese Ravioli, Chicken Piccata, Spaghetti Aglio Olio, Garlic Broccoli, Ciabatta Rolls, and Tiramisu for dessert. Each bundle feeds 4 – 6 people at $120.

Marie Callender's is offering simple and satisfying solutions for an Easter Sunday feast. They are offering the Ham Dinner Family Meal at $49, serving 4 people, including oven-roasted ham, glaze, mashed potatoes and gravy, veggies, and a whole pie of your choice like Fresh Strawberry or Lemon Meringue. Individual ham dinners are also available for $13.99 each and include ham, glaze, mashed potatoes and gravy, veggies, and cornbread. Those looking for an Easter brunch option can enjoy three varieties of 9-inch quiches - ham, bacon, or vegetable - for $14.79 each. All Easter meals must be pre-ordered over the phone at your local Marie Callender’s restaurant.

Rooster Boy Cafe is offering an Easter menu to serve four: $15 for eight deviled eggs; asparagus vinaigrette, $25 a pound; $20 for chicory and cucumber salad with lemon vinaigrette; sugar snap peas and English peas only $14; salmon with dill and orange zest, $25 per pound; roasted leg of lamb and baby potatoes, $85; and lemon pavlova, $25 for four.

The Stirling Club is offering a special Easter dinner for you and your family. $78 per person includes chilled seafood with lobster, crab, shrimp, cocktail sauce, and lemon. You also get the selection of danish and fresh fruit. Each person gets to pick their entree, either Carved prime rib, Roasted chicken, Honey glazed ham, or seared salmon. All entrees come with a side of oven roasted vegetables, butter whipped potatoes, or creamy polenta. Last up is to pick your desert - either a creamy carrot cake, a chocolate dream cake, or tiramisu. You can order curbside pickup or through Uber Eats and Grubhub.

Wolfgang Puck's Player Locker will have impressive pick up and delivery to-go options for your Easter Sunday. For just $40 per person, you can start with your choice of a main course, either a Bourbon Glazed Ham or a Crusted Roasted Lamb. All main courses served with your pick of Potatoes au Gratin, Carrots & snap peas, or Rosemary and Focaccia. The $40 also coveres a choice of desert - either a cream cheese frosted carrot cake or a farmer's market Strawberry Shortcake. The pick up and delivery will happen from 2PM - 6PM, and it is advised you order in advance.

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