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Easter Dining 2022

Leave the cooking to the pros this Easter and check out these specials in Washington for an eggstra- special holiday brunch or dinner with your loved ones. 

The Metropolitan Grill

Seattle

If you are looking to skip the hassles of cooking but still want to enjoy Easter with a cozy night in with the family, opt for The Metropolitan Grill’s Easter-At-Home delivery service–an Easter feast that feeds up to four and arrives straight to your door. There are four main entrees available served alongside roasted rosemary fingerling and sweet potatoes, harissa and maple-glazed baby carrots, baby spinach salad with braised pork belly, sourdough bread with butter, and a baked apple crisp with bourbon caramel sauce for dessert. Prices vary depending on the main entrée but begin at $165.

To learn more about The Metropolitan Grill, visit themetropolitangrill.com

Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge

Seattle

The Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge is offering a spring-inspired brunch in honor of Easter, which will include boozy sips, smoked and roasted meats carved by hand, a luxurious assortment of fresh seafood and shellfish, sweet bites and more at the buffet table. $30 for kids ages 6 to12; $80 for adults. Reservations are required at OpenTable. 

To learn more about Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge, visit opentable.com

Ivar’s Acres of Clams

Ivar’s Acres of Clams

Seattle

Celebrate Easter with Ivar’s Acres of Clams, a go-to seafood spot in Seattle. Ivar’s Acres of Clams will be allowing reservations for larger parties (up to 100 people) and will be serving up a specialty, surprise brunch menu until 2:30 p.m., followed by a limited menu for dinner. The lineup will make its grand debut on the holiday, but visitors can expect fresh, wild-caught bites. The spot highly encourages reservations as spots will sell out quickly. 

To learn more about Ivar’s Acres of Clams, visit exploretock.com

Jetty Bar and Grille

Everett

Housed inside Hotel Indigo in Everett, Jetty Bar and Grille is hosting a bunny brunch in its Bayside ballroom. The Easter Bunny will make an appearance, while you and your little ones enjoy spring-inspired dishes like the duck rillette benedict, banana bread French toast or the wild rocket salad. In addition to brunch, an egg hunt will take place in the afternoon followed by photo-ops with the bunny himself. The fun is $49 per person, and reservations are encouraged. 

To learn more about Jetty Bar & Grille, visit opentable.com

Eden Hill

Eden Hill

Seattle

Enjoy Easter Sunday at home with a take-out-style brunch basket. Each meal bundle includes items that are ready to be warmed, including fried chicken and waffles with a tonka chile maple syrup; a spring salad mix with an Easter egg radish, beets, green peas and a Green Goddess Ellenos yogurt dressing; fresh fruit; and, for dessert, four white chocolate and huckleberry muffins. Each package is $152 per person and feeds up to four people. 

To learn more about Eden Hill Restaurant, visit exploretock.com.

Tendrils Restaurant

Quincy

With a three-course brunch ready to make your Easter Sunday one to remember, Tendrils Restaurant in Quincy is offering a specialty menu in honor of the bunny day. The limited menu will feature hors d’oeuvres, prime rib, ham roast and all your favorite holiday desserts for $60 per person. The brunch will be available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

To learn more about Tendrils Restaurant, visit opentable.com.

Ray’s

Ray’s 

Seattle

Ray’s Cafe will be servin’ up a stellar Easter brunch to be enjoyed with stunning waterfront and mountain views. The meal will kick off at 9 a.m. with a menu consisting of a multitude of appetizers, Ray’s traditional ham carving and Northwest seafood, salads, traditional breakfast items and even a full buffet for $70 per person. Ray’s Boathouse will also be hosting an Easter dinner upstairs, starting at 3 p.m., for $70 per person. 

To learn more about Ray’s, visit rays.com.

Goldfinch Tavern

Seattle

Celebrate Easter at Goldfinch Tavern with an amazing three-course brunch by Chef Brian Doherty. Begin with an appetizer buffet featuring fresh seafood, cheese and charcuterie, yogurt parfaits and salad, before selecting a brunch entrée (like lemon ricotta ravioli or lobster frittata). End with something sweet with Chef Danielle’s dessert buffet. $99 per adult; $35 per child.

Reserve your spot at Goldfinch Tavern here.

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