Easter and Passover are almost here, and Philly is filled with the flavors of both holidays. To find your perfect meal, whether it’s at home or at a socially distanced spot, these eateries have what you need.
The Kennett Square eatery is known for its seasonal dishes in the Mushroom Capital of the world, but for Easter, Talula’s will be offering an a la carte menu that will highlight a few other specialties. Talula’s Table will offer a special, seasonal farm to table Easter catering menu to go with offerings including traditional hot cross buns, petit crab bites with lemon-chive remoulade, a spring specialty cheese board, Talula’s famous mac and cheese casserole, an 8” Chocolate Raspberry Torte and much more. The full menu being offered is available online, and orders can be made by emailing email@example.com or by calling 610-444-8255 on or before March 29. In addition to the gourmet catering to-go menu, Talula’s Table will also be offering a special 3 course dinner to-go option, featuring petite crab bites, local honey glazed ham, their new potato salad and carrot cake cupcakes. As Talulas says, this is a great option for individuals or smaller groups who just want the ‘Greatest Hits’ and will be priced at $35 per person. Lastly, Talula’s Table will offer a limited number of curated gourmet Easter baskets, priced at $60. Customers can purchase over the phone, in-store, or online ordering platform via Toast, starting this week.
102 West State St., talulastable.com
If you can’t make it out to Kennett Square to indulge in some Talula’s fare, Philadelphians can also head to the Washington Square hotspot to try out what this picturesque eatery has to offer. Diners can enjoy the seasonal and unique take on their farm-to-table fare with highlights including fresh-baked gluten free blueberry pecan streusel muffins with whipped butter, beet cured salmon gravlox, a savory steak and egg bowl, and much more.
210 W. Washington Sq., talulasgarden.com
Prepped By Constellation
The Philly-based catering company can cater to all of your needs for this Easter and Passover holiday. For Easter, Prepped will offer to-go packages that come out to be $65 per adult and $25 per child (under 12) for a minimum of four guests with choices ranging from spring crudite, Greek lamb meatballs, cream of asparagus soup, honey citrus glazed ham, grilled salmon, slow-braised beef bourguignon, herb roasted potatoes, truffle saffron risotto, challah bread pudding, lemon pound cake and more. Additional kids desserts and hors d’oeuvres enhancements are also available at an additional cost. For the Sedar meal, which comes out to be the same price points for kids but $90 for adults, patrons can expect a Sedar plate, plus chicken liver mousse, a matzah basket, braised beef brisket, potato latkes, strawberry elderflower mousse, chocolate covered matzah and more. To place an order for either package, interested Philadelphians can email Mid-Atlantic.Events@ConstellationCulinary.com on or before March 26.
667 N. Broad St., constellationculinary.com
Why not dine in style for Easter Sunday? If Steak 48 wasn’t already enticing enough, throw in an all-new lunch service to make it really irresistible. Steak 48’s menu offers a plethora of indulgent options to celebrate Easter with an over-the-top meal. Menu highlights include: a fresh seafood raw bar tower, a variety of prime cuts and chops with additional add-ons, a whole Colorado rack of lamb, ultimate warm vanilla caramel cake and more. For Easter Sunday brunch, Steak 48 will be extending its hours and will be opening at noon in addition to dinner service that day.
260 S. Broad St., steak48.com
Philadelphians can enjoy Easter brunch on The Wayward’s restaurant’s outdoor terrace, which they describe as “an urban oasis complete with lush green landscaping and string lighting with café tables overlooking the vibrant East Market corridor.” It’s set far back from the street, so it’s ideal for privacy with groups and definitely plays up the theme of a Parisian bistro. Dishes from The Wayward for Easter include lobster eggs benedict, a chicken waffle pot pie, oyster shooters, truffle tarte flambe, and much more.
1170 Ludlow St., thewayward.com
The Love will be offering brunch on Easter Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for dine in, dine outside or takeout. Those who head to enjoy Stephen Starr’s The Love can indulge in their brunch offerings which span from their shrimp and grits, to their signature “take me away” Nashville hot chicken, to their ricotta ravioli, stoned ground grits and more.
130 S. 18th St., theloverestaurant.com