Spring is officially here and Easter is right around the corner. Though it may look a bit (okay, a lot) different than Easters of the past, there's one thing we're pretty sure will brighten up anyone's day: great food. We’ve rounded up a list of local restaurants that are offering to-go Easter options so you can get right to what's important — being with your loved ones, in a CDC guideline-compliant way.
Local Lime is offering whole key lime cheesecakes baked by Matcha at Cinnalightful. The cheesecakes are $40 plus tax, while supplies last. The first ten orders will include a locally-printed reusable Local Lime tote bag. Place your curbside pickup order right from Local Lime's Facebook page by clicking the SHOP NOW button.
At the Corner
At the Corner is offering three scrumptious Easter options, including Easter Sunday lunch, take-and-makes and curbside brunch. Pre-order your Easter lunch and the take-and-makes by Friday evening to secure your spot. Pick-up for Easter lunch will be on Sunday and pick-up for the take-and-makes will be all day Saturday. Text (870) 489-5250 or email email@example.com to order.
Boulevard Bread Company (Heights Location)
Boulevard announced on their Facebook page that Easter menus are available at the Heights location, and if we know Boulevard at all, it's going to be delicious. Call (501) 663-5951 to find out more or to order your Easter lunch.
YaYa's Euro Bistro
If this WLR brunch staple isn’t already in your regular rotation, now is the time change that. This year, the restaurant is offering two brunch options with a minimum of two guests per order or a la carte options that allows you to build your own menu. Options include prime rib, smoked pork rack, YaYa's mashed potatoes, creamed brussel sprouts with bacon and options for the sweet tooth in your life. Click here for the full menu. For more info, call (501) 821-1144.
Cake is always a good idea, especially right now. Order something sweet from Community Bakery for your Easter celebration, or if you're in the mood for something a little more hands-on, Community Bakery is offering Easter cookie kits with a dozen sugar cookies in assorted Easter shapes, two decorator bags of icing and two tubs of sprinkles for $19.99 and available for pick-up. Call (501) 375-6418 for more info.
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Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom
Pizza may not be traditional Easter fare, but are there really any rules anymore? Raduno is offering some fun new menu items that could make fun projects for you and your people on Easter. The Raduno pizza kit lets you create your own pizza with all the necessary ingredients for $12, cinnamon rolls are available for pick-up and you can become your family's favorite bartender with Raduno's Italian galgo kit that makes six cocktails and only requires your own tequila.
And if the thought of hiding Easter eggs is enough to put you over the edge this year (we get it), Raduno's staff is offering to come to your house and hide eggs in your yard for your children to hunt the next morning. The eggs will each be filled with a piece of pre-wrapped candy or chocolate (plain, no nuts) and all eggs will be individually wiped down with disinfecting wipes before being put in yards. For added fun, and only $15 extra, they'll leave a note addressed to your kids and signed by the Easter Bunny. For more info and pricing, head to the Facebook event page.
Sauce(d) Bar and Oven
Sauce(d) is offering a delicous Easter to-go menu that feeds four. You can build your own menu by choosing between a Cornish hen or prime rib, a slew of sides and bread pudding or cheese cake. Orders must be placed by April 10 at 5 p.m. and can be picked up on Easter between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call (501) 353-1534 to place your orders today.
Craving something sweet? Loblolly's got you covered. They're offering three special Easter offerings including an Easter basket box for the kiddos, strawberry buttermilk six-inch ice cream cake and Easter macarons. Macarons and cakes must be ordered by April 9 at 7 p.m. and the boxes must be ordered by Wednesday to be ready for pick-up on April 11. For more info and to order online, head to Loblolly's website.
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And if you want to make your own Easter lunch...
White Water Tavern is hosting local markets each Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the White Water Tavern's parking lot. Local farmers will be selling their goods in a socially distance approved way — each booth will be at least ten feet apart and White Water Tavern asks that only one person can visit each booth at a time and to keep a safe distance when you are waiting for your turn to approach a booth. Shop local, feel good, stay safe.