• Easter & Passover Meals To-Go from Local Restaurants 04.03.20




    Easter and Passover are coming up soon, and while celebrations may be a little smaller this year, the sentiment and family time are just as important. Both Tilth and Eden Hill Provisions make the holidays easier for home celebrations with holiday meals to-go. Read on for the full details and place your order for pick up today!


    Seder Plate and Seder Dinner To-Go from Eden Hill Provisions
    Passover begins on Wednesday, April 8 and Eden Hill Provisions is offering all the fixings for the Seder Plate plus Seder Dinner, available to-go.


    The newest team member of Eden Hill Provisions, Chef David Glass, has assembled a beautiful and symbolic to-go box of each item for the Passover Seder plate, including Egg, Herb Salad with Saltwater, Charoset, Horseradish, Matzah, and Lamb Bone, plus a Box of Matzah.


    The full Seder Dinner includes Smoked Black Cod Gefilte Fish with Pickled Carrot, Shmaltzah Ball Soup with Dill, Braised and Glazed Brisket, Roasted Leg of Lamb, Roasted Root Veggies, Mashed Potatoes and Matzah Kugel, along with a Flourless Chocolate Cake and Matzah Brittle for dessert. The meal is complete with a bottle of wine and a bouquet of flowers.


    The Seder plate with Seder dinner to-go is $250. View the full menu here. Dinner feeds four people. Please note this meal is not Kosher. It will not contain shellfish, pork, or flour in observance of Passover. Dietary restrictions and substitutions politely declined.


    Boxes will be available for pick-up on Wednesday, April 8 at 4 p.m. or can be delivered for an additional $10 on Wednesday, April 8 before 4 p.m. Orders will be taken until Monday, April 6 at 4 p.m. For more information and to order visit or call 206.946.6636.


    Easter Brunch To-Go from Eden Hill Provisions
    Chef Maximillian Petty of Eden Hill Provisions will take care of Easter brunch on Sunday, April 12 in the form of his Easter Brunch Box To-Go. Each Easter brunch box is designed to feed a party of four and includes Quiche Lorraine, Snap Pea Salad, Cinnamon Rolls, Breakfast Potatoes, Lavender Lamb Ham, Yogurt and Granola, a Mimosa Kit including a bottle of bubbles with assorted juices, and a beautiful bouquet of flowers.


    Each Easter brunch box to-go for four people, priced at $120 with the option to add on a Bloody Mary Kit including mix and a bottle of vodka ($50), 25 Plastic Eggs Pre-Filled with Candy ($25), and a Dozen Hard-Boiled Eggs with Dye ($15). View the full menu here.


    Vegetarian option available, all other substitutions and allergies politely declined.


    Boxes will be made available for pick-up on Sunday, April 12 at 9 a.m. or available for delivery on Sunday, April 12 by 8 a.m. Orders will be accepted until Friday, April 10 at 9 a.m. For more information and to order visit or call 206.946.6636.


    Easter Dinner To-Go from Tilth
    Easter Sunday is April 12 and Chef Maria Hines is offering family-style meals for four people, available for pickup at Tilth and ready to reheat at home. There will be a regular and vegan menu available with gluten-free options, too.


    The menu includes English Pea Salad, Olsen Farms Boneless Ham, Roasted Sockeye Salmon, Whole Roasted Cauliflower, a variety of sides including Scalloped Potatoes, Roasted Asparagus, Fresh Dinner Rolls and more, plus desserts such as Orange Carrot Cake, Strawberry Shortcake and more.


    View the full Easter menu and place your order at Orders must be in by Tuesday, April 7. Pick-up times on Easter Sunday are from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Tilth. Tilth will only be offering the prix-fixe, family-style dinner and will not be offering a-la-carte menu items on Easter Sunday.


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  • Spring Brings Weekend Brunch + A.M. Cocktails 03.28.13

    Easter marks one of the biggest brunch days of the year! Spring into brunch options with neighborhood restaurants that offer leisurely weekend brunches for couples, families with kids and those with cocktails in mind.

    Agrodolce – A quintessential neighborhood for brunch, Maria Hines’ Agrodolce, located in Fremont, is meant for relaxed weekends, where breakfast eggs meet housemade lunch as noted in The Seattle Times. From Citrus Semolina Pancakes with orange zest and citrus honey to Mason’s Sticky Bun and house-milled spaghetti with a fried egg, complement your brunch with the full list of brunch cocktails including the Capri Sun with limoncello, sparkling wine and cured grapefruit or the Shower Scotch with scotch, orange liqueur, grapefruit and orange bitters. Full brunch menu here.

    Tilth – Brunch has been a hot topic for chef-owner Maria Hines, just listen to her interview on KIRO 97.3 FM. This award-winning restaurant keeps its standards high for its weekend brunch menu, offering such items as a Fried Duck Egg Sandwich, some of the best Soft Scrambled Eggs, and Maria and exec chef Jason’s melding of mothers to create the sourdough for the Old Fashioned Sourdough Waffle with bitters chantilly, orange and bourbon gastrique (pictured above).

    Tilth is also offering a special 3-course prix-fixe menu on Easter Sunday, complete with an Apricot Scone, Cheddar Biscuits and Smoked Pulled Chicken Gravy, Quatre Epices French Toast or take your pick from other specialty menu items.

    Café Flora – Families with kids take special note of this vegetarian brunch as mentioned on Red Tricycle. Seasonal ingredients rotate, but the menu always includes options for waffles, pancakes, scrambles, soups, salads and sandwiches. Current options include Grilled Pear and Caramel Waffle, Blood Orange and Vanilla Pancakes, a special kids vegan and gluten free waffle, and don’t forget the always popular Beignets with seasonal crème anglaise and coulis. View the full vegetarian menu here.

    Golden Beetle – If you want something a little different and still delicious, then Golden Beetle’s Eastern Meditteranean weekend brunch menu is just what you’re looking for. Wood Fired Baked Eggs with spinach, bacon and harissa; Lamb Hash; and Wood Fired Breakfast Pizzas will invigorate your palate alongside the restaurant’scraft cocktails. Convenientley located in Ballard, stop in for weekend brunch then peruse the trendy shops and farmers market just steps away on Ballard Ave.

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