• 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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  • Celebrate Easter with Special Brunch + Dinner Menus! 03.20.15

    There are plenty of options for friends and family to enjoy Easter Sunday together as local restaurants prepare specialty menus for the April 5 holiday. From savory, hearty dishes to sweet treats and vegetarian-friendly meals, guests can enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner together at many of Seattle’s finest restaurants. Read on and make your reservations today!

    James Beard Award-winning Chef Maria Hines has prepared a Sicilian Easter brunch menu for Agrodolce that has something for every palate. The three-course prix-fixe menu showcases light spring ingredients alongside robust, hearty fare and sweet, decadent choices.

    Start with such items as Spicy Greens Salad with castelvetrano olives, toasted almonds, creamy pecorino and oregano vinaigrette. Then move onto Spring Hash with lamb sausage, spring onion and a sunny side up egg, or Asparagus Omelette with wild mushrooms and mama lil’s coulis. Finish your meal with Chocolate Cannoli made with sheep’s milk ricotta, candied orange and powdered sugar. The full menu can be found here.

    Three-course prix-fixe brunch is $25 per person. Extended brunch hours run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children may order brunch items a la carte. For reservations, click here or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N. 35th Street, Seattle.

    Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge
    Bell + Whete’s modern take on Norman-inspired dishes are the perfect complement to your Easter Sunday brunch or dinner. From traditional favorites to new and surprising options, Bell + Whete captures Old-World cuisine perfectly.

    Menu items include Beet and Warm Kale Salad with pomegranate, yogurt and grains, Fig and Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe, or for dinner, Rotisserie Chicken with fingerling potatoes and melting onions. Full menus can be found here.

    Weekend brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to late. For reservations, click here or call 206.538.0180. Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge is located in Belltown at 200 Bell Street, Seattle.

    Cafe Flora
    Cafe Flora has an extensive vegetarian and vegan brunch menu that is perfect for those looking for a healthy and hearty Easter meal. Whether you are craving a protein-packed dish to get you going for the day or looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, Cafe Flora is sure to please.

    Options include; Spiced Apple Waffle, cornmeal waffle, spiced apple compote, ginger infused mascarpone and pecan oat crumble, Strawberry Rhubarb French Toast made with brioche dipped in a rich egg batter, rhubarb compote, strawberry syrup, vanilla creme anglaise, and Rancho Colorado Scramble made with eggs or seasoned tofu, slow cooked rancho bean with tomatillos, fresh chilies, sweet corn, queso fresco and blue corn tortilla chips. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Sunday brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations for six or more can be made by calling 206.325.9100. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison St., Seattle.

    Golden Beetle
    Golden Beetle’s Mediterranean-inspired restaurant from Chef Maria Hines features a special three-course brunch menu perfect for Easter Sunday. Local ingredients and bold flavors and spices from the Eastern Mediterranean are combined to create one-of-a-kind dishes.

    Options include; Arabic Egg with asparagus, potato latka and cumin, Braised Pork Shank Hash with mama lils, hollandaise and poached eggs, and Chocolate Torte with car acara marmalade, crème anglaise and Chantilly. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Brunch is $25 per person for the three-course menu. Extended brunch hours run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children may order brunch items a la carte. For reservations, click here or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle.

    Local 360 Cafe & Bar
    Only the freshest, local ingredients can be found at Local 360, ensuring an Easter brunch that’s sure to please local and out-of-town guests alike.

    Brunch items include; Goat’s Milk Yogurt with fruit, honey and granola, Rabbit Sausage Biscuit Sandwich with egg, cheddar, bourbon gastrique and grits, and Palouse Chickpea Cake with refrigerator pickles and goat’s yogurt. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Weekend brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations click here or call 206.441.9360. Local 360 Cafe & Bar is located in Belltown at 2234 1st Avenue, Seattle.

    Miller’s Guild
    Miller’s Guild features wood-fired New American cuisine from James Beard Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson, including 75-day dry-aged beef. Featuring a new brunch menu, with items not seen elsewhere, Miller’s Guild will make Easter brunch memorable for parties large and small.

    Most items are cooked in the roaring inferno grill while others are crafted by hand, including Rib Cap Steak & Eggs as You Like ‘Em with mustard greens, crispy potatoes and toast; Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Biscuits with cheddar cheese gravy and a fried egg; Bacon White Chocolate Bread Pudding with spiced candied bacon and banana caramel, and Housemade Maple Glazed Donut with praline walnuts and vanilla pastry cream. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Sunday brunch is served from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For reservations, click here or call 206.443.3663. Miller’s Guild is located downtown at 620 Stewart Street, Seattle.

    Ray’s Boathouse & Café
    Don’t miss out on the Ray’s Boathouse & Café brunch, lunch and dinner buffets, only available on select holidays! Indulge in fresh, local seafood and delicious brunch favorites from the Boathouse brunch menu or Café buffet while taking in one of Seattle’s best views. Special children’s menus are available in the Boathouse, and in the Café children five to 11 years of age are $20 and children under 5 years of age dine free.

    Boathouse brunch items include Ray’s Benedict with Dungeness crab meat, baby arugula, poached eggs, hollandaise and roasted red potatoes, French Toast with cinnamon-vanilla custard, Challah bread, Vermont maple syrup and Uli’s breakfast sausage, and Fried Oysters and Hollandaise with wakame salad and tobiko.

    The Café buffet menus feature large selections for brunch, lunch and dinner including Eggs Benedict, Fennel Dusted Ling Cod, Bay Shrimp Mac n’ Cheese, Herb Roasted Loin of Berkshire Pork, Roasted Beets with goat’s milk cheese, hazelnuts and arugula, Snow Crab Legs, Spring Lamb and an assortment of Housemade Desserts and Pastries. Full menus for both can be found here.

    Brunch and dinner will be available in the Boathouse, while buffets for brunch, lunch and dinner will be available in the Café. The Café will open at 9 a.m. and the Boathouse will open at 9:30 a.m. Last seating will be at 7 p.m. for both venues. No happy hour will be served on Easter Sunday. For Boathouse reservations call 206.789.3770 or click here. For Café reservations call 206.782.0094 or click here. Ray’s Boathouse and Café are located just outside Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue Northwest, Seattle.

    Sushi Kappo Tamura
    Replace your traditional Easter brunch and partake in fresh, sustainable sushi, seafood, and other Japanese dishes. Local, seasonal ingredients from the Pacific Northwest are used to create delicious Japanese cuisine and Easter is no exception.

    Enjoy Chef Taichi Kitamura’s Brunch Gozen with three options including Hiru Gozen with maitake mushrooms, braised Snake River Ranch wagyu beef skirt steak konabe and Chef’s sashimi. Guests can also dine on Nigiri Gozen with seven pieces of nigiri sushi and gozen sides. Bara Chirashi includes sushi rice layered with nori, tamago, ginger and topped with a mix of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, albacore and masago. Nabeyaki Udon is offered with wild gulf prawn tempura, duck breast, local Manila clams, kamaboko, yuchoy, green onions, house made millet mochi, poached organic egg, and udon noodles in housemade umami dashi with a side of and inari sushi.

    Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For reservations click here or call 206.547.0937. Sushi Kappo Tamura is located in Eastlake at 2968 Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle.

    Tilth is a favorite brunch spot for locals and out-of-towners alike and Chef Maria Hines has created a special three-course prix fixe for Easter. Enjoy brunch in the intimate craftsman house or on their garden patio. Organic and locally sourced ingredients along with friendly staff that treat their customers like family creates a welcoming Easter Sunday setting.

    The menu includes Coffee Roasted Celery Root Salad with baby lettuces, holmquist hazelnuts and maple vinaigrette, Cheddar Biscuits and Smoked Chicken Gravy with Washington chicken, fried egg and preserved lemon, and Housemade Sourdough Waffle with maple butter, apple compote and candied pecan. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Extended brunch hours will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brunch is $30 per person for the three-course menu. Children can order menu items a la carte. For reservations click here or call 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 141 N 45th Street, Seattle.

    Volterra is offering an extensive Tuscan-inspired Easter brunch menu at its Ballard and Kirkland locations with an addition of a special dinner menu at its Ballard location. The deliciously fragrant flavors of Italy are imported by Chef Don Curtiss and combined with ingredients that make the Pacific Northwest so unique, making Volterra an excellent choice for any occasion.

    Brunch items include; Chestnut Pancakes with buckwheat and chestnut flour pancakes, sautéed apples, chestnut flavored mascarpone and powdered sugar, Duck and Yukon Gold Potato Hash with duck leg confit, rosemary crispy potatoes, roasted red peppers, sautéed spinach and fried eggs, and Milano! Milano! with savory herb bread pudding, eggs, asparagus tips and smoked Gouda cream. The dinner special features Hunter’s Style Rabbit with naturally raised American rabbit braised with Chianti wine, bell peppers, plum tomatoes, oregano, creamy polenta and seasonal market vegetables. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Volterra is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Easter Sunday. For reservations click here or call 206.789.5100. Volterra Ballard is located at 5411 Ballard Avenue NW.

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  • See What’s Hatching for Easter Sunday 04.17.14

    Spring has sprung and Easter is on its way, which means that it is time to enjoy the company of your friends and family over locally renowned food and drinks. Whatever your Easter plans may be, food lovers have a variety of choices to indulge in beyond colored eggs and chocolate bunnies. Treat yourself to three-course brunch menus at Agrodolce, Golden Beetle, and Tilth or really get into the spirit of Easter and try your first Rabbit Benedict at Fonte Cafe!

    Where will you and your family and friends enjoy a festive brunch this Easter Sunday? See our recommendations below and reserve now before seats are filled!

    Fonte Omelet

    Fonte Cafe Invites Rodger Rabbit to Brunch
    Spend quality time with family and friends at a European bistro-style café in the bustling downtown Seattle corridor. This Easter, Fonte Café (omelette pictured above) is offering their special Easter brunch that will wake you up and put you in the Easter spirit. Enjoy any of their special rabbit themed brunch items, including Rabbit Stew with onions, lemon, capers, white wine, and herbs; Rodger Rabbit Benedict with house made English muffin, confit rabbit, poached eggs, and hollandaise; and Rabbit Frittata with two eggs, leeks, shallots, rabbit, cherry tomatoes, and chevre cheese.

    Fonte Cafe is located across from the Seattle Art Museum and steps away from Pike Place Market at 1321 First Ave Seattle, WA 98101. Call (206) 777.6193 or book your reservation online.

    Sustainable Southern Italian at Agrodolce
    Agrodolce’s exclusive Easter brunch menu provides effortless Southern Italian and Sicilian dining. Taste elements of organically fresh and locally grown ingredients made by James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines. Enjoy brunch with signature Bottomless Mimosas alongside your three-course brunch including a Homemade Blueberry Apricot Scone with whipped honey orange butter; St. Jude’s Albacore Tuna Benedict with arzak egg, caper aioli, and sundried tomatoes; and Cassata Coffee Cake with ricotta, pan de spagna, and candied fruit.

    Three-course brunch is $25 per person. Agrodolce is located in the Fremont Neighborhood at 709 N 35th St Seattle, WA 98103. Call (206) 547.9707 or book your reservation online .

    Dive into the Eastern Mediterranean at Golden Beetle
    This Easter Golden Beetle is offering a savory three-course Easter brunch with a splash of Mediterranean flair. Certified organic by Oregon Tilth, enjoy a delicious brunch while nurturing yourself in the process! Choices for the three-course brunch include Yogurt with Fruit, orange blossom water, mint, and walnut; Smoked Ham & Grilled Asparagus Omelet with gruyere cheese, parsley, beef fat fried potato; and Bakalava with phyllo, cinnamon crème, and rose water. View the full menu online.

    Three-course brunch is $25 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Golden Beetle is located in the Ballard neighborhood at 1744 NW Market St. Seattle, WA 98107. Call (206) 706.2977 or book your reservation online.


    Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake

    Feel at Home this Easter at Tilth

    If you are looking to spend Easter in the comfort of home, enjoy Tilth restaurant, set within an old craftsman house in Wallingford. Tilth is offering a special three-course brunch including Asparagus Salad with chive blossom, soft cooked egg, and smoked salmon; Soft Scrambled Eggs with English pea and maitake, truffle oil; and Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake (pictured above) with chocolate cookie, cocoa cream, and sea salt. Cozy up in the dining room and enjoy the intimate space with your loved ones this Sunday.View the full menu online.

    Three-course menu is $30 per person, excluding tax and gratuity; additional $10 for cava or mimosa with coffee. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St Seattle, WA 98103. Call (206) 633.0801 or book your reservation online.



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  • Greek Easter at Vios on Sunday 04.09.12

    Our traditional Easter Sunday might be over, but now’s your chance to celebrate Easter like they do in Greece! That’s right, Greek Easter is coming up on Sunday, April 15 and you can take part in the festivities at Vios Cafe & Marketplace from 1-3 p.m.

    As told by the Capitol Hill Blog and Seattle Weekly, Vios has a long tradition on Capitol Hill and in years past, chef-owner Thomas Soukakos (pictured above) has invited friends, family and neighbors to the restaurant for a private Greek Easter celebration. Now he is opening his doors for the first time for others to experience the Greek holiday and we can’t wait! The nine-course Easter lunch will include many Greek Easter traditions including a whole spit roasted lamb and mayiritsa, a traditional soup eaten at midnight on Easter morning after attending church.

    Below is a sneak peak of the tasty, traditional Greek Easter menu. Read on, lick those lips and make your reservations for Sunday by calling (206) 329-3236 or online.

    Mezze Plates
    Lamb Loukaniko with cumin and orange
    Stuffed Grape Leaves and Tzatziki
    Spinach and Feta Pie
    Fava with red onion and fried capers

    Orzo with tomato sauce and mythithra
    Kretan Dako Salata with tomato and feta
    Roasted Potatoes with Oregano and lemon
    Spit Roasted Lamb

    Apricot –Pistachio Baklava with orange and cardamom
    Koulourakia –Greek Cookies

    Just $35 per person, $12 for kids over 10 years of age (under 10 can order from the regular kids menu). Only offered at the Capitol Hill location.

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