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Where to Order Easter Meals for Takeout and Delivery in Metro Detroit

Get some hearty glazed ham or roasted lamb to eat at home for Easter brunch or dinner

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With Michigan’s stay home order in place until April 30, any Easter feast plans for this year will probably need to be reassessed, and you should rule out the idea of inviting guests over.

But with a number of metro Detroit restaurants offering special packages for Easter brunch or dinner, there’s no reason why you can’t do something nice at home with your family, roommates, or even solo. Here are a few places that can help you out — and take note that most of them require advance orders.

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Kruse and Muer (multiple locations)

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All Kruse & Muer locations are offering a hearty package for $130 that includes glazed ham, mac and cheese, green beans almondine, and apple cobbler. It’s enough food for four to six people, and if that’s not your thing, all locations will be open for carry out with their regular menus, too (but only until 7 p.m.).

Rochester Chop House & Bar

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The Rochester Chop House will open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Easter with a carry out menu, but is also offering a meaty meal for six with a whole roaster tenderloin in marsala demi-glace, sides, and a cobbler dessert — it’ll cost you $190.

Joe Muer (multiple locations)

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This long-time purveyor of all things oceanic has an elaborate dinner package on offer for $48 per person, featuring crab balls, shrimp cocktails, and crab-stuffed flounder with beurre blanc (among other options). Alternatively, there’s a brunch option for $34/person, with ricotta crepes, quiche, pastries, and more. Orders must go through the Bloomfield Hills restaurant no later than April 8, but can be picked up downtown, too.

Three Cats Restaurant

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This cozy Clawson restaurant is doing an Easter menu with roasted pork loin, wild mushroom bisque, and a flourless chocolate cake (plus other sides) for $25.95 per person. Advance orders are required, and while there’s no precise cut-off day or time, the restaurant warns that quantities are limited so: get in early. Delivery is an option, too.

Bacco Ristorante

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Make it an all-Italian Easter with the help of Bacco — there isn’t a fixed Easter menu per se, but the restaurant is promising customizable full menu packages that will feature favorites from the menu.

Chive Kitchen

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Vegan restaurant Chive Kitchen is accepting orders for Easter dishes like roasted rosemary sweet potatoes, corny beef seitan, and dill pickle soup for pickup on Saturday, April 11.

Ackroyd's Scottish Bakery

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Ackroyd’s Scottish Bakery in Redford is shipping out chocolate Easter bunnies, Cadbury eggs, and fresh hot cross buns for Sunday celebrations.

Voyager

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Voyager is offering a Sunday brunch option in addition to its current carryout menu. Customers can purchase a la carte items like bloody mary mix, pancake mix, smoked salmon plates, deviled eggs, biscuits, and strada.

TABLE No. 2 Restaurant

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Table No. 2 on Livernois is celebrating its one-year anniversary with Easter dinner meals available for $25 per person for orders of at least four meals. Customers can order the meal for pickup on Saturday or Sunday.

Nosh Pit Detroit

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Vegan restaurant Nosh Pit is accepting orders until 4 p.m. on Friday, April 10 for Easter dinner meals for two. Gluten-free options are available and pickup will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Coriander Kitchen and Farm

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This kitchen with its own on-site farm is offering a four-pound leg of lamb as the centerpiece in its Easter dinner package, along with veggies and sides (you’ll just need to roast the lamb at home) — it’s $180 and serves four to six. Pick up only; get those orders in by noon on April 8.

Grey Ghost

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Pick up a brunch kit from this excellent Cass Corridor bar, and help yourself to orange-glazed ham tenderloin, frittata, sticky buns, lamb sausages, and more. The whole package costs $95, orders are due April 9; pick-up only.

Pietrzyk Pierogi

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Eastern Market’s pierogi queen has an “Easter Blessing Basket” on offer in three sizes, with plenty of pierogi, kielbasa, rye bread, and more. Prices range from $54 to $94, and delivery is a possibility.

Simply Scrumptious Catering

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This comforting catering operation outside Ann Arbor has glazed hams, racks of lamb, and whole roasted chickens available for Easter. They come with whipped or roasted potatoes, and carrot cake is an add-on for dessert — they can offer a gluten-free menu by request, too.

Frita Batidos/Eve

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Chef Eve Aronoff is reviving the soul of her former restaurant Eve for an Easter menu served out of Ann Arbor. The $50/person menu features quite an array of options (lamb, ham, or salmon, with a choice of sides and appetizers); it can be delivered, too.

Kruse and Muer (multiple locations)

All Kruse & Muer locations are offering a hearty package for $130 that includes glazed ham, mac and cheese, green beans almondine, and apple cobbler. It’s enough food for four to six people, and if that’s not your thing, all locations will be open for carry out with their regular menus, too (but only until 7 p.m.).

Rochester Chop House & Bar

The Rochester Chop House will open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Easter with a carry out menu, but is also offering a meaty meal for six with a whole roaster tenderloin in marsala demi-glace, sides, and a cobbler dessert — it’ll cost you $190.

Joe Muer (multiple locations)

This long-time purveyor of all things oceanic has an elaborate dinner package on offer for $48 per person, featuring crab balls, shrimp cocktails, and crab-stuffed flounder with beurre blanc (among other options). Alternatively, there’s a brunch option for $34/person, with ricotta crepes, quiche, pastries, and more. Orders must go through the Bloomfield Hills restaurant no later than April 8, but can be picked up downtown, too.

Three Cats Restaurant

This cozy Clawson restaurant is doing an Easter menu with roasted pork loin, wild mushroom bisque, and a flourless chocolate cake (plus other sides) for $25.95 per person. Advance orders are required, and while there’s no precise cut-off day or time, the restaurant warns that quantities are limited so: get in early. Delivery is an option, too.

Bacco Ristorante

Make it an all-Italian Easter with the help of Bacco — there isn’t a fixed Easter menu per se, but the restaurant is promising customizable full menu packages that will feature favorites from the menu.

Chive Kitchen

Vegan restaurant Chive Kitchen is accepting orders for Easter dishes like roasted rosemary sweet potatoes, corny beef seitan, and dill pickle soup for pickup on Saturday, April 11.

Ackroyd's Scottish Bakery

Ackroyd’s Scottish Bakery in Redford is shipping out chocolate Easter bunnies, Cadbury eggs, and fresh hot cross buns for Sunday celebrations.

Voyager

Voyager is offering a Sunday brunch option in addition to its current carryout menu. Customers can purchase a la carte items like bloody mary mix, pancake mix, smoked salmon plates, deviled eggs, biscuits, and strada.

TABLE No. 2 Restaurant

Table No. 2 on Livernois is celebrating its one-year anniversary with Easter dinner meals available for $25 per person for orders of at least four meals. Customers can order the meal for pickup on Saturday or Sunday.

Nosh Pit Detroit

Vegan restaurant Nosh Pit is accepting orders until 4 p.m. on Friday, April 10 for Easter dinner meals for two. Gluten-free options are available and pickup will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Coriander Kitchen and Farm

This kitchen with its own on-site farm is offering a four-pound leg of lamb as the centerpiece in its Easter dinner package, along with veggies and sides (you’ll just need to roast the lamb at home) — it’s $180 and serves four to six. Pick up only; get those orders in by noon on April 8.

Grey Ghost

Pick up a brunch kit from this excellent Cass Corridor bar, and help yourself to orange-glazed ham tenderloin, frittata, sticky buns, lamb sausages, and more. The whole package costs $95, orders are due April 9; pick-up only.

Pietrzyk Pierogi

Eastern Market’s pierogi queen has an “Easter Blessing Basket” on offer in three sizes, with plenty of pierogi, kielbasa, rye bread, and more. Prices range from $54 to $94, and delivery is a possibility.

Simply Scrumptious Catering

This comforting catering operation outside Ann Arbor has glazed hams, racks of lamb, and whole roasted chickens available for Easter. They come with whipped or roasted potatoes, and carrot cake is an add-on for dessert — they can offer a gluten-free menu by request, too.

Frita Batidos/Eve

Chef Eve Aronoff is reviving the soul of her former restaurant Eve for an Easter menu served out of Ann Arbor. The $50/person menu features quite an array of options (lamb, ham, or salmon, with a choice of sides and appetizers); it can be delivered, too.

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