easter dinner to go houston

Easter celebrations are going to be different this year. Gathering with family and friends at a restaurant (or even hosting a party with others in your home) just isn’t possible with what we’re going through right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a delicious Easter meal from one of Houston’s great restaurants. This year, many Houston restaurants will be offering special to-go Easter Sunday meals so you can celebrate the holiday with some tasty food in the comfort and safety of your home.

We’ve put together a list of some of the spots around town where you’ll be able to get special Easter meals, from brunch to dinner, to-go for your family. Some of these may be available on food delivery services like DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats if you’re unable or unwilling to go pick up your order.


Bistro Provence

This French bistro will be offering a special three-course Easter feast for four. The menu features salmon terrine, cold avocado and cucumber soup, tuna and goat cheese quiche lorraine, coq au vin, lemon meringue tart, and more. $145 total. Order must be placed by 2 pm on Wednesday, April 8th and will be available for pickup Saturday afternoon.

Brasserie du Parc

This Easter menu is designed to feed six people and there are a la carte options available as well. Menu includes white mushroom and leek soup, beef bourguignon with rigatoni pasta gratin, and vanilla bourbon pecan pie. Cost is $165 and orders must be placed by Wednesday for Sunday pickup.

Capital Grille

The steakhouse is offering a rack of bone-in filet, grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes, salad, and apple crostata. $95 for two or $185 for four to six diners. Place your order by Saturday, April 11.


Have a sweet tooth? This cupcake shop has multiple spring and Easter-themed cupcakes, include carrot cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, spring confetti cupcakes, lemon coconut cupcakes, and more.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Get an appetizer (crab cake or sous-vide bacon), salad, prime rib with chateau potatoes and roasted broccoli, and strawberry cheesecake for $60 per person. Plus they’re offering half off all bottles of wine that are under $400. Place your order by Wednesday, April 8th.

Del Frisco’s Grille

Get an appetizer, salad, entree, and side for $60 per person. Some options include Smoked Salmon Platter, Glazed Ham and Mac & Cheese, deviled eggs, and more. Wines are 50% off.

Etoile Cuisine et Bar

This menu will feed six individuals and includes two deviled eggs per person, roasted leg of lamb, vanilla cheesecake with fresh strawberries, and more. A la carte options also available. $255 per order. Place by Wednesday, April 8 for pickup on Easter Sunday or day of your choosing.

Eugene’s Gulf Coast Cuisine

This Montrose seafood restaurant will be offering several different take-and-bake options for six, eight, or 12-15 diners. Choices include crawfish etouffee, crawfish enchiladas, chicken and sausage gumbo, and tons of sides. Place your order by Friday for pickup Saturday afternoon.

Federal Grill

Order a family dinner for four to-go that includes salad, entree (honey baked ham, short ribs, salmon, meatloaf, or truffle cream cheese stuffed chicken), sides, and a massive chocolate chip cookie. Orders need to be placed 24 hours in advance.

Fogo de Chao

Get all the meat you can handle with filet mignon, ribeye, lamb chops, or salmon plus some amazing sides, like Brazilian potato salad, steamed asparagus, and more. Add some desserts and wine as well. Orders must be picked up by 6 pm on Saturday, April 11.


This great Heights restaurant offers three different family meal options that will feed four to six people. Options include the Southern family meal (fried chicken, mac and cheese, green beans), a brunch meal (biscuits and gravy, veggie egg bake, deviled eggs), or a prime rib meal (prime rib, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts). Prices vary. Order by Thursday for pickup Easter Sunday.


These Mexican-inspired meals for two include lamb barbacoa, achiote rubbed seabass, oven roasted chicken, and more. Every meal comes with a salad, two sides, and dessert. Prices range from $60-$85. Get your order in by Thursday for Saturday pick up.


The steakhouse will be offering three-course meals for two at $109. Choices include apps like shrimp cocktail and lamb lollipops, entrees including filet mignon and lobster tail, sides, and desserts. Orders must be placed by Thursday, April 9th.

The Oceanaire

This Galleria seafood restaurant will have a four-course Easter menu available. You can get it chilled to heat up at home or heated and ready to serve. Each meal comes with a starter, salad, entree, and family-style sides.

Orleans Seafood Kitchen

Enjoy a full menu of seafood delights (from gumbo to fried shrimp) and crawfish specials. Plus get 20% off on curbside pickup this Sunday.

Ouisie’s Table

Despite being closed the last couple of weeks, this local favorite will reopen for Easter Sunday with multiple menu options available. Place your order by Saturday for pickup on Easter Sunday.

Pinkertons Barbecue

Get your orders in for brisket, ribs, sausage, turkey, potato salad, and cheese rice at this world-class BBQ spot.

Pit Room

This Montrose BBQ joint will have meat by the pound (brisket, pulled pork, sausage, chicken, pork ribs) and numerous sides available.

The Rustic

Pat Green’s restaurant will be offering Easter Meal Kits you can take and cook at home (pickup April 10-12) or Ready to Eat meals on Easter Sunday. Options include prime rib, pork tenderloin, game hens, and more. Prices vary depending on what you choose and how many people you need to feed.

Saint Arnold Brewing Co.

Houston’s oldest craft brewery will be offering both cook-at-home packs and ready-to-eat meals that serve four to six individuals and include entrees, sides, dessert, and a couple of six packs of beer, cider, or root beer. Order by Friday at noon.

State Fare Kitchen & Bar

This Easter brunch comes with a deviled egg kit, Easter egg dye kit, two dozen raw eggs, ready-to-cook biscuits, strawberry jam, two pounds of bacon and sausand, butter, honey baked ham, and a breakfast potato kit. Order by Wednesday, for pickup Friday through Sunday.


Know of any other Houston restaurants offering special Easter to-go menus? Let us know by commenting below.