Sure, the decadent buffets with chocolate fountains and unlimited shellfish might be out of the question this year, but trust a town that does brunch on the regular to, well, deliver, especially in a time of crisis.
This Easter will be a bit different, but you can still order succulent roast meats, spring-inspired pastries and plenty of chocolate eggs even in quarantine. Whether you take Easter seriously or just see it as a means to eat your weight in candy, here’s where to order Easter brunch and dinner for takeout and delivery in L.A.
Menu: It's no surprise that this Michael Mina steakhouse is offering some serious roasts for Easter. Each meal package feeds between four and six people and includes sides of salad, parker house rolls with truffle butter, mac and cheese, and market vegetables. Choose from meaty entrées such as a six-pound bone-in prime rib roast; harissa-marinated pulled lamb "barbacoa"; whole roast chicken; roasted pork loin; and Korean-inspired beef short ribs.
Menu: Normally we’re all about the view at this indoor-outdoor rooftop favorite, but this weekend Élephante is giving us something to get excited about at home. The breezy Santa Monica restaurant is offering a family-style feast that feeds four, and all for $100. The Easter meal includes slow-roasted lamb shoulder, crispy potatoes, spring vegetables with pecorino cheese, an herby gem lettuce salad, and a side of mint salsa verde.
Menu: One of the oldest and best BBQ joints in the city wants to feed you on Easter, and we say you should let it. Smoked-meat institution Gus’s is offering two family-style meal deals for Sunday: There’s a traditional Easter ham dinner, which includes a seven-pound smoked spiral ham with sides such as mashed potatoes, deviled eggs and creamed corn, but if you’re craving BBQ, there’s also a Southern-style BBQ feast involving ribs (either Memphis- or St. Louis-style), chicken, pulled pork, your choice of beef brisket or smoked sausage, and three sides with some cornbread.
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