Cooking a massive Easter meal for breakfast or dinner can be stressful. Spend less time in the kitchen and more time searching for eggs and enjoying your family’s company with these Easter Meals To Go in Boston. We’re rounding up the best places to order Easter Meals Delivery in Boston.
Also, you can order these and any other meals from the convenience of wherever you are and at a cheap, low price using Postmates food delivery service.
Sonsie, Back Bay
Sonsie is offering an Easter package that serves four people, ready-made to preheat at home. They’re offering two types of comprehensive meal packages, one that features a marinated rack of lamb ($140) and another that has a glazed ham ($115). Be sure to place your orders by this Friday, April 2nd.
Capo, South Boston
Leg of lamb, rosemary jus, and roasted heirloom vegetables sounds like the perfect Easter meal. For $140, your Easter Lamb Dinner will serve 4-6. Are you also looking for an easy way to whip up some cocktails? You can add on 32 oz Espresso Martini or Margarita for an additional $45.
The foodies out there will not want to miss this takeout deal. The Barbara Lynch Collective is offering mustard and herb-crusted rack of lamb ($150), applewood smoked Berkshire ham ($150), a roast turkey ($120), and appetizers like charcuterie (starting at $50) and little gem salads ($20). Most orders will serve 3-4, and preheating instructions will be provided. Preorder is available now until Friday at 5 PM.
Boston Market, locations in Medford, Waltham, Saugus, Framingham
The beloved Boston Market is offering heat and serve prime rib dinners, along with a la carte side dish offerings. Looking for delivery? Boston Market will deliver a pre-made, pre-cooked complete meal anywhere. Orders for delivery must be placed by March 31st. Your orders can be custom to the number of meals you need. A spiral-sliced ham meal for 12 costs $119, and includes mashed potatoes, gravy, creamed spinach, mac and cheese, a sweet potato casserole, fresh-baked cornbread, and apple pie.
Lincoln Tavern, South Boston
While Lincoln isn’t offering an Easter meal, they are accepting pre-orders for Easter Candy Baskets and a DIY Easter Cookie kit! Pickup will be available this weekend, with the cookie kit at $20, the Valrhona Easter Bunny at $15, and the candy basket at $45.
The Capital Grille, Back Bay
The Capital Grille is offering Easter meals at home, with a three-course dinner ready to warm and serve. You can select an Easter dinner for two ($155) or four ($275), and can elevate your dinner game by adding a shrimp cocktail, lobster tails, or lobster macaroni and cheese.
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