It may fall on April 1 this year, but your Easter meal should be no joke. Whether you’re planning on having brunch, lunch, or dinner, if you aren’t interested in cooking, these restaurants have got you (and your family!) covered for your Easter feast.Familiar names like Bob Evans, Cracker Barrel, and Shoney’s are all serving up Easter meals that you can either pick up hot, pick up cold and cook at home, or have served to you while you wear your Sunday best. So go on that Easter egg hunt and gobble up all the chocolate bunnies and Peeps you can handle, because these nine chain restaurants will be doing the majority of the leg work on your Easter feast. These familiar and family-friendly restaurant chains are offering Easter meals nationwide for the holiday, with menus ranging from traditional Easter ham and dressing to Southern fried chicken to trussed up lamb and even Italian-style pasta. Whether you are picking your feast up to-go or dining in, these nine chain restaurants that will be serving Easter meals are the way to go if you’re not interested in starting from scratch.
Fleming’s will be serving a three-course Easter brunch for the holiday, beginning at 10 a.m. Guests can enjoy menu options like decadent cinnamon apple brioche French toast, lobster bisque, and bacon and blue cheese Bloody Marys.
This Easter, HomeTown Buffet is offering an Easter family pack to-go. The take-home dinner offers a spread of main dishes and sides, including two whole pies of your choosing.
Enjoy Easter brunch at McCormick & Schmick’s this year. Guests can select from such options as biscuits and gravy, smoked salmon, jalapeño cheese grits, and much more.
Shoney’s will host an all-day Easter brunch featuring a special brunch bar that will serve up coconut shrimp, squash casserole, edamame succotash, ham, turkey, fried chicken, and meatloaf.
Tony Roma’s is celebrating Easter with a $23 menu this year. Guests can enjoy boneless beef short rib with a choice of soup or salad, mashed potatoes, and a vegetable option. If a $23 Easter dinner doesn’t sound swanky enough, you can always check out our feature that highlights the most expensive restaurant in every state.