Every year I publish my favorite eateries in Las Vegas for Easter brunch. Not this year!
So I have chosen some of my favs that are doing take out. Let’s make the best of Easter Sunday at home….
Hop to it, Las Vegas!
Fleming’s (Town Square)
One of my favorite spendy places to enjoy the best steak in town has a three-course family-style Easter menu. Fleming’s is charging a remarkably reasonable $120 to feed a family of four.
The meal includes one entree, a salad, two sides and a dessert. Everything is served family-style.
The entrees include those great steaks, including an 8 ounce petite filet mignon, a certified Anges ribeye or a 20-ounce bone-in ribeye. If you’d rather lobster tails, well, you can have ’em. Miso-glazed Chilean sea bass and a chicken breast are available for the meat avoiders.
Sides includes the stereotypical mashed potatoes. But roasted asparagus and chipotle cheddar mac and cheese are options too.
Desserts are either the chocolate gooey butter cake or New York cheesecake.
Worth the money, in my opinion!
Curbside pick from noon to 9 pm.
Carrabba’s (Summerlin and Henderson)
Fleming’s more affordable cousin is serving Easter dinner for four for $49.99. And the offer is good for Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday.
The meal includes Carrabba’s signature fresh bread with herbs and oil. Then comes penne pomodoro. You get to select an entree of either chicken picatta or mahi wulfe. Sauteed broccoli is your veggie. Dessert is chocolate dream desserts.
You can added four New Zealond lamb chops instead of the fish or chicken for $19.99 more.
There’s curb-side pick-up or Uber Eats will deliver the food to your door.
As Carrabba’s says, “memories can still become traditions even when they aren’t traditional.”
Wolfgang Puck Players Locker (Downtown Summerlin)
The new venture with the Vegas Golden Knights players has a hat trick of an Easter menu. It’s $40 per person with a minimum order for two people. This is the most expensive of my options but oh what a meal!
Tempt your taste buds at the start with rosemary and sea salt focaccia.
Dinner starts with an endive and arugula salad that has my fav, goat cheese, in it. It’s topped with a champagne-herbed vinaigrette.
Entrees are either glazed smoked ham in a bourbon brown sugar sauce or mustard-herbed roasted lamb (what the Brits eat for Easter).
Veggies includes creamy potatoes au grain, honey-glazed carrots and sugar snap peas.
Dessert is either carrot cake with a cream cheese frosting or strawberry shortcake with whipped cream.
Carry out from the restaurant.
Pasta Shop Ristorante (Henderson)
Pasta Shop Ristorante will be closed on Easter Sunday. But you can pick your meal any time Saturday.
The meal kit costs $24.95. You do have to cook the pasta yourself. The kit feeds two.
It includes fresh pasta, Caesar salad, garlic bread, pomodoro sauce and a choice of meatballs, sausage or vegan meatballs. The dessert is homemade cannoli.
PIck up is curbside.
Black Bear Diner (Henderson and Las Vegas)
Black Bear Diner is serving up its Easter ham dinner. The meal costs $39.99 and feeds four.
The meal includes ham slices, red-skin mashed potatoes topped with homemade country gravy and a side of seasonal vegetables.
You can pick up your food curbside or have Doordash or Uber Eats bring it to you.
Blaze Pizza (online)
Blaze Pizza has weekly online specials. This week you get two large two-topping pizzas for $22. That includes FREE delivery, but you do have to tip the pizza guy or gal.
The company prides itself on no-contact delivery. When you order online, be sure to fill in the Special Instructions box to tell the third-party driver exactly where to leave your pizzas.
Grimaldi’s Pizza (Henderson, Las Vegas, Summerlin)
Grimaldi’s is throwing in a FREE slice of cheesecake on Easter Sunday if you order it’s $40 family meal.
It includes two 18-inch traditional pizzas, four fountain drinks and a large house or Caesar salad.
The meals are available for carry-out or delivery.
Have a holy, healthy, safe and wonderful non-traditional Easter meal. Who knows, maybe take out will be the way to go!
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
Your Las Vegas Real Estate Concierge
AKA The Eater Extraordinaire
MBA: L’ecole du Hard Knocks
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P.S. All these opinions are my own. If you don’t like goat cheese, well, sooo sorry!