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Takeout Options for Easter Sunday Dining

Written By Scott Joseph On April 3, 2020

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It’s official: There will be no all-you-can-eat Easter Sunday brunches this year. Though I know if he could figure out the logistics, Steve Gunter would set up his famous Tap Room at Dubsdread spread in the parking lot so people in cars could just keep circling around to get more food.

So, yes, it’s going to be takeout, and I’m thinking takeout is going to be more attractive this year than cooking the Easter dinner yourself. At least you won’t have to brave the hordes at the grocery store to get all your ingredients.

And you’ll be helping to keep some of our local restaurants open by ordering your food from them. And that’s definitely an Easterly thing to do.

Here’s a list of restaurants that, so far, have indicated they will be offering Easter takeout. Note that in some cases the orders must be placed a few days in advance; some also require the food to be picked up prior to Easter Sunday for reheating.

The list will be updated regularly as new information comes in.

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