Easter Brunch Options in Clarendon
Similar to the rest of the holidays this past year, Easter plans may look a little different! While you might not be able to celebrate the day at a large gathering with family and friends, that doesn’t mean you have to give up celebrating entirely. Clarendon has got you covered with Covid-friendly options whether you want to dine out at a restaurant, order catering, or whip up a feast of your own at home.
Dine Out or Order In
The Liberty Tavern
The Liberty Tavern will be available for in-house dining and curbside pick up on Easter Sunday for brunch from 9am-2pm and for dinner from 4pm-8pm. Take a look at the menu, reserve your table, or pre-order your meal here.
The Liberty Tavern also offers Private Dining and Catering for socially distant gatherings both at the restaurant and offsite. If you are interested in this, you can inquire here.
Lyon Hall will also be offering a special Easter Menu for both in-house dining and pick up on April 4. Brunch will be served from 10am-3pm and a special Easter dinner menu will be served from 4:30pm-8:30pm.
If you are not interested in dining at the restaurant but are still enticed by the menu, you can pre-order an Easter meal as long as it is placed by Friday, April 2 at 5pm. Same-day ordering will be available while supply lasts.
If you are looking for Easter pastries, baked goods, and more, Northside Social will be open on Easter Sunday for dine-in and catering. Their Easter menu offers a variety of baked goods, including breads, sweets, quiches, and even mimosa kits! They also have Easter basket gifts, wine, pastry boxes, catering platters, and all of your other Northside Social favorites.
If you are interested in ordering catering, they ask that you pre-order from their online menu at least 48 hours in advance. Same day ordering and pick up will be available while supplies last.
Interested in a made-from-scratch Southern brunch or supper for Easter? Tupelo Honey has got you covered. Reservations for all-day brunch or dinner can be made on their website.
They will also be offering Family ToGo Meals for 2, 4, or 6 starting at just $10 per person. Begin a scheduled order here.
Whip Up a Feast
If you are interested in cooking and celebrating from home, it should be no surprise that Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods have got you covered.
Head over to Whole Foods if you’re interested in ordering an Easter meal or want to cook up your own feast. They are offering meals that can be ordered here, including an Easter feast for 12, a spiral-sliced ham dinner for 8, a lemon turkey breast dinner for 4, a crab cake dinner for 4, a vegan dinner for 2, and many more mouthwatering sides and dishes. Pickup dates are between 3/31-4/4, and orders must be placed a minimum of 24 hours ahead of pickup date and time.
If you’re interested in cooking, they have created a variety of recipes including a leg of lamb with mint salsa verde, lemony asparagus salad, spinach and strawberry salad, creamy cucumber chive cups, honey-glazed ham with fresh pineapple chutney, and many more dishes, appetizers, sides, and desserts that can all be found here.
Trader Joe’s has got you covered when it comes to the Easter traditions such as making Easter Baskets full of treats and dyeing eggs.
Check out this list of delicious Easter treats to fill your baskets with, and look here for some other fun Easter finds and yummy desserts including egg-shaped soaps and gourmet jelly beans.
If dyeing Easter Eggs is one of your holiday traditions, Trader Joe’s is also offering a tutorial on how to dye eggs naturally with their products.
Lyon Place wishes a Happy Easter to everyone who is celebrating, and hopefully one of these options, whether you’re dining out, catering, or cooking a feast from home works for you!