Easter Meals Seattle 2021
Artisan chocolate bunnies from Bakery Nouveau. (via Bakery Nouveau’s Facebook page)

There are plenty of ways to celebrate Easter 2021 in the Greater Seattle area, whether you’re looking for a four-course meal, a quiet and easy dinner to make at home, or just a pick-me-up treat to get you in the spirit of things.

This year, restaurants and eateries across the region have come up with some innovative and tasty ways to celebrate Easter despite limited restaurant capacity. From brunch kits to takeout to outdoor dining, here are some options for where you can get Easter meals and treats in Seattle:


Addo #LatinoOwned

Founded by chef Eric Rivera, Addo in Ballard is an incubator and restaurant that features food and drink from a variety of up and coming chefs.

For Easter, Addo is offering two options for a three-course tasting menu: The Good Bunny and the Bad Bunny.

Archipelago #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Husband-and-wife duo Aaron Verzosa and Amber Manuguid create dishes that reflect pre-colonial to present-day Filipino cuisine made with local Washington ingredients at their Hillman City restaurant, Archipelago.

Archipelago is offering a limited edition box featuring a 10 course Easter tasting menu inspired by the book “Today’s Special,” which highlights 100 emerging chefs from around the world.

Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi #WomanOwned #FamilyOwned

Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi in Bellevue is a contemporary steak and sushi house owned by Elaina Herber, Paul Herber, and Jefferey Frederick who have made a splash in the Pacific Northwest fine dining scene for their innovative cooking techniques and panoramic views.

The restaurant is offering a four-course Easter meal kit to make at home and a dine-in Easter brunch with reservations.

Damoori Kitchen #FamilyOwned #MinorityOwned #WomanOwned

Damoori Kitchen owners Andrea and Conor Ryan share authentic Lebanese cuisine with the Magnolia neighborhood and is named after Andrea’s father’s hometown in Lebanon.

For Easter, Damoori Kitchen has a meal kit for four featuring their Easter menu, which you can order as a whole or choose a la carte.

Jerk Shack #BlackOwned

Jerk Shack is a Caribbean-inspired restaurant in Belltown serving authentic Jamaican dishes based on owner Trey Lamont’s heritage and features dishes focused on made-from-scratch ingredients and housemade spices.

Jerk Shack is offering a four-course dine-in Easter brunch featuring spicy green papaya and mango salad with soft shell crab, Jerk sea scallop chowder with white truffle oil drizzle, and more through reservation only.

JuneBaby #BlackOwned

Ravenna’s JuneBaby serves food with roots and is where owner Edouardo Jordan celebrates and offers a fresh perspective on Southern food, showcasing its spirit, resourcefulness, and rich flavors.

JuneBaby is offering an Easter Brunch Kit that feeds two to four people and features hot cross buns, spring lamb hash, wild mushroom quiche, a garden salad with benne seed vinaigrette, and a mimosa kit.

Mamnoon #FamilyOwned #MinorityOwned #WomanOwned

At Mamnoon in Capitol Hill, owners Racha and Wassef Haroun, strive to connect families and friends with their vibrant dishes hailing from Lebanon and Syria.

Mamnoon is celebrating Easter with a meal kit that feeds four to six people and includes spiced-brined leg of lamb made with allspice, cinnamon, cumin, coriander, and thyme alongside their seasonal sides.

Monsoon #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Teresa Nguyen and Eric Banh marry Vietnamese tradition with modern innovation using fresh, local ingredients from the Pacific Northwest at both their Monsoon locations in Capitol Hill and Bellevue.

All Easter weekend, Monsoon is offering seafood specials of shrimp fresh rolls, grilled peppercorn halibut, Washington sweet corn and wild mushrooms, and crème caramel available for indoor and outdoor dining.

Paragon Seattle #WomanOwned

Paragon Seattle was established in Queen Anne in 1994, and Kimberly Rogozienski took the reins in 2019, preserving the restaurant’s cozy neighborhood vibe and family-style dishes using seasonal, high-quality ingredients.

Paragon is offering an Easter Brunch Kit that comes with two assembled Croque Monsieurs, four farm fresh eggs from Kurtwood Farms, applewood and pecan house smoked bacon, fresh chives and assorted herbs, and a bottle of their house natural sparkling wine and fresh squeezed orange juice.

Queen Anne Coffee Co. #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned

Queen Anne Coffee Co. owner Brianne Ryan showcases custom roasted coffee blends and house-made baked goods as part of her broader mission to serve the community and advance equality.

For Easter, Queen Anne Coffee Co. is offering brunch featuring cinnamon rolls, quiche, and pie.

Shiro’s Sushi #AsianOwned

Shiro’s Sushi in Belltown is a Seattle culinary institution owned by Yoshi Yokoyama and is famous for its use of classical Japanese technique using local PNW seafood.

Shiro’s is offering the Shiro’s Easter Platter, which comes with lamb, salmon oshi-zushi, temari-zushi, matcha shortcake, and more.

Stone House Cafe #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

Owned by LeeAnn Subelbia and her family, Stonehouse Cafe in Rainier Valley boasts breathtaking views of Lake Washington and classic American fare.

Stone House Cafe is open Easter Sunday with a three-course meal through reservation only.

The London Plane #WomanOwned

Floral designer Katherine Anderson and restauranteur Matt Dillon joined forces to open The London Plane in Pioneer Square, serving specialty foods, houseware, and flowers.

The London Plane is offering a variety of a la carte take-home options for Easter, including hot cross buns, leg of lamb, carrot cake, and more.

The Tin Table #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned

Hallie Kuperman’s restaurant and bar, The Tin Table, in Capitol Hill serves Northwestern cuisine across from Century Ballroom, a social dance hall where Hallie teaches swing dancing.

For Easter, The Tin Table has an Easter Basket Feast that features deviled eggs, carrot and coconut curry soup, a spring vegetable tart or roasted leg of lamb, and daffodil cake.

The Whale Wins #WomanOwned

At The Whale Wins in Fremont, Chef Renee Erickson works with local farmers, fishers and gardeners to create a truly authentic farm to table PNW meal. The wood-fired, veggie-focused menu is served in a bright, casual, cottage-like space with a full bar and patio.

The Whale Wins has a three-course Easter Brunch Kit for two available, featuring buckwheat blinis, strata with foraged green salad, and orange blossom rice pudding.

Union Saloon #WomanOwned

Union Saloon in Wallingford was the brainchild of owner Michelle Magidow. Rustic wooden decor complements the saloon’s hearty American menu and craftsman cocktails. Tasty comfort food like the fried chicken, German chocolate cake, and a warm vibe make Union Saloon a neighborhood favorite.

For Easter Sunday, Union Saloon is serving Easter Brunch from 9:30 AM to 2 PM with limited reservations.


Bakery Nouveau #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Bakery Nouveau owners William and Heather Leaman boasts many “best bakery” awards and bakes their one-of-a-kind goods with the utmost care at their West Seattle and Capitol Hill locations.

The bakery has a variety of Easter-themes treats available, including their artisan chocolates shaped like elephants, bunnies, and sheep as well as pastel chocolate Easter eggs that come in flavors like vanilla bean, strawberry, blood orange, yuzu, and more.

Black Magic Sweets #BlackOwned #WomanOwned

Pastry Chef Aliyah Davis creates desserts so delicious, it must be magic. Black Magic Sweets is a sustainable bakery and makes a point to source its produce from Washington farmers and collaborate with local purveyors.

Black Magic Sweets created Easter bunny printed chocolate caramel frappe macarons using Boon Boona coffee and are available at Makeda & Mingus and Communion.

Central Cafe and Juice Bar #BlackOwned #WomanOwned #FamilyOwned

Nestled inside a 1920’s historic building in the Central District, Central Cafe and Juice Bar is a special neighborhood cafe where Bridgette and Kevin Johnson serve a mouthwatering array of fresh pressed juices, smoothies, wraps, and sandwiches.

Central Cafe is offering Easter quiches of Dungeness crab or vegetable medley along with a 32 oz fresh pressed orange juice.

Fogrose Atelier #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

Quyen Dang and has been delighting customers in Bellevue with sweet treats like baked Alaska, bananas foster, and black sesame sponge cakes since opening Fogrose Atelier in 2019.

For Easter weekend, Fogrose Atelier is offering chocolate passion fruit dulce de leche cupcakes topped with toasted coconuts and chocolate eggs.

Macrina Bakery & Cafe #WomanOwned

In 1993, Leslie Mackie opened the original Macrina Bakery & Cafe, known for rustic European-style bread and pastries, and has become a leading figure in Seattle’s artisan baking scene.

Macrina Bakery & Cafe is offering plenty of sweet Easter treats, like mini carrot cake cups, Easter egg shaped brown sugar shortbread cookies, birds nest cupcakes, and more.

Macadons #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

Michael Huynh and Donna Chan’s macaron shop, Macadons, in White Center offers unique flavors of macarons and ice cream inspired by Donna’s East Asian heritage, like Thai tea, Vietnamese coffee, durian, and ube.

For Easter, Macadons is selling Easter-themed macarons and a chocolate Easter bunny breakable heart filled with mini macarons.

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