When you order from Terra Plata, you can provide a meal for a family in need via the Food Is Love Project.

If you haven’t yet locked in your takeout plans for Easter Sunday, you’re not alone. Fortunately for those taking a “just-in-time” approach to Easter brunch or dinner, there are plenty of great options.

Here is our list to get you started:

Copine – You’ll have to be fast to get your order in for Sunday’s Fried Chicken takeout dinner for two. It comes with horseradish mashed potatoes, a little gem lettuce salad, and is made with all of the care folks have come to expect from this Ballard gem of a fine dining restaurant. Order online before they sell out, and then pick up on Sunday, April 12.

Epulo Bistro – Tim Morris and his team have a wonderful Easter offering: Painted Hills Beef prime Rib for 2. Roasted potatoes, asparagus, and salad round out your meal, plus a bottle of wine. Call 425-678-8680 to place your order for pick up on Saturday, April 11 or Sunday, April 12.

Kaffeeklatsch Cafe – Annette Heide-Jessen’s bakery and cafe has a variety of Easter offerings, including hot cross buns, bunny cookies, and the traditional German Easter bread, osterzopf. Call 206-462-1059 to place your order for pickup on Sunday, April 12.

Nuflours – Looking for a fun, gluten-free Easter activity for the whole family? Nuflours is offering vegan Easter cookie decorating kits, plus a variety of delicious brunch options, including their famous cinnamon rolls, quiche, challah, and more. Be sure to call and place your order by Friday, April 10 at 1 PM.

Patrick’s Cafe and Bakery – The Easter Brunch Special serves four or more, and includes a variety of sweet and savory offerings, including mini pastries, roasted turkey breast, portuguese sausage stuffing, mac salad, and more! Order online for pickup on Sunday, April 12 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

Petit Pierre Bakery – This family-owned bakery is temporarily closed, but they’ve decided to do some special Easter baking! Order hot cross buns by the half dozen online and then pick them up curbside on Saturday, April 11 or Sunday, April 12. Bonus: If you live in the 98199 zip code, local delivery is available.

Plum Bistro – Makini Howell is ready to treat your family to a sweet and savory vegan brunch, including salted caramel apple french toast, tofu scramble, hashbrowns, and more. Order online for pickup or delivery on Sunday, April 11.

Purple Dot Cafe – It’s time to start or celebrate an Easter dim sum tradition! Whether you’re craving an array of dumplings and shu mai, congee, or a variety of Chinese favorites for dinner, Jason Xie and his cooks have got you covered. Call 206-622-0288 to place your takeout order.

Terra Plata – Pre-order Easter @ Home, dinner for two or more prepared by chef Tamara Murphy and her talented team. Choose from Veal or Rack of Lamb accompanied by delicious sides and your choice of dessert. Add a “Feed A Family Meal” to your order and a meal will be delivered to a family in need by the Food is Love Project. Order online for pickup on Saturday, April 11 or Sunday, April 12.

Union Saloon – Craving prime rib? Enjoy Easter dinner for two, including your choice of duchess potatoes or gigantes beans, and optional dessert. Order online for pick-up on Sunday, April 12.

Bonus: Buddha Bruddah – Mark and Drea Mizer’s Hawaiian-Thai restaurant continues to delight with their in-house delivery service. Order a family-sized mix plate, family pack, or a la carte for takeout or delivery on Sunday, April 12 from 4 PM-8 PM.

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