Easter takeout toronto

Toronto restaurants doing Easter takeout and delivery

Be your own Easter bunny this year

It looks like Toronto is in for another Easter at home, with Premier Doug Ford urging Ontarians not to proceed with Easter plans as COVID cases continue to rise. Although we’ll be celebrating with friends and family virtually this year, that doesn’t mean we can’t eat well. Make the most of the long weekend relaxation time with these Easter takeout options from these top Toronto restaurants.

 

The Drake

 

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The Drake’s annual Feaster dinner is back for another year and it looks as delicious as ever. Available for pick-up at the Drake Hotel or Drake Commissary, diners can choose from apple and dijon-glazed house-smoked ham or the veggie-friendly celeriac and leek gratin with smoked almond crumble, plus all the fixings. As an add-on, the Drake is also offering decadent chocolate Easter eggs from Centre + Main’s Chocolate Co., proceeds from which will be donated to the Stop Food Community Centre’s emergency food access program.

 

Oliver & Bonacini

 

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Oliver & Bonacini’s restaurants are offering an Easter takeout meal for every kind of celebration. Opt for an elegant Easter brunch with Auberge du Pommier, which includes smoked steelhead trout and roast lamb shoulder, or go for Maison’s Selby’s classic, four-course lamb roast. Canoe is offering a multi-course tasting menu made to reheat at home, featuring dishes like bacon-wrapped aged Albertan beef filet and bourbon-poached pear.

 

George Restaurant

 

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Queen East fine dining restaurant George is offering a lavish seafood dinner to celebrate Good Friday. The four-course meal includes dishes like tuna tartare with smoked pear and lemongrass mayo, and sablefish with black barley and cauliflower. It’s available for pick-up at the restaurant or dine-in on their lovely patio.

 

Eataly

 

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Add an interactive element to your Easter festivities with Eataly’s virtual cooking class on April 3. In a one-hour Zoom class, a chef from Eataly’s La Scuola will walk participants through the steps of preparing an Easter feast of Italian antipasti, a rack of Ontario lamb and a dessert. Ingredients are delivered to your home before the class, along with a bottle of wine to complete the meal.

 

Four Seasons


The Four Seasons has you covered for both sweet and savoury Easter takeout options. Takeaway meals courtesy of Cafe Boulud include a choice between roast beef prime rib or roast leg of lamb. Inspired by chef Daniel Boulud’s family meals in Lyon, France and designed to feed six, meals come with an array of sides like brown butter heirloom carrots, and grilled lemon rapini. For dessert or Easter snacking, there are cute chocolate chickens and bunnies, as well as colourful truffles.

 

Rodney’s Oyster House


Rodney’s Oyster House’s aptly-named “Oyster Bunny Brunch” features seafood-focused mains like lobster and tarragon creamed leek quiche, and hot smoked salmon rosti. Many of the items give diners the choice of picking up the food either hot or ready to prepare at home, making it a convenient option for different kinds of celebrations. The menu includes recommended wine pairings, or you can go for the Sea-sar kit, which comes with the ingredients to make three kinds of Caesar cocktails.

 

Marben Restaurant


Marben’s heat-at-home Easter dinner kit features fresh, seasonal ingredients, centring on spring lamb from Beverly Creek Farms. The four-course meal includes a lamb fat brioche with rhubarb butter as well as a white bean and dandelion stew, with a purple carrot cake with chartreuse cream cheese frosting to finish. Pre-orders must be made at least 48 hours in advance, with meals available for pick-up from the restaurant.

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