These Restaurants Are Serving Passover and Easter Menus

Let someone else do the cooking. Here's where to find brisket, latkes, rack of lamb, holiday brunch fare and golden eggs.

Many D.C.-area restaurants are serving special menus for in-house and takeout dining this Passover and Easter. (Photo courtesy of Sababa)

If you’d rather leave the cooking to someone else for your Passover or Easter celebration, you’ve got options. Dozens of restaurants in and around Arlington area are serving special menus and takeout dishes for these spring holidays. Here’s a sampling of what’s cooking:


Celebrity Delly

Takeout | Place Order by 2 p.m., April 3 | Pick Up April 5

Savor a seven-dish Passover spread for 5 people or more ($38.99 per person) at this legendary deli in Falls Church. Choices include matzoh ball soup, gefilte fish, honey-garlic green beans, carrot tzimmes, slow-braised brisket, salmon beurre blanc, and latkes with apple sauce and sour cream. Oh, and did we mention the chocolate matzoh and flourless chocolate cake? // 7263A Arlington Blvd., Falls Church

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Founding Farmers is serving a customizable dinner for four, as well as a la carte options, for Passover. (Photo by Farmers Restaurant Group)

Founding Farmers

Takeout | Place Order by Noon, March 31 | Pick Up April 5-6

Order Passover menu items a la carte or a customizable dinner for four ($160-180) from this Tysons restaurant serving “food with a conscience.” Choose from haroset, matzoh ball soup, quinoa tabbouleh, roasted potatoes, fig orange-glazed chicken, slow-cooked brisket, braised lamb shank, flourless limoncello almond torte and more. // 1800 Tysons Blvd., Tysons

Neighborhood Provisions

Takeout | Place Order by 5 p.m., April 1

This online market and delivery service from Neighborhood Restaurant Group is offering two Passover dinner options serving four—braised beef brisket ($179) or citrus-and-dijon-glazed salmon ($148). Each comes with roasted beet salad, latkes with sour cream, haroset, baharat-roasted carrots and sweet kugel. Looking for extras? Add on a Seder plate (lamb shank, horseradish, parsley, boiled egg; $20) and/or matzoh ball soup (one quart; $13). // Delivery or pickup available.

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The chicken schnitzel at Sababa is encrusted with matzoh and served with hot honey and house pickles. (Photo courtesy of Sababa)


Dine-In | April 5 & April 13, 5-9:30 p.m.

Venture across the Potomac for Passover dining at “cool” Israeli eatery Sababa. The Cleveland Park restaurant is serving curated selections for the holiday, including matzoh-crusted chicken schnitzel (with sweet corn tahina, hot honey, house pickles; $28), braised beef brisket (sweet potato, carrot and date tzimmes; $28) and a cherry blossom tart (sesame crust; $12). // 3311 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D.C.


Bayou Bakery

Dine-In | April 8-9, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Find egg- and bunny-shaped sugar cookies, dollar deviled eggs, hot cross buns and more on the all-day Easter brunch menu at Bayou Bakery. As Easter weekend coincides with Masters Week, golfer and Bayou chef/owner David Guas has also prepared a few specials to celebrate on the links, including egg salad or pimiento cheese sandwiches for $5. Both fillers are also sold in half-pints to go (egg salad $5; pimiento cheese $7) for sandwich-crafting at home. // 1515 N. Courthouse Road, Arlington (Courthouse) 


Brunch at Bonefish Grill (Photo courtesy of Bonefish Grill)

Bonefish Grill

Dine-In | April 9, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Choose from multiple mouthwatering brunch dishes at Bonefish Grill this Easter, each of which is accompanied by bacon and breakfast potatoes. The choices include Grand Marnier French toast sticks ($14.90), crab and fontina frittata ($17.90) and more. Wash your meal down with a mimosa, Bloody Mary or shareable pitcher of blackberry red sangria, sparkling mango white sangria or Parker’s margarita (orange juice and Grand Marnier.) // 1101 S. Joyce St., Arlington (Westpost)

Mount Vernon Inn

Dine-In | April 9, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Dive into a holiday buffet ($70 adult; $25 children over 5) at the Mount Vernon Inn, a restaurant on the estate of George Washington’s Mount Vernon whose roots date back to the 1700s. The menu includes honey-glazed ham, chicken Madeira, shaved prime rib, garlic-parmesan mashed potatoes, mixed berry salad, gluten-free carrot cake and other tasty options. // 3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon

Neighborhood Provisions

Takeout | Place Order by 5 p.m., April 4

Neighborhood Provisions’ Easter spread includes a la carte options such as heat-and-eat hashbrowns ($35), breakfast casserole (hashbrowns, egg, cheddar, sausage; $45), a bagel-and-lox platter ($45), herb-rubbed beef tenderloin ($139) and Buzz Bakeshop take-and-bake cinnamon rolls ($30). // Delivery or pickup available.


End a meal at Osteria da Nino with something sweet, like house-made tiramisu (Photo courtesy of Osteria da Nino)

Osteria da Nino

Dine-In | April 9, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (Brunch) & 4-9 p.m. (Dinner)

Dine in for brunch or dinner at this Italian restaurant in Shirlington. The robust brunch menu includes eggs Benedict (with smoked salmon for $16 or crab cake for $22), uova al purgatorio (three eggs “in hell” with spicy arrabiata tomato sauce, red onions, sausage; $16), lobster ravioli ($27) and polenta and shrimp ($19). Going for dinner? Choose your favorites from the Easter menu or regular dinner menu. // 2900 S. Quincy St., Arlington (Shirlington)

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Take Easter outside at The Perch, with putt-putt golf and a host of food options. (Photo courtesy of Perch Putt)

Easter at The Perch

Outdoor Festival | April 9, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Make Easter brunch an outdoor affair this year, complete with sack races, an egg hunt and putt-putt. Food and beverage options include cocktails from Rhum Roost, drinks and munchies from Starr Hill Biergarten, tacos from Los Dos Carlos and barbecue from Grandpa Hank’s Jamaican Chicken. // 1805 Capitol One Drive, 11th Floor, Tysons. $20 per children participating in the hunt.

Rocklands Barbeque & Grilling Company

Takeout | Place Order by April 6

Celebrate Easter at home with a spread from Rocklands. The options include deviled eggs ($1.25 each), grilled rack of lamb ($44.99), whole-glazed spiral ham ($159.99), grilled beef tenderloin ($39.99 per pound), wild rice with walnuts and parsley ($2.99 per serving) and more. // 3471 Washington Blvd., Arlington (Virginia Square)


Dine-In | April 9, 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Treat yourself to a bottomless Easter brunch at this newly reopened revolving restaurant in National Landing. The meal ($90 adults; $40 kids) features oysters on the half shell, a carving station with roasted leg of lamb, seafood cioppino, fried chicken and waffles, seared ahi tuna and soba noodle salad, and “petit” desserts. Thirsty? A round of mimosas for age 21+ is included. // 300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington (National Landing) 

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Thompson Italian is serving in-house brunch and takeout Easter boxes for the holiday, including Katherine Thompson’s famous olive oil cake. (Photo by Steve Vilnit)

Thompson Italian

Dine-In | April 9, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Takeout | Place Order by 3 p.m., April 6 | Pick Up April 7-9

Dine in or take out from this family-owned Italian trattoria in Falls Church (which added a second location in Old Town Alexandria earlier this year). The 3-course prix fixe brunch ($50 per person) features cream scones with rhubarb compote, roasted mushroom frittata, French toast with pineapple, and olive oil cake with creme fraiche mousse, raisin marmellata and Maldon salt. Prefer to dine at home? Order an Easter meal box ($225), loaded with garlic bread, burrata, roasted lasagna verde, carrot loaf cake and more. (The Old Town location will also offer the Easter box and its regular brunch menu.) // 124 N. Washington St., Falls Church City

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The golden egg at 2941 is served with coconut gelato. (Photo courtesy of Sion Parsamian/2941 Restaurant)


Dine-In | April 9, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

Dig into decadence at this upscale Falls Church restaurant, which is celebrating Easter with a three-course, prix fixe all-day brunch ($110 per person). Choices include king salmon tartare (Korean pepper aioli, citrus gel, avocado, red shiso), baked oysters (roasted peppers, leek fondue, spicy-clam sauce), mushroom risotto, lamb duo (braised osso buco, grilled loin, artichoke) and a golden egg: a lemon curd, coconut chiffon and coconut gelato combination that would make Veruca Salt swoon. // 2941 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church


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