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12 Delicious Easter Dinners in Philadelphia

By Andrew Byrd | March 26, 2021 | Culture Food & Drink

Philadelphia boasts a host of delicious Easter meals and events to make sure you have a fulfilling holiday.

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Chez Colette’s Easter Sunday Brunch
Sofitel Philadelphia’s premier French restaurant Chez Colette’s will be hosting an Easter Sunday family style brunch on April 4 from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The restaurant will be serving parties of two, four and six. With a singular payment of $65, guests can expect an intimate experience with the addition of complimentary glasses of bubbly for adults. With an extensive easter brunch menu, we suggest trying their pan seared salmon and the chocolate hazelnut mousse popsicle to top off the night. 120 S. 17th St., 215.569.8300, sofitel-philadelphia.com

Hawthorne’s Easter Bunny Brunch
Take a journey down to South Philly to enjoy a festive Easter celebration for Hawthorne’s first ever Easter Bunny Brunch on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3. Expect a bunny-themed extravaganza with their revamped menu of bunny pancakes and carrot juice mimosas, as well as an interactive experience to snap some photos with their very own easter bunny. Along with their indoor seating, festive bubbles donned in spring decor will be available outside under their heated tents with a $10 per person fee to be served. 738 S. 11th St., 215.627.3012, hawthornecafe.com

Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair
Looking for a lively way to spend your Easter weekend? Sisterly Love City Wide Food Fair is inviting guests to travel down to Center City for their first ever pop-up at the East Market. On Saturday, April 3 from 12:00 p.m.. to 4:00 p.m., attendees are able to shop for pre-packaged commodities, ranging from baked goods, handmade pastas, jewelry and a host of other artisanal condiments. With social distancing precautions in place, including an enforced mask mandate, guests are safe while shopping from over 20 different vendors, including Bridget Foys and High Street Hospitality. 1100 Market St., 215.419.7685, eastmarket.com

Garces Trading Company’s Passover Seder Dinner
Starting March 26 through April 4, Garces Trading Company will be serving chef-curated takeout meals designed to fill the entire family. With a cost of $40 per person, the menu includes the restaurant’s insatiable fennel and herb braised brisket, complemented with jumbo matzo ball soup, crispy latkes, raisin noodle kugel and Bubbeh's cinnamon apple cake. Take note of their two day notice to pick up your meal from the eateries’ ghost kitchens and virtual marketplace operating out of The Olde Bar in Old City. Your family's dinner cravings are sure to be satiated. 125 Walnut St., 267.284.7950, garcestradingcompany.com

Garces Trading Company's Easter Sunday Dinner
In conjunction with their passover meal, Garcesi is serving a traditional Easter Sunday dinner, which costs about $55 to $75 per person. Available as a series of premade meals, the menu includes your choice of sliced pineapple-glazed ham topped with golden raisin mustard sauce or kofta spice-rubbed leg of lamb with pomegranate glaze. Add their delectable side options, in particular, their individual hot cross buns and lemon blueberry tarts for a sugary conclusion. 125 Walnut St., 267.284.7950, garcestradingcompany.com

Amada’s Easter Brunch
Chef Jose Garces’ iconic first restaurant, known for its gorgeous rustic-chic aesthetic and traditional spanish cuisine, invites you to their Easter Sunday brunch on April 4 from 12 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. With a selection of a la carte options from their special Easter brunch menu, patrons have a host of meals to invigorate their palettes. From their delectable tapas menu to their fig French toast, Garces’ spanish style Easter should be one to remember. 217-219 Chestnut St., 215.625.2450, philadelphia.amadarestaurant.com

Amada’s Easter Sunday Tapas and Vino
In celebration of Easter, Amada has brought back theirl tapas and vino menu, allowing customers to indulge in small plates of tapas and half-priced bottles of wine. In a special deal, families can purchase tapas for $7 each, a set of five for $30 or try all nine for $45. The tapas option includes their aged manchego doused with truffled lavender honey Jamón Serrano Spanish ham among others. 217-219 Chestnut St., 215.625.2450, philadelphia.amadarestaurant.com

The Olde Bar’s Easter Sunday Special Holiday Brunch
Reserve your table at the Olde Bar’s new library nook-themed private dining areas or enjoy outdoor seating for their special holiday brunch on April 4 from 12 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. They will be serving easter and spring inspired cuisine, extravagant seafood dishes, spring cocktails and special mimosas. Our Suggestion? Try the chicken and waffles smothered in their sweet tea and maple glaze. 125 Walnut St., 267.284.7950, garcestradingcompany.com

Caffe Aldo Lamberti’s Easter at Home Take-out Package
Restaurateur Aldo Lamberti’s sophisticated Italian restaurant will be serving customers a special two-person dinner package, which includes four courses plus wine, to help celebrate the Easter holiday starting Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 4. For takeout only, Lamberti offers four courses for the price of $125 to help replace your home cooked meals. The four courses consist of your choice of salad, appetizers, entrees, such as their chicken lucia and your choice of dessert. 2011 Marlton Pike W., 856.663.1747, caffelamberti.com

Caffe Aldo Lamberti’s Easter Dine-in Special
Come dine in Chef Lamberti’s California Art Deco-style restaurant this Sunday, April 4 for an elegant Easter meal. With option to order from their standard menu, Lamberti boasts a dozen additional features, such as their stuffed peruvian scallops served with crab, bacon and carrot purée. 2011 Marlton Pike W., 856.663.1747, caffelamberti.com

Positano Coast’s Easter Take-out Package
One of Walnut streets’ most revered Italian restaurants is serving a special four course meal plus wine Easter package as their contribution to the local community’s Easter festivities. Priced at $100 for two courses, the menu includes your choice of pork ossobuco or chicken parmigiana served with marbled potatoes and artichoke lemon soup among others. Complement that with one of their red or white wines and prepare to eat and drink your night away. 212 Walnut St., 215.238.0499, positanocoast.net/

Positano Coast’s Easter Sunday Brunch and Dinner
Looking for an extraordinary dining experience for Easter Sunday? Book a table Positano Coast which is decked with a seductive Sopra lounge, refined atmosphere and enchanting bar. On April 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., the luxe eatery will provide meals from their specialty easter menu atop of the standard issue. There are a vast array of tasty options to choose from their Easter menu, but we suggest starting with their shrimp cocktail, transitioning to an entree for their signature casarecce served with bolognese ragù and provolone. 212 Walnut St., 215.238.0499, positanocoast.net



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Photography by: By Gor Davtyan