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Las Vegas restaurants plan takeout, delivery service for Easter

Updated April 7, 2020 - 4:48 pm

The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered local restaurants but won’t cancel Easter dinner, as a number of Las Vegas-area restaurants are planning takeout and delivery packages. (This list is updated as information becomes available.)

April 9

The California Pizza Kitchens at Town Square and Downtown Summerlin are offering Spring Meal Kits through Sunday. All kits include an 8-ounce spinach and artichoke dip appetizer with a sourdough baguette, a Caesar salad, 12 ounces of raw fingerling potatoes with oil for cooking and one butter cake or Celebration Butter Cake with a scoop of ice cream. Entree choices are salmon, $45 to serve two or $80 to serve four; chicken breasts, $40 to serve two or $70 to serve four; and 12-ounce ribeyes, $65 to serve two or $120 to serve four. Each kit comes with a BOGO offer for pizza, pasta or salad on your next visit. cpk.com

Wolfgang Puck Players Locker in Downtown Summerlin is offering an Easter menu that begins with an endive and arugula salad with spring peas and goat cheese and moves on to a choice of bourbon-brown-sugar-glazed ham or mustard-herb-crusted roasted lamb, potatoes au gratin, honey-glazed carrots and sugar snap peas and rosemary and sea salt foccia, with a choice or carrot cake or strawbery shortcake for dessert. It’s $40 per person with a two-person minimum, and pickup and delivery wilil be available from 2 to 6 p.m. Order at 702-202-6300.

April 8

Maggiano’s Little Italy at Fashion Show mall and Downtown Summerlin is offering an Easter bundle to heat in the oven. It serves four to six and will be available for pickup from Friday through Sunday. On the menu: mini meatballs in marinara sauce, Caesar salad, Mom’s Lasagna, four-cheese ravioli, chicken piccata, spaghetti aglio olio, garlic broccoli, ciabatta rolls and tiramisu, $120. maggianos.com

Outback Steakhouse, which has five locations in Southern Nevada, is bringing back off-menu favorites Thursday through Sunday, each of which comes with two sides: 9-ounce Victoria’s Filet & Ribs, $38.98; 6-ounce Victoria’s Filet & Ribs, $33.98; 11-ounce center-cut sirloin and ribs, $30.48; 9-ounce center-cut sirloin and ribs, $27.48; 6-ounce center-cut sirloin and ribs, $22.98; or two steamed cold-water lobster tails, $29.49. Add a steamed lobster tail to any entree, $9.99.

April 7

Bahama Breeze at 375 Hughes Center Drive is offering Caribbean Easter Bundles to serve four for no-contact curbside pickup or delivery (with minimum order). Each comes with entree, side, salad and Cuban bread, with instructions for finishing at home. Entrees are jerk chicken pasta, $49.99; seafood paella, $54.99; or baby back ribs, $49.99. Beer, wine and cocktail kits available for pickup. 702-731-3252 or bahamabreeze.com

Big Jerk Caribbean, 430 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., is featuring a jerk pork meal through the end of the month. It’s served with a side and signature cabbage for $14.99. 702-427-5267 or bigjerkcaribbean.com

The two Easter dinner options at Brio at Town Square both serve six for $79.99 and they’re available hot and ready to eat or chilled. The pork chop dinner includes mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, chopped salad and sourdough bread, while the lasagna dinner includes chopped salad, sourdough bread and six pieces of tiramisu. Order by Friday at 702-914-9145. Bottles of wine are 50 percent off.

The Capital Grille at Fashion Show mall is offering an Easter dinner that starts with a field greens salad with Parmesan vinaigrette and French rolls and moves on to whole rack of bone-in filet with sauteed mushrooms and horseradish cream, grilled asparagus with lemon mosto olive oil and Sam’s mashed potatoes, with apple crostata for dessert, $95 to serve two, $185 to serve four to six. Also available: 18-shrimp cocktail, $50; lobster mac ’n’ cheese, $45; and, from the butcher shop, 5-pound prime rib of beef, $150; 3-pound dry-aged sirloin roast, $125; 18-ounce bone-in dry-aged New York strip, $35; 8- or 10-ounce filet mignon, $25 or $30; 22-ounce bone-in prime ribeye, $40; Sam’s mashed potatoes, $10; grilled asparagus with lemon mosto olive oil, $10; quart of lobster bisque, $24; quart of clam chowder, $18. Wines available for takeout.

Brunch and dinner packages are available at Honey Salt, 1031 S. Rampart Drive. The brunch will be available for pickup from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., serves four for $130 and includes Easter monkey bread with bourbon caramel sauce, Greek yogurt parfaits with fresh berries, crispy potatoes with onions and herbs, corn-flake-crusted French toast with fresh strawberries and vanilla whipped cream and the Weekend Frittata with chicken-apple sausage, spinach, potatoes and roasted tomatoes. The dinner package, which will be available from 4 to 7 p.m., serves four for $145 (brown-sugar-baked ham with mustard glaze) or $160 (slow-roasted New York strip with horseradish cream) and also includes dinner rolls with honey butter, Gilcrease Asparagus Salad with field greens and sugar snap peas, roasted heirloom carrots with rosemary and hot honey, crushed fingerling potatoes with applewood-smoked bacon and Parmesan, and caramel-banana bread pudding with whipped cream. Order by Thursday by emailing manager@honeysalt.com.

Kitchen Table at 1716 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson and Kitchen Table Squared at The Gramercy are offering traditional Easter holiday tamales, green chile verde chicken or chili Colorado pork, for $30 per dozen. Curbside pickup available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday; order between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. through Friday at 702-478-4782 for Kitchen Table or 702-982-8218 for Kitchen Table Squared.

Lazy Dog at Town Square will help home cooks do it themselves with their brunch kit. It comes with pancake mix, whipped cream, Nutella, bananas, syrup, 15 eggs, a pound of bacon, breakfast potatoes, coffee and fresh orange juice, serves five to eight and is $45. 702-941-1920 or lazydogrestaurants.com

The Palm at The Forum Shops at Caesars is offering an Easter Roast for two with a 26-ounce prime rib au jus with horseradish cream, two individual sides and cheesecake or flourless chocolate torte, $75. Select wines available for takeout at 50 percent off. Order by Friday. 702-732-7256 or the palm.com

Easter dinner from the Stirling Club, 2827 Paradise Road, includes chilled lobster, crab and shrimp with cocktail sauce and lemon; a selection of Danish and fresh fruit; entree of prime rib au jus with horseradish cream, roasted chicken with herbed jus, honey-glazed ham with grain mustard sauce, or seared salmon with citrus salad; oven-roasted vegetables; whipped potatoes; creamy polenta; and carrot cake with cream-cheese frosting, Chocolate Dream Cake or tiramisu, $78. Order at 702-732-9700 for curbside pickup or delivery through third-party services.

April 6

Big B’s Texas BBQ’s Family Easter Dinner, which serves six, includes a whole smoked chicken, 2- to 3-pound full tri-tip, a quart of mashed potatoes, a quart of sauteed green beans, a whole pie, dinner rolls, sauces, plates and utensils. It’s $89, and the deadline to order is Friday. Call the Henderson location at 3019 St. Rose Parkway at 702-260-6327 or the Southwest location at 6115 S. Fort Apache Road at 702-844-8206.

Bootlegger Bistro, 7700 Las Vegas Blvd. South, plans a family-style Easter dinner for four with panetti and dipping sauce; house or Caesar salad; sauteed mixed vegetables; Bootlegger Mashed potatoes, bow tie pasta with Alfredo sauce or penne pasta with Maria’s Marinara Sauce; chicken breast marsala, picatta, Milanese or cacciatore; and apple pie. It’s $58. Order at 702-736-7080.

Bonefish Grill’s Easter Dinner Family Bundles will be available Saturday and Sunday, serving up to five for $49.90. The wood-grilled mahi-mahi and jumbo shrimp with citrus aioli comes with a choice of house or Caesar salad, family-style sides including bacon mac and cheese and seasonal veggies, bread with pesto and a dessert duo of classic cheesecake slices and cookies. Call to order for curbside pickup or in-house delivery; delivery through third-party services also available. Bottles of wine, starting at $15, can be ordered for carryout only. Bonefish Grill is in Town Square and at 8701 W. Charleston Blvd. bonefishgrill.com

Buca di Beppo, at 7690 W. Lake Mead Blvd. and 412 E. Flamingo Road, is offering Good Friday and Easter packages. The Good Friday package, which serves five for $55 or 10 for $110, includes a mixed green or Caesar salad and linguine and clams or shrimp scampi. Easter Package 1, which serves five for $55 or 10 for $110, includes a mixed green or Caesar salad and lasagna, baked rigatoni, spicy chicken rigatoni or shrimp scampi. And Easter Package 2, which serves five for $65 or 10 for $130, is a mixed green or Caesar salad; spaghetti marinara, fettuccine Alfredo, penne alla vodka or baked ziti; and chicken Parmigiana, chicken limone or eggplant Parmigiana. All packages, which are available for curbside pickup or delivery, include bread and chocolate chip cannoli. bucadibeppo.com

Cafe Lola, 4280 S. Hualapai Way and 10075 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson, has created an Easter brunch with a Bunny Charcuterie Board with assorted meats and cheeses, house-made French onion dip in a puff pastry bowl, chocolate-covered strawberries, Marcona almonds, Castellvetrano olives and a baguette, or Easter cinnamon rolls, cherry Danish, croissant and chocolate croissants with preserves and honey butter; and prosciutto and cheddar or veggie quiche, a croissant French toast platter with berries and whipped cream, or whole roasted chicken with honey-balsamic Brussels sprouts and baby potatoes; and Cafe Lola signature cookies. Custom orders also available. ilovecafelola.com

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, 3925 Paradise Road, will offer a choice of one appetizer, salad, main course, side and dessert, with options including sous vide bacon, classic Caesar salad and strawberry cheesecake, for $60 per person with a two-person minimum. All wines under $400 are 50 percent off. Orders must be placed by Thursday; 702-796-0063 or delfriscos.com.

Easter dinner options at Mastro’s Ocean Club at The Shops at Crystals start with a build-your-own iced seafood tower with colossal shrimp, $9 each; 7-ounce lobster tails, $36; and Alaskan King crab legs and claws, market price. Appetizer choices are Caesar salad, $14; Spicy Caesar Mambo Salad, $13; jumbo lump crab cakes, $21 each; and sauteed shrimp, $27. Entree choices are 22-ounce rack of lamb, $53; 16-ounce New York strip steak, $61; 8-ounce filet mignon, $55; or a New Zealand king salmon fillet, $42. Bone marrow or truffle compound butters are $15 each. Sides are lobster mashed potatoes, $38; truffle-butter wild mushrooms, $19; and creamed spinach, $14. Warm butter cake with vanilla ice cream and raspberry sauce is $17. Order between 2 and 8 p.m. through Friday, for pickup between noon and 7 p.m. Sunday.

Fogo de Chao, 360 E. Flamingo Road, is offering an Easter grilling package available to order through April 11 for pickup or delivery. The package will include ready-to-grill popular cuts like lamb chops or fraldinha with traditional accompaniments such as Brazilian Potato Salad, steamed asparagus, mixed greens and Pao de Queijo. The package for four ranges from $60 to $95 and can be tailored for larger parties. 702-431-4500 or fogodechao.com

Lawry’s the Prime Rib, 4043 Howard Hughes Parkway, plans a family-style prime rib dinner starting at $195 for four people that comes with jus, creamed and regular horseradish, salad, sourdough bread, creamed spinach, creamed corn, mashed potatoes and gravy and Yorkshire pudding batter to bake at home. Also available: rack of Australian lamb with the famous spinning bowl salad, potatoes au gratin, leeks and wild mushrooms, $55; roasted Chilean sea bass with spinning bowl salad, sunchoke puree, spring peas and carrots, mint and lemon butter, $45; and a roasted cauliflower steak with lemon-garlic oil, herbed farro, spinning bowl salad, vegetable and bread and butter is $26. Wines priced at more than $100 will be 25 percent off, and beer and wine under $100 will be 50 percent off. Call 702-893-2223 or visit lawrysonline.com to place order at least 24 hours in advance. Pickup will be 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Marche Bacchus, 2620 Regatta Drive, plans a three-course menu with a Caesar salad, entree choices of cedar plank Scottish salmon with broccolini and mascarpone whipped potatoes, or pork loin with spinach-goat-cheese-pine nut stuffing, and Bacchus Bread Pudding with golden raisin brioche and toffee cream, $79.95. Wines available for pickup. Orders due by 3 p.m. Thursday for pickup or delivery from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday or 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Free delivery within 10-mile radius. Call 702-804-8008.

Marie Callender’s, which has three locations in Southern Nevada, will have offerings ranging from a feast for four to individual plates and breakfast quiche. The Ham Dinner Family Meal, which serves four, includes oven-roasted ham, glaze, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies and a whole pie of your choice; it’s $49.99. Individual ham dinners include ham, glaze, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies and cornbread, $13.99. Also available will be three varieties of 9-inch quiches — ham, bacon or vegetable — at $14.79 each. mariecallenders.com

Morton’s the Steakhouse, 400 E. Flamingo Road, will offer a choice of one starter, entree, accompaniment and dessert, including signature dishes such as jumbo shrimp cocktail, a 6-pounce center-cut filet mignon and Key lime pie, for $109 per couple. Select wines will be available for takeout at 50 percent off. Orders must be placed by Thursday; 702-893-0703 or mortons.com.

Rooster Boy Cafe, 2620 Regatta Drive, is offering an Easter menu to serve four: deviled eggs, $15 for eight; asparagus vinaigrette, $25 a pound; chicory and cucumber salad with lemon vinaigrette, $20; sugar snap peas and English peas, $14; salmon with dill and orange zest, $25 per pound; roasted leg of lamb and baby potatoes, $85; and lemon pavlova, $25 for four. 702-560-2453 or roosterboycafe.com

Saint Honore Doughnuts & Beignets, 9460 W. Flamingo Road, is offering a kids’ doughnut decorating kit and a box of Easter-themed doughnuts. ilovesainthonore.com

Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at hrinella@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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