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Get Your Easter Brunches, Dinners and Bunnies to Go This Year

Fancy toast is extra fancy on Easter Sunday at Cru.
Fancy toast is extra fancy on Easter Sunday at Cru. Courtesy Cru

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Lake House Kitchen & Tavern
8026 West Bowles Street, Littleton
Call the tavern to order a family meal serving four to six people. Choose from prime rib ($100) or rotisserie chicken ($75); both options come with your choice of two sides, salad and dessert. A few à la carte items are also available, and wine is half off. See details on the eatery's Facebook and Instagram pages, then order by Wednesday at 5 p.m. for Sunday pick-up.

1600 15th Street
Visit Tock to order this French restaurant's Easter brunch meal kit, with country ham, breakfast sausage, blueberry French toast, scrambled eggs and more, all of which comes about 85 percent prepared when it lands at your door. Luckily, you'll be able to eat 100 percent of the goods. Order the $40-per-person kit no later than Friday for pick-up or delivery on Saturday.

click to enlarge Hippity-hop your way over to Olive & Finch to pick up a fun seasonal cookie kit. - COURTESY OLIVE & FINCH
Hippity-hop your way over to Olive & Finch to pick up a fun seasonal cookie kit.
Courtesy Olive & Finch
Olive & Finch
1552 East 17th Avenue, 303-832-8663
3390 East First Avenue, 303-955-0455

Call 720-257-4763 to order the eatery's Easter cookie decorating kit. Each basket, $35, comes with a dozen perfectly baked sugar cookies, five pastel frostings and a half-dozen colorful sprinkles. Both delivery and pick-up are available; ask about your options when you call.

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
8433 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree
Get a three-course Easter Sunday spread from Perry's for just $39; the menu includes entree options such as an eight-ounce bacon-wrapped filet mignon, a sixteen-ounce prime rib, and a massive Sunday supper pork chop (the chain claims it's "seven fingers high"). Call or order on Perry's website.

1431 Larimer Street
Rioja is cooking up an Easter on the Fly menu that will run you $36 per person for Colorado lamb shoulder, ricotta gnocchi, goat-cheese biscuits and carrot-cake cupcakes; visit the Larimer Square restaurant's website for the menu, then call to order and schedule pick-up for Friday or Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m., or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Steuben's Uptown
523 East 17th Avenue

The homey spot is offering family meals; for $60, you'll get enough ham, green beans, mac and cheese, potato salad, biscuits, desserts and deviled eggs for four. Call to order by Thursday, April 9, and consider adding on a mimosa kit — which includes a full bottle of bubbles — for $40.

2015 Market Street, 720-878-2015
7101 South Clinton Street, Centennial, 303-790-8440
2680 West Main Street, Littleton, 303-797-4829
Call ViewHouse to order Sunday brunch for four; the meal ($80) includes ham, butternut squash, kale-citrus salad, focaccia, dessert bites and more. Visit the ViewHouse website to see the full menu; both takeout and delivery are available. 
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