Easter is guaranteed to look a little different for many folks this year. Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, many churches will be closed and gatherings will be limited to under 10 people. With no dine-in service at restaurants, if your family typically heads out to a full Easter brunch, that option is out of the question. But Butler's Pantry has an alternative – and the catering group will even deliver it right to your door.
Butler's Pantry is offering a full Easter brunch for delivery, which starts at $290 and servers between eight and 10 people. The feast comes with a choice of an egg dish, two types of breakfast pastries, two cooked side dishes, one sweet breakfast entree, a breakfast meat, two fresh side dishes and two baked desserts.
If you want to upgrade your meal, Butler's Pantry also has plenty of options: You can add a smoked salmon display for $55, a fork-tender leg of lamb for $75 or a 36-piece shrimp cocktail for $64.50. If you want to get a little more interactive, you can add a sugar cookie decorating kit for $16 or a cannoli-filling kit for $35. Want to make your brunch a little boozy? You can also add a Bloody Mary or mimosa kit for $42.
"The idea is that people are still going to celebrate Easter, even though most of the churches and places of worship are going to be closed, but my hope is that we can help with keeping some people busy in our kitchen and providing a cost-effective way to celebrate Easter," says Rick Nix Jr., president of Butler's Pantry.
For those who are keeping Easter a little smaller this year but still want to consider Butler's Pantry for brunch, Nix says that all customers have to do is reach out and Butler's Pantry will help to create an option for you.
"We would probably make that happen for them, and all they need to do is ask," he says. "We'll design it the way they need it."
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