Ray’s Café Serves Up Easter With a View
Ray’s Café is having its first reservation event since reopening its dining room. Start off with clam chowder or soup du jour, then choose from pan-seared rockfish, grilled sirloin, or vegetable coconut curry for entrees. Top it off with a berry crisp or creamy sorbet for dessert. Ray’s three-course, plated Easter menu starts at $55 and is available only as a dine-in option, with groups of up to six. Reserve 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. online or by calling (206) 789-3770.
Metropolitan Grill’s Easter Oven-Ready Meals are now available to order for in-home holiday dining. Each order serves two and has five main course options, including a Prime Chateaubriand, Australian rack of lamb, three-bone Kurobuta pork rack, and more. Order your Easter menu by March 31 and pick it up — or get it delivered — either April 2 or 3 between 12-4 p.m. Order your dinner by visiting Metropolitan Grill’s website.
FamilyMeals Special Weekend Brunch
FamilyMeals delivers fresh meals right to your door. These heat-to-eat entrées are made in South Seattle the day before delivery. FamilyMeals has an exciting brunch present for Easter weekend. Its Easter brunch consists of a spring quiche, roasted potatoes, and chef’s special rum raisin bread pudding with caramel sauce. No prep required — just heat and plate according to the included instructions. Orders are for two or four people and will be delivered April 3. Order or sign up here.