Easter Brunch and Dinner Options in Spokane [Updated for 2020]
Did you know Easter is coming up – it’s April 12 this year! While there may not be any in-person, big Easter events, don’t worry – there are still plenty of ways to enjoy Easter in Spokane this year!
Here’s a breakdown of all the fun Easter activities in Spokane that you can do virtually, later in the year, or at home with family!
Plus, stick around until the end – we have exciting news about an Easter egg hunt you can enjoy in the future!
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Easter Meals at Spokane Restaurants
You may not be able to celebrate at the restaurant, but you can still get these delicious meals to go!
Das Stein Haus is offering brunch and dinner to go options. For brunch, you can enjoy eggs, ham, corned beef hash and more for just $18.95 per person.
For dinner, enjoy traditional Das Stein Haus dishes like schnitzel and sauerbraten, or Easter faves like prime rib, baked ham and more. Learn more and place an order here.
Longhorn Barbecue is offering an Easter meal for a family of four, including:
- Honey dijon ham
- Scalloped potatoes
- Easter pea salad
And more all for $59.95. Read more about it and place an order here.
Outlaw BBQ & Catering is serving up an Easter dinner to feed 6! You’ll get turkey, ham, loaded mashers and more all for $79.95. Learn more and place your order here.
Max at Mirabeau is offering a huge feast for the family! With Max’s Easter meal, you’ll get maple glazed ham, artisan sourdough bread, scalloped potatoes, pound cake and so much more. It serves a family of 4 and is $95 plus tax. Place your order soon!
Nectar Catering and Events is also offering a tasty Easter meal for $15.99 a person. You’ll get: honey glazed ham, asparagus, a Sweet Frostings Easter cupcake and more! Place your order soon and pick up on Saturday, 4/11.
Do you know of other local restaurants offering Easter specials? Let us know at our Facebook page here!
Looking for something a little lighter this Easter? We highly recommend ordering from local favorite Wanderlust Delicato for an amazing option of cheeses and wine! Wanderlust offers personal shopping appointments or pickup – just let them know what you have in mind and they can accommodate you!
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A beautiful spread made on a local walnut charcuterie board from @spokanehardwoods A customer made this for her nurse friend for her birthday and an identical one for herself and they FaceTime together while enjoying it. Social distancing at its best!!! Schedule a private shopping to get your goodies! Appointments available Thursday and Friday this week, to schedule go to our website at https://wanderlustdelicato.com/ #socialdistancing #thefinerthings #charcuterie #cheeseshop #spokane
Not sure what you want to order – or what’s open? Take a look at this fantastic list from The Inlander – it has a full, complete and up-to-date list of Spokane restaurants offering take out or delivery. There’s a pretty good chance at least one of your favorite local restaurants will be open for Easter meals, so support your favorite local restaurant this Easter!
You can have a service like Seamless, DoorDash, Postmates or local Treehouse Deliveries deliver your food straight to your door, with no contact delivery (aka they’ll put the items on the ground in a bag, text you your order is delivered, and then you get your food once they leave). Easy – and helps to support our local restaurants!
Looking for more wine (or beer or cider) options? Consider one of the many opportunities for home delivery or pick up of wine, beer, cider and more! Check out our alcohol delivery options in Spokane list.
After you’ve eaten, you may be looking for a way to release all that excess energy (you or the kids!). If you have a backyard, you can always hide Easter eggs in your yard. In addition, city parks are still open too! Respect social distancing (and stay away from the playgrounds, as they’re closed), but you can still run around in this warmer weather we’re having!
If you’re looking for a list of indoor fun for the whole family, make sure to check out our list of 35+ fun indoor activities for families!
Easter Baskets & Candy in Spokane
If you’re looking for fun places around Spokane to get Easter candy and baskets, don’t worry – they’re open for business!
What’s Easter without candy? If you’re looking for some delicious local candy shops, check out Fluffy’s! Fluffy’s is a new candy shop in Spokane, located on the north side. One thing we really love about Fluffy’s? Their customer service!
Not only is Fluffy’s taking social distancing seriously by offering curbside pickup, they’re extremely responsive if you have questions about the candy, ordering, etc.
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Build your own basket.🙌🏻 Or in this case jar. We have everything down to the easter grass for filler. Pick your candy, rabbit, extras, and a cute jar to gift it in. Delivery, curbside pick up, and shipping available. . And…. we have a coupon to get you started! Enter EASTER25 at check out on your purchase of $30 or more for 25% off our Easter items! Link in bio. . . . #spokane #candy #candystore #spokanecandy #marshmallows #gummibears #easter #holiday #gifts #giftbasket
At Fluffy’s, right now you can get 25% off your purchase of $30 or more with code EASTER25!
Another local candy shop favorite is Hallett’s Chocolates, located near Northtown Mall. You’ll definitely want to call ahead or order online, but they are offering Easter goodies for curbside pickup!
In addition to picking up some Easter goodies, you can also grab lunch at Hallett’s, like the Green Goddess Grilled Cheese. Yum!
While our local See’s Candy shop on Division may be closed, you can still get your Easter See’s fix, See’s Candy is offering limited Easter baskets and candy – check them out here!
Oh, and of course we can’t forget… Peeps! You can grab your Peeps bunnies in all kinds of different flavors (chocolate? I don’t know…) here!
Finally, looking for a fun, chocolate-y Easter recipe to make with the whole family? We’ve fallen in love with these Easter marshmallow pops from Made With Happy!
They’re really easy to make, and Made With Happy has step by step instructions with pictures. Make sure to check out the recipe here!
Beyond chocolate and candy, one of my favorite things for Easter is a bouquet of flowers! Right now, the flowers are blooming at Bloom Flower Farm.
We signed up for one of Bloom’s CSAs (their ‘Flower Club’ – aka a flower subscription service!) last year and have been enjoying the blooms as of the beginning of April!
Bloom Flower Farm still has some Flower Club subscriptions available, so make sure to head on over to their site and order a gift that keeps giving!
Another beautiful, local flower company that we’ve enjoyed before is Anthesis Co.! Anthesis Co. also offers delivery with their flowers (no contact), which is really helpful if you don’t want to head outside.
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If you can’t wait, 1-800-Flowers is offering 20% off all Easter flower baskets and gifts with the code EASTERBUNNY – you can take a look at the options here!
Easter Decorating & Activity Ideas
Want to decorate your space for Easter and get the whole family involved? These Easy Paper Chick Crafts by A Hundred Affections are so easy, fun, and make for colorful decorations around the house.
How cute is this?! And seriously so simple – you may already have all the supplies you need!
Another fun Easter game to play? Bingo! Made With Happy comes to the rescue again with her Printable Easter Bingo Game here – simply print out the templates and start playing! Grab some leftover candy as prizes.
Wish you could play bingo with family or friends, but can’t right now because of social distancing? If you haven’t already been using Zoom, FaceTime, or Portal, you may want to!
We’ve really been enjoying calling our family using FaceTime – it’s one of the easiest for us, since many of our friends and family members have iPhones, but if that’s not an option for you, Portal is a really great option as well. Zoom is another option (and it’s free), and pretty easy to figure out.
Finally, don’t worry – Easter in Spokane is not canceled! While it is delayed, some of our favorite places (like Green Bluff!) will be hosting Easter, just at a later time. You can look forward to the Easter Egg Hunt Experience in May!
Looking for more things to do in Spokane? While we need to maintain social distancing, there are still many fun things to do in Spokane after your Easter activities are over!
Check out our list of the best things to do in Spokane here, including:
- Taking a walk around Manito
- Enjoying the weather at Riverfront Park
- Enjoying a to-go coffee at one of the many delicious coffee shops in downtown Spokane