Prepping a full Easter dinner may be right up your alley, but if it’s not, there are tons of options to choose from. No matter what your (social distancing-friendly!) plans are this holiday, you can get a full Easter meal from Boston Market.
There are quite a few ways Boston Market is making Easter meals available including holiday “heat & serve” meals, chilled “heat & serve” sides, a la carte options, catering, Easter day family and individual meals, and home delivery.
Holiday “heat & serve” meals from Boston Market include entrees, sides, and pies that are fully cooked and then chilled. This option can feed four-to-12 people and you can choose between spiral-sliced ham, boneless honey-glazed ham, boneless roasted turkey breast, or a combination of boneless roasted turkey breast and boneless half honey-glazed ham. If you happen to place your order for holiday “heat & serve” meals before April 8, you can get $10 off at checkout.
Chilled “heat & serve” sides are available every day right now as a way for those who are quarantining to save food to reheat for later. This option is available through delivery or curbside pickup and can cut down the prep time for your Easter spread if you need an extra hand on the sides while you prep your main dish.
Ordering a la carte is ideal if you need just one extra component to complete your Easter meal, whether that’s an entree, appetizer, or dessert. Home shipment is also a possibility for those who want food shipped to them on the days leading up to Easter; that option is available now as Boston Markets has closed its on-location dining rooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fortunately, if you find yourself caught in a last-minute Easter bind, Easter day “family & individual” meals will be offered for curbside pickup, takeout, and delivery orders. There is an option for an individual meal or a feast for three. Both come with a protein, a choice of sides, and pie.
Pretty much no matter what your Easter plans this year entail, Boston Market has a convenient meal option that works for you. As always, call into your closest Boston Market to make sure all of these options are available leading up to April 12.