Where to Order Easter Baked Goods and Meals at Austin Restaurants


Easter is the perfect time to celebrate new beginnings in Austin. For those who want to celebrate at home but prefer not to cook or bake, several Austin restaurants and bakeries offer takeout and baked goods for the holidays. This year, Easter takes place on Sunday, April 17.

Check out the full list of takeout options for Easter below. For brunches, dinners and Easter celebrations, check out Eater’s other guide. For other brunch ideas, check out the Brunch Eater heatmap and essential guide to brunch, but note that there may be holiday closings or special menu changes.

As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead to make sure each restaurant is still open or if there are any updates on current offerings and service models, as things are constantly changing. Follow company rules, be sure to wear a mask and tip well.

If a special Easter takeout or meal is missing from the guide below, let Eater know via [email protected]

Abby Jane Bakery
16604 Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs
The bakery is offering its usual Easter treats this year, from the lamb-shaped white velvet cake with brown butter frosting and toasted coconut to the pastry box filled with Parker House roll croissants, as well as savory quiches.
Deadline: Thursday, April 14 at 5 p.m.
How to pick up: Saturday, April 16, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or Sunday, April 17, 9 a.m. to noon
How to order online.

Lorraine Bakery
11600 Rock Rose Avenue, Suite 100, North side of the Estate
The only Easter offering from the San Antonio bakery is a complete two-layer carrot-pineapple-coconut-walnut cake topped with small macaroons.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Saturday and Sunday April 16 and 17
How to order: In line

cookbook cafe
710 Cesar Chavez Street West, Downtown
The Austin Central Library cafe focuses primarily on carrot baked goods for Easter. There are carrot cake cupcakes and different sizes of three-layer carrot cake, as well as baking boxes.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Nothing noted.
How to order: In line

Dai Due
2406 Manor Road, Cherrywood
The butcher-restaurant-slash is offering special pre-orders for Easter, including bacon-stuffed rabbit, mushrooms and other fragrant products, rabbit demi-glace for said stuffed rabbit dish, lamb-artichoke sausage, Parker House rolls and a cookie. pencil case.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Timed pickups are on Saturday, April 16 with slots available from 12:15 p.m. to 5 p.m. (lunch is already full).
How to order: In line.

1512 Holly Street, Holly
The bakery is applying its gluten-free and vegan approaches to its Easter dishes this year. This includes colorful buttercream cupcakes, carrot cakes, French silk tarts, and more. There is also the gluten-free and vegan pavlova.
Deadline: Sunday April 10
How to pick up: Friday to Sunday, April 15 to 17
How to order: In line.

1603 Congress Avenue South, Travis Heights
The South Congress Hotel Bakery will be offering several Easter packages for the holiday. Chocolate truffles and homemade hot rolls are available at different but overlapping times for in-person orders.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Hot Cross Buns Friday-Sunday, April 15-17; truffles on Saturday and Sunday April 16 and 17
How to order: In person.

The cupcake bar
7801 North Lamar Blvd, Suite F30, Highland
The cupcake bakery is doing just that for Easter. There are six-pack cupcakes and cupcake decorating kits, as well as candy boxes and kitchen decorating kits, as well as gluten-sensitive and vegan options.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: nothing noted.
How to order online.

Small pies
multiple locations
The mini-bakery chain is pulling out all the stops for Easter, offering so many small and large pies this holiday. There are six packs of pies, including one with bunny-and-egg-shaped hand pies in cherry and blueberry flavors; a small strawberry mousse pie and five-inch savory pizza, and a larger quiche Lorraine (with a gluten-free option)
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Friday and Saturday April 15 and 16 at the four locations.
How to order: In line.

Valentina’s Tex-Mex barbecue
11500 Menchaca Road, Far South Austin
The Tex-Mex barbecue truck is preparing an Easter pre-order menu full of smoked meats to heat up.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: Saturday April 16
How to ordera: Online orders are available from Wednesday, April 6 at 8 a.m.

Fancy and Walton Staple
609 West Sixth Street, Downtown
The delicatessen will offer macaroons and seasonal pastries for Easter.
Deadline: None noted.
How to pick up: nothing noted.
How to order: In person.


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