Celebrate Easter with Eataly Dallas

For your Pasqua table, enjoy a ready-to-reheat dinner for 4 crafted by our chefs. If you’re preparing a family feast but need a little help, pick up ready-to-go salumi & Fromaggi platters, side dishes prepared by our chefs, freshly baked breads, and more to help complete your meal.

As the main, Eataly’s chefs are preparing Agnello e Pagioli – slow-cooked lamb leg with pistachio, and mint, as well as all the seasonal sides and a traditional Pastiera (Easter tart with ricotta and orange). To order, email eda.guestrelations@eataly.com by Wednesday, April 13. 

If you’re looking to celebrate the holiday all weekend, join us at Terra, our third-floor, wood-burning grill for brunch all’italiana with the family. Featuring classic brunch dishes with an Italian twist, brunch at Terra is your spot to escape the holiday stresses and enjoy warm spring weather on our greenery-filled patio.

For Easter weekend, the chefs are preparing seasonal dishes to celebrate the holiday, perfect to pair with our Build Your Own Bollicine offering where you can pick your own sparkling wine to mix with your choice of fruit juices to create your own mimosa, bellini, rossini, or more. The complete brunch menu and reservations can be found here

Looking for Easter grocery staples? Eataly’s marketplace is filled with festive ingredients for a perfect Easter holiday. The one thing you have to add to your basket? La Colomba. This traditional sweet yeast cake is a staple on every Italian table for the holidays. It rises for 30 hours before being baked to perfection in a colomba (dove!) shape. In our market, you’ll find 15+ different artisanal flavors – from amarena cherry to IGP hazelnuts – all from centuries-old, family producers in Italy. Bring one (or two, or three) home for your festivities to enjoy with espresso or sweet wine.

Easter festivities don’t stop at Colombe – shop our marketplace for elevated Easter classics like chocolate eggs made from rich Venchi chocolate, Easter-themed chocolate truffle boxes, and chocolate bunnies filled with Italian IGP hazelnuts from Piemonte. Of course, it wouldn’t be Eataly without handmade Italian pastries by Eataly’s expert pastry chefs. Shop La Pasticceria, the pastry counter, for authentic Easter-themed desserts for your family meal at home.

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