Olive Garden, LongHorn, Cheddar's Offering Easter Brunch Or Dinner To Enjoy At Home

Saturday, April 4, 2020

Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse and Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen are offering Easter Brunch or Dinner to enjoy at home:

 

Olive Garden:

This Easter, enjoy the comfort of Olive Garden classics available for Carside Pickup or free delivery for orders over $40 (fees waived), including family bundles of Lasagna, Chicken Parmigiana, Chicken Alfredo and of course, homemade soup or salad and breadsticks.

To make the occasion complete, guests can add beer and wine to their order in select locations. To place an order and view additional details, visit OliveGarden.com.

 

LongHorn Steakhouse:

This Easter, families can enjoy Family Meal Deals from LongHorn Steakhouse starting at $9 per person for a family of four, featuring choice of a shareable entrée, hand-chopped salad and four sides. Guests can also order fresh steak cuts from the LongHorn Steak Shop, accompanied by LongHorn’s bold proprietary seasoning and instructions from LongHorn’s expert Grill Masters on how guests can prepare them at home. A selection of alcoholic beverages are also available at select locations. Guests can conveniently pick up their order using LongHorn’s Curbside To Go service, and they can enjoy 15 percent off their Easter order using code LH44 (offer not valid for the Steak Shop). To order, they can call their local restaurant or place orders online at LongHornSteakhouse.com.

 

Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen:

Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen is offering Family Bundles to enjoy this Easter starting at $19.99, featuring scratch-made, family-size portions of favorite entrées, side dishes and Honey Butter Croissants. Beer and wine is also available to order in select locations.  To make it easy for guests to pick up their meals, Cheddar’s is providing Curbside To Go service, and free delivery is available in select areas. To view the menu, visit Cheddars.com, and guests can call their neighborhood Cheddar’s to place their order.


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