Bindery’s Easter extravaganza menu includes carrot and ginger waffles and bacon for $ 36 (food for six). (Lucy Beaugard, provided by The Bindery)

You would be forgiven if you forgot two public holidays coming up this week: Passover, which begins on Wednesday evening April 8th, and Easter on Sunday April 12th. Whether you’ve lost track of the month, couldn’t find any ingredients in the store, or just want to move out this year while supporting a local restaurant, here are seven options in town. And when you’re all home, you can donate a meal to a friend or family in need.

Ash’Kara Offers a Passover dinner for two ($ 55) or four ($ 100). Each kit can be reheated at home and contains matzo ball soup, beef brisket with stewed jus, roasted root vegetables, Israeli vegetables with avocado za’atar dressing and a variety of biscuits. Bottles of wine are also available on request. Customers can order by calling 303-537-4407 or by emailing [email protected] Orders must be placed on Tuesday by 9 p.m. in order to be picked up on Wednesday. 2005 W. 33rd Ave.

The bookbinding prepares a huge Easter brunch, which can be ordered à la carte or as a set meal for pickup or delivery. Baked goods and desserts include macarons, cream puffs, carrot cake, and Easter brioche (or pane di Pasqua). The chefs’ specialties range from bagels and omelette boxes to families of six (or one with lots of leftovers at the end). Family brunch of ham or lamb with a handful of side dishes will feed 2-10 people ($ 55 to $ 125), and you can choose mimosas, Bloody Marys, or bottles of wine to add. Call 303-993-2364 to order by Friday. 1817 Central St.

Morin Chef and owner Max MacKissock will send you and your friends home with an almost complete Easter brunch this weekend. For $ 40 per person, you can get smoked ham slices, breakfast sausage, cookies and jam, blueberry French toast, scrambled eggs and asparagus with a charred ramp vinaigrette. Morin also provides ingredients for mimosa, and gives you “detailed instructions and tips to ensure your brunch is as effortless as if Max were in your kitchen himself.” Orders must be received by Tock by Friday afternoon. Collection and delivery are possible on Saturday. 1600 15th St., 303-623-0534, bit.ly/2JLyB20

post man Restaurants in LoHi and on Broadway sell a patio package on Easter Sunday with spinach and artichoke quiche, caprese salad, and six “giant” cinnamon rolls for $ 50 each (for four to six people). Customers can also add a Bellini kit for four ($ 25) or a bottle of wine with rosé and sparkling wine options ($ 15). Orders must be placed by Thursday April 9th ​​for collection on Saturday April 11th or Easter Sunday. Call 303-433-6363 for the Highland location and 303-351-7000 for Broadway. 2715 17th St., 145 N. Broadway

Rye societyThe Passover meals cater for two to eight people ($ 95-350) and can be pre-ordered through Monday evening, April 6th. The collection takes place on Wednesday or Thursday. Delivery is for an additional fee. Meals consist of charoset, matzo, matzo ball soup, roast roast and tzimmes made from carrots, sweet potatoes and prunes with honey. See also “Matzo Crack”, a chocolate and toffee dessert that will make you forget that it is actually matzo. 3090 Larimer St.

RiojaEaster on the Fly includes five courses for $ 36 per person – braised Colorado lamb shoulder, ricotta gnocchi, spring salad, rosemary goat cheese biscuits, and carrot cake cupcakes. Menu items can also be ordered a la carte, and bottles of cava or wine can be added for $ 21- $ 24. Order online at riojadenver.com or by calling 303-820-2282. Meals are warm and ready to serve on Fridays or Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (cold with heating instructions) or on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 1431 Larimer St.

SaftaThe Passover family meal feeds four to six people with a full seder plate (horseradish, charoset, beetroot eggs, bitter greens, asparagus and lamb ribs), duck matzo ball soup, charred cabbage, braised pomegranate leg of lamb, saffron rice and a flourless chocolate cake, everything for $ 100. Food comes with matzo for the watchers, while saftas pita is available upon request. Pre-orders start on Tuesday April 7th. Order at eatwithsafta.com. 3330 Brighton Blvd.

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