Leave the cooking to local eateries and celebrate at home
By Audrey Eads
10:46 PM on Mar 30, 2020 — Updated at 2:58 PM on Apr 9, 2020
Even though you can’t dine in restaurants, it’s very possible to get a special Easter or Passover meal to go. Support a local business and get a meal ready-made for you and your family. If you’re not able to gather with loved ones for the holiday, you might want to get creative and share a catered meal while video chatting. Passover begins April 8 and Easter is April 12, so get your orders in now.
The bubble tea chain is offering Easter Smile Packs that include one gallon of tea and a dozen Chewy Puffs in six flavors include strawberry, blueberry, chocolate, cookies and cream, fruity pebbles, passion fruit and matcha. Tea choices include classic milk tea, Thai milk tea, jasmine milk tea, mango jasmine tea, peach green tea and passion fruit jasmine black tea. Smile Pack Jr. orders are $25 and include a half-gallon of tea with an assorted half dozen of Chewy Puffs. Order by April 10 for April 11 pickup. Multiple locations.