Well, folks, we’re less than a week away from Easter! And, if you’ve suddenly got the desire to treat yourself to a delicious meal this weekend, we’re more than happy to help you out. From tasty treats to full-blown four-course feasts, you’ve got a few options this year. Let’s check them out!

Here are some great Easter treats and meals in Edmonton this year.

JACEK Chocolate

We’re starting out with the lighter fare. If chocolate is all you need this Easter, look no further than the delicious Easter collection from JACEK. Stay classic with a chocolate bunny, try some vegan treats, or go all-out on an Easter ‘box of joy’. That’s a pretty fitting description.

Where: 406 Kaska Road, Sherwood Park
Instagram: @jacekchocolate

Duchess Bake Shop

Duchess can do no wrong when it comes to baked goods, and that obviously includes Easter brunch. Treat yourself to a range of spring options, from brioche buns to croissants and more. Our advice? This is a great time for a few macarons.

Where: 10718 124 Street
Instagram: @duchessbakeshop

Kind Ice Cream

You truly can’t go wrong with mini egg ice cream, and especially when it comes from one of the best shops in the city. Kind teased their annual Easter specials last week, so things should be getting released in the next couple of days. Stay tuned via Instagram for updates.

Where: 9551 76 Avenue NW
Instagram: @kindicecream

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The Butternut Tree

For a little more of a unique option, The Butternut Tree is offering High Tea for Easter this year. You can opt for either dine-in or takeout, although we’d recommend ordering their Easter dinner if you think takeout is the way to go. That pheasant for two option would be a pretty delicious choice.

Where: 9707 110 Street NW
Instagram: @thebutternuttree

JOEY

JOEY has more or less become a modern classic option, and that extends to their holiday meals. This year, you’ll be treated to a turkey dinner for four to six people, complete with all the sides you could ask for and dessert afterward. Confession time- we’d be in for the dinner rolls alone.

Where: Multiple locations
Instagram: @joeyrestaurants

Fairmont Hotel MacDonald

In contrast, the Fairmont definitely qualifies as a true classic. And they’ve pulled out the big guns this year, offering brunch, high tea, and dinner options for Easter. If you’re looking for a delicious ham or prime rib dinner on Sunday, you can’t go wrong here.

Where: 10065 100th Street
Instagram: @fairmontmac