Where to Get Easter Catering in Birmingham


Nothing beats sitting down to a delicious meal you didn’t have to cook! This is especially true on a holiday when you want to enjoy the festivities and people around you. This Easter, several Birmingham businesses are offering holiday meals to enjoy at home so YOU can put down the apron and enjoy the celebrations. Check out our list below for some great local places offering family-style Easter meals! (While we’ve included pricing when possible, please note that it doesn’t include taxes or fees.)

Easter catering in Birmingham, Alabama
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Ashley Mac’s

For a traditional southern meal, look no further than Birmingham staple Ashley Mac’s. The “Bunny Bundle” serves six to eight guests for $120 and includes Boar’s Head ham with a brown sugar glaze, brown sugar bacon green beans, twice baked mashed potatoes, and sour cream biscuits. Dessert isn’t included, but you have the option to add a lemon pie or white chocolate bread pudding for dessert! Pick up between March 20th-30th. Order online here. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance. 

Fleming’s Steakhouse

For an elevated experience at home, try one of Fleming’s spring bundles. Choose from one of three menus, which all serve six guests. Entrees include sliced tenderloin with demi and horseradish cream sauce, carrot ginger halibut, and roast chicken breast with white wine, mushroom, leek & thyme sauce. Each entree is accompanied by salad, potatoes, asparagus, and carrot cake. Meals range from $300-$400. Order online here.

Hometown Fare

Nestled in the heart of Ross Bridge, Hometown Fare is known for their takeaway family meals and selection of gourmet to-go items, so it’s no surprise they offer a gourmet to-go meal for Easter! Hometown Fare’s Easter menu offers several items to choose from to build your perfect Easter meal. Offerings include Nueske applewood smoked ham, herb crusted beef tenderloin, asparagus gratin, twice baked potatoes, mac n’ cheese, strawberry salad, cheddar and herb biscuits, strawberry shortcakes, and key lime tarts. Pick up March 29th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. or March 30th between 7 a.m. and noon. Order online here by March 28th. 

Martin’s BBQ Joint

For a laid-back but still delicious meal, Martin’s BBQ Joint has you covered. The Easter feast will cost you around $240 and feeds 12-15 guests. The meal includes smoked ham, deviled eggs, hashbrown casserole, green beans, broccoli salad, dinner rolls, banana pudding, and tea. For a smaller gathering, the Easter supper serves four to six guests for around $140 and includes smoked ham or turkey, deviled eggs, hashbrown casserole, green beans, broccoli salad, banana pudding, and dinner rolls. Place your order online here by March 27th at 2 p.m. Pick up is March 29th-31st between 10 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. 

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille

Perry’s Easter meal for four includes soup or salad, glazed ham, whipped potatoes, and green bean almondine. You can add on white chocolate cheesecake for dessert. Order online and pick up March 30th-31st from 11 a.m. until close. The family meal will cost you $149, and you can add a kid’s meal for $19. 


Sorelle’s Easter dinner is available from March 18th-April 6th and boasts a wide array of options. Appetizer selections include spinach and artichoke dip, deviled eggs, and shrimp salad, to name a few. For entrees, choose between roasted pork loin, pork tenderloin, and pan-fried chicken. Alongside your protein, enjoy traditional sides like mac n’ cheese, mashed potatoes, or sweet potato casserole. Of course, there are several veggie options to add on too. Finish it off with their signature cheesecake, carrot cake, pavlova with berries, or pie. Give them a call at 205-848-2818 for more details and to place your order.

Season’s 52

While you can dine in at Season’s 52 on Easter, they also offer a to-go meal to enjoy somewhere else. For $155, a group of four to six can enjoy apricot-glazed ham, salad, green beans, mashed sweet potatoes, and mini desserts. Pick up is March 30th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Order online here.

Urban Cookhouse

Urban Cookhouse offers a small and large Easter meal with classic southern eats sure to please adults and kids alike. The small meal comes in at $70 and feeds a group of four, while a large meal is $140 and serves ten. Both meals include ham or turkey for the entree, two sides (think hashbrown casserole, squash casserole, and broccoli salad, to name a few) and a dozen rolls. Make your meal sweeter with brownies, tea, or their homemade strawberry lemonade. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance and can be placed online here.

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Elaine Bradberry
Elaine is originally from Mobile, Alabama, but Birmingham has always had a special place in her heart. She made frequent trips to the Magic City as a child to visit relatives and envisioned living here one day. She is 8 years in and loves it! Elaine and her husband Kyle got married in 2019 and welcomed their son David at the beginning of 2021. She is a proud graduate of The University of Alabama and holds a bachelor's degree in Public Relations. She has worked in the nonprofit and corporate sector doing ministry, volunteer coordinating, marketing, and recruiting to name a few! She is currently a stay-at-home-mom navigating the new waters of parenthood. Her favorite things include running, hiking, baking, and eating her way through Birmingham's amazing food scene!


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