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Long Island restaurants, grocers offering Easter dinner to go

Morton's The Steakhouse to-go dinner for two includes

Morton's The Steakhouse to-go dinner for two includes filet mignon and lobster tails. Credit: Landry's

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A stay-at-home Easter does not have to include cooking. Satisfy your Easter appetites with a festive take-out meal from one of the following restaurants or grocers:

Fairway: Full Easter dinners for pickup or delivery via locations in Plainview and Westbury include ready-for-the-oven leg of lamb, honey glazed ham, standing rib roast and beef Wellington. Each serves 8-10 people ($235-$350). Order deadline is April 5. More info: 866-392-2837, fairwaymarket.com

Fifth Season (34 East Broadway, Port Jefferson): This seasonally driven restaurant is offering a spring family-style dinner for four, for $125, available for curbside pickup hot or cold until 2pm on Easter Sunday. Choose either an organic field greens or Caesar salad, a citrus and honey glazed ham or roasted leg of lamb, three side dishes (asparagus, carrots, broccoli, mashed potatoes, roasted sweet potatoes or brown rice pilaf) and either strawberry-rhubarb crisp or flourless chocolate cake for dessert. Order by Friday, April 10. More info: 631-477-8500, thefifth-season.com

First & South (100 South St., Greenport): This North Fork favorite will be offering Easter specials — ham, quiches, and more — in addition to its regular takeout menu of family-style dishes. Order in advance and pick up your Easter food on either Saturday or Sunday and reheat at your convenience. More info: 631-333-2200, firstandsouth.com

Morton's The Steakhouse (777 Northern Boulevard, Great Neck): The Great Neck steakhouse is offering to to-go Easter dinner for two for $109 that includes a choice of appetizer, main, side and dessert for each person. DIYers might opt for one of the restaurant's steak Easter dinner kits that include ready-to-grill filets, plus lobster tails, lamb chop lollipops, sides, salad and dessert ($119, feeds two people). More info: 516-498-2950, mortons.com

Off The Block Kitchen & Meats (501 Montauk Hwy., Sayville): This butcher shop/restaurant is offering leg of lamb or ham platters with vegetable side dishes, serving families of four, as well as its takeout menu on Easter Sunday. Order a few days in advance. More info: 631-573-6655, offtheblockmeats.com

Stew Leonard's: Both Farmingdale and East Meadow locations are offering order-ahead a la carte family dinner entrees ranging from leg of lamb and smoked ham to roast turkey breast (from $70), plus sides such as sweet potato mousse and green beans Almondine ($15.99 each). Or go for the $150 smoked ham dinner for 8 that includes a choice of 4 sides, dinner rolls and two pies. More info: stewleonardscatering.com

Uncle Guiseppe's: The grocer's seven Long Island locations are offering Easter dinner catering packages that include a choice of appetizer, pasta, entree and sides, plus dessert. Mains include traditional spiral glazed ham, stuffed lamb or pork loin . $219.99 for six to eight people. Larger and a la carte menu options available. Order deadline April 10. More info: uncleg.com 

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