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RSVP Catering welcomes spring with home delivered Easter, Passover menus

So long, winter. Hello, spring!

RSVP Catering, one of the region’s premier catering services, has been waiting to spring its new spring menu on us, along with new brunch and dinner menus for the Easter and Passover holidays.

And now they have: The menus address every meal of the day — from breakfast to dinner dessert — created by in-house chefs using top-quality, locally sourced ingredients that reflect the long-awaited change of seasons.

The best part is, all of the menus are available for home delivery, as complete meals-for-four. All you do is heat and eat. Re-heating instructions are included. But ordering deadlines are coming!

The Spring Menu features delicious, nutritious and warming family meals. Spring highlights include (these serve four):

  • Chicken and waffles breakfast, $36
  • Carrot roasted ginger soup, $9 per pint, $12 per quart
  • Hoisin grilled chicken dinner, with walnut and pomegranate quinoa, harvest salad, and pear tart, $104
  • Cambridge crab cakes, $60
  • Chocolate and salted caramel tart, $17.99

The Easter Brunch Menu, with two different menu styles, keeps to holiday tradition, with contemporary flair.

The honey glazed ham brunch, with spinach and strawberry salad, home fries, fruit salad, and homemade cinnamon rolls is $31 per person, for six diners. There’s a choice of three “desserts by the dozen,” including mini carrot cupcakes, coconut macaroon, bird nests and chocolate bunny booties, for an extra $28.

The tenderloin and crab cake dinner features asparagus and strawberry salad, roasted tricolor carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and homemade rolls for $45 per diner, for six diners.

The Passover Prix-Fixe also keeps to tradition, beginning with chicken liver mousse and matzo ball soup, followed by caramelized onion brisket, maple-sherry glazed carrots, horseradish whipped potatoes, and chicory and seasonal green salad. Dessert, included with the $45 per person meal, include lime and coconut macaroon cookies and chocolate toffee matzah bark.

The spring home delivery menu is available now; Passover Prix-Fixe orders are due Wednesday, April 13 by noon for Friday, April 15 delivery. Easter buffet orders are due Friday, April 15; noon for Sunday, April 17 delivery.

Order your Easter Brunch or Passover Prix-Fixe meal online, email RSPV Catering at [email protected], or call 703-573-8700.

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Join us as we explore Vini Franchetti & their two sister vineyards Passopisciaro (Sicily) and Vini Franchetti (Tuscany) for our Sicily/Tuscany Wine Dinner!

Sunday, Oct 9 @ 6pm

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