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Have you seen enough of your kitchen after the last year-plus when we all spent extended periods of time at home? Looking to support your favorite local restaurant this Easter? 

The City Paper has you covered with a running tally of local restaurants offering Easter takeout packages. With ham, prime rib, barbecue, dessert and all the fixins, there’s sure to be something for everyone. 

Note: Be sure to check with individual restaurants for deadlines and order details. Have more to add? Email parker@charlestoncitypaper.com.

Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint has multiple takeout options for pick-up on Saturday, April 3. The traditional Easter supper feeds 4-6 people smoked ham, hashbrown casserole, green beans and more, while the prime rib supper comes with three pounds of meat, horseradish cream sauce and sides for $229.99. The “Easter Feast” will feed your slightly larger socially distanced crowd with an entire smoked ham, 24 deviled eggs and other sides and fixins. Order online

Home Team BBQ is offering an Easter catering package that feeds 4-6 people for $150. Choose appetizers and sides like deviled eggs, mashed potatoes and squash casserole to go with your choice of ham or prime rib. Pre-order by Friday, April 2 by calling (833) 444-7427 or emailing catering@hometeambbq.com.

Ma’am Saab, which offers takeout and is an Uber Eats, is serving an Easter brunch featuring a variety of brand new dishes like chargha crispy chicken with French toast, a desi omelette roll, butter poutine and more.

Order Nordic Cooking’s Easter-themed vegan meal box by Friday, April 2.

Hall’s Signature Events is selling ham ($225) or prime rib ($395) meals for six, both of which come with a cheese plate, creamed corn, potatoes, vegetable medley and dinner rolls. Orders must be placed by Thursday, April 1 at 5 p.m. Call (843) 242-3185 or order online

Order Cynthia Wong’s Easter-themed Life Raft Treats for pick-up on Friday, April 2. Ordering opens at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 29.

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