Mimi’s, the popular neighborhood cafe offering French-inspired American comfort food, is offering its popular Chef-Prepared Take-Home Ham Supper for the first time ever on Easter. The Easter Ham Supper feeds 6—8 people and is available for pre-order for $89.99 through April 14, while supplies last. Each feast requires 1 to 1.5 hours of heating time and includes:
Smoked Ham with Orange-Dijon Glaze, Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin, Honey Thyme Glazed Carrots, Green Beans with Caramelized Onions & Bacon, Spinach Salad with Strawberries & Goat Cheese and Raspberry Brown-Butter Bread.
“Offering our guests Take-Home Suppers for Easter will help take the work out of cooking on Easter, and our guests can relax and leave the preparation to us,” said Mimi’s VP of Marketing Ann Dalier. “Of course, Mimi’s is a wonderful place to celebrate so we will make the day special for all in-cafe guests as well.”
Guests choosing to dine-in at Mimi’s on the holiday can feast on an Easter 3 Course Menu beginning at 11 am.
Course 1 features a choice of Cup of Soup, House Salad or Caesar Salad.
Course 2 features Hickory Smoked Ham or Slow-Roasted Turkey with the following sides: Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Cornbread Stuffing and Sautéed Green Beans with Bacon & Caramelized Onions.
Course 3: A Half Slice of Mimi’s Slab Pie, either French Silk or Crème Brûlée Cheesecake.
The Easter 3 Course Menu is priced at $18.99 for adults and $8.99 for kids under 12.
All of Mimi’s dine-in guests for Easter will receive a free entrée offer (offer is buy one entree, get one entrée free with purchase of two beverages, valid until May 12) for their next visit. Additionally, Mimi’s will offer its signature “Mimi-Mosa” with a tangerine burst, fresh squeezed orange juice and Korbel California Champagne, along with three other Mimosa flavor choices, for $5 per glass, where applicable. Children dining in will receive free Easter eggs filled with jelly beans.
Guests are encouraged to make reservations and call their neighborhood Mimi’s for additional details.
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