Celebrating Easter 2022

Easter is upon us and there are plenty of ways for everyone to celebrate!
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14 April 2022

Pick 1- Food & Restaurants

Many restaurants are continuing to serve delicious specialized menus for the Easter Holiday!

Kava

Kava, a fine dining experience with a terrace and beautiful interior has a set Easter lunch menu for 58 euros per person. Stop by from 12pm to 2:30pm for a delicious and fresh four course meal that includes a dessert.

Contact: 2611 9166
Address:
1, rue de l’industrie L-8069,
Bertrange Luxembourg

Buggi

Head to Buggi restaurant for their fresh and flavorful Easter menu. The meal is 62 euro per person in the restaurant or 56 euros per person for takeaway. The meal offered is four courses including a dessert and a bottle of wine.

Contact: +352 2 653 2426
Address:
24A Rue du Moulin, 3857
Schifflange, Luxembourg

T’Chiz

Try out this Belval restaurant with all things cheese for an Easter brunch this Sunday. They are offering a menu for 45 euros per person and 15 euros per person for children. However, if you feel like taking a break or getting some alone time with a special someone, the restaurant also offers a babysitting service. Your kids can participate in Easter themed games and a mini egg chase while you enjoy your meal!

Contact: +352 26 17 56 56
Address:
1 place de l’académie
4361 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Kaempff-Kohler

If you are looking for something more low-key that isn’t a restaurant, check out Kaempff-Kohler. Kaempff-Kohler is going to be selling special Easter pastries and chocolates and they also have a special Easter menu full of amazing flavors crafted by their chefs. Check out any of their locations below.

Contact: (+352) 474747-1

Address:
Luxembourg-ville
10 rue du Curé 
L-1368 Luxembourg

Niederanven
40, rue G.Lippmann
L-6947 Niederanven

Fromagerie – Bar à vin
18 rue du Curé
L-1368 Luxembourg

Hiking meets local food

Put in work to earn your Easter meal this Sunday at hiking meets local food. For only 33 euros per person you can enjoy a level 2 hike with a guide and a hearty Easter lunch. The hike will be 9km long and food will be served by Robbesscheier restaurant.

Departure point: Drauffelt station

Departure time: 10:10 a.m., when the train arrives

Pick 2- Kids workshop 

“A Possen” is hosting a children’s workshop with Easter themes activities. Groups are limited to 8 people, but they have several workshops available all season! 

Pick 3- Easter Church Service 

If you want to take time to reflect this holiday, there are plenty of services available in English, online or in person (some may require registering). All Nations ChurchThe Anglican ChurchInternational Parish of LuxembourgChristian Community Church, and Oasis Church are all great options! 

Pick 4- Castle Easter Egg Hunt

Add a little bit of magic to your egg hunt with castle egg hunt! Located at the Sanem castle near Esch-Sur-Alzette, the castle’s park will be filled with eggs waiting to be found. Click here for more details.

Pick 5- Get Creative at Home

There are so many ways to celebrate Easter at home. You can make Easter themed food, an egg hunt for your kids, dye eggs and so many other crafts! Get your chocolates from NeuhausChocolate HouseOberweis or vegan chocolates from Glow

Pick 4- Adult Activities

Pub Crawl Easter Edition

Bunny ears are welcome at this Easter themed pub crawl! At the first pub participants will do an Easter egg hunt and the person that will collect the most eggs will win a bottle of Jagermeister to be consumed in the Apoteca Club! 

Itinerary:

RockSolid :20:30 – 22:00: Happy Hour until 21:00 Free Shots from 21:00 to 22:00

Rocas: 22:00 – 23:00 Free Shot with every purchase ( Softdrinks excluded)

Bar:Bar: 23:00- 23:55 Free Shot with every order ( Softdrinks excluded)

Apoteca Club: 00:00 One free welcome Shot and Free Entrance

There will be 2 tickets type:

– Early bird (first 30 tickets) : 10 euro

– General admission (following tickets) : 15 euro

UN’PLUGGED JAZZY SUNDAY

Their motto is cool food, cool drinks, and cool jazz. Hop over to Un’Plugged Jazzy Sunday at Atelier Windsor for an atypical Easter. Spend time chatting with friends or meeting new people in the restaurant that is revamped for the event to have room for standing, conversation, and enjoying music. There is free admission from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.


To make a reservation contact: 28 13 88

or by email: restaurant@atelierwindsor.lu
or directly online: https://atelierwindsor.lu/#reservationbox

Pick 5: Easter Monday Market (Éimaischen)

On Easter Monday in Luxembourg, we celebrate the Emaischen. This traditional pottery market takes place in Luxembourg Ville and the other in Nospelt to the west of the city. The markets are popular and stalls packed with pottery line the streets. The market itself can be dated back to 1827 and takes its name from the town of Emmaus, a town connected to the Easter celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. The overwhelming star of the Emaischen is the Péckvillercher, the special pottery whistling birds. These charming birds come in different shapes and sizes and each year a special edition is created and collected.

City Centre: this is an extremely popular market so expect cremant, beer, sausages, folk dancers and jostling crowds. The main part of the market is in the small square of the Fishmarket. 

Fishmarket (Fëschmaart) behind the Palace of the Grand Duke and is open until 6pm. Make sure you don’t miss your chance to start collecting the small whistling birds (Péckvillercher) which are sold on Easter Monday only, and the collectors pieces sell out fast. The Royal Family traditionally make an appearance at the market in the morning, so if you get there early you may spot them.

Nospelt: the celebrations often start over the weekend with music and fun, but the market is on the Monday and the fun continues until late afternoon. See here for more information on Nouspelter Eemaischen.

Happy Easter! Ladies don’t forget to give your special someone an Easter egg or chocolate for the Luxembourgish tradition