After his resurrection, Jesus meets with two believers walking to Emmaus
Luke is the only Gospel writer to include this story of the two believers walking to Emmaus. It is a testament to his desire to exhaust all reliable resources in writing about Jesus to Theophilus as discussed in Luke 1:1-4. It is quite possible Luke talked directly to Cleopas about this story because it has such depth and detail.
It is not possible to be entirely certain about the timing of the resurrection story, but John 20:11-18 indicates Mary Magdalene was the first to see Jesus after his resurrection. John follows that event by saying Jesus met with his disciples.
Luke tells the story of Jesus meeting the two on the road to Emmaus, followed by them joining the disciples, and Jesus meeting with all of them. From these two accounts, it might be surmised that Jesus met with Mary Magdalene first, the disciples on the road to Emmaus next, and then with his apostles and other believers.
Scripture References: Luke 24:13-35