Easter is a time for polo shirts, pastels, hand-dyed eggs, and family. But it’s also a great excuse to eat brunch. Easter Brunch is not just any brunch — it’s one of the most, if not the most, extravagant brunch of the year. The question is, where will you be eating your Easter brunch this year? If you’re still undecided, we’ve done the legwork and hunted down the best of the best. Say "hi" to the Easter Bunny for us.Read More
Where to Eat on Easter Sunday in Dallas
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Ocean Prime is the perfect spot for fancy Easter brunches for those of you with family traditions to uphold. And if you’re footing the bill this year you might prefer this option as well, as the a la carte pricing and under $20 entrees will help prevent sticker shock. Call (214) 965-0440 to make a reservation.
Will you be in Fort Worth for Easter? You’re in luck, because Bird Café’s Chef Curtis has prepared some seasonal menu specials like a smoked ham chop, a pan-fried arctic char benedict, and something called a Peter Cottontail Stifado (braised rabbit with tomatoes, peppers and a fried duck egg). Enjoy any of those, or order off of the a la carte menu. Reserve at www.birdinthe.net or by calling 817-332-2473.
Go south for Easter. In what they’re calling a “Social Easter Grand Buffet,” Grayson Social is putting together quite the lineup. Guests will enjoy a “killer biscuit display” featuring house-whipped butters and jams, a carving station serving up slices of prime rib, country-fried yard bird & waffles, plus sides, eggs, desserts and more. $5 mimosas and wine will also be on offer. $70 for adults, $58 per person ($28 for children), plus tax and gratuity
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Y. O. Ranch Steakhouse
With dishes like Chicken Fried Lobster Benedict, a Texas Hill Country Omelette with wild boar sausage and pico, and Texas Gulf shrimp with cheesy tobacco grits, it’s no surprise the chef Tony Street of the West End’s Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse calls this a “true Texas Easter.” $45 per person
Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
On Easter Sunday, Perry’s will open early, serving dinner throughout the day. But come 4:00 p.m., the restaurant will begin serving a $29.95 three-course Easter Supper Special which includes Perry’s famous pork chop, salad, and a classic dessert trio. Folks tend to go crazy for this three-part pork chop, so make a reservation by calling 303-792-2571.
For a family Easter meal, try the classic brunch at Table 13 in Addison. Enjoy live music by Scott Bucklin, $5 mimosas and bloody marys, and four courses of timeless dishes like deviled eggs, shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, filet mignon, bread pudding, cheesecake and more.
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Oak's prix fixe menus for both kids and adults feature simple ingredients elevated by new executive chef Jeramie Robison. Adults will delight in a playful green gazpacho and strawberry rhubarb pie while kids decide between Toad in a Hole or Brioche French Toast. Reserve at oakdallas.com. $65 Adults, $15 Children
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Easter brunch isn’t all ham and omelets. If Mexican food is more your speed, check out El Bolero’s Easter Sunday Brunch. It’s your choice of the a la carte menu or a prix fixe 3-course brunch. Plus, there’s homemade carrot cake with cinnamon cajeta ice cream for dessert. Visit elboleromexican.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. $32 adults, $10 children under 12 (or order a la carte)
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Nick & Sam's
Nick & Sam’s Executive Chef Samir Dhurandhar and Chef Robert Clifford refuse to be outdone when it comes to Easter brunch. With over 30 dishes on their Easter buffet, including made-to-order sushi, a carving station, an omelet station, seafood, and more, folks enjoying this buffet might not eat again until Mother’s Day. The children’s buffet includes kid-friendly items like chicken tenders, cocktail wieners, meatballs, mac n’ cheese and PB&J finger sandwiches. For reservations, call 214.871.7444. $65 for adults and $25 for kids (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity). Free for kids four and under.
Another indulgent buffet to consider is at Asador at the Renaissance Hotel. The farm-to-fire restaurant rarely disappoints, and this Easter will feature a live harpist, included mimosas and bubbles, and everything from sliced-to-order prime rib to a raw bar with oysters and shrimp. Reservations are required. Call 214-267-4815 to claim your seats. $55 for adults, $20 for kids 6-12 years old (exclusive of tax and gratuity)
The folks at III Forks will open their doors at 11:00 a.m. (gasp!) to serve the restaurant’s special Easter Menu during a rare lunch service. The four-course menu features soup, salad, diner’s choice of elegant main courses like the Australian Lamb Provencal or an Aged Midwestern beef tenderloin, plus desserts like strawberry shortcake and a lemon torte. Bring Your Own Boots. Reserve at 972-267-1776. $48 for adults and $17 for children
Enjoy a “seasonally-inspired” three-course menu created by chef Dean Fearing himself and dine in one of the most lavish dining rooms in one of the most lavish hotels in town. Make your reservation by calling 214-922-4848. $110 for adults, $30 for kids 12 and under, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity
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