Dallas’ Top Easter Brunch Restaurants: Spots That Make the Holiday SpecialBY Natalie Gempel // 03.23.18
Chargrilled Oysters at Hookline
The Mansion Restaurant
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Scout at The Statler
Easter egg hunts are fun, but searching for a great Easter brunch? Not so much. Luckily, there are plenty of egg-cellent Dallas restaurants with holiday specials next weekend.
Throw on your Sunday best and get ready for the best brunch you’ll have all year at these six standout spots…
The Mansion Restaurant
When it comes to special holiday celebrations, you can never go wrong with The Mansion Restaurant. It’s delicious, elegant-yet-comfortable, and classy as can be. This year, the acclaimed restaurant will serve a three-course brunch menu, as well as a three-course dinner menu of elevated American cuisine (served 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.).
The brunch menu (served 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) includes mouth-watering dishes like chicken fried Texas quail and waffles and pastrami eggs benedict; other options like Maine lobster risotto and aged beef tenderloin will be available at both meals.
A gorgeous dessert display completes the feast, offering treats like orange créme brûlée, strawberry panna cotta, and more.
Easter Sunday reservations are available for $125 per person; $55 for children 12 and under.
If you’re looking for a low-key, casual Easter brunch, check out Hookline in Plano. The “Gulf Coast Low Country” restaurant is offering a vast brunch buffet, with everything from peel ‘n eat shrimp to oysters on the half shell to O-Johnny Cakes to Southern fried chicken.
The buffet includes access to “Peter Rabbit’s Dessert Garden,” with petit fours, mini desserts and a Bananas Foster station.
Easter brunch is $35 per person, a “build your own” Bloody Mary bar will be $9, and bottomless mimosas will be $15.
The recently restored Adolphus is hosting Easter brunch for the first time in over a decade! The hotel will serve a tasty holiday spread in its Century Ballroom, complete with a mimosa bar, house-made pastries, a raw bar, and a brunch buffet.
Expect classic items like shrimp cocktail, roasted leg of lamb and chicken and waffles. The dessert selection will include lemon blueberry tarts, pineapple upside down cake, liquid nitrogen gelato and a cobbler station.
Want to host Easter brunch at home without having to spend the entire holiday in the kitchen? Eatzi’s has your family’s feast ready for the taking. The gourmet marketplace is offering Easter favorites like braised brisket, glazed snapper, hot cross buns and more.
Entrees and sides are available March 29 to April 1, desserts are available March 26 to April 1, and special treats (like stuffed chocolate eggs) are available March 23 to April 1.
Add bowling, ping pong, foosball and pool to your list of Easter traditions this year. Scout, the adventure-themed restaurant and gaming lounge inside of The Statler, is hosting Easter brunch this year. There will be a variety of brunch stations offering omelets, chef Graham Dodds’ fried chicken and more.
The afternoon will also include live music and an endless stream of craft cocktails. Brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and tickets are available for $50.
Upscale steak and seafood restaurant Truluck’s will be offering some holiday treats this Easter Sunday at both Dallas locations, in addition to their regular menu. Specials include short rib hash browns; knife and fork crab cake melt; Mediterranean seafood salad; Wagyu chicken fried steak and eggs and more.
The restaurant will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Reservations are strongly suggested.
B&B Butchers & Restaurant
This classic steakhouse in Fort Worth introduced weekend brunch just in time for Easter Sunday. The restaurant will serve its regular brunch menu on Easter, including chicken & waffles, pancakes, stuffed French toast, B&B hash with prime rib, house-smoked beef bacon and more. Complete the meal with Bloody Marys, white sangria, specialty cocktails and mimosas. The patio will host live music from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.