Easter Sunday lands on April 17 this year, so now is the time to start getting those brunch reservations booked for the spring holiday. We’ve gone ahead and rounded up the best Dallas restaurants in town to dine in or order takeout from this Easter for you.
This Easter, change things up by picking up a picnic basket to-go from this AT&T Discovery spot. For $100, the basket feeds four people and includes deviled eggs, avocado toast, mixed greens, roasted lamb and harissa wrap, quiche, cookies, and Funfetti cake. Pre-order by April 13 for pickup on Easter Sunday. Pillows and blankets will also be available to rent for $20.
Book a spot at The Ritz-Carlton classic this Easter for a classy three-course brunch. For $135 for adults and $45 for kids, your Fearing’s meal will include a starter, main course, and trio of desserts. Some options are Linguini Cacio e Pepe, Achiote Marinated Mesquite Grilled Lamb Chops, and Coconut Caramel Ganache Tart.
Just in time for Easter, this new Deep Ellum restaurant is launching its weekend brunch menu. On April 17, book a reservation to indulge in Japanese pancakes, brioche French toast, and an omelet station. Special brunch cocktails include A Summer Day with cucumber mint vodka, ginger liqueur, lemon juice, strawberry reduction and sparkling wine. Or order the Mimosa in Bed for the table.
Ellie’s is always a great spot for brunch, but especially this Easter. The Arts District restaurant — situated within Hall Arts Hotel — is hosting a Jazz Brunch featuring a menu of deviled eggs, spring pea hummus, fried green tomato eggs Benedict, and banana bread French toast.
This Easter, Al Biernat’s is hosting extended brunch hours inside and on their recently renovated outdoor dining spaces. Reservations are open for both locations from 10 am to 3 pm on April 17. New brunch dishes include Biscuits & Italian Sausage Gravy, Crawfish Etouffee Benedict, and a Texas Brunch Sandwich.
This AT&T Discovery District spot is offering an Easter brunch buffet on April 17. For $50 for adults and $25 for kids, there will be assorted pastries, smoked salmon, fruit, eggs, bacon, sausage, a prime rib carving station, and more to indulge in.
Head over to Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas for an Easter brunch from 10 am to 3 pm. LAW will be hosting a buffet for $125 per adult and $55 for kids. Adults 21 and older will receive two complimentary mimosas or Bloody Marys. Food includes omelet, seafood, and carving stations. There will also be a pasta bar and some specialty dishes. For dessert, don’t miss pastry chef Yudith Bustos’ sweets including a made-to-order donut wall.
The French Room at The Adolphus will be debuting a Spring Tea Menu on Easter weekend. From April 15 through 17, guests can enjoy bites, champagne, and live harp music. The cost is $65 per adult, and $30 for kids 12 and under.
Head to Plano’s Legacy Hall this Easter for a Jazzy Brunch featuring a build your own mimosa and Bloody Mary bar, a visit from the Easter bunny, and Bobby Falk Group (performing in the Box Garden from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm). A special Peep Mimosa will be available for $7, and food options range from shrimp and grits at Dock Local to breakfast burritos at Brisket Love.
On April 17, Grapevine’s Hotel Vin is hosting an Easter Ballroom Brunch Buffet. Chef Juan Pablo Silva will be cooking up specialty items, including a crepe station, oyster bar, prime rib and dessert station. The cost is $90 per adult, and $45 for kids.
With your brunch reservations, kids get free entry into the Easter egg hunt at The Junction, as well as photos with the Easter bunny. An adult (21 and up) Easter egg hunt will take place at 3 pm, and includes a complimentary glass of wine and eggs containing prizes — including gift cards to Bacchus.
From April 15 through 17, this favorite seafood spot is offering a special Florida Lobster Thermidor entree, as well as an Easter Bloom Cocktail (cognac, almond orgeat syrup, angostura, lemon, and lime juice) in celebration of the holiday.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
Book a spot to dine in at Perry’s this Easter Sunday from 11 am to 9 pm, or order a to-go meal for the family. The dine-in special includes a starter, choice of ham or prime rib, sides, and a dessert for an additional price. Special brunch cocktails will also be available for $9 each.
A heat and eat takeout option is also available for those looking to celebrate at home. Options include individual meals, family-style for four people, and a la carte dishes.
The Plano location of this Southern restaurant is offering an Easter brunch buffet on April 17. For $49.95 for adults and $19.95 for kids, guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat from a Texas seafood bar, carving station, taco bar, breakfast bites, and more.
Book a reservation at this iconic Dallas steakhouse this Easter Sunday. For $48 per person, your table will receive pastries, smoked salmon tarts, deviled eggs, and tomato bruschetta to start. Entree options include everything from lox and bagels to jumbo lump crab cake Benedict. And for dessert, share an assortment of mini dessert bites with your party.
This classy Uptown hotel will serve a special prix fixe Easter brunch from 10:30 am to 2 pm. For $125 per person, the menu features a prime rib and bourbon-glazed ham carving station, a seafood station including jumbo shrimp, snow crab claws, and shucked oysters, an omelet station, and a Belgian waffle bar along with a kids buffet.
This downtown Dallas bistro is offering Easter Brunch for $38 per person on April 17. To start, you’ll get pastries, tomato and cucumber salad, and mini avocado toast for the table. Entrees include a choice of lobster salad, an omelet, pancakes, a burger, and more. You’ll end your meal with desserts for the table.
This Italian haven at NorthPark is offering a ready-to-reheat dinner for four this Easter. Options include ready-to-go salumi and formaggi platters, mains like Agnello e Pagioli (slow-cooked lamb leg with pistachio, and mint), seasonal sides, and a traditional Pastiera (Easter tart with ricotta and orange). To order, email [email protected] by Wednesday, April 13.
If you wish to dine at Terra, Easter brunch will feature seasonal dishes and a Build Your Own Bollicine cocktail.
This favorite Dallas Thai spot is offering special Easter brunch items on April 17 including Banh Mi French Toast, Salmon Sushi Spring Rolls, Vietnamese BBQ Lamb Chops, Pandanous Grouper, and Banana Crème Pie.
This Easter, book a reservation at this French bistro in the Harwood District for brunch. Specialty brunch entrees include Lobster Benedict, Smoked Salmon Crepes, Duck Confit, and a special Orange Tart for dessert.