Easter 2023 lands fairly early — on Sunday, April 9 to be exact. I know, it’s a month away. How did that happen? No worries though, we’ve got you covered with our guide to the best restaurants to celebrate Easter (whether it be brunch, dinner, or takeout) in Dallas.
This Ritz-Carlton, Dallas restaurant led by chef Dean Fearing is offering two options for Easter Brunch this year. Dine in for the Golden Easter Brunch on April 9. It’s a three-course menu for $145 for adults and $45 for kids. Or, order Easter To-Go for $500 — it’s a package of nine dishes that serves up to 10 people. Orders must be placed by March 31 for pick up on April 7.
This Easter Sunday, celebrate with a decadent meal at this favorite Dallas seafood restaurant. Besides their signature Miso-Glazed Sea Bass, Seared Tuna, and Lobster Tail dishes, Truluck’s will be offering a specialty cocktail called the Spring Fling. The $15 drink comes with vodka, Ramazotti Rosato, Cava, raspberries, fresh lime, almond syrup, and mint. And don’t miss the carrot cake for dessert. Reservations are recommended.
Brand new at The Star in Frisco (it opens on March 13), this French bistro is offering an Easter prix fixe menu on April 9 including options of French onion soup, seared salmon, scallops, filet Oscar, and dessert. The cost is $55 per person. Make a reservation by emailing [email protected].
For $95 per person, celebrate Easter with a three-course Chef Crafted Brunch at this Knox Street steakhouse. There will be a choice of appetizer, main course, and house-baked pastries for the table.
At The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas, you’ll find Easter Brunch taking place at LAW Restaurant on Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm. For $85 per person, each guest will enjoy a four-course menu including a crispy green tomato appetizer, a choice of sweet greens or burrata and caviar, the main choice between eggs Benedict, shrimp and grits, burger, and. steak and eggs, and a dessert.
This new Park Cities barbecue restaurant is offering a welcome break from cooking this Easter with to-go packages. Each package serves eight to ten people and varies in price based on meat or side dish. A few options include wagyu brisket, smoked salmon, ribs, burnt ends, pimento cheese dip, mac and cheese, and brisket deviled eggs. Order online by April 8.
This Easter, head to this Harwood District Italian restaurant for an All-You-Can-Eat Champagne Brunch. For $95 per adult, there will be a made-to-order omelet station, bruschetta bar, and carving station featuring a whole roasted leg of lamb. Guests will also be able to order brunch specialties including mini lemon ricotta pancakes, eggs Benedict, avocado and burrata toast, and more.
On April 9 from 10 am to 3 pm, The Adolphus hotel is hosting an Easter brunch in the Governor’s Ballroom. For $85 per person (or $45 for kids), you’ll enjoy a raw bar, oysters, an omelet station, carving stations, and desserts. The Easter bunny is also expected to make an appearance.
Dine at this Harwood District French restaurant for a charming Easter Brunch. Chef Wes Willard will be cooking up some specials, as well as the regular brunch menu. There will also be champagne and rosé specials.
For $90 per person, head to this favorite Knox Street French restaurant for a two-course brunch this Easter. The full menu will also be available.
Try something different this Easter Sunday with brunch at Malai Kitchen. The favorite Vietnamese Thai fusion spot is offering items like banh mi French toast, Thai eggs Benedict, fried rice “over easy”, spicy Bloody Marys, and mimosas.
The Statler is hosting a three-course Easter lunch buffet ($29.99 per person) at Scout on April 9 from 11 am to 4 pm. Entrees include pineapple-glazed ham, buttermilk fried chicken, carving stations with prime rib, and herb-crusted lamb. You can also add on a mimosa or Bloody Mary for an extra cost. Free arcade gameplay and bowling will be available during lunch.
Celebrate Easter with a jazz brunch at this HALL Arts Hotel restaurant on April 9. The experience will feature craft cocktails and dishes like lemon ricotta pancakes, sea salt grilled Branzino, deviled eggs with smoked trout roe, and more.
Favorite sushi spot Nobu Dallas is offering brunch this Easter Sunday. The $68 per person menu (available from 11 am to 2 pm) includes a choice of Nobu Eggs Benedict with Snow Crab or Beef Tenderloin with Egg and Yuzu Soy Butter, a bento of sushi bar selections, and a dessert.
Head up to the 49th-floor restaurant at The National this Easter for an indulgent dinner. This upscale Italian spot is offering an exclusive lamb chop dish just for the holiday, as well as its most popular dishes. For dessert, opt for a special key lime cheesecake in a chocolate nest paired with pineapple orange sorbet.
For $68 per person, this iconic Dallas steakhouse is offering an Easter Brunch including a starter, a choice between eight entrees, and an assortment of sweets for the table. Entree choices include Jumbo Lump Crabcake Benedict, Country French Style Omelet with Gruyere, a Prime Ribeye with Au Poivre sauce, and more.
This Easter Sunday, celebrate with brunch at this downtown Dallas bistro for $42 per person. The meal will include breakfast pastries, deviled eggs, and more for the table. Entree choices range from Quiche Lorraine to Carrot Cake French Toast. And an array of desserts like housemade donuts, Vietnamese coffee and chocolate, and Yuzu curd will be available for the table.