This Easter Sunday enjoy the lovely spring weather and celebrate Easter Sunday brunch with friends and family. Like always, Houston restaurants have you covered with prix fixe, à la carte and take out  menus to try. Here’s our list of Houston restaurants with Easter brunch and dinner options!

Bludorn
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BRUNCH

BLUDORN
Chef Aaron Bludorn invites guests to Bludorn restaurant to indulge in a decadent three-course prix fixe Easter brunch menu from 11 am to 4:15 pm that starts at $75 per person and $25 for children under 10. Enjoy tasty dishes like Smoked Salmon with rosti potato, crème fraiche and smoked salmon roe, Blue Crab Cakes with gribiche and frisee, Eggs Benedict with jambon de paris and sauce hollandaise and hot Cinnamon Buns served in a cast iron skillet.  Be sure to also try brunch classics like Buttermilk Pancakes, Omelettes and Smoked Bacon. Reservations can be made online or via phone.  


LaTable
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La Table
Easter Sunday dining at La Table starts at 11am and ends at 3 pm. You can select a delicious dish from their à la carte lunch menu that features the popular dish of Roast Leg of Lamb with spring vegetables, pommes purée and sauce paloise. You’ll also be treated to a complimentary plate of Madeleines when you dine on the holiday!


 

One Fifth Houston
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One Fifth Houston
Chris Shepherd’s One Fifth Houston in Montrose is a favorite spot for Southern comfort food and you better believe that the dishes on their three-course Easter Sunday brunch menu will be no exception. For $55 per adult and $25 per child, diners can taste mouthwatering dishes like the Crab-Stuffed Jalapeños with Buttermilk Dressing, the City Ham and Eggs with cream cheese grits, pickled greens, City Ham, poached eggs and end with a special Pecan Easter Egg Nest. Seatings start at 10:45 am, 11am, 2 pm and 2:15 pm. Reservations are recommended.


Caracol
Have a happy Easter or felices pascuas at Caracol! Chef Hugo Ortega brings flavors from Mexico’s beautiful coastal regions to your table this Easter Sunday. His three-course menu features Mexican Conchas, Albondigas de Camaron/Gulf shrimp meatballs with salsa costeña, Cañita de Puerco and a Pastel de Zanahoria carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, carrot candy and pineapple compote. This brunch menu is available from 10 am to 3:30 pm for $49 per person, $15 per child (plus beverage, tax & gratuity). Live music will be played by house band Ikaru. Reservations are required. A to-go menu is also available. 

 Bloom&Bee
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Bloom & Bee
The colorful and beautifully decorated Bloom & Bee in The Post Oak Hotel welcomes you to try their three-course Easter brunch menu from 11am to 4 pm on Sunday, April 4th indoor or on their elegant patio. Start with the Golden Lentil & Traditional Chickpea Hummus, Carrot Pancakes with cream cheese swirl, toasted coconut, candied walnuts and cinnamon maple syrup or Free Range Chicken Cordon Bleu with house salad and shoestring potatoes. End with a Bloom And “Bee Box” of assorted French Pastries for $65 Per Person, excluding tax and gratuity.  


WillieGs
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Willie G's
Willie G's à la carte Easter brunch awaits you on Sunday, April 4th! Get ready to try G's Famous Monkey Bread, Post Oak Omelette or Crawfish Benedict with delicate poached egg, buttermilk biscuit, crawfish étouffée and cajun hollandaise. You can also opt for to-go Family Meals available for pre-order and can choose a starter, entrée, and a side for $35 per person.


 The Tasting Room
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The Tasting Room
What’s better than Easter Sunday brunch? Easter Brunch all weekend long! At The Tasting Room in CityCentre you’ll enjoy brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 3pm. The restaurant will feature the Mixed Grill Asado both days which includes grilled lamb chops, steak churrasco, garlic shrimp, and andouille sausage served with lemon aioli and cherry pepper chimichurri for $55 - perfect for sharing. Items from their brunch menu are also available like their Crème Brûlée French toast, Smoked Salmon Avocado Toast and Texas benedict. Offers are available for dine-in, take out or third-party delivery.


Papalo Taqueria
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Papalo Taqueria
On Saturday, April 3rd get a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine at Papalo Taqueria in Downtown Houston's Finn Hall. The restaurant will be offering an Easter brunch with a variety of dishes including Mexican comida, Pan Dulce, and Amanecer coffee from 11 am until supplies last.  


Mortons The Steakhouse
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Morton’s The Steakhouse
No need to cook, in addition to a dine-in menu, Morton’s The Steakhouse has the perfect Easter to-go package for 4 for $159 to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. The package includes starters such as Spring Mixed Green Salad, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and ‘Mini’ Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Snake River Farms Berkshire Hog Ham with apricot bourbon glaze, Maple-Glazed Baby Carrots, Spiced Apple Cornbread Stuffing, Garlic Green Beans and Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes; and a Cherry Swirl Cheesecake. 


Eddie Vs Seafood
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DINNER

EDDIE V’S Seafood
Need an Easter dinner in Houston recommendation? One of Houston’s best spots for seafood and steaks, Eddie V’s Seafood in CityCentre will be offering a four-course family-style Easter dinner for takeout, featuring Shrimp Cocktail choice of Herb-Roasted Tenderloin or Chilean Sea Bass, Grilled Asparagus, Three Cheese Au Gratin Potatoes and Bananas Foster Butter Cake for dessert. This dinner is for 2 or 4 to 6 people, can be pre-ordered for pick-up on April 2nd - 4th and can be reheated at home. The restaurant’s dazzling indoor dining is also offering a prix fixe brunch menu of delicious Lobster Quiche Florentine, King Crab Omelet with Three Citrus Hollandaise and Crispy Chicken White Cheddar Jalapeno Biscuit. Visit EddieV.com to place an order or make a reservation. 


Steak 48
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Steak 48
If you’re looking to treat yourself and your family to fine dining, head over to Steak 48 in the River Oaks District for Easter Sunday! They are best known for their prime steaks, a raw bar and a large fresh seafood selection. Normally open for dinner, Steak 48 will extend its hours to open to guests at noon to taste their full menu.