Try these Egg-cellent brunch spots!
Spring is here and so are the Easter Sunday options for you and your family to enjoy! Like always, Houston restaurants have you covered with prix fixe and à la carte menus to try. We’ve gathered our list of favorite Houston restaurants with Easter brunch offerings below!
Start your Easter Sunday at Guard and Grace, a modern steakhouse in downtown Houston. Their annual Easter Brunch is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on April 17th! The special brunch menu will include dishes such as Crab Avocado Toast, Million Dollar Bacon or Kobe Beef Queso for starters, salads such as a classic Wedge, Raw Bar selections, Lobster Benedict or Duck Confit Hash, and entrees such as Alaskan Black Cod or Prime Hanger Steak & Eggs - yum!
Easter Sunday brunch at La Table begins at 11 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m. For $75 per person, choose one appetizer, main course, sides and dessert (family-style). Appetizers include Avocado salad, Onion Soup or Shrimp cocktail (+$5). For the main course: Vegetarian Risotto, Grilled Salmon, Lemon Chicken, Mashed Potato and Seasonal Vegetables. Can’t forget about the dessert, choose from Mini Marjolaines, Mini Eclairs and Mini Carrot Cakes. A kids menu of pasta and grilled chicken is available for $25. Be sure to make your reservation via Resy, latablehouston.com or by calling 713.439.1000. There is a $50 per person cancellation fee, if your reservation is canceled within 48 hours.
Celebrate Easter at Le Jardinier from 1 -7 p.m. on Sunday, April 17th. This beautiful restaurant located inside the Museum of Fine Arts Houston is offering a $125 three course menu with an additional $85 wine pairing available. Start your culinary journey with Deviled Eggs and Amuse Juice followed by a first course choice of Burrata, Watercress Pistou, Pine Nuts and Strawberries and more! For your second course, select from a Spring Rabbit Ragu with Homemade Tagliatelle, Green Olives and Tarragon or a Roasted Spicy Lamb Shoulder with Chickpea Fricasse and Arugula. Complete your meal with a delicious dessert like Farmer's Carrot and Mild Goat Cheese Cake, Caramel Sabayon, or Vegan Ice Cream Trio. Make your reservation via Resy.
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. From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. diners can order their brunch favorites like coctel de camaron as well as a carving station, new seasonal dishes and specialty Easter desserts. This menu is priced at $52 per person, $15 per child, plus beverage, tax & gratuity. Grab a drink at their full bar and enjoy live music by house band, Ikaru. Reservations are highly recommended.
The beautifully decorated Bloom & Bee inside the luxury The Post Oak Hotel welcomes you to try their three-course Easter brunch menu indoors or on their elegant patio from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 17th. The first course options are Deviled Eggs or Spring White Asparagus Soup. As a second course, choose from Lobster Eggs Benedict & Caviar, Steak and Biscuits or Roasted Airline Chicken Breast. End your brunch with an Easter dessert buffet of French pastries like Chocolate Mousse Cup- bon appétit! Menu price is $75 Per Person (Excluding tax and gratuity).
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 starting at 11 a.m. Whether you love sweet or savory brunch dishes, Executive Chef Beto Gutierrez has a vibrant selection for you. Choose a Blueberry Gingersnap Waffle served with bourbon caramel and vanilla ice cream or a Spanish Chorizo Frittata made with white cheddar, peppers, onions, tomatoes, arugula, feta cheese, and a homemade red chimichurri sauce. Need to celebrate later in the day? The Tasting Room is also offering an Easter inspired dinner of Glazed Pineapple Ham Steak served with potatoes au gratin and green beans almondine. Please visit www.tastingroomwines.com or call at 281.822.1500 for reservations.
Dine at one of Houston’s most classic spots for brunch, Backstreet Cafe. Enjoy a three-course Easter brunch with choices like Parker House Rolls & Rhubarb-Strawberry Muffins to share, Tomato Basil Soup, roasted tomatoes, basil, cream for appetizer, Steak and Eggs, roasted potatoes, asparagus for an entree and Carrot Cake for dessert! Brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and menu is priced at $56 per person, $15 per child, plus tax, gratuity & beverages. Listen to live Jazz by Bob Chadwick! Reservations highly recommended.
Underbelly Hospitality brings you Wild Oats, a new take on traditional Texas eats at the city’s historic Houston Farmers Market. For Easter Sunday, they’re going big with ham, rabbit, and lamb (all roasted and/or grilled on their live fire grill) and many more Texas-inspired brunch dishes to choose from! Easter Sunday brunch menu is $75 for adults, $35 for Kids 4-10 and free for Kids under 3.
Photo courtesy of Kimberly Park
Brunch at Brennan’s of Houston twice! Each year, Brennan’s holds two popular events to celebrate Easter with family and friends. First, bring your children to Brunch with Bunny where they can snap pics with the Easter bunny, taste a special brunch menu (and dessert!) while the adults enjoy mimosa on April 15th, Good Friday at 9:30 a.m. On Easter Sunday, invite friends and family to a delicious brunch menu with classic favorites like Eggs Benedict starting at 10 a.m.