Hop to It for Brunch, Lunch — or Later! Here’s Where to Eat on Easter Sunday

Hop to It for Brunch, Lunch — or Later! Here’s Where to Eat on Easter Sunday

Deviled Easter eggs at Traveler's Table

WHETHER YOU ARE brunching with the Bunny (kids in tow), thirsty for Bloody Marys, or craving prime rib, seafood and seasonal strawberry desserts served to you on a silver platter, H-Town has the Easter weekend feast for every bunny. Here are our top picks.


The Easter spread at Bloom & Bee

BLOOM & BEE Easter Brunch at this flower-driven Post Oak Hotel stunner starts with a luxurious choice of deviled eggs with prosciutto and black truffle or white asparagus soup. Mains range from lobster eggs Benedict with caviar to herb-roasted lamb with thyme lamb jus — plus a dessert buffet of French pastries and cakes. Oh my!

Cheese station at the Four Seasons

THE FOUR SEASONS HOUSTON The iconic hotel’s extravagant Easter Brunch in the still-new Toro Toro restaurant will feature classics with a Latin twist from 10am-2pm. Come hungry for breakfast entrees including an omelet station; soup and salads; chef-prepared Texas cheese display; lavish seafood and sushi stations; a meat carving station; classic entrees and a holiday dessert spread. $145 per adult and for $65 per children 12 and under. Reservations via Open Table Experience.

Ukranian Borscht soup at Traveler's Table

TRAVELER'S TABLE This Montrose brunch go-to has hippity-hopped to the next level for Easter Sunday. A wildly affordable $45/person three-course menu will be offered from 9am-2:30pm, touting truffled deviled "Easter eggs" with brie, basil and sun-dried tomatoes, and more!

White asparagus at Le Jardinier (photo by Emily Chan)

LE JARDINIER Who wouldn’t want to be feasting on fresh picks from “the gardener” (aka le jardinier) on Easter Sunday? Enjoy your morning at leisure, because this gorgeous MFAH gem is serving its three-course menu later (1pm-7pm). Anticipate lovely choices including French white asparagus with orange reduction; spring rabbit ragu with tagliatelle; roasted spicy lamb shoulder, and more. Save room for the award-winning desserts! $125 per adult.

Sculpture garden dining at Tonight & Tomorrow

TONIGHT & TOMORROWWe can only hope that this glorious weather continues into Easter Sunday. If so, the patio at Tonight & Tomorrow overlooking a beautiful sculpture garden will be a fab place to be. A three-course brunch menu (7am-3pm) includes the likes of risotto du marché with black truffles and seared scallops atop sweet-corn grits. There’s also brunch a la carte, and a separate three-course kids menu. Dinner begins at 5pm!

Brunch offerings at Xochi

XOCHI Chef Hugo Ortega and his team will serve an epic Sunday brunch buffet from 10am-2:30pm this Easter. Expect a colorful array of Mexican favorites, as well as a carving station, new seasonal items, and pastry chef Ruben Ortega’s specialty Easter desserts. $52 per adult, $15 per child.

Brunch at Brennan's

BRENNAN’S OF HOUSTON Brennan’s offers two immensely popular Easter brunch events. The first, Brunch with the Bunny, falls on Good Friday (4/15). The children’s event includes the chance to take photos with the Easter Bunny, a special brunch menu, a dazzling dessert buffet — and mimosas for adults. And on Easter Sunday, a spring brunch menu is offered for the whole family.

Lobster tacos at Pier 6 (photo via Instagram)

PIER 6 SEAFOOD & OYSTER HOUSE Steal away to San Leon for seafood and sea breeze! Kick back with a chilled seafood platter or cucumber-lime granita oysters for the table, and then choose from a hot chicken doughnut, steak bavette and eggs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch French toast, fried oyster tacos and more (11am-9pm). Sips include pitchers or flights of mimosas, and the signature Baller Bloody Mary.

Guard & Grace seafood tower

GUARD & GRACE Rise and shine for Easter brunch (10am-3pm) at this modern and posh Downtown steakhouse. Start with luscious crab avocado toast, Million Dollar Bacon, selections from the Raw Bar and more. Mouthwatering main plates include lobster Benedict, Alaskan black cod or prime hanger steak and eggs.

Ichigo tart at Tobiuo (photo by Jio Dingayan)

TOBIUO SUSHI & BAR Treat the family to sushi Sunday! Spring specials at Tobiuo include Garden of Eden and Green Lotus maki, Hamachi Kosho cold tasting, and the artful Ichigo Strawberry Tart. Pair with beautiful craft cocktails, including the Coconut Cloud or an espresso martini. Reservations here.

Buffet setup at Wild Oats

WILD OATS With Houston’s original farmers market as its backdrop, this newbie’s buffet brunch is quickly becoming a favorite with families. For Easter, they are going all out with ham, rabbit, and lamb (all roasted on the live fire grill, aka Grillie Nelson), plus all-you-can-eat Texas sides. Adults $75, children $35, kids under 3 eat free.

Brunch at Dish Society

DISH SOCIETYEnjoy a come-as-you-are Sunday brunch on the patio featuring fresh, farm-to-table favorites, including brisket and eggs, chicken and biscuits, Gulf shrimp and smoked Gouda grits and Nutella French toast, plus fluffy pancakes, stacked sandwiches, salads and options for kiddos. Counter service, no reservations, multiple locations. Full menu here.

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