Hop to It! Here’s Where to Relish Your Epic Easter Feast

Hop to It! Here’s Where to Relish Your Epic Easter Feast

Lobster Bene at PostScript

THERE’S STILL TIME to reserve for Sunday, March 31. Whether brunching with kids in tow or you’re in it for the mimosas — or craving prime rib, smoked salmon and seasonal strawberry desserts served on a silver platter — H-Town has the Easter treat for every bunny.


The Annie Café & Bar

Brunch at The Annie (photo by Kirsten Gilliam)

Hop into the holiday with Easter brunch from 11am-3pm and savor a fresh take on Texas-influenced cuisine with seasonal specials. Be sure to snap a photo with the Easter Bunny!

Bloom & Bee

Bloom & Bee brunch spread

Easter Brunch at this flower-flocked Post Oak Hotel stunner starts with a luxurious choice of fancy deviled eggs, white asparagus soup, or burrata and stone fruit salad. Mains range from smoked salmon Benedict croissant to herb braised lamb shoulder, plus a dessert buffet of French pastries and cakes. Brunch runs 11am-4pm, and afterwards, families can participate in an Easter egg hunt led by a floppy-eared guest.

Brennan's of Houston

Brunch at Brennan's

The iconic Creole house has three dates for Easter dining this year, starting March 29 with Brunch with the Bunny featuring photos with the Easter Bunny. March 30 is the Very Hoppy Brunch, also family-friendly with live bunnies on the terrace from nearby Boling Bunny Farms! Sunday brunch March 31 is the most leisurely with seatings throughout the day. Reservations are required for all events.

CRU Food & Wine Bar

This smart, cozy spot features a three-course wine country-style brunch ($45 per person), along with brunch cocktails and specials on mimosas, bellinis, Domaine Chandon rosé and Veuve Cliquot by the glass. Highlights include crab cake Benedict, smoked salmon deviled egg toast, New Zealand lamb chops and desserts.

Four Seasons Houston

Texas cheese station

The Four Seasons Houston’s annual extravagant Easter Brunch in Toro Toro will feature classics with a Latin twist from 11am-4pm ($165 per adult; $65 per child, 12 and under). Come hungry for the sushi station with seafood on ice; the carving station with cedar-plank salmon, prime rib and more; a breakfast station, and grand desserts. Reservations are required and can be made on the website.

The Lancaster

Tea at The Lancaster

This year, the Lancaster Hotel Downtown will offer Easter brunch and afternoon tea. Conveniently, Easter brunch runs from 11am-4pm. Seatings for Easter Afternoon Tea service are noon or 2:30pm. Classics like fresh-baked scones with Devonshire cream, jam and lemon curd; various tea sandwiches; and a patisserie presentation with festive Easter touches will be paired with fine teas.

Le Jardinier

Seasonal fare at Le Jardinier

Who wouldn’t want to hang with “the gardener” (Le Jardinier in English) on Easter Sunday? This MFAH gem serves its three-course menu from 11am-4pm. Anticipate lovely choices including Murray’s burrata with strawberry rhubarb; spiced roasted lamb; and Ora king salmon. Save room for the award-winning desserts!

Local Table

Chicken and waffles at Local Table (photo by Jenn Duncan)

It’s easy to find a Local Table, as they are all over the Houston area with a casual family-friendly menu of egg dishes, chicken and waffles, and savory sidekicks. We hear the Easter Bunny will be hopping around from table to table this year.

Navy Blue

Celebrate Easter Sunday in the heart of Rice Village at Aaron Bludorn’s modern American seafood concept. An a la carte brunch with Easter specials — including plenty of delectable seafood — will be served from 11:30am-2pm.

NoPo Café

Cookies at NoPo (photo by Kirsten Gilliam)

Hunting for Easter treats? Perfect for filling Easter baskets or beautifying tablescapes, pre-order festive Easter cooking March 25-30. Set of 3 Easter cookies, $4; 1 dozen cookies, $13. Closed March 31.

Ostia

Surrounded by bougainvillea and greenery, this restaurant with a Greenhouse room is a picturesque (yet laidback) spot for brunch. Chef Travis McShane’s focaccia French toast with blueberries and mascarpone; ricotta pancakes with maple syrup; and pizza-dough doughnuts will appease carb lovers. Savory dishes include the signature chicken salsa verde, pizzas, gnocchi and a frittata. Brunch runs 10am-3:00pm.

Postino

Brunch at Postino (photo by Becca Wright)

This come-as-you-are casual spot boasts an eye-opening brunch menu, perfect for dining al fresco on the restaurant’s large, shaded patio. Served on weekends, the menu offers myriad shareable dishes. Think Umbria egg toast, cast-iron sticky bread, and seeded avocado toast. Sip mimosas, bellinis and a huge selection of wine and bubbles!

PostScript

For PostScript’s first Easter brunch, chef Caswell will whip up a menu of savory delights including Lobster Bene with chili hollandaise, and Frenched Texas Toast soaked in rum custard. Classic brunch libations will be flowing, including espresso martinis, Bloody Marys and mimosas.

State of Grace

Cinnamon rolls at State of Grace

This River Oaks mainstay showcases Gulf Coast cooking with Latin, Asian and even German touches. For this year’s holiday brunch from 10am-3pm, which includes a visit from the Easter Bunny, expect comfort food like chicken-fried chicken, cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting and crawfish Benedict.

Xochi

Chef Hugo Ortega and his team will serve a spectacular Sunday brunch buffet from 10am-3pm this Easter. Expect the usual coastal Mexican favorites as well as a carving station, new seasonal items, and Easter desserts. $55 per adult; $15 per child.

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