Best Easter Brunches in DFW

Our family doesn’t do Easter baskets. To us, too many holidays revolved around sweets and treats, and the holiday itself can lose its meaning. Our Easter tradition is to go to early church service on Easter, and then we head to an amazing brunch, where we talk, laugh and eat ourselves to the point that a nap is required. Here’s a list of Easter brunches in DFW that you should make reservations and have fun with your family and friends:

Café On The Green – MY PICK
Irving | Steak
Enjoy a buffet, kids buffet and Easter Bunny for adults at $71 and for children at $31 (ages 6-12), free for children five and under.
Addison | Seafood
Enjoy a fabulous 3 course menu specially prepared by Chef Chamberlain for $38.50 per person.
North Dallas | Steak
Enjoy a fabulous 3 course menu specially prepared by Chef Chamberlain for $38.50 per person.
North Dallas | Steakhouse
Celebrate Easter at Del Frisco’s featuring a lavish buffet including a variety of popular brunch & dinner items for $49. Children’s menu is available for $12.
Fort Worth Downtown | Steakhouse
Celebrate Easter with our 3-course menu featuring a variety of popular brunch items & dinner menu items for $39. Children’s menu is available for $10.
Grapevine | Steak
Get dressed up in your Easter best for the 2013 Easter Buffet because Kodak will be on hand to photograph your family. You won’t have to hunt for eggs this year; they will be handed out as you walk in the door for adults at $71 and for children at $29 (ages 4-12), free for children three and under.
Grain – Hilton Park Cities
Dallas Uptown | Steak
Come join Executive Chef James Music & his culinary team to celebrate Easter Brunch in our Beverly Ballroom for adults at $55 and for children at $27.50.
Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill
Addison | Contemporary American
Join them on Easter Sunday!
Mignon – MY PICK
Plano | Steakhouse
Join us for a beautiful three course Easter Sunday Brunch for $44.95 per person.
Dallas Downtown | Steak
Celebrate Easter Sunday at SER Steak + Spirits where chef Anthony Van Camp has prepared a delicious brunch for adults at $49 and a children’s menu for those under 12 at $19.

Comments

  1. Great list! I don’t do baskets either, because I know they will get a ton from the grandparents and I hate fighting about the candy all week after Easter. 🙂

    We go to Brookhaven Country Club every year with my dad for their Easter buffet. It’s amazing.

    Thanks for making me feel better about the whole Easter basket business. 🙂

    • Jennifer says:

      No problem! My husband and I started feeling like EVERY holidays was surrounded by mounds of candy, and the meaning of the holiday or reason we celebrate was lost in the sweets and jam=packed events. We have decided to take a low-key approach, especially as you mentioned their grandparents will spoil them with goodies. 😉

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