Where to go for Easter Brunch in Dallas
Spring is definitely in the air, my allergies confirmed it. While my favorite season is Fall, I do enjoy Spring for the beautiful weather and all the patio brunching and sipping. Not to mention all the upcoming holidays, like Easter and Memorial Day which are basically excuses to host a gathering. If you are trying to decide where to go for Easter brunch, I’ve got you covered. Get your cutest pastel dress or best suit out, we’ve got a brunch to attend!
Cedar Grove, Dallas
If you missed my post on Cedar Grove give it a read and find out why you will be dabbing after your brunch. Cedar Grove will feature their traditional brunch menu.
The Warwick, Dallas
If you’re looking for a fancy brunch this is the place.The Warwick will feature a delectable display of items served buffet style. The Easter Brunch will serve favorites such as deviled eggs, made to order omelets and waffles, as well as bottomless mimosas and bloody mary’s. You had me at bottomless mimosas!
MatchBox has traditional American cuisine with a modern twist. Along with their regular menu, there will be a special brunch menu and they promise to have an Easter surprise.
Del Frisco’s Grille, Plano
My family and I have visited Del Frisco’s Grille for brunch a number of times, it has become one of our regular spots because the service and the food are consistently good. The Easter brunch menu will feature crab cake Benedict and prime rib.
We’ve gone to Jaspers for Easter brunch before, and Kent Rathburn and his team do not disappoint. The Easter Brunch is a 3 course menu where you choose from a list of starters, and entrees and it features a dessert trio for the third course. The entree selection includes, white truffle aged gouda omelette, flat iron steak and eggs, and ricotta blueberry pancakes.
Gaylord Texan, Las Colinas
The Gaylord always does the absolute most for every holiday. During Christmas it is like a Winter Wonderland, and Easter will be no different. Their Easter brunch buffet will feature a seafood station, a taco station, carved to order leg of lamb and ham, as well as traditional brunch items. There will also be an Easter Bunny on site for photos.
Chamberlain’s will feature a three course menu with mouth watering options for each course selection. Some of the featured items include filet mignon, shrimp lobster and asparagus mac and cheese, salmon, and the desserts look incredible too.
There is no shortage of brunch options for your Easter celebration. However, If you’re considering hosting your own Easter brunch at home, don’t worry, my next post will tell you how to host a hassle free Easter brunch that will be sure to impress.