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Dining Guide: Celebrate Easter in Style

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Easter is the most joyful holiday for many reasons, one of them being that it occurs in the heart of spring. Between deciding what pastel and floral outfit to wear and where to eat, it can be overwhelming. You have come to the right place! Houston is full of amazing places to spend the holiday with loved ones and we’ve rounded up your top options.


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The charming River Oaks/Montrose-area restaurant is a lovely setting whether inside or on the patio. Brunch will be served from 10 am-3: 30 pm and includes a passion fruit mimosa or glass of punch for $65 per guest. The brunch menu includes English Peas Soup, Asparagus Wrapped Prosciutto, Lobster Benedict,  Braised Lamb Rigatoni and much more. Reservations can be made online.

La Table

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Upstairs at Château will be La Tables signature Grand Brunch from 10 am to 3 pm. The decadent menu includes a family-style breakfast for the table, as well as our buffet featuring a raw bar, carving station, pastry display, and more. To top it off is a special Easter chocolate fountain featuring classic Easter candy, Peeps. Reservations can be made online.

Crave Cupcakes

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All at home or hotel celebrations deserve an on theme sweet treat. Go-to local cupcake shop, Crave, has you covered. Their adorable assortment of cupcakes and cookies are perfect for your holiday weekend. There are multiple box and assortment options for you to choose from, both online and in store.


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Bisou is celebrating Easter with a special brunch menu designed by Master Chef of France Frédéric Perrier. Featuring three courses consisting of a starter, entrée, and dessert, the $49 menu includes one mimosa or glass of sangria per person. Highlights from the menu include jumbo lump crab beignets with chipotle aioli; roasted lamb loin, flageolet beans, and profiteroles with vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce. Seating times are 10-10:30 am,  12-12:30 and 2 pm. Reservations can be made online.

The Dunlavy

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The 3rd annual Dunlavy Easter brunch buffet features Crème Brûlée French Toast, a bagel spread featuring Golden Bagels, Strawberry Lime Ceviche, Crab Cocktail and more. Happening from 10 am to 3 pm, reservations can be made online.

La Villa

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La Villa is celebrating Easter with a special brunch pre-fixe menu for adults ($49 per person) and children ($24 per person) designed by Chef Kevin D’Andréa. The adult menu includes a glass of champagne, a pastry basket,  truffle scrambled eggs, a 7-hour lamb shoulder confit “Agneau Pascal” with French style mashed potatoes and a warm praline chocolate mousse with a salted crumble and vanilla ice cream. Reservations can be made online.

Feature Image Courtesy of La Table and Becca Wright 

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