Best Easter Brunches

The best restaurants in Dallas for Easter Sunday brunch

The best restaurants in Dallas for Easter Sunday brunch

The Haystack at The Grape restaurant in Dallas
Get the famous Haystack at The Grape on Easter Sunday. Photo courtesy of The Grape
Mimosas are a must during Sunday brunch. Courtesy photo
Cheddar biscuit Benedict at Boxwood T+G in Dallas
Cheddar biscuit Benedict at Boxwood T+G. Photo by Shana Anderson
Lamb chop at Fearing's Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
The annual Easter brunch at Fearing's includes dishes such as lamb chops. Fearing's Restaurant/Facebook
Pyramid Restaurant & Bar in Dallas
Pyramid Restaurants has three seatings available for Easter brunch. Photo courtesy of Fairmont Dallas
Blue Goose Cantina
Blue Goose Cantina keeps things casual on Easter Sunday. Blue Goose Cantina
The Haystack at The Grape restaurant in Dallas
Cheddar biscuit Benedict at Boxwood T+G in Dallas
Lamb chop at Fearing's Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
Pyramid Restaurant & Bar in Dallas
Blue Goose Cantina

Sure, Easter egg hunts and Cadbury Creme Eggs are great and all, but we prefer our eggs scrambled with a mimosa on the side. In Dallas, brunch isn't just a meal; it's a sport. And it's is a fine way to celebrate on Easter Sunday.

From casual Tex-Mex to formal fine dining, these Dallas restaurants have you and your family covered for Easter brunching.

Blue Goose Cantina

Highlights: Blue Goose Cantina celebrates Easter by offering $4 mimosas and $2 Miller Lites from 10 am-3 pm with its brunch menu. Dishes include brunch tacos with scrambled eggs, beef fajitas,  machacado con huevos (Mexican-style scrambled eggs with shredded beef, sautéed onions, fresh jalapenos and tomatoes), and huevos rancheros. Brunch is served from 10 am-3 pm.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: Not required

Boxwood Tap + Grill

Highlights: Boxwood is doing a few special items in addition to its regular Sunday brunch, from 10 am-3 pm. Also partake in a mimosa trio special.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: 214-220-2901 or


Highlights: Fearing’s hosts its annual Easter brunch just days before chef Dean Fearing’s new cookbook, The Texas Food Bible, is published nationally on April 29. Diners get their choice of starter, main dish and dessert. Options include halibut on orange-cauliflower purée with red quinoa and English peas, barbecued lamb chops, sea scallops, and smoked prime rib of beef.
Cost per person: $85 for adults and $30 for children 12 and under
Reservations: 214-922-4848


Highlights: Fedora in One Arts is serving Easter brunch from 11 am-5 pm, including the all-important Bloody Marys and mimosas for $4 each. Dishes include orange-glazed ham with green bean casserole, homemade crepes, biscuits and gravy, eggs Benedict, Italian omelets, spinach frittata, French toast, grilled salmon, and more. The regular lunch menu is also available.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: Online or 214-999-0009

FM Smoke House

Highlights: FM Smoke House celebrates Easter Sunday from 11 am-4 pm with a special brunch menu in addition to the popular à la carte menu. Offerings include Hefeweizen pancakes, brisket Benedict, chicken fried steak sliders and smoked spinach Florentine. (Prices range from $9-$16.) Mimosas, Franconia Lager, Micheladas, and Bloody Marys handcrafted with smoked pepper and house-infused vodka are $6.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: Not required

The Grape

Highlights: The Grape is celebrating Easter Sunday with its award-winning brunch from 10:30 am-2 pm. Chef de cuisine Jed Demler prepares menu favorites such as The Haystack, shredded oxtail and banana pepper hash, “Best Burger in Texas,” and more. Signature brunch beverages include the Wounded Yellow Bird, prosecco mimosas, spicy Bloody Marys and Chef's Early Morning Revver-Upper Go-Go Juice. For Easter supper beginning at 5:30 pm, The Grape is serving a special glazed molasses and brown sugar cured natural ranch ham with spicy brown mustard sauce, au gratin potatoes, sautéed ramps, morels, and asparagus in addition to the à la carte menu.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: 214-828-1981

The Grill on the Alley

Highlights: The Grill on the Alley serves an Easter brunch buffet from 11 am-4 pm. It includes a carving station, crab cake Benedict, salmon with shiitake mushroom, chicken piccata, salads, creamed corn, Brussels sprout hash and mashed potatoes. A dessert table features Key lime bars, chocolate mousse, cookies and brownies. Mimosas and Bloody Marys are $5.
Cost per person: $45 for adults and $10 for kids' buffet
Reservations: 214-459-1601

The Loft Restaurant

Highlights: The Loft Restaurant at NYLO Irving/Las Colinas hosts a buffet-style Easter brunch created by chef Jeff Lavrenchik from 10:30 am-2 pm. Options include waffles, omelets, beef carving stations, seafood selections, salads, mini desserts, and a kids-only buffet. Children can visit with the Easter Bunny and hunt for Easter eggs in the courtyard (11:30 am and 1 pm). The brunch price includes Mimosas and Bloody Marys.
Cost per price: $48.95 for adults, $30 for seniors, $20 for children 12 and under
Reservations: 972-373-8900

Ocean Prime

Highlights: Ocean Prime opens early (11 am) to serve chef Eugenio Reyes’ special brunch menu in addition to the dinner menu all day. Brunch options include blood orange mimosas; quiche with spinach, Swiss, provolone and Parmesan; blueberry French toast with cream cheese and powdered sugar; braised short rib with marble potatoes, caramelized onions, roasted peppers, poached eggs and Cabernet jus; crab and eggs with toasted English muffin, jumbo lump crab cakes, poached eggs and hollandaise; and blackened salmon field greens salad with strawberries, grapes, cantaloupe, goat cheese, basil poppyseed dressing and candied walnuts.
Cost per person: A la carte
Reservations: 214-965-0440

Olenjack's Grille

Highlights: Olenjack’s Grille is preparing an Easter brunch buffet with more than 25 options, including pork migas with tomatillo sauce, assorted fruit parfaits, macaroni four cheese casserole, and banana pudding cheesecake. Brunch is served from 10 am-4 pm.
Cost per person: $28 for adults and $13 for children
Reservations: Not required

Pyramid Restaurant

Highlights: Easter brunch features omelets, waffles, soups, salad, sushi, carved meats, dessert table, and complimentary mimosas and glasses of sparkling wine. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos with families and children. Seating times are 10:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm and 2 pm.
Cost per person: $65 for adults, $55 for seniors, $30 for ages 6-12 and free for children 5 and under
Reservations: 214-720-5249

Texas de Brazil Churrascaria

Highlights: Texas de Brazil is offering scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, fruit salad, assorted pastries, bacon and sausage, in addition to regular dinner menu. Diners can also choose between mango, strawberry or passion fruit flavored spring mimosas, made with house champagne and blended with choice of fruit puree and orange juice for $8 each. Doors open at 11 am.
Cost per person: Varies by location
Reservations: 214-720-1414

III Forks

Highlights: III Forks rarely opens for lunch, but the restaurant is offering a four-course Easter menu exclusively from 11 am-4 pm. Diners can order from both the Easter menu and the regular dinner menu on Easter evening from 4 pm until close. Menu options include asparagus soup, III Forks signature salad, steakhouse wedge, châteaubriand, flounder in champagne beurre blanc, lamb chop and leg roulade with spring vegetables, and chicken breast with oyster mushrooms in Riesling wine sauce. For dessert, choose from lemon cake, strawberry shortcake, chocolate marquis torte or peach Melba.
Cost per person: $46.95 for adults and $16.95 for children under 12
Reservations: 972-267-1776

Ser Steak + Spirits

Highlights: For Easter brunch, diners can select one item from each section and enjoy a four-course meal. Dishes include eggs, Greek yogurt parfait, salads, brioche French toast, ricotta pancakes, wasabi-crusted filet of beef, Australian rack of lamb, Atlantic salmon, carrot cake and a dessert trio.
Cost per person: $65
Reservations: 214-761-7470

The Warwick Melrose Hotel

Highlights: Celebrate the Easter holiday with an extravagant buffet comprising more than 50 selections, available from 11 am-2 pm. Choose from an array of fresh, seasonal appetizers; salads such as Thai chicken, Greek and Caesar; seafood such as chilled shrimp, clab claws and sushi; eggs such as Benedict and made-to-order omelets; carving station with prime rib and ham; entrees such as pork loin, roasted chicken, grilled salmon and veal scaloppine; and desserts such as cakes, cookies, pies and zuccotto. Kids get their own station, with items such as chicken fingers and mac and cheese. A portion of the proceeds from every meal served benefits North Texas Food Bank.
Cost per person: $60 for adults, $24 for children 5-12 and free for kids under 5
Reservations: Online or 214-224-3152