Make Plans at Houston Restaurants for Memorable Easter Dinner
Nothing is more special than a beautiful Easter dinner. Houston restaurants have planned an incredible array of choices from traditional meals to a few surprises.
Choose one soon, and get your reservations in place!
ARA | Royal Sonesta Houston: ARA is offering a special dish on Easter for lunch and dinner – Traditional Roasted Leg of Lamb, Red Bliss Potatoes, Ratatouille, Mint Jelly and Natural Jus. The dish is $29 for adults and $14.50 for children 11 and under.
Lucienne: Executive Chef Jose Hernandez has created a three-course brunch menu exclusive for Easter Sunday from 11am until 3pm. Pricing is $58 per person, plus tax and gratuity. A kid’s menu is also available.
Radio Milano: Enjoy a buffet of traditional breakfast favorites and Italian cuisine from 10am-3pm. An array of table-side champagne cocktails and sparkling wines by the glass will also be available for an extra charge. Easter brunch is $30 for adults, $12 for children ages 10 and under, and free for children under 5.
benjy’s: benjy’s Easter menu will highlight a special pre-fixe menu served from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Menu highlights include: Stuffed “churro” french toast with cajete, chocolate and raspberries; Pan Roasted Catch served with polenta, oyster mushroom, pea lives and calabrian chili; Cauliflower Cakes with moritas chili, chilled artichoke salad, watercress and lemon aioli; Mom’s Chocolate Cake, made fresh daily and served with pecan icing, mexican vanilla ice cream and berries. $38 per person; Children’s menu available for $18. To make reservations, call 713-522-7602 or go online at www.benjys.com.
Fig & Olive: Fig & Olive rings in its first Easter in Houston with a special holiday menu on April 1. The $42 prix fixe brunch option features dishes like French Toast stuffed with smoked bacon jam and topped with Lavender Vermont Maple Syrup and bourbon vanilla whipped cream; Provencal Baked Eggs served with nicoise olives, ratatouille vegetables, and picholine dressing; and Moroccan Glazed Salmon accompanied by cauliflower couscous with raisins & fresh mint, parsley salad, fennel, and preserved lemon puree. Fig & Olive will also feature a limited selection of regular menu items.
Roka Akor: Add some Japanese flair to your Easter Sunday at Roka Akor. Enjoy everything from Japanese and American Wagyu and prime-cut steaks & seafood to vegetables adorned with Japanese-inspired marinades and sauces alongside sushi and sashimi.
Steak 48: Visit Steak 48 at River Oaks District for Easter Brunch! Doors open at 11 a.m. and guests will have a choice of several appetizers, sides and brunch entrees —including Chef’s Daily Selection of Fresh Oysters, White Fish + Butter Poached Crab, Filet Mignon + Fried Egg, Colorado Rack of Lamb and Maryland Style Lump Crab Cakes. To make reservations, call 713-322-7448 or go online at www.steak48.com.
Tango & Malbec: No plans for Easter? No problem. Tango & Malbec will be open all day on Easter Sunday and will be offering these specials! Red Snapper topped w/ sautéed shrimp and served w/ sautéed garlic-spinach, fingerling potatoes & garlic-butter sauce special at $28. Wine special: Crowded House Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand at $25 per bottle (regular $38).
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