Houston Restaurants Celebrating Easter with Special Menus

Craving something delectable for your Easter brunch or dinner? No worries because Houston restaurants have incredible options for every palate!

Meyer Lemon Pancakes at The Grove Photo courtesy of The Grove

A’BOUZY–www.abouzy.com;  2300 Westheimer; 713.722.6899

photo: Becca Wright

Celebrate Easter a’Bouzy-style with their regular brunch menu available from 10AM-3PM and their regular dinner menu from 3PM-10PM. Guests can start with the Brioche Toast Service featuring daily butters, jams and Texas wildflower honey, designed to pair perfectly with a glass of bubbly! Additional brunch all-star dishes include the B.A.L.T.E. sandwich with crispy bacon, avocado, bibb lettuce, tomato, and fried eggs; Pork Hash with braised pork carnitas, jalapeno, onion, peppers and sunny side eggs; and the Strawberry & Waffles with strawberry butter, whipped cream, maple syrup, and the option to add fried chicken strips. Space is limited, call ahead to book your reservation.

BISOU–bisourestaurant.com; 4444 Westheimer Rd; (713) 955-3855

Bisou celebrates Easter this year with a special Easter brunch menu designed by Master Chef of France Frédéric Perrier. Featuring three courses consisting of starter, entrée, and dessert, the $49 menu includes one mimosa or glass of sangria per person. Think jumbo lump crab beignets with chipotle aioli; roasted lamb loin, flageolet beans, and mint chimichurri; and profiteroles with vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce. Bisou welcomes all families and friends to come and enjoy its first Easter brunch.

Emmaline–https://dineemmaline.com; 3210 West Dallas Street; 713-523-3210

Brunch will be served from 10AM-3:30PM and includes a passion fruit mimosa or glass of punch for $65 per guest. Start with a pastry basket filled with house blueberry scones, mini E cinnamon rolls, croissant served with lemon curd and strawberry compote. Find English Peas Soup, Asparagus Wrapped Prosciutto and a Spring Beet Salad, and egg dishes like Lobster Benedict served with a classic béarnaise on grilled rosemary focaccia with crisp pancetta. There’s also Egg White Frittata for those dining on the lighter side. A children’s menu priced at $25 includes a dessert sure to delight the little ones – gelato topped with Cadbury Eggs.

FOUR SEASONS QUATTRO–fourseasons.com/houston/dining/restaurants/quattro; 1300 Lamar St;  (713) 650-1300

Come celebrate Easter with a signature brunch at Quattro, Sunday April 21 from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. Quattro serves bold, authentic Italian flavors elevated with local influences and ingredients. Quattro’s prime downtown location makes it a hotspot for power breakfasts, business lunches and casual dinners, but the lauded restaurant’s Sunday brunch is the real star of their lineup.

THE GROVE– www.thegrovehouston.com/menu; 1500 McKinney

Photo courtesy of The Grove

The Grove will host a special Brunch on the Green with live music on Easter Sunday from 11am-3pm. Enjoy savory brunch favorites, a build-your-own breakfast taco bar, meat-carving stations, and house-made pastries and desserts. Specialty cocktails including mimosas, sangria and mojitos are available for $15 with one cent refills. Brunch is $35 per person, $15 for children aged 2-12.

La Table at CHATEAU & MARCHE–www.latablehouston.com; 1800 Post Oak Blvd #6110; (713) 439-1000

Join us at Château for our signature Grand Brunch. 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. This year we’ve made a special addition to our chocolate fountain—Easter peeps, ready to dunk and coat with toppings! Adults – $85; Children – $35.

Head to MARCHÉ for a relaxed, but equally celebratory Easter, guests can dine à la carte at Marché. They will be offering their regular brunch menu, including the new “Punch Brunch” with a weekly punch bowl cocktail, dish specials, and live music on the open-air patio.

LE COLONIAL–lecolonialhouston.com; 4444 Westheimer Rd;  (713) 629-4444

Celebrate Easter with Le Colonial in the heart of the River Oaks District. Whether you desire to take in the district from Le Colonial’s expansive patio or gather around the table indoors expect to see a special Easter brunch menu consisting of signature dishes such as their Green Papaya salad with Valverde Farm kohlrabi, cabbage, carrots and spicy red curry dressing, Miso Glazed Salmon with shiitake mushrooms, baby bok choy, coconut lobster broth and annato oil and special Easter features.

POITÍN–poitinhouston.com; 2313 Edwards St. #100; (713) 470-6686

Gather with friends and family to celebrate Easter at Poitin Kitchen + Bar! Their expansive patio is a perfect spot to take in Houston’s downtown views as you dine on their new spring brunch menu with features such as their NOLA Breakfast Biscuit with hot sausage, scrambled eggs and house fries, Beet-Cured Salmon with preserved cauliflower and pickled onions and, of course, their seasonal homemade Pop-Tarts.

Poitin BBQ Shrimp & Grits
Photo courtesy of Victoria Christensen

POSTINO WINE CAFÉ–postinowinecafe.com; 642 Yale Street; (346) 223-1111


This Easter, Postino will be hosting an Old Skool Hippity-Hop Brunch from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. — a perfect alternative for peeps who may not have an egg hunt on the agenda but still are interested in getting out and celebrating. During brunch service, Postino will be playing old school hip-hop tracks in addition to pouring $5 glasses of rosé all day.

ROYAL SONESTA ARA–sonesta.com/royalhouston; 2222 West Loop S; (713) 627-7600

Dine in style this Easter at ARA with a special brunch Sunday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. and again from 5 – 10 p.m. For $29, guests can enjoy a Chef Robert Graham signature meal, each designed specially for the holiday. They include Rosemary Mustard Crusted Prime Rib/Yukon Pomme Puree/Butter Glazed Vegetable Medley/Natural Jus; Maple Brined Salmon Filet/Sweet Pea and Pancetta Risotto/Smoked Tomato Coulis. Upgrade your entree to a 3-course meal for $10, adding one appetizer and one dessert from ARA’s a la carte menu. ARA’s standard a la carte menu is also available throughout lunch and dinner. 

STEAK 48–steak48.com/steakhouses/Houston; 4444 Westheimer Rd; (713) 322-7448

Steak 48 prepares to serve an Easter brunch to wow everyone in your party! Opening especially for the occasion at 1PM on Easter Sunday, expect to see their traditional menu for a full Steak 48 experience. A festive place to host family and friends with a bevy dishes perfect for brunch such as their Fresh Burrata with tomato jam, smoked sea salt and pickled onion, a bounty of seafood options, hearty steaks and their off the menu beignet tree will make for a special Easter brunch.