6 places to eat for Easter Sunday

Whether you're with the family, going as a couple or with a group of friends, here's where to eat for Easter Sunday!

Posted on Apr 11, 2017

Easter is this Sunday which means it's time to plan for brunch! Check out our picks, plan out your outfit and make your reservations now.

 

1. Restaurant DeGoyler at the Dallas Arboretum

Make plans to spend Easter at the Dallas Arboretum. The Restaurant DeGoyler will serve an Easter-themed meal with fluffy farm fresh eggs and berry filled mimosas as the highlights. And with a pianist playing in the background, what more could you ask for? After brunch enjoy Eggstravagansa, an Easter-themed event featuring garden games, face painting, sack races and live bunnies, as well as live music on the concert stage overlooking White Rock Lake.

 

 

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2. Hilton Anatole

Reserve your seat at the Hilton Anatole for their Easter brunch buffet. This one's perfect for the kids – there will be an Easter egg hunt, a petting zoo, a balloon artist and, of course, the Easter bunny himself! Brunch will feature an omelet and benedict station and desserts galore. Get your tickets here.

 

3. The Theodore

The Theodore, located in NorthPark Center, serves tasty American classics with a twist and with an impressive menu with everything from pizzas and sandwiches to burgers and salads, there's something for everyone. For brunch, try the black truffle white cheddar mac and cheese for starters and the fried chicken and coconut waffles or toffee French toast for the main course. Bringing the kids along? The kids-friendly brunch menu offers a variety of options to satisfy their appetite.

 

4. Mercat Bistro 

For a romantic date for two, mark Mercat Bistro off your list. Head to this European-style bistro for brunch and try the French baguette sandwich or the crabmeat benedict. Stopping by for lunch? The Mercat burger, served with fresh arugula, tomatoes and your choice of fries or a salad, will leave you content for the rest of the day.

 

 

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5. Smoky Rose

This new barbecue joint sits across the street from the Dallas Arboretum in East Dallas. It's got a rustic feel, with a beautiful patio and garden that's perfect for springtime dining. Start off with the brisket queso, then feast on your favorite smoked meats like the sausage or pulled pork. For desert, have a slice of apple spice cake or pecan pie. They'll also be serving up a special Easter brunch, so don't miss out!

 

5. Meso Maya

Tex-Mex lovers, head to Meso Maya for authentic Mexican eats. Their brunch menu features Mexican toast and huevos borrachos, as well as soups, tacos and enchiladas on the lunch and dinner menus. Be sure to order the avocado margarita – don't knock it 'til you try it! There's four locations around Dallas, so there's really no excuse to not stop by.

 

 

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