5 Spots to Enjoy Brunch this Easter

Fill up on the best eats in Dallas this Easter.

Posted on Mar 23, 2018 By Gabby Johnson

Easter is April 1, and if making brunch plans with your friends and family is an annual tradition – we've got some great ideas on where to do brunch in Dallas. Switch it up this year, expanding your taste buds with a taste of Jamaican favorites, southern staples, or add some live music to the mix and go for a cultural dining experience this Easter.

 

1. House of Blues

Downtown

The world-famous House of Blues Gospel Brunch is the perfect setting to hear live gospel music while enjoying the southern all-you-can-eat buffet including their delicious chicken and waffles. Exhilarating performances, tender carving stations and the perfect family-friendly environment makes this brunch an event you don't want to miss. Concert Brunch times are at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. and includes a buffet, gospel show and non-alcoholic beverages. Kids five and under eat free.

 

2. Mattito's

Uptown

Hop on over to Mattito's if you're looking for your favorite Tex-Mex dishes. The Easter brunch buffet will feature an assortment of delicious items such as huevos rancheros, enchiladas, beef chilaques and a taco bar. Two tasty mimosas, margaritas or Bloody Marys are included with the buffet. Located on Oak Lawn Avenue (at Cedar Springs), brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

 

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3. Ten Eleven Grill

Cedars/Southside

Ten Eleven Grill epitomizes the southern and soul flare for your Sunday brunch. Enjoy their Food for the Soul Sunday brunch that will include all of your soul food favorites like fried chicken, collard greens, macaroni and cheese and more! Brunch sessions are at 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and reservations are highly suggested due to limited seating.

 

4. The Island Spot

Bishop Arts District

This award-winning Jamaican restaurant will not disappoint. The Island Spot's weekly Sunday brunch offers jerk shrimp and grits, curry chicken, island crab cakes and other savory Jamaican dishes. Brunch is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., no reservations required.

 

 

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5. South Dallas Café

South Dallas

This South Dallas staple has been filling our hearts with amazing southern cuisine for more than 20 years. South Dallas Café serves up all your favorites cafeteria style, so you can try a little of everything to satisfy your cravings.  Order your choice of chicken fried steak, baked ham, pot roast, collard greens, corn bread and an assortment of desserts.

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