Support Dallas local restaurants for your Easter meal.
Posted on Apr 7, 2020 By Ashley Turner
Easter is near, and if enjoying brunch with the family at your favorite Dallas restaurants is part of your tradition, you can still celebrate the occasion with our picks for take-home options.
Beto & Son
Craving a Tex-Mex feast? Order family-style meals at Beto & Son with options including Chef Julian's Taco Board, the Familia Enchilada Feast and Chef Beto's Familia Fajita Feast, all served with achiote rice, charro beans and tortillas. There's also vegan family meals and cocktail and mimosa kits for the grown-ups in the group to enjoy.
The Biscuit Bar
Get your biscuit fix with savory and delectable options at The Biscuit Bar. The Quarantine Bundle (available on their app!) offers eight biscuits and a jar of sausage gravy and preserves, or order al la carte and choose from the Monte Cristo, Biscuit French Toast, Bacon Egg + Cheese and more! Don't forget the tots – and batch cocktails are available to order as well. Take-out and delivery is available at all three locations.
Go for traditional brunch options at Dream Café. Their Basic Brunch for two includes options like Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles, bacon, hash browns and mimosas. They're also offering family breakfast packs with all your favorites to feed all the mouths in your crew.
Tribal All Day Café
Fuel your stomach with healthy breakfast options at Tribal All Day Café. Breakfast is served all day – so no matter what time Easter brunch is served at your home, they have you covered. Enjoy items like the Biscuit Board, served with house vegan macadamia ricotta and local jam, and the Extra Avo Toast. They've also started a Pantry Pickup menu to keep your kitchens stocked with items like Tribal coffee, house made almond butter, cold pressed juices and other treats and essentials.
TJ's Seafood Market
TJ's Seafood is offering both Easter and Passover heat-at-home meals that will feed four to six people. Enjoy Veggie Frittata, Home Smoked Salmon, and Vanilla Cinnamon Pancakes on the Easter menu, and Apricot Glazed Chicken Breast, Garden Salad, and Flourless Chocolate Cake on the Passover menu. Call the restaurant to place your order.
Cindi's New York Deli
Enjoy a hearty breakfast with Cindi's Deli. Their entire menu is available for order including omelettes, pancake and waffle platters, and plenty of toppings and sides to keep your tummy happy and full. If you're leaning more towards the lunch side of brunch, they offer salads, soups and deli sandwiches. They have three locations open and you can place your order by calling the restaurant.
Feast on brunch with a Tex-Mex flair at Meso Maya. Chilaquiles Verdes, Chorizo Migas and Chorizo Egg & Cheese Tacos are on the menu (and only $12 each!) as well as mimosa, margarita and Mexican martini kits. The Lakewood and Preston Forest locations will be open for Easter orders. Call to place your order!
Order ready-to-cook and ready-to-eat meal kits from The Rustic! Meal kits come with your choice of entrée, (Game Hens or Pork Tenderloin) choice of salad, sides and dessert. You can preorder your family meal here.
Place your Easter order now with Al Biernat's. Choose from Herb Roasted Chicken, Prime Rib, or Honey Glazed Ham, as well as plenty of sides, desserts and kid-friendly options. Both Dallas locations are open, and you can place your order online or by calling the restaurant.
Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
Celebrate Easter with Perry's 3-Course Sunday Supper. Supper includes your choice of salad, entrée (including their Famous Pork Chop!) with sides, and dessert! See their website for details on how to pre-order.
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