12 Egg-cellent Easter Eats
Mar 21, 2018 12:19PM ● Published by Ashley Madonna
For a classic brunch with a gorgeous patio view, head over to Brio. Their Berries & Cream French Toast comes out just as beautiful as it sounds. Its cream cheese stuffed toast and side of bacon will have you savoring each bite. And if you want to take a step away from their typical brunch menu, be sure to try out some of their chef features available on Easter. Be sure to book your reservation early – their reservations are almost filled up!
Del Frisco's Grille
Are their Red Velvet Belgian Waffles calling your name? What about their Crabcake Benedict paired with a glass of sparkling rose? If your mouth is starting to water, make sure to book your table at Del Frisco's Grille. From Good Friday to Easter Sunday, they will be offering up holiday specials like their new Bone-In Prime Rib. It perfectly pairs with a glass of dark red wine, like one of their cabernet sauvignons. These flavor combinations make for a lavish meal that your whole group can look forward to.
Delucca Gaucho Pizza
There’s a new pizzeria in town making a splash in the culinary scene. Delucca Gaucho Pizza is taking reservations for Easter Sunday for those that want to try out a variety of gourmet pies. Come in and try their antipasto platter, salad, soup and decadent pizzas all for a fixed price of $18.95. With everything from Sautéed Shrimp and Fontina to Italian Nutella options, everyone will walk away with a new favorite topping.
Ferrari’s Italian Villa & Chop House
For a brunch option that lets you choose between a buffet or à la carte options, reserve your table at Ferrari’s Italian Villa & Chop House. They will have everything from pasta to fish to poultry to steak options available for their patrons. Their buffet runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is available for $31.95 for adults and $14.95 for kids, so it is an affordable option for those that want a premium dining experience.
For a buffet-style brunch featuring live entertainment and extravagant ice sculptures, get tickets to this year’s Easter Ballroom Brunch at the Gaylord Texan. With everything from prime rib to sushi, this expansive spread is perfect for filling up your hungry diners with pristine palates. Tickets can be a bit pricey for adults, so be sure to come with an empty stomach to get your money's worth.
For a hearty meal that will transport you to Italy, book a table at Loveria Caffe. Their appetizing antipasti and pleasing pastas are ideal for sharing. Order up a few for the table and let everyone get their taste of these scrumptious dishes. On Easter, Chef Michele will be whipping up a few specials in addition to their regular menu, so be sure to stop by to see what you can sink your teeth into.
Il Calabrese Ristorante
Il Calabrese Ristorante is known to pull out all the stops, and this really comes to life in their brunch menu. Their steak and eggs option, Uova con Bistecca, is perfect for the carnivore(s) in your group while the Frittata Del Fattore, a traditional Italian folded omelet with wild mushrooms, chicken, bell pepper and mozzarella, can be a lighter option when made with egg whites. Pair your order with a couple mimosas or Bloody Marys and you’ll be good to go for the rest of the day.
For an extensive selection of cocktails and delicious Huevos Rancheros, Mi Dia is your perfect Easter stop. Try out one of their tequila cocktails or flavorful martinis to start off your meal, then get ready to be impressed with their brunch menu. Whether you want a little bit of spice or a more traditional option, there’s plenty to get excited about.
There’s always something new happening at Next Bistro. On April 1, they will be serving up a special three-course Easter Sunday Brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m for $39.95 excluding tax and gratuity. They will also be offering a kids’ menu for your little ones. Reservations are required, so be sure to book your table today.
For a fine dining experience, book a table at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in Grapevine. Perry’s will be opening their doors earlier on Easter Sunday, at 11 a.m., to make sure everyone can get in their fix. Whether you are a seafood or steak buff, there are plenty of quality options available on their dinner menu. And from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., diners can enjoy their Three-course Pork Chop Sunday Special later that day, which includes your choice of salad, Perry’s Pork Chop and their dessert trio.
TruFire Kitchen and Bar
Starting at 10 a.m., TruFire will be hosting the liveliest brunch in town. Come out for their Easter Jazz Brunch for a day of $2 fresh-fruit mimosas, with options like blackberry, white peach, blood orange and traditional orange to choose from, and a full Bloody Mary bar. While you are sipping on our drink of choice and Honey Smoked Salmon Benedict – just one of their gorgeous food options, you can sit back and enjoy their live music playing throughout the day.
For the tastiest Chicken and Waffles in town, stop by Winewood Grill on Easter Sunday. They have plenty of fantastic options like Waygu Strip & Eggs, Good Morning Grapevine, Butter Poached Crab & Lobster Benedict and a Texas-Size Cinnamon Roll that will make this holiday one you won’t forget. And be sure to treat your family to a nice brunch dessert to round out the meal by ordering up one of their Crème Brulees or Opera Cakes. Reservations are required for April 1, so be sure to book yours today before they are all snatched up.