Make your plans to dig into special dishes, buffets and more happening before and on Easter Sunday across Houston, from Friday, April 2 to Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021.
With Easter fast approaching, there’s no better time to stake your spot for Easter Sunday brunch at restaurants and eateries across Houston.
Here are some of the top 2021 Easter Brunch specials and offers taking place this weekend:
Easter 2021 Brunch Offers & Specials in Houston
- Easter Brunch To-Go at Caracol on Post Oak | Pre-order by Thursday, April 1 – Dine-in at the Post Oak eatery from Chef Hugo Ortiz is booked up for Easter Sunday, but you can still order to-go Easter brunch items, cocktail kits and other menu goodies a la carte. Please note that orders must be placed by Thursday, April 1 and picked up on Saturday, April 3, 2021. Saturday hours are 4pm to 10pm.
- Brunch with the Bunny 2021 at Brennan’s of Houston | Friday, April 2 – Take the kiddos to see the bunny at a special pre-Easter brunch, complete with photo ops, brunch favorites, live bunnies on the patio, dessert goodies for the table, and a complimentary mimosa for adults. $45 per adult; $30 per child plus a $20 photo fee. 9:30am to 11:30am.
- Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Downtown Aquarium | Saturday, April 3 – Start your day with sausage and biscuits, pancakes, muffins, orange juice and more from the delicious buffet at the Downtown Aquarium, while also getting a chance to snap a safe, distanced photo with the Easter Bunny. $21.99 per adult; $13.99 for ages 3 to 10. 9am to 11am.
- Easter Brunch at Brennan’s of Houston in Midtown | Sunday, April 4 – Take your holiday morning slow like they do in the Big Easy with a New Orleans-style Easter brunch menu at Brennan’s of Houston to commemorate the occasion. 10am to 4:30pm.
- Easter Brunch at The Annie Café & Bar on Post Oak | Sunday, April 4 – Dine out with delectable Easter specials when the Annie Café & Bar offers a specialty menu for the holiday that will carry into the dinner service. Reservations are required. 10am to 9pm.
- Easter Brunch at One Fifth Southern Comfort | Sunday, April 4 – Go all out this Easter with delish brunch eats like roasted oysters, rabbit and dumplings, a pecan king cake and more when the Montrose restaurant gets their Easter Sunday brunch going. $55 for adults and $25 for children. There will be seatings at 10:45am, 11am, 2pm, and 2:15pm. 10:45am to 2:15pm.
- Easter Brunch at Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston | Sunday, April 4 – Get yourself to Galveston for Easter Brunch on the island when Moody Gardens Hotel hosts a buffet featuring an omelet station, a seafood display, desserts and more. 11am to 2:30pm.
- Easter at Étoile Cuisine et Bar | Sunday, April 4 – Dine on fantastic eats including poached eggs Benedict, Spring vegetable risotto and more when you spend your Easter at the French eatery near Post Oak. $54 for adults; $25 for kids. 11am to 3pm.
- Easter Brunch at City Acre Brewing Co. in North Houston | Sunday, April 4 – Hit the brunch buffet and eat all you can while enjoying beers and mimosas when City Acre’s Brewing Co. hosts their Easter Brunch on the Northside. $21.95 per person. 11am to 6pm.
- Annual Easter Gospel Brunch at Grooves of Houston | Sunday, April 4 – Spend your Easter wrapped in the warm glow of gospel music when Grooves of Houston hosts its annual Easter Gospel Brunch, featuring live gospel tunes, an all-you-can-eat buffet, a live DJ, reserved table options and more. $39.99; $29.99 ages 65 and up; $19.99 ages 12 and under. 11am to 5pm.
- Easter Sunday Brunch at Showtime Bar and Lounge | Sunday, April 4 – The Greenspoint bar and lounge is hosting an Easter Sunday brunch buffet, with $1 mimosas and $30 unlimited mimosa carafes, as well as a live DJ and crawfish available for purchase. $25 for the brunch buffet. Noon to 4pm.
Social Distancing & COVID-19 Precautions
As we enter into the vaccination phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical experts still advise that we have a way to go before we achieve herd immunity and can safely resume pre-pandemic activities. In the meantime, you can remain vigilant in protecting yourself against the coronavirus by continuing to wear face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces, and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.
While the Governor of Texas has lifted mandatory mask orders and capacity limits, most businesses are still requiring face masks to enter and enforcing reduced capacity. Familiarize with your destination’s policies ahead of time and please respect their public safety precautions.
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