Hop On In To These Five Dallas Restaurants for Easter
Easter is on its way in the Dallas area—to be fair, it's also on its way everywhere else—and chances are, you're looking for a good place to do some holiday dining. So whether you're looking for a cozy Easter brunch spot or an Easter dinner restaurant for the whole family, our REALTORS® in Dallas have a few solid recommendations.
- The Mercury - 11909 Preston Road, Dallas, TX
Serving an upscale take on classic American fare, this Dallas mainstay will be offering both lunch buffet and brunch options on Easter, making it a perfect spot for a family meal (adults $54.95, kids 10 and under $34.94). Go for some of the brunch dishes like smoked salmon and eggs Benedict, or just head straight for the omelette bar. But save room for dessert, because the chocolate mousse cake is out of sight.
- Ocean Prime - 2101 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, TX
Ocean Prime is a great spot for a fancy Easter brunch that won't completely drain your bank account, with a la carte pricing and entrees under $20. Easter brunch offerings include blackened salmon salad and braised short rib surf and turf. They also happen to serve one of the best Bloody Marys in town.
- El Bolero - 1201 Oak Lawn Ave #160, Dallas, TX
For a brunch that isn't all waffles and omelettes, head to El Bolero Cocina Mexicana for a south-of-the-border twist on the traditional Easter Sunday brunch. A special prix fixe menu for the occasion ($31 for adults, $10 for kids) includes heirloom tomato gazpacho, avocado toast and a delicious homemade carrot cake. For the pickier eaters in the family, the chocolate chip pancakes have never disappointed anyone.
- Victory Tavern City Grille - 2501 N. Houston St., Dallas, TX
The Victory Tavern City Grille is serving a special three-course brunch that is sure to satisfy kids and adults alike, with main courses that range from pecan smoked leg of lamb to thick-cut brioche French toast. The meal will cost you $28 per person (half price for kids under 12) and comes with a full antipasti bar that includes Nutella fondue with spring fruits and berries, along with... well, lots of other things, but they pretty much had us at Nutella fondue.
- Princi Italia - 5959 Royal Ln #707, Dallas, TX
At Princi Italia you can choose from light brunch options, like fig and Gorgonzola bruschetta, or go for heartier lunch fare, like fried chicken and Pancetta waffles. Brunch goes for $35 per person (half-price for kids 12 and under). This modern Italian eatery also serves up a mean blood-orange mimosa, and makes some of the best wood-fired pizza in town.
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