With Easter right around the corner, we wanted to load you up with a list of Houston restaurants featuring great Easter specials and brunches for your enjoyment. For those who want to skip the cooking, check out these places!

Arnaldo Richards’ Picos
3601 Kirby Dr.
Houston TX, 77098

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Authentic Mexican restaurant, Picos, is offering a traditional Easter Brunch Buffet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 9th. The flavor-filled feast includes meat carving, omelet and waffle stations, plus a special antojito platter, paella grande, charcuterie options, Picos’ legendary moles and a dessert bar. The all you can eat buffet is $54 for adults, $42 for seniors, $30 for children over eight years old, and free for children under eight years old.

3737 Buffalo Speedway Suite 100
Houston, TX 77098

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Gather family and friends this Easter Sunday at Houston’s favorite modern cajun restaurant, Eunice! Guests can feast on specials created by chef Drake Leonards like the Grilled Leg of Lamb ($41) with Atkinsons Farm vegetable ragout and red wine jus, or the Softshell Crab Benedict ($37) with country ham, poached egg and tasso hollandaise (add 2 farm fresh eggs for $4 or bacon for $7). Diners with a sweet tooth can indulge in the featured Carrot cake ($12) with cream cheese icing and ice cream, which will only be available on the Easter menu. Reservations are available now for this unmissable meal!

Gatsby’s Grill
2929 Navigation Blvd.
Houston, TX 77003

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Easter is just around the corner, which means it’s time for Houstonians to begin looking for where to brunch! Enjoy Gatsby’s Grill this year, as they introduce brunch. Choose to dine inside, or on their robust outdoor patio, either way, it’s the ideal place to enjoy house favorites like the Crab Avocado Queso or Anaya’s Burger and sip on their new Springtime Lychee Martini. The craft casual concept will be introducing new menu items including a Chicken Fried Steak Biscuit, Crab Cake or Salmon Benedict, Crab Meat Omelet, Steak and Eggs, and a classic American Breakfast and more. For those seeking something sweet, choose from Classic or Strawberry Shortcake French Toast, and as a nod to the El Segundo neighborhood, Gatsby’s Grill will be offering up Huevos Rancheros and a Breakfast Taco Plate. Avocado Toast served with a fruit bowl is a healthy option for guests wanting something on the lighter side.

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Georgia James
3503 W Dallas St
Houston, TX 77019

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Award-winning Houston steakhouse Georgia James has always been the spot for good vibes and better food, but this Easter they’ll give foodies an additional reason to celebrate. The beloved Underbelly Hospitality concept will open their doors early for a one-day only brunch menu from 11 am-3 pm! Executive chef Greg Peters is whipping up a special brunch menu, but guests can still order their favorites like the Viet-Cajun Roasted Oysters ($35) or the Fried Holmes Chicken ($36) from the regular menu. Georgia James will be closing early at 3 pm. Suffice it to say, this Easter meal is not to be missed!

Hilton Americas
1600 Lamar St.
Houston, TX 77010

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Hop on over to the Hilton Americas-Houston this Easter Sunday at 1600 Bar + Grille for a unique holiday experience. Located inside of the hotel lobby, join us for a delectable breakfast spread featuring favorite classic items and a chance to enjoy specialty menu items. Bring the whole family for a photo op with a special guest, the Easter Bunny himself. The meet and greet will be from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and reservations can be made at the link here. Cost is $29.75 per adult and $14.50 per child.

Le Jardinier at MFAH
5500 Main St., Suite 122
Houston, TX 77004

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Celebrate Easter Sunday with a three-course Easter brunch menu at Le Jardinier at MFAH. The dining room’s bright, vibrant colors and the view of the lush Isami Noguchi-designed Cullen Sculpture Garden serves as the ideal destination to celebrate this spring holiday. For $140 per person, enjoy dishes with seasonal ingredients, such as Poached Gulf Shrimp with cucumber herbal yogurt or Murray’s Burrata with pistachio & strawberry rhubard compote to start. The second entrée course includes Spiced Roasted Lamb with aubergine mousse or Ora King Salmon with French white asparagus & saffron hollandaise. For dessert, indulge in a choice of Carrot Cake with cream cheese mouse or Caramel Sabayon. To see the full menu, please click here.

Wine pairings may be added for $75 and a 10g addition of Royal Kaluga Caviar for $35. The Bastion Collection’s fine dining concept will have the menu available from noon to 7 p.m., for those who prefer to celebrate at a later time in the day. Easter Sunday reservations may be made through RESY here.

Los Tios
14006 Memorial Dr. Houston, TX 77079 | 281.493.4700
4840 Beechnut St. Houston, TX 77096 | 713.660.6244
5161 San Felipe St #100 Houston, TX 77056 | 713.623.6103
3308 Hwy 6. Sugar Land, TX 77479 | 281.980.1313
9527 Westheimer Rd. Houston, TX 77063 | 713.784.0390
5192 Buffalo Speedway Houston, TX 77005 | Coming Soon

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The one-stop-shop for family fun and all things Tex-Mex is serving brunch at all five locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Easter Sunday. Guests can enjoy traditional fan favorites like Huevos Rancheros ($8.50), Migas ($8.95) and various Breakfast Tacos ($3.50), in addition to classic brunch cocktails like the Bloody Mary ($8) or Mimosa ($6). Perfect for little ones, the kid’s Tres Pesos Pancakes ($2.95) come with three silver dollar pancakes served with whipped butter and hot syrup.

Lulu’s River Oaks
2518 Kirby Dr.
Houston, TX 77019

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Hop over to the chic neighborhood eatery, Lulu’s River Oaks, on Easter Sunday! Lulu’s is the perfect place to gather with family and friends while enjoying their popular weekend brunch. Featuring popular dishes like the Tortilla Española ($20), Crab Benedict ($32), and the classic American Breakfast ($14) along with their sparkling Aperol Spritz ($12) and Bloody Mary ($10). For reservations, please visit or call 713.590.7350.

888 Westheimer Rd Suite 109
Houston, TX 77006

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Celebrate Easter at Montrose’s charming neighborhood eatery, Marmo, with two all-new specialty dishes curated by Executive Chef Eli Jackson. Served all day on Sunday, April 9th, specialty dishes include Australian Lamb Chops ($62) with artichoke purée and Fava bean-English pea gremolata; and Smoked Ricotta Gnocchi ($23 half / $46 full) made with confit rabbit, English peas, and butter nage. Marmo will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch and from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for dinner on Easter Sunday. The restaurant will also have live entertainment from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. — perfect to enjoy on Marmo’s cozy patio.

Navy Blue
2445 Times Blvd.
Houston, TX 77005

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Celebrate Easter Sunday in the heart of Rice Village at Aaron Bludorn’s modern American seafood concept, Navy Blue. A la carte lunch with Easter specials will be served from 11:00 to 2:30 pm, as well as dinner a la carte from 5:45 to 9:00 pm. For lunch, guests can enjoy House Smoked Salmon served with Jumbo Asparagus, Poached Egg with Bearnaise sauce, Rack of Lamb Persillade served with spring vegetables and natural Jus and Morel Omelet topped with Frisee and drizzled with Truffle Vinaigrette.

2032 Dunlavy St
Houston, TX 77006

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Tucked away in the heart of Montrose, Ostia offers a beautiful and welcoming destination for those looking to celebrate Easter over brunch in one of their lovely dining spaces. Boasting a private Greenhouse room, patio, and outdoor lounge, Ostia blends an outdoor aesthetic with the interior, creating an ideal atmosphere for guests to gather for Easter brunch. Surrounded by bougainvillea, lemon trees, and greenery, the restaurant evokes a picturesque atmosphere to break bread with friends or family this Spring. The restaurant will be seating for brunch from 11 am- 3:30 pm, and guests with a sweet tooth can look forward to indulging in Chef Travis McShane’s brunch offerings such as Focaccia French Toast with blueberries and mascarpone, Ricotta Pancakes with maple syrup and salted butter, and Pizza dough doughnuts with Zabaione. And for guests seeking something more savory, Ostia will be featuring Grilled Gulf Fish with Calabrian chili and cherry tomato salsa, as well as a seasonal assortment of pizzas, gnocchi, and a frittata.

Ouzo Bay
4444 Westheimer Rd Suite G130
Houston, TX 77027

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Let Ouzo Bay handle the holiday spread this Easter with fresh, Mediterranean takes on classic brunch dishes including Short Rib Chilequiles ($22) with fried pita, tzatziki, pickled onions, salsa verde, and a fried egg; and the Greek Breakfast Gyro ($19) featuring roasted lamb with scrambled eggs, tzatziki, tomatoes, red onion, and Greek oregano fries. The ever-popular brunch also spotlights Ouzo Bay’s fresh seafood program with flavorful staples as Crab Cake Benedicts ($35) and the Maine Lobster Omelette ($32) — a butter-poached Maine lobster with caviar, crème fraiche, and spring salad. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cinco Ranch – 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd Unit D100, Katy, TX 77494
Heights – 642 Yale St, Houston, TX 77007
Montrose – 805 Pacific St, Houston, TX 77006
Town & Country – 791 Town and Country Blvd #146, Houston, TX 77024
Uptown Park – 1151 Uptown Park Blvd #12, Houston, TX 77056

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Make memories at Postino over Easter weekend with a bountiful brunch menu, perfect for dining al fresco on the restaurant’s large, shaded patio. Served on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the menu offers a wide selection of shareable bites such as Umbria Egg Toast featuring scrambled eggs with crèma and white truffle, crispy oyster mushroom and parmigiano Parmigiana Reggiano atop a toasted ciabatta; Cast Iron Sticky Bread with cinnamon, spiced pecans and Madagascar vanilla caramel; and Seeded Avocado Toast topped with Calabrian chili tahini, a hard-boiled egg, watermelon radish and lemon oil. Top of brunch with $6 mimosas and bellinis and a lineup of refreshing wine-based and beer-based brunch cocktails.

Skeeters Mesquite Grill
Weslayan | 5529 Weslayan St. Houston, TX 77005 | 713.660.7090
Kingwood |121 W Lake Houston Pkwy, Kingwood, TX 77339 | 281.361.7168

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The go-to neighborhood spot is serving up an all you can eat buffet from 9am-2pm on Easter. Families can enjoy favorites like eggs, waffles, pancakes, sausage, bacon, an omelet station and more in the classic holiday feast. The endless buffet costs $15.95 per person and $5.95 for kids under 12.

Sorriso Italian Kitchen
2 Waterway Square Pl
The Woodlands, TX 77380

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Acclaimed modern Italian eatery Sorriso celebrates Easter with a specialty Easter buffet – served from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and priced at $60 per person and $21 for children. Enjoy an array of brunch options, including house made pastries, Stracciatella Bruschetta, Omelets made to order, Fresh Campanelle Pasta served in a wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano, carved Porchetta and more. Finish off your feast with a sweet choice of Tiramisu, Biscotti or Espresso Budino.

Wild Oats
2520 Airline Dr Suite C-315
Houston, TX 77009

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An Easter at Wild Oats is an Easter to remember! The Texas-inspired Underbelly Hospitality concept will be featuring some masterfully made Easter specials in addition to their regular menu with favorites like the Wagyu Chicken Fried Steak ($38), Wood Grilled Chicken ($36) and Short Rib Fajitas ($65). Sip a cocktail in the sun while the kids take a picture with the Easter bunny, who will be in attendance from 11 am-3 pm, because who doesn’t love a celebrity guest appearance?