1. *17 Restaurant @ Alden Hotel
*17 will offer a brunch buffet that includes one glass of either champagne or mimosa.
Appetizers: breakfast pastries, Gulf shrimp cocktail, mixed green salad, omelet station, assorted breads including mini bagels, tomato and mozzarella salad, traditional smoked salmon
Entrée (choice of one): apple wood smoked duck breast, cannelloni of duck leg with artichoke and brown bread sauce, Country Quiche, seared flounder, double pork chop
Desserts: sliced fruit, cheesecake, lemon pound cake, chocolate pot de crème, apple tart
10:30 am to 3 pm
$65 per person (including glass of champagne or mimosa)
2. Spindletop-Hyatt Regency Hotel
This buffet ends with a trip to Easter Wonderland where guests of all ages can have their picture taken with the Easter Bunn, build their own sundae and enjoy all the cupcakes, chocolate eggs and other candy treats they can handle.
Appetizers: southwest shrimp gazpacho, zucchini blossom stuffed crab, arugula, avocado, goat cheese and pancetta salad
Entrée (choice of one): filet and chimichurri jumbo shrimp, pepita encrusted salmon, lavender honey-glazed pork chops, lemon-scented pan-seared grouper, potato-crusted snapper
Children’s Buffet: mini sliders with cheese, mini corndogs, macaroni and cheese, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, buttered corn, mashed potatoes
1200 Louisiana St.
11 am to 3 pm
$45- adults, $14- children age6 -11, FREE- 5 years and younger
3. Rudi Lechner’s German-American Restaurant
You will need to make reservations quite early to secure a table at this popular Easter Brunch buffet.
Cold Buffet: salads, mixed greens, fresh fruit and vegetables, shrimp, herring and pate
Carving Table: eggs Benedict, quiche, roasted chicken, goulash, baked ham, roast beef, homemade sausage in beer mustard sauce, bratwurst and polish sausage, cabbage rolls, noodles, green beans and sauerkraut
Dessert: cheese cake, carrot cake, apple strudel, German chocolate cake
2503 S. Gessner
11 am to 4 pm
$26- adults, $8.50- 10 and younger
4. Dennis’ Seafood House
This three-course Easter Special includes $2 bloody mary’s and mimosas with the purchase of any entrée.
First Course: Romaine lettuce with red onions, toasted pecans, blue
cheese crumbles and apple rosemary vinagarette
Second Course: Parmesan crusted fish fillet topped with colossal
crabmeat, pico de gallo and creamy lemon butter served with creole green beans and crawfish mac & cheese
Third Course: Peanut butter pie with an Oreo crumb crust and
topped with chocolate ganache
9777 Katy Freeway
$36.99 per person
5. Brennan’s of Houston
One of Houston’s long-standing favorites, Brennan’s will host a Sunday Brunch complete with Easter Bunny visits, egg hunting and a bunny petting station.
Appetizers: turtle soup, gumbo YaYa, the Five Tomato Salad, strawberry salad, Texas wild shrimp remoulade, oyster BLT
Entrees: eggs Brennan, sweet potato pancakes, blue crab scrambled eggs, caviar, pecan-crusted black grouper, gulf coast shrimp and grits, filet of beef
Desserts: Froberg Farms strawberry shortcake, bourbon pecan pie sundae, creole bread pudding soufflé, white chocolate bread pudding. Chocolate Texicana mousse cake, bananas foster
3300 Smith St.
11 am to 5:30 pm
$55 per person
6. Bistros des Amis
This prix-fixe Easter menu features filet mignon, beef tenderloin and more. Reservations are required.
First Course: choice of mushrooms Wellington, chausson de brie, Salade du Bistro, duck mousse
Second Course: choice of lamb Osso Bucco, Cornish game hen Gascon, filet mignon, crepes with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and Beamaise, scallops, shrimp and red snapper Nicoise
Third Course: choice of crème brulee, raspberry hazelnut tartlet, English custard, napoleon, orange custard and chocolate mousse
2347 University Blvd.
11 am to 9 pm
$32 per person