Easter is rapidly approaching but there is not time like the present to make your reservations for one of these fabulous brunch, lunch and dining establishments in Houston. Not only do they have some of the best dining that Houston has to offer but they help keep you out of the kitchen and out with your family on this special holiday.
Holley’s Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar
3201 Louisiana Street
Holley’s Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar aims to please with a three-course, prie fixe Easter brunch menu offered from 10 am – 2 pm. Start your dining experience with appetizers such as LH Gumbo with duck confit, gulf shrimp, fried oysters and parsley rice; and Moroccan Lamb Somosas with mint, yoghurt and rhubarb-mango chutney. Up next: entree highlights like Braised Beef Short Ribs with soft quail egg-mustard green ravioli, charred corn grits, pickled swiss chard and chipotle jus; and Fried Cornish Hen with sweet potato waffle, fried quail egg, creamed mustard greens and sorghum syrup. Lastly, sink your fork into delectable dessert offerings like Pipe’s Apple Pie Bread Pudding with layers of cinnamon toasted croissants, apples and rye caramel sauce; or Medjool Date Bundt Cake with pistachio crumble, spiced rum and Chantilly cream. The cost is $50 per person for adults and includes a complimentary basket of assorted rolls, muffins and biscuits.
Hotel ICON – LINE & LARIAT
220 Main Street
Join Hotel ICON’s LINE & LARIAT restaurant for an three-course, prix-fixe Easter evening menu from 5 until 9 pm, priced at $38 per person. Get your fill with offerings like Traditional Deviled Eggs; Texas Honey Baked Ham with glazed baby carrots, roasted potatoes and dinner rolls; and Bourbon Pecan Pie with vanilla ice cream.
Hubbell & Hudson Bistro
24 Waterway Avenue
Join Chef Austin Simmons at Hubbell & Hudson Bistro on Easter Sunday from 9 am – 3 pm for brunch. In addition to their regular brunch menu, the Woodlands restaurant will be offering three special features like Shaved Asparagus Salad with shiitake mushrooms, six minute egg and jalapeno & soy vinaigrette; Spanish Torta with Spanish chorizo, crispy fingerling potatoes, tomato and green onion olive vinaigrette; and Quiche with potato crust, Benton’s bacon, spinach and alpine cheese. Be sure to check out what is else is going on at The Woodlands Easter.
PESKA Seafood Culture
1700 Post Oak Blvd
Check out the new brunch service at Uptown dining hotspot, PESKA Seafood Culture, who will be rolling out a special Easter Sunday brunch menu with seatings from 11 am – 2:30 pm. Select from a variety of offerings from Chef Omar Pereney’s kitchen like Fish Empanadas, Benedictine and French Toast or dine al fresco on the patio with a live action stations, including Paella, Black Fidea and Cochinita. You won’t want to miss the spectacular display of seafood ceviches, tostadas and tiraditos, at the Raw Bar as you listen to live music. And, it wouldn’t be a holiday in Texas without a good grill and the Peska Grilling Station, will be offering hot specialties like Land and Sea Skewers, Grilled Clams and Smoked Mussels. The cost is $46 per person for adults with bottomless mimosas and sangria for an additional $6 per person. The cost is $15 for children 12 and under.
800 Sorella Court
Radio Milano will be serving up a scrumptious brunch from 10 am until 3 pm. Feast on offerings from pasta, egg, carving and salad stations, as well as hot station dishes like Eggplant Cannoli, Chicken Parmesan and Veal Cheeks with mushrooms. Complete your dining experience with dessert offerings like Cheesecake, Chocolate Mouse, Crème Brulee and Biscotti. The cost is $35 for adults and $18 for children.