Tart Bakery's baby chick cake balls: Facebook

Tart Bakery’s baby chick cake balls: Facebook

More than a few restaurants are offering reservation-only brunch menus for Easter, which means time is quickly running out if you’re hoping to dine out to celebrate the holiday. (Easter is April 20, but the way.) Check out your restaurant options below:

  • Princi Italia’s three-course Easter brunch menu includes hearty options such as seafood fettucine and short ribs. Call 214.739.5959 to reserve.
  • Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen three-course brunch ends with some whimsical dessert options, such as “the easter basket,” (with plenty of chocolate) and a banana split. Cost is $35 per person. View the menu here.
  • Woodlands American Grill will offer a more casual brunch buffet from $30-$35. Seatings are at 10 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. Click here for contact information.
  • Sevy’s three-course brunch menu, from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. is $34.95 for adults and $17.95 for children eight and under. Plus big groups and families are welcome since the website states that reservations for any size party are accepted.


Or, you can stay at home for brunch and make a reservation for a three-course prix fixe dinner at Inwood’s Village Bijoux. See the menu and make reservations here.

Another fast and easy Easter meal option is to pre-order your meal from the Preston/Forest Whole Foods. The order window closes at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 18-8 p.m. on Easter Day. A salmon and quiche brunch or ham dinner are available for order online here.

Last but not least, try Tart’s special Easter-themed menu to end the holiday on a sweet note, which includes a special Easter bunny cupcake made from carrot cake and topped with coconut frosting.

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