Restaurant talk: Easter brunch in Preston Hollow

Danny Fulgencio

Tiramisu at Princi Italia: Photo Danny Fulgencio

Easter Sunday is coming up April 5, and that means delicious mid-day feasts that will make it finally feel like spring. Here are a few ideas for where to dine out in our neighborhood:

Princi Italia has a three-course brunch menu, including four kinds of dessert — chocolate cake, Meyer lemon torte, sorbeto and, of course, tiramisu, a dish for which the restaurant is known. We featured it in our December 2013 cover story on great desserts in the neighborhood.

Dish, which just opened its Preston Hollow location at Hillcrest and Northwest Highway, features a diverse Easter brunch menu, including crepes, pea soup, prime rib, grilled salmon, as well as a grilled cauliflower “steak” veggie option, along with several desserts such as banana pudding with dulce de leche.

Another upscale, comfort-food spot, Front Room Tavern, from the same owners, was revamped last fall at Hotel Lumen in the Park Cities. It’s featuring lobster bisque, and eggs Sardou, and a roasted leg of lamb.

Grain Restaurant & Bar, also tucked inside a hotel, the Hilton Park Cities, features an Easter brunch buffet. The restaurant focuses on “Texas cuisine” with local and seasonal ingredients. Read our Delicious profile on Grain from last fall.


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By |2015-03-29T20:06:52-05:00March 30th, 2015|Dining, Editor's Picks, Food and Drink, Restaurants, Splurges, Sweets|2 Comments

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