Easter is right around the corner, and several restaurants in our neighborhood have plans to help you celebrate the occasion.

There are few other holidays tied as closely to brunch as Easter is. Here are a few places to enjoy a nice Easter brunch.

DIVE Coastal Cuisine 

DIVE isn’t open on Easter, but the restaurant is offering to-go options that can be purchased ahead of time.

Small salad platters feed six to eight people, and large platters serve eight to 10. Options include hearts of palm, kale and parmesan, DIVE greens, chopped cobb, cajun curry shrimp and more.

There’s also cheese boards for sale. Smaller boards are priced at $75 and include three cheeses and one meat, and the larger boards cost $125 and come with four cheeses, three meats and one dip.

Orders should be placed by April 2 for pickup on April 3.

DIVE Coastal Cuisine, 3404 Rankin St., 214-891-1700. 

Eatzi’s 

Eatzi’s is offering Easter options.

Start off with a kale salad with mandarin orange and pomegranate before moving on to a main dish, like the pineapple-glazed ham, the lavender-glazed turkey breast or the raspberry black pepper glazed salmon. Pair it with rainbow carrots with brown sugar and fennel, butternut squash risotto or the roasted baby vegetable medley. Add on a loaf of bread and finish with seasonally decorated cupcakes or a raspberry key lime pie.

Photo courtesy of Eatzi’s.

Orders must be placed by April 3.

Eatzi’s, 6025 Royal Lane, 972-499-6379.

Sevy’s Grill

Sevy’s Grill will be serving a three-course brunch on Easter, and their regular menu will be available for dinner.

For their first course, diners can choose from a variety of salads, crispy calamari rings, grilled artichokes, goat cheese crostini, lobster bisque, and a melon and prosciutto plate. Second-course offerings include traditional breakfast items such as fried chicken and waffles and eggs benedict, plus a variety of meat and fish dishes, including rosemary chicken, almond-crusted trout and wood-grilled beef tenderloin filet.

The restaurant is offering four dessert choices: fresh seasonal berries and mint, chocolate three ways (a chocolate cup filled with Godiva chocolate mousse and warm chocolate sauce), three-citrus tart and a warm apple pecan crisp.

Sevy’s Grill, 8201 Preston Road, 214-265-7389. 

TJ’s Seafood Market & Grill 

Photo courtesy of TJ’s Seafood Market & Grill

TJ’s is offering diners a four-course meal on Easter for $65 per person. (For those of you thinking ahead, this menu will also be used for Mother’s Day.)

Customers get to choose between Maine lobster bisque and a spring garden salad with honey-orange vinaigrette. As an appetizer, pick either a mini pancake with fresh fruit and bourbon maple syrup or a blackened Gulf shrimp and avocado crostini.

Entrée choices include beef tenderloin medallions with eggs, hashbrown and chimichurri or TJ’s smoked salmon hash with fried egg, sweet potato and dilled creme fraiche.

For dessert, chocolate lovers can choose the Katherine Hepburn brownie a la mode. Those who prefer vanilla can have the vanilla cinnamon bread pudding with bourbon icing.

TJ’s Seafood Market & Grill, 6025 Royal Lane #110, 214-691-2369. 


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