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Where to Eat in Houston for Easter 2014

Your guide to holiday meals.

Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen

2327 Post Oak Boulevard, 713-871-8883

Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at Kenny & Ziggy's for Easter this year. The New York deli will serve house specialties like its ginormous sandwiches, stuffed cabbage, Hungarian goulash, and chopped liver for lunch and dinner. Top off lunch or dinner with a New York-style cheesecake or an éclair. Start the morning off with homemade cheese blintzes served with your choice of strawberry or blueberry preserves for breakfast.

Mockingbird Bistro

1985 Welch, 713-533-0200

Mockingbird Bistro will offer a three-course Easter menu served from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. for $59 per adult and $25 per child 12 and younger. Start the meal with asparagus risotto and maple-glazed Texas quail, a spring pea soufflé with jumbo lump crab or beef carpaccio with a Parmesan vinaigrette, and grilled sourdough bread. Choose from roasted pork chops with scrambled eggs; braised collards and smoked grits; roasted half chicken with a fricassee of wild mushrooms, smoked bacon, creamed corn and thyme jus; or an American Kobe burger with foie gras served on a Slow Dough onion bun for the main course. Finish the meal with Granny Smith apple bread pudding and cinnamon ice cream, a Godiva white chocolate cheesecake with strawberry compote, crème brûlée with espresso chocolate chip cookies, or flourless chocolate cake served with white chocolate ice cream.

Prego

2520 Amherst, 713-529-2420

From 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., Prego will offer a three-course Easter brunch for $42 per person. Begin with pan-roasted Gulf crab cakes with avocado and scallion cream, followed by chicken piccata with a savory waffle and house-made basil syrup, or Parmesan-crusted red snapper served with Gulf shrimp, cherry heirloom tomatoes, sautéed spinach and penne. Dessert is a trio of miniature sweets: chocolate cake, tiramisu and strawberry shortcake.

Trevisio Restaurant

6550 Bertner, 713-749-0400

Take the family to Trevisio for Easter brunch from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. for $45 per adult and $16 per child ages six to 12; children younger than six eat for free. Trevisio will offer a cold buffet featuring items such as assorted yogurts with homemade granola, caprese salad, breads and pastries, cheeses, fruits and smoked salmon. Enjoy scrambled eggs, cinnamon raisin French toast, pan-seared salmon, butternut squash risotto and polenta from the hot buffet, and don't forget the desserts. Trevisio will offer a variety of mini pastries like chocolate truffles, éclairs, brownies, Godiva chocolate cheesecake and biscotti.

Osteria Mazzantini

2200 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 140, 713-993-9898

Osteria Mazzantini will serve a three-course Easter brunch for $59 per adult and $25 per child. Begin with antipasti of Italian pastries like cornettisfogliatelli, ricotta doughnuts and panettone, followed by a second course of slow-roasted leg of lamb with roast potatoes, prosciutto, artichokes and pan jus. Then end the meal on a sweet note with honey-vanilla panna cotta and strawberries.

Amazón Grill

5114 Kirby, 713-522-5888

Enjoy an Easter brunch at Amazon Grill from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. with a variety of classic Amazón Grill dishes. Adults eat for $20 each, children 12 and under for $10.

Américas

2040 West Gray, 832-200-1492

21 Waterway, 281-367-1492

This Easter, each Américas location offers a brunch for $49 per person from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. featuring more than 60 dishes from the restaurant, as well as endless Bloody Marys, mojitos, sangria and mimosas.

Churrascos

2055 Westheimer, 713-527-8300

9705 Westheimer, 713-952-1988

1520 Lake Pointe, Suite 500, Sugar Land, 832-532-5300

947 North Gessner, Suite B290, 713-231-1352

Each Churrascos location will serve Easter brunch from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and will offer endless morning libations of Bloody Marys, ­mojitos, sangria and mimosas. Pair these with any of the 60 classic dishes from Churrascos. Brunch is $39 per person.

024 Grille

945 Gessner, 281-501-4350

From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., you and your family can feast on a variety of brunch options, like omelettes, eggs Benedict, pastries and muffins, grilled mahimahi, roasted fingerling potatoes and strip loin of beef. The kids will love dipping strawberries, pineapple, marshmallows, bananas and dried apricots into the chocolate fountain. 024 Grille will also serve petits fours, macaroons, truffles, cakes, and fruit and white chocolate mousse parfaits for dessert. The brunch costs $55 for adults, $45 for seniors and $25 for children six to 12 years, and is free for children five and under.

51Fifteen Restaurant & Lounge

5115 Westheimer, 713-963-8067

For $45 per adult, 51Fifteen will offer an Easter brunch complete with carving stations, an omelette station and a crepe station so you can build your own crepe.

Blu

2248 Texas, Sugar Land, 281-903-7324

Blu will serve its signature brunch menu on Easter featuring items such as crab cakes Benedict, three-cheese omelettes and the wild mushroom quiche. Pair your meal with a complimentary cocktail like a Bloody Mary, mimosa, screwdriver or cucumber lemonade.

Brasserie 19

1962 West Gray, 713-524-1919

Along with the Easter brunch and dinner at Brasserie 19, you can enjoy a bottle of Veuve Clicquot for $48 and Far Niente Chardonnay for $43.

Étoile Cuisine et Bar

1101-11 Uptown Park Boulevard, 832-668-5808

For $48 per person (a kids' menu is available), you and your family can enjoy a three-course Easter brunch featuring a crab and avocado salad, smoked salmon with asparagus, a poached egg and hollandaise sauce, and the famous foie gras au torchon for the first course. Move on to lemon sole with roasted cauliflower, fingerling potatoes, sugar snap peas, fried capers and lemon brown butter, or braised beef short ribs hash with a poached egg, mashed potatoes and greens for the second course. End on a sweet note with a warm chocolate tart; lime and vanilla cheesecake with a strawberry marmalade and blueberry sorbet; milk chocolate mousse with toasted rice ice cream; or a cheese plate with three imported cheeses, dried fruit and bread.

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