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Where to Eat in Houston for Easter 2014

Your guide to holiday meals.

Post Oak Grill

1415 South Post Oak Lane, 713-993-9966

Take the whole family to Post Oak Grill on Easter Sunday for brunch from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. The brunch includes various salad stations serving a baby blue spinach salad, seafood ceviche, apple-smoked Alaskan salmon with crispy bagels and carving stations with roasted leg of lamb, glazed ham and roasted beef tenderloin. Post Oak Grill will also serve hot ­breakfast and lunch items like baked pork loin me­dal­lions, salmon-infused eggs Benedict and seafood paella. Desserts include German chocolate cake, a decadent English trifle, and grilled pineapple banana bread pudding served with white chocolate and fresh homemade ­croissants. This brunch costs $49.95 per adult (children under seven eat for half off).

Eggs, bunnies and flowers: Share a festive table this Easter.
Eggs, bunnies and flowers: Share a festive table this Easter.

Ristorante Cavour at the Hotel Granduca

1080 Uptown Park, 713-418-1000

Ristorante Cavour will offer an Easter brunch featuring a buffet of eggs Benedict, omelettes, waffles, meat-carving stations, stuffed artichokes, Swiss chard and ricotta quiche, smoked salmon, cheese boards, bruschetta, parfaits, crepes and much more for $75 per adult and $35 for children ages five to 12. Libations of Rossini, bellinis, mimosas, sangria, Prosecco and Rosé Prosecco are included.

Sambuca

909 Texas, 713-224-5299

On Easter Sunday, Sambuca will offer live music along with its Easter brunch that includes waffles, eggs Benedict, pancakes, ­breakfast pastries, grilled mahimahi, prosciutto-stuffed chicken and an array of desserts. This brunch costs $32.95 for adults and $9.95 for children 12 and under and is offered at three seating times: 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1:45 p.m.

Sorrel Urban Bistro

2202 West Alabama, 713-677-0391

From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., Sorrel Urban Bistro will serve Easter brunch featuring cold-water lobster cake Benedict, herb biscuits with duck gravy and apple-smoked bacon with eggs, and dried-cherry bread pudding French toast served with sautéed maple pears. Lunch and dinner will be offered until 8 p.m. and include options such as torchon of Muscovy duck foie gras; Karbach beer-braised lamb shanks; and pan-seared Gulf snapper with spinach gnocchi, braised tomatoes and olives. Dessert options include gluten-free chocolate torte, pistachio semi freddo milkshake with peanut butter cookies, and a trio of Cloud 10 Creamery ice creams.

The Tasting Room

1660 West Lake Houston, Suite 105, Kingwood, 281-361-0044

1101-18 Uptown Park, 713-993-9800

818 Town & Country, 281-822-1500

The Kingwood location will serve an ­Easter brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. for $29.99 per adult and $14.99 for children 17 and under (kids five and under eat for free). The buffet ­includes items such as jalapeño and goat-cheese grits, Cajun fries, twice-baked mac and cheese, herb-crusted prime rib and crème brûlée French toast. Dessert options include baked apple bread pudding, miniature pies and tarts, and Nutella brownie bites.

The Uptown Park Tasting Room location will serve an Easter brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. for $34.95 per adult and $14.95 per child 17 and under. The menu includes various hot buffet stations serving buttermilk biscuits, spicy fried chicken fingerlings, Cajun sausage cornbread and crawfish jambalaya, as well as other stations serving smoked salmon, cured meats, Belgian waffles and Cajun baked ham. Top it all off with Creole bread pudding, pies, cakes, cookies and an assortment of miniature dessert shots.

The Town & Country Boulevard location will serve Easter brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with mimosas, classic brunch dishes like shrimp and grits, chicken and biscuits, lemon ricotta pancakes and crème brûlée-battered French toast. This location will also serve Easter brunch specials, including braised lamb shank with creamy polenta and spring vegetables, and Creole eggs Benedict with house-made biscuits, grilled tomatoes, andouille sausage and a Creole mustard hollandaise.

Sale-Sucre

2916 White Oak, 713-623-1406

Sale-Sucre will host an Easter Brunch from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 19, and Sunday, April 20. The menu includes a salad with cantaloupe, watermelon, goat cheese, basil and a balsamic dressing for $8, as well as a variety of crepes,: a tuna crepe; a morning crepe with ham, mushrooms, scrambled eggs, cheese and onions; a spinach and smoked salmon crepe; a vegetarian crepe with the fresh vegetables of the day; and a crepe fermière with a béchamel sauce, potatoes, sausage, cheese and onions. Order a croque-madame or eggs Benedict for a more filling brunch, or choose from the various entrées, including steak tartare, ­pan-cooked curry shrimp and almond-crusted trout. Cap it all off with a crème brûlée, chocolate mousse or crepe stuffed with Nutella or chocolate and topped with strawberries and whipped cream.

Tradição Brazilian Steakhouse

12000 Southwest Freeway, Stafford, 281-277-9292

201 West Bay Area, Webster, 281-557-9999

Each Tradição Brazilian Steakhouse location will offer an Easter lunch featuring selections from 14 grilled meats and seafood, the salad bar and sides for $38 per person.

Up

3995 Westheimer, 713-640-5416

Up will serve an Easter Day Brunch featuring family-style appetizers of truffle mac and cheese, house-cured dill Scottish salmon with roasted fingerling potatoes and a mustard aioli, Andalusian gazpacho, and a Caesar salad. Choose one entrée from three options: a lobster salad prepared with pickled carrots and cucumbers, sun-dried tomatoes, and green olives; ­tandoori-spiced Scottish salmon served with quinoa, tomatoes, cucumber, fennel, baby ­artichokes and kalamata olives; or slow-cooked spring leg of lamb with roasted fingerling potatoes, sweet baby carrots and snap peas. Select your sweet treat from a buffet of various desserts. This brunch costs $45 per adult and $20 per child 12 years and under. There are two seatings, one at 11:30 a.m. and the other at 1:30 p.m.

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