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Where to Eat in Houston for Easter 2014

Your guide to holiday meals.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

2405 West Alabama, 713-520-5959

1201 Lake Woodlands, Suite 305, The Woodlands, 281-362-0103

788 West Sam Houston Parkway North, 713-827-1120

Fleming's will host a special three-course Easter brunch for $39.95 per guest from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Begin with an appetizer of lobster bisque, a Caesar salad or fruit, followed by an entrée of prime rib with a trio of sauces, eggs Benedict, prime rib hash or a baked brioche French toast with vanilla and orange custard. Side options include summer squash gratin or smashed O'Brien potatoes. End your meal on a sweet note with white chocolate bread pudding, cheesecake or walnut turtle pie. A children's menu is available for $18.95 for kids under 12. Each party will receive a $25 dining gift card as well.

Boardwalk FantaSea Yacht Charters

8 Kemah Rail Road, Kemah, 281-538-9600

Why not take a cruise this Easter? Rather than sitting inside a restaurant, hop aboard the Easter Buffet Cruise from Boardwalk FantaSea Yacht Charters. The ship will depart at 1 p.m., and for the next two and a half hours, you and your family will cruise around Clear Lake, Kemah and Galveston Bay while enjoying an Easter meal of a spinach salad with pears, tomatoes, gorgonzola and a sherry balsamic vinaigrette; beef tenderloin and Romano chicken with garlic mashed potatoes; pasta with Alfredo sauce; and green beans with red bell peppers and onions. End the meal with fruit and mini desserts. Children can visit the Easter Bunny, too. Tickets for the cruise cost $79.99 for adults, $39.99 for children 12 and under, $74.99 for seniors (55 years and older) and $71.99 for members of the military.

Haven

2502 Algerian, 713-581-6101

Haven will serve an Easter brunch from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. for $45 per adult and $15 per child. Feast on chicken and waffles, seafood gumbo, and brioche French toast for appetizers, followed by main courses of grilled Gulf fish and shrimp, Eggs Broussard with a tasso ham puff pastry, or braised and pulled lamb shank with a toasted English muffin and sunny-side up egg. Desserts include chocolate icebox pie; coconut tres leches bread pudding; vanilla bean pound cake; buttermilk pecan layer cake; and ambrosia with oranges, grapefruit, strawberries, lemon curd, pecans, coconut and sorbet.

MKT Bar

1001 Austin, 832-360-2222

From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 19, and Sunday, April 20, MKT Bar, inside the downtown Phoenicia Specialty Foods, will serve an Easter brunch. Menu items include pecan praline waffles topped with fresh peaches and whipped cream; fried catfish with jalapeño grits; and a seafood frittata with shrimp, crab, tomatoes and artichoke hearts. Pair any of these dishes with one of the four special cocktails, including the raspberry MKT mojito with raspberry simple syrup with mint, apple juice and the house rosé.

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