Where to Brunch on Easter Sunday in Houston

Four delicious last-minute options
March 31, 2015
by Marcy de Luna

Make Easter Sunday with the family extra special at one of these four hot spots, offering creative brunch specials and all-you-can-eat buffets.

Radio Milano

It’s hard to resist carb-loading on chef Jose Hernandez’s tasty modern Italian fare and this Sunday, you can get it in spades during the brunch buffet. The spread includes a variety of pastas and egg dishes plus stations serving salad, roasted rib eye, chicken parm, veal cheeks and more. Stick around for an Easter egg hunt. (10 AM-3 PM; $30 per adult and $15 per child)

800 Sorella Ct.; 713-827-3545


Tap your toes to live music while the kitchen cranks out buffet fare such as chicharrones stew, fish or shrimp enchiladas, seafood-stuffed poblano peppers and Mexican egg dishes (think chilaquiles and migas). End your holiday meal on a sweet note with traditional Mexican pastries and breads baked in-house. (10 AM-2:30 PM; $45 per adult and $15 per child)

2200 Post Oak Blvd. #160; 713-622-9996

Bistro Provence

Celebrate like you’re in the south of France. Highlights from the three-course menu include a cold potato and leek soup, smoked salmon eggs Benedict and petite beef filet mignon with béarnaise sauce, green beans and mashed potatoes. Reservations are required, plus a Paypal deposit of $20 per person. (11:30 AM-2:30 PM; $44 per person) 

13616 Memorial Dr.; 713-827-8008

Rainbow Lodge

The kids will get a kick from this cozy Heights lodge, which has taxidermied hunting trophies as part of the decor. The adults will enjoy it too, thanks to a hearty three-course menu of game-centric fare like fried quail bites, a duo of venison medallion and grilled boar chop, and a red grapefruit ice box pie. (10:30 AM-3 PM; $49 per person)

2011 Ella Blvd.; 713-861-8666

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