Easter Eats: Austin and Houston’s Best

Celebrate this Easter with a variety of unique and delightful experiences offered across Austin and Houston. Whether you’re in the mood for brunch, sweet treats, or an all-day celebration, there’s something special for everyone this Easter. Let’s dive into the ultimate Easter guide, featuring delicious culinary options and also charming locations for creating lasting memories.


Easter Brunch at TLC

1100 S Lamar Blvd Ste. #1150

Austin, TX 78704

(512) 580-0971

Celebrate Easter in style with a lavish Easter Brunch at TLC! On March 31st, indulge in a delicious feast featuring a variety of mouthwatering dishes for just $75 per adult and $30 per child 11 years and younger. Enjoy Nueske’s Bacon Flights, Caesar Salad, Mac and Cheese, Brunch Potatoes, and more. Delight in a selection of cold bar offerings including Gulf Shrimp, Snow Crab, Ceviche, and Oysters, or try the Prime Rib Station with Linz Heritage Angus. Save room for irresistible desserts like French Toast Bread Pudding and Brownie Bites. Plus, enjoy half-price on all bottles of Champagne and sip on refreshing Mimosa Trios while lounging in TLC’s spacious group dining atmosphere and dog-friendly patio. Make your reservations here for an unforgettable Easter celebration!

Image by Dani Parsons

Easter Tartelettes from Foliepops

Foliepops, a French bakery located in Austin, TX crafted by the talented Chef Kevin D’Andrea, a finalist in Bravo’s “Top Chef” France, and who is appearing on the new season of “Top Chef” (premiering on Bravo March 20th), is your go-to destination for pastry perfection. Indulge in the sweet delight of their exquisite tartelettes, currently selling at multiple HEB locations across Austin. These delectable treats are a perfect addition to your Easter Day celebration, featuring a delicious combination of crunchy shortbread cookie, creamy or fruity filling, and a delicate chocolate topping. Find an HEB location to pick up Foliepops in the pastry case here.

Photo by Hayden Walker

Easter Goodies at Walton’s Fancy & Staple

609 W 6th St

Austin, TX 78701

(512) 542-3380

Walton’s is your one-stop shop for all things Easter. Stop in for florals, limited-time colorful Golden Easter Eggs, seasonal macarons, pastries, and their seasonal “Garden Mary,” a delightful twist on a classic Bloody Mary. Additionally, they are featuring a special Easter Quiche with roasted carrots, pesto and goat cheese, perfect for get-togethers. For orders or inquiries, you can contact Walton’s at 512-542-3380 or email them at catering@waltonsfancyandstaple.com.

Photo by Dani Parsons

All Day “Hoppy Hour” at Cape Bottle Room

500 San Marcos St Ste. 102

Austin, TX 78702

(512) 222-7840

Cape Bottle Room announces an All Day “Hoppy” Hour on Easter Day. Join them on Easter Day from 12pm – 7pm to indulge in a delightful array of offerings. Sip and savor with a variety of mimosas and enjoy $5 off Tasting Flights, perfect for exploring their diverse selection of South African Wines. Additionally, enjoy $2 off all wine by the glass and $2 off all small bites, making it the ideal opportunity to treat yourself and your loved ones. Don’t miss out on this special Easter experience – hop on over and join them for a memorable day of relaxation and indulgence.

Photo by Caryn Noel

Snap Kitchen

Austin-owned Snap Kitchen is celebrating Easter by offering $5 off Snap Kitchen’s Eggcellent Breakfast options, including the Tex Mex Wrap and Egg Bites. You can order these breakfast items on their website using code “CHIRP5”. Additionally, Snap Kitchen is excited to introduce fresh new spring menu items, featuring Chicken Piccata Meatballs with Roasted Broccoli, Chicken Caesar Wrap, Chicken Pesto Pasta, Honey Dijon Roasted Salmon, and Asian Chopped Salad with Chicken. All of Snap Kitchen’s meals are chef developed, gluten free, and ultra convenient for those on the go or looking for easy meal prep options. Treat yourself to delicious and nutritious options this Easter with Snap Kitchen! Visit their website for more information here.

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3 Waterway Square Pl #100 

The Woodlands, Texas 77380 

(936) 444-4150 

Gather at Amrina with family and friends this Easter Sunday! Open from 12 p.m. – 8 p.m., Amrina will be serving a selection of Easter specials in addition to their dinner menu featuring a Chicken & Waffle with masala jaggery maple syrup, Spiced Rub Prime Rib, Egg Curry served with crispy potato spaghetti, and an Egg Benedict featuring a pulled leg of lamb and makhani hollandaise. Reserve your spot for Easter celebrations here.

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2630 Westheimer Rd. 

Houston, TX 77098 

(713) 520-1738 

Hop on over to ARMANDOS this Easter Sunday for their Bunny Brunch! Not only will you enjoy mouthwatering Tex-Mex brunch favorites like their Huevos Rancheros or their Churro Waffles, the Easter Bunny will also be making an appearance. Bring the whole family to meet and sit for pictures with the Easter Bunny while also creating lasting memories at ARMANDOS. Secure your spot today here.

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Le Jardinier

5500 Main St.  

Houston, TX 77004 

(713) 714-3015  

Celebrate this Easter Sunday at the Michelin-caliber concept, Le Jardinier at the Museum of Fine Arts, with a unique three-course brunch menu crafted by chef Felipe de Botero. Boasting a beautifully vibrant dining room that overlooks the serene Cullen Sculpture Garden, Le Jardinier stands as the quintessential destination to celebrate this spring holiday. For $125 per person, enjoy seasonal dishes such as Citrus Cured Scallop or Burrata with strawberry rhubarb. The second entrée course features Rabbit Ragout with fresh tagliatelle, Ora King Salmon with green onion spring stew and fenugreek or Roasted Lamb with aubergine mousse, cannelloni and artichoke. For dessert, indulge in a decadent slice of Carrot Cake or Valrhona Guanaja Dark Chocolate Cremeux. 

The Easter Sunday tasting menu will be available from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Reservations may be made through RESY here

Photo by Julie Soefer

Loch Bar

4444 Westheimer Rd Ste. G110 

Houston, TX 77027 

(832) 420-6601 

Gather with family and friends for Easter Sunday at Loch Bar! The swanky seafood tavern in River Oaks District will offer Easter specials like Smoked Salmon Bruschetta with house cured salmon, fried egg, whipped ricotta and lemon zest, Spicy Fish Croquettes with chili remoulade and grilled lemon, and Lobster Pot Pie with lobster, artichoke, leeks, potatoes, jalapeños and Old Bay hollandaise. Craving a staple? Dive into fan-favorite brunch menu items like the Chicken-N-Waffles with crispy chicken, pecan waffles, cranberry-serrano chutney and maple syrup or opt for the refreshing Avocado Toast. Book your reservation here to secure your spot.  

Photo by Becca Wright


888 Westheimer Rd Suite 109 

Houston, TX 77006 

(832) 626-3400 

Celebrate Easter at Marmo, the lux Italian chophouse in Montrose Collective. For the first time, the restaurant will serve an elevated, family-style feast ($65 per person) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests can peruse the array of gourmet food stations throughout the restaurant will be ribeye carving and prosciutto slicing on-site. Savor the flavors of in-season vegetables with sides like broccolini, roasted potatoes and nduja corn, or opt for the seafood bar with offerings like oysters and tuna cannolis.  

The spread doesn’t stop there – Marmo will also have a frittata station offering truffle mushroom and crab frittatas, and pasta station spotlighting the restaurant’s fresh, hand-made pastas. No brunch is complete without dessert, so of course diners can satisfy their sweet tooth at the dessert station. Top off the experience with a signature cocktail like the Stella Rose or the Andiamo! Reservations can be made on Open Table or at this link.  

Photo by Kirsten Gilliam

Navy Blue

2445 Times Blvd. 

Houston, TX 77005 

(713) 347-7727 

Savor Easter Sunday with Brunch at Houston’s premier seafood restaurant, Navy Blue! Join us for a memorable Easter celebration with a special a la carte brunch menu and off-menu specials sure to please the whole family. Reservations are encouraged and can be made at the link here.  

Photo by Duc Hoang


2032 Dunlavy Street 

Houston, TX 77006 

(713) 324-9288 

Hop on over to Montrose’s neighborhood joint, Ostia, on Easter Sunday! Ostia is the perfect place to gather with family and friends while indulging in their Spring brunch. Boasting a Greenhouse room, patio, and outdoor lounge, Ostia blends an outdoor aesthetic with the interior, creating an ideal atmosphere for guests to gather for Easter brunch. Guests can enjoy Chef Travis McShane’s Focaccia French Toast with blueberries and mascarpone, Ricotta Pancakes with maple syrup and salted butter, and Pizza Dough Doughnuts with Zabaione. Experience Ostia’s well-known Chicken Salsa Verde. The restaurant will open an hour early just for Easter Sunday, with reservations available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

Photo by Jenn Duncan


2800 Kirby Dr Suite A132 

Houston, TX 77098 

(713) 893-9344 

Join PostScript in marking a milestone Easter celebration in Houston with its first Easter brunch. Chef Caswell, who is infusing sophistication into every bite with a brunch menu of savory delights like Lobster Bene with chili hollandaise or embrace the sweet side with Frenched Texas Toast soaked in rum custard, served alongside roasted mango and vanilla maple syrup. Classic brunch libations include Bloody Mary, Espresso Martini, or Mimosa. Create unforgettable moments at PostScript and reservations are available through the website, postscripthtx.com, or via Resy. 

Photo by Jenn Duncan

As we celebrate Easter, both Austin and Houston offer a variety of great dining experiences tailored for this joyful occasion. From lavish brunches to sweet artisanal delights, there’s a special treat for everyone looking to make their holiday memorable. Whether you’re in the mood for an elegant meal or a cozy gathering with loved ones, Austin and Houston have you covered. Make this Easter unforgettable by exploring these culinary gems in two of Texas’ most vibrant cities.

Texas Tasty Team

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