Hop Into Easter with Sunday Brunch at Harold’s in the Heights


Few Easter brunch options in Houston can boast the flavor and character of Harold’s in the Heights. This is especially true thanks to its spacious dining room and inviting outdoor patio overlooking historic 19th street. Harold’s Easter brunch on Sunday, April 21 runs from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $45 per person for adults and $14 per person for children ages 12 and under. Seats are expected to sell out, so reservations are strongly encouraged. Make reservations online or by calling (713) 360-6204.

Upon arrival, guests receive complimentary mimosas, fresh bread and other small bites. Appetizers follow and diners can choose spicy-savory Deviled Eggs with chipotle filling, bacon and chives, creamy Corn and Fennel Bisque, and Wedge Salad dressed with buttermilk ranch, bleu cheese crumbles, oven-dried tomato and crispy pancetta.

Big Nasty Biscuit at Harold's
The Big Nasty Biscuit at Harold’s Restaurant is a customer favorite for brunch. Photo courtesy of Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room.

The main courses each bring individual flare to the meal. There are five options from which to choose, including Smoked Salmon Benedict with creamed spinach, poached egg and hollandaise sauce, Tuxedo Toast (French toast) with whipped cream, berries and maple syrup and Pollo Clarissa that is an “airline” chicken breast punched up with Harissa marinade and shaved vegetables. (Airline refers to the cut of chicken that includes a boneless breast and the first joint of the wing.)

Additionally, guests can order classic Harold’s favorites like the Big Nasty Biscuit and Big Dang Breakfast. The “Big Nasty” features a savory buttermilk-fried chicken breast paired with housemade biscuits, cheddar cheese and gravy, while the “Big Dang” is a more traditional breakfast with Old Dad Farm eggs, bacon, potatoes, toast and seasonal, locally sourced jelly.

A stemmed glass with scoops of pink fruit sorbet and fresh fruit.
Seasonal Sorbet topped with fresh raspberries at Harold’s in the Heights. Image courtesy of Harold’s in the Heights

Brunch concludes on a sweet note with the guest’s choice of Crème Brûlée, Carrot Cake Cupcakes or Seasonal Sorbet paired with raspberries.

The kid’s menu is a three course meal with a fruit cup starter, entree choice of Mini Burger with Fries, Grilled Chicken with Mac-N-Cheese or Southern Chicken Nuggets with Fries. Dessert is ice cream or a cookie.

Celebrate spring, Easter and good company at Harold’s in The Heights!

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