Where To Eat Easter Sunday Brunch In Houston — or Get it To Go

Easter decorated cookies and a cake

For us, at least, this year seems to be flying by, and it’s hard to believe it’s nearly Easter! If this holiday has you seeking out more than chocolate bunnies and jellybeans, turn to one of Houston’s many restaurants serving a festive, sweet and savory brunch. Many also include live entertainment, specialty drinks and more. There are also a handful of spots offering feasts to go, desserts for pickup, crawfish boils and family-friendly activities over the holiday weekend. Check out this list that is likely to give the Easter Bunny a run for its money! 

Easter Dine-In Options


Guard & Grace, 500 Dallas: Visit this swanky downtown steakhouse for brunch on Easter Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dine on starters such as avocado crab toast with pickled spring onions, colossal lump crab meat and English peas, Saigon Cinnamon Roll with bacon and pecans, and Kobe Beef Queso with poblano peppers. Raw bar items include chilled crab legs, Wild Blue Prawn Shrimp Cocktail and daily fresh oysters. Choose from four kinds of Benedict including traditional, lobster, short rib and fried avocado. There are entrées such as Alaskan black cod with charred broccolini, sweet soy butter and sesame seeds, TX Roasted Redfish with Pontchartrain sauce, mushrooms, lump crab and Gulf shrimp, or steaks such as the Filet Flight with Wagyu, prime and Angus. Visit the website for reservations. 

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Chilaquiles during brunch at Xochi. Photo by Paula Murphy.

Xochi, 1777 Walker: Celebrate Easter with a Oaxacan-style meal featuring dishes by James Beard Award-winning chef Hugo Ortega and desserts by 2022 James Beard Award finalist (and Hugo’s brother) Ruben Ortega at this upscale Mexican restaurant inside the Marriott Marquis Houston hotel. In addition to the weekly Sunday brunch buffet selections, Easter guests can choose from a carving station, new seasonal dishes and special holiday desserts. There is also live music. Brunch is $52 for adults and $15 for children, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made online or by calling (713) 400-3330.

East of Downtown

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Acadian Coast is serving a special Easter brunch that includes prime rib. Courtesy photo.

Acadian Coast, 2929 Navigation: Enjoy a special Easter brunch at this chic spot for Gulf Coast cuisine. Choose from fresh panko crusted grouper, smoked prime rib and more. You can also pre-order specials for at-home celebrations. To order and for more information, visit the website or call (713) 432-9651.

Indianola, 1201 Saint Emanuel: The Easter brunch buffet at this family-friendly spot begins with appetizers such as Crawfish & Caviar Deviled Eggs, three meats such as herb crusted leg of lamb with mint jus, and seven sides, such as duck fat roasted potatoes, Spring Panzanella Salad and charred asparagus with dates, TX chevre and mint. Choose from desserts such as Cafe Tres Leches Cake and carrot cake. The buffet is April 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and costs $65 for adults, $20 for children 12 and under and is free for children under 3. Tax and gratuity is not included. Visit the website to make reservations. 

Galleria Area

Caracol, 2200 Post Oak: Easter brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with a buffet of coastal Mexican dishes plus holiday specials including a carving station, seasonal options and exclusive desserts. In addition, there will be live music by house band Ikaru. It is $52 for adults and $15 for children, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. Reservations are recommended and can be made online.

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Profiterole at Etoile Cuisine et Bar. Courtesy photo.

Etoile Cuisine et Bar, 1101-11 Uptown Park Boulevard: This upscale French locale is offering a three-course brunch menu from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is $58 for adults and there is a children’s menu for $25, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. The regular menu will be available from 3 to 9 p.m. 

First courses options include burrata with organic beets, greens and pickled shallots and deviled eggs with fresh herbs, poached shrimp and French cocktail sauce. Entrées include filet of sole with a caper brown butter sauce, roasted leg of lamb with thyme au jus, buttery mashed potatoes, and spring vegetables, and poached eggs Benedict with smoked salmon or bacon. Three desserts include profiteroles with vanilla ice cream, cheesecake mousse with raspberry coulis and passion fruit custard with milk chocolate. Visit the website to make reservations.

La Table, 1800 Post Oak: This elegant French destination is serving Easter Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and it’s available on both floors of the restaurant. The cost is $75 per person and includes a combination of individual and family-style courses. Choose an individual starter such as avocado salad, onion soup or shrimp cocktail (+$5) and share a multi-dish, family-style main course. The latter includes vegetarian risotto, grilled salmon, lemon chicken, mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Dessert is served family-style, too, and includes mini versions of marjolaines, eclairs and carrot cakes. A $25 kids’ menu comes with pasta and grilled chicken.

Note that canceled reservations incur a $50-per-person fee if made within 48 hours. Make reservations online via Resy, at the restaurant’s website or by calling (713) 439-1000.

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Huarache at URBE. Courtesy photo.

URBE, 1101 Uptown Park: If the weather cooperates, head to the spacious patio at chef Hugo Ortega’s and restaurateur Tracy Vaught’s fairly new and laidback Mexican street food cafe. (There is plenty of room inside, too!) Order from the three-course Easter Menu with your choice of starter and entrée, plus a dessert buffet of in-house bakery treats. There is a full bar, coffee program, mocktails and more. It is available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $45 for adults and $15 for children, plus beverage, tax and gratuity.

Start with the housemade conchas then enjoy appetizers such as tacos al pastor with trompo pork in achiote, charred pineapple and habanero salsa, gorditas, which are masa pancakes stuffed with pork carnitas, chicharron, refried black beans and topped with salsa verde and Diablitos de Ostiones, or three raw oysters with cold boiled chipotle shrimp. Second courses include seven selections such as chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, crispy fish tacos, and grilled skirt steak with sunny-side-up eggs, refried beans, salsa verde and tortillas. Make reservations online.


Harold’s Restaurant, Bar & Taproom, 350 West 19 Street: Head to this family-friendly hotspot in the Heights for modern takes on classic Southern and Gulf Coast fare. Easter Sunday includes a four-course brunch with a complimentary mimosa, and costs $45 for adults and $12 for kids, plus tax, gratuity and beverages. Choose from first-courses such as Pimento-Cheese Deviled Eggs made with local eggs and topped with a fried chicken bite, biscuit & gravy, Gumbo Ya Ya or Strawberry Fields Salad with local berries. Hearty entrées include Your Choice Benedict topped with beef debris, crab cake or pork belly, fried chicken, Caprese Stuffed Avocado or blackened salmon. End with a choice of three desserts: Chocolate Tres Leches, Mary’s Banana Pudding or coconut Granny Cake. Visit the website or call (713) 360-6204 to make reservations.

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Lemon Ice Box Pie at Rainbow Lodge. Courtesy photo.

Rainbow Lodge, 2011 Ella: Spend Easter at this rustic and elegant Houston icon famous for wild game and coastal Texas fare. Order from the three-course Easter menu from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. that is $60 for adults, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. There is a children’s menu available for $35. Dine inside the 115-year-old lodge or choose patio and deck seating with views of the park-like backyard.

Menu selections include a choice of starter such as The Lodge’s Smoked Duck Gumbo, bison carpaccio and little gem lettuce wedge salad, and entrées such as Braised Buffalo Short Rib Benedict, Steak & Eggs, Wild Game Mixed Grill Breakfast and Roasted Hen-of-the-Woods Mushrooms. There are add-ons available, too, including buttered lump crab meat, pheasant and cognac sausage link, fried Gulf oysters and spring potato, leek and English pea hash. Choose from desserts such as Chocolate Raspberry Truffon, salted caramel crème brûlée and warm croissant bread pudding.

The full dinner menu resumes at 5 p.m. with the regular $15 Sunday Supper special and half-priced wines.

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Sunday Brunch dishes at Wild Oats. Photo by Abbie Arnold.

Wild Oats, 2520 Airline: The newest restaurant from chef Chris Shepherd’s Underbelly Hospitality opened in February inside The Houston Farmers Market, and serves a weekly Sunday brunch with a rotating menu of salads, meats, vegetables and desserts. For Easter, executive chef Nick Fine’s menu includes ham, rabbit and lamb prepared roasted or grilled over a live fire. There will also be a variety of all-you-can-eat dishes including salads, sides and desserts. It is $75 for adults and $35 for children ages 4 through 10; children 3 and under eat free. Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made online.


Artisans, 3201 Louisiana: French fare awaits with a five-course brunch of holiday specialties. It is $89 per person plus tax and gratuity and is available on April 17 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Note that dinner service will not be available on Easter). Brunch starts with an amuse bouche of vichyssoise with gaufrettes and fresh truffles. Next, guests can choose from shaved asparagus salad or chicken & mushroom crepe before moving on to main course selections of pan-seared Chilean sea bass with baby round carrots, persillade risotto and lobster hollandaise/Chantilly or pan-seared petite filet with haricot vert, Parmesan potato croquette and truffle demi-glace. Dessert is buttermilk pound cake served with vanilla honey hazelnut mousse, peach sorbet, peach consommé, white chocolate and fried mint. Call (713) 529-9111 for reservations.


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The dessert table at Hugo’s Sunday brunch. Courtesy photo.

Hugo’s, 1600 Westheimer: The famous brunch at this spot for elevated Mexican fare is available on Easter Sunday, with traditional dishes and holiday specials. Enjoy seasonal selections, a carving station and special Easter desserts. It is from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and costs $52 for adults and $15 for children, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. There will also be live music performed by the house band Viento. Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made online. 

Museum District

Davis Street at Hermann Park, 5925 Almeda: Global flavors combine with Southern style at this luxe spot helmed by chef Mark Holley. Easter brunch is April 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and includes a three-course spread for $65 per person. All meals start with Mama’s Buttermilk Biscuits with house pepper jelly, and choice of seven appetizers such as Crispy Thai Shrimp, Little C’s Pork Ribs, Boutte’s Southern Gumbo and Victoria’s Salad with pickled strawberries, white asparagus, spiced pecans, Pure Luck feta and candied garlic vinaigrette. Select from seven main courses such as Rosemary-Garlic Crusted Leg of Lamb with spring vegetables, pickled pea relish and mint-bourbon glaze, Ultimate French Toast with a bourbon batter, Chaurice sausage, clabber cream and country fried apples, and Fried Cornish Hen & Waffle with sweet potato waffle, fried quail egg, creamed mustard greens and sorghum syrup. Choose from three desserts such as Down South Coconut Cake and Velvety Key Lime Cheesecake. View the full menu and make reservations online.

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Dutch white asparagus with marinated strawberries, orange gelée and puffed buckwheat at Le Jardinier. Photo by Phaedra Cook.

Le Jardinier, 5500 Main: Visit this classy and colorful venue inside the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for Easter from 1 to 7 p.m. on April 17. The three-course menu is $125 per person, and guests can upgrade with a wine pairing for $85. Start with Deviled Eggs and Amuse Juice before moving on to the main spread. Choose from first courses such as Burrata with watercress pistou, pine nuts and strawberries, French white asparagus with orange reduction and pickled strawberries (+$15) or hamachi crudo (+$30 caviar upcharge). Main courses include Spring Rabbit Ragu, Roasted Spicy Lamb Shoulder, and Carolina Gold Rice Risotto with French peas, morels, red snapper, eggplant caviar, peppers and fennel. Choose from Farmer’s Carrot and Mild Goat Cheese Cake, Caramel Sabayon and Vegan Ice Cream Trio for dessert. Make reservations online.

Rice Village

Prego, 2520 Amherst: This casual Italian cafe known for classic fare is open for Easter brunch and dinner from noon to 9 p.m., with specials including veal chops, halibut and lamb chops. Guests can also order from a special farmers market menu on the patio until 3 p.m. in honor of Village Farmers Market Day on April 17. Visit the website to make reservations.

River Oaks

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Stuffed artichoke at Backstreet Cafe. Courtesy photo.

Backstreet Cafe, 1102 South Shepherd: This perennially popular brunch spot is serving a special three-course meal on Easter Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It is $56 for adults and $15 for children, plus beverage, tax and gratuity. Each table receives a starter of Parker House rolls and Rhubarb-Strawberry Muffins with jam and butter, followed by a choice of four appetizers such as spring salad with arugula, red watercress, zucchini, asparagus, radish and lemon vinaigrette or lamb meatballs with cucumber, yogurt, lemon, parsley-mint pesto and feta cheese. Choose from six main courses, such as braised lamb shank with spring vegetable risotto, pan-seared scallops and eggplant pappardelle. Dessert is either carrot cake or Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding

There will also be live jazz background music performed by Bob Chadwick. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made online.

Frank’s Americana Revival, 3736 Westheimer: This happening neighborhood kitchen is celebrating a decade of business this year, and patrons can visit for an all-day dinner menu on Easter Sunday. Service is available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and dishes include Deviled Easter Eggs, Crab Cake Benedict and Prime Rib Sandwich. Entrées include grilled lamb chops and pan-seared halibut with white bean cassoulet. Dessert is crème brûlée with fresh market berries. Kids can order from a special holiday menu, which includes choice of soup or salad starter, brunch selections such as buttermilk pancakes or dinner options including pasta macaroni with choice of sauce and fried jumbo shrimp.

Ouisie’s Table, 3939 San Felipe: Visit on Easter Sunday for an à la carte holiday brunch with menu favorites and special holiday dishes. The brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and breakfast items are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Selections include Manhattan clam chowder, Blueberry Spinach Salad, Chicken Fried Chicken with The Works, Pan-Seared Blackened Flounder with tomatoes and crawfish and Grilled Beef Tenderloin with bordelaise sauce. End on a sweet note with Marble Banana Bread Pudding and signature Lemon Ice Box Pie.

The full menu is available for dine-in or to-go. Place to-go orders online at least several hours prior to pick-up time. Reservations are strongly encouraged, and can be made on the website (scroll down on the main page to the OpenTable section) or by calling (713) 528-2264.

Multiple Locations

MAX’s Wine Dive, 4720 Washington and 214 Fairview: Find Easter specials Friday through Sunday at both locations of this restaurant popular for modern spins on Southern cuisine. Visit the Washington location during brunch to try Ham Steak with Red Eye Gravy over grits and greens, or for dinner to try Ham Steak with a Cola Glaze served over cheesy potatoes and asparagus. Head to the Fairview storefront in Montrose for Potato and Ham Hash at brunch and Jerked Lamb Chops with Caribbean rice and black beans during dinner. Visit the website for reservations.

The Pescado Borracho with a Paloma Tropical cocktail at The Original Ninfa's
The Pescado Borracho with a Paloma Tropical cocktail at The Original Ninfa’s. Photo by Becca Wright.

The Original Ninfa’s, 2704 Navigation and 1700 Post Oak: For a special Easter brunch, order acclaimed chef Alex Padilla’s Pescado Borracho, or roasted, whole, seasonal fish in a tequila, garlic and mushroom sauce. The cost of this highly shareable entrée is $35 and it is available at both the original and Galleria-area locations. Pair it with one of the two new cocktails: The Paloma Tropical, served in a clay tumbler and made with Hornitos Tequila Blanco, pineapple juice, fresh lime juice, grapefruit juice, soda, chamoy and tajin, or The Spanish Butterfly with Zephyr Gin, fresh lemon juice, housemade butterfly peaflower syrup (for a pretty violet color) and bubbles.

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The Easter Sunday brunch at Postino includes ’90s and hip-hop music. Photo by Becca Wright.

Postino, multiple locations: In lieu of traditional Easter festivities, all four locations of the popular wine bar are hosting an Old Skool Hippity-Hop Brunch on April 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Listen to ’90s hip-hop and R&B tracks with DJs spinning vinyl. In addition, guests can order a specialty seasonal cocktail for $6.

Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen, 6401 Woodway and 1140 Eldridge Parkway: Tuck into Tex-Mex specialties during an Easter-only Sunday brunch buffet from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The buffet is $29.99 for adults and $12.99 for kids under age 12, plus tax, gratuity and additional beverage. 

Selections include chile con queso, ceviche and tamales, plus breakfast and lunch-style dishes. Choose from made-to-order omelets, Sylvia’s Famous Pancakes, chilaquiles, tacos, enchiladas and more. Sides include poblano grits, guacamole, rice and beans, and desserts include two kinds of tres leches cake, bunuelos (small donuts), polvorones (shortbread cookies) and flan. Included in the brunch price are drinks agua de pina (pineapple) and agua de sandia (watermelon). Mimosas are $5 each with 25-cent refills.

West Houston

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Blueberry Gingersnap Waffle at The Tasting Room. Photo by Becca Wright.

The Tasting Room, 818 Town & Country Boulevard inside CityCentre: The whole family can celebrate Easter at this hip wine bar with a weekend-long brunch available April 16 and 17. Specials include Blueberry Gingersnap Waffle alongside bourbon caramel and vanilla ice cream and Spanish Chorizo Frittata spiked with white cheddar, peppers, onions, tomatoes, arugula, feta cheese and finished with housemade red chimichurri sauce. Visit for dinner to order Glazed Pineapple Ham Steak served with potatoes au gratin and green beans almondine. Make reservations on the website or by calling (281) 822-1500.

The Woodlands

Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse, 19333 David Memorial Drive: Dig in to classic brunch fare at this upscale-yet-family-friendly spot. Easter brunch is April 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $54.95 for adults and $14.95 for kids 12 and under. Dishes include an omelet station and a variety of prepared quiches, chef-carved beef prime rib and cherry glazed ham, roasted cedar plank salmon and chicken parmigiana. Additional selections include pea and prosciutto salad, lobster bisque, crab deviled eggs, citrus glazed rainbow baby carrots and Parmesan asparagus spears. A dessert display will offer a mix of classic and modern sweets. Make reservations online or call (346)331-2060.

Easter Weekend Fun + To-Go

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The cakes at Badolina Bakery in West University are like works of art. Photo by Ralph Smith Studios.

Badolina Bakery, 5555 Morningside: Start your day with pastries or complete your meal with stunning desserts from this Rice Village newcomer. Purchase in-store, or place custom orders such as whole cakes at least 24-hours in advance. Selections start at $50 with nearly endless combinations for sizes and shapes. The extensive menu includes breads, sweet pastries such as croissants, brioche and Crioche (Sundays only), and savory options like Open Focaccia, Burekas with spinach and cheese, and pizza flavors. Whole cakes require 24 hours’ notice, and come in flavors such as Chocoholic, Raspberry Rose and a dairy and gluten free Orange Cake. Choose from individual desserts such as tarts, Vanilla Mousse, Chocoholic Mousse Cake and Labneh Halva with pistachio and guava. There are cookies, too, in flavors such as Triple Chocolate Chips, Pistachio Macadamia White Chocolate and florentine. Call(832)649-5909 for more information and to place orders.

Feges BBQ, 8217 Long Point: Enjoy festivities galore at this neighborhood eatery that is hosting a crawfish boil on April 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition, there is an Easter egg hunt at 11:30 a.m., pictures with the Easter Bunny from noon to 2 p.m., live music performed by John Egan from 1 to 3 p.m. and kids’ games

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Bourbon Pecan Cinnamon Rolls from Goode Company. Courtesy photo.

Goode Company Barbeque + Goode Co. Armadillo Palace, multiple locations: These sister restaurants are joining forces to offer an Easter Feast to-go available for pre-order online. Place orders by 5 p.m. on April 8 for pickup on Friday, April 15 or Saturday, April 16 at the following locations: Armadillo Palace at 5015 Kirby Dr., Goode Co. Barbeque Memorial at 8911 Katy Freeway, or Goode Co. Barbeque 290 at 20102 Northwest Freeway. 

Choose from three meal options that each feed six to eight people. All meals include wood-roasted baby carrots, South Texas tomato-cucumber salad, roasted Brussels sprouts, twice-baked potato casserole, two dozen fresh-baked dinner rolls and Strawberry Tequila Cobbler. Meat choices are pit-smoked ham with orange and Texas honey glaze for $195, mesquite-smoked turkey breast for $190 or ham and turkey combo for $200. Choose from à la carte items including a six-pack of Bourbon Pecan Cinnamon Rolls for $25, dessert combo of six cookies and six brownies for $20, Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie for $22, a mimosa bar kit for $30 and more. Visit the holiday page for more information and to order.

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Order Passover dishes to-go from Kenny & Ziggy’s, including Passover In A Box. Photo by Paula Murphy.

Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen Restaurant, 1743 Post Oak: In recognition of Passover, this mainstay deli will be closed starting at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 15 and will reopen at 8 a.m. on Sunday, April 17. However, locals (and non-locals!) can order ahead for holiday delights. Click the Passover Tab on the website for the full details and order everything you need for an at-home feast. 

Choose from appetizers such as stuffed cabbage, sweet & sour meatballs and housemade gefilte fish, plus matzoh ball soup, brisket, turkey, whole roasted chicken, a variety of kugels, souffles, vegetable dishes and more. There are add-ons, too, such as apple sauce, sour cream, pickles and a variety of desserts. If you still need a Seder plate or ceremonial roasted shank bone, they have you covered! The deadline for ordering is April 8, and pickup must be made by 2 p.m. on Friday, April 15. Order via the online form. Passover In A Box is available for nationwide overnight shipping (two-day to Alaska and Hawaii) via Goldbelly. It feeds five people and costs $249.95 plus shipping. Visit the website for more information and to order. Place orders as soon as possible to ensure delivery, and no later than April 12.

The restaurant reopens at 8 a.m. Easter Sunday with its regular menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Crawfish And Shrimp Enchiladas are available at Monkey’s Tail through Easter Sunday. Courtesy photo.

Monkey’s Tail, 5802 Fulton: Continue Lenten dietary preferences with Crawfish and Shrimp Enchiladas made with housemade ground corn tortillas and Cajun cream sauce. The special is available through Easter Sunday. In addition, guests can visit for Thursday through Sunday boiled crawfish for $10 per pound available with traditional Cajun seasonings or jalapeño flavor.

Revival Market, 550 Heights Boulevard: Pre-order from a generous selection of entrées, sides and other add-ons to ensure availability for your holiday feast. Staples include garlic & herb marinated pork loin for $40, boneless spring garlic & herb marinated lamb leg for $65 and boneless smoked Revival Market ham for $95. Round out the table with a charcuterie & cheese tray with Houston Dairymaids cheeses, Revival Market meats, nuts, fruits, crackers and more for $40, a dozen deviled eggs for $24, meat or veggie quiche for $34 each, and a dozen Breadman Bread Co. Pull Apart Rolls for $6. There is also a mimosa kit for $25 and ready-to-serve housemade sangria with white wine and local berries for $29. Place orders by Tuesday, April 12 at 4 p.m. for pickup Saturday, April 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit the website for full details and to order. 

The Butcher Shop at B&B Butchers, 1814 Washington: Choose from ready-to-roast and ready-to-reheat take-home meals from this upscale market that is part of the Berg Hospitality Group. Choose from starters such as Caesar or Wedge that cost $16 per person, Mini Beef Wellington that are $32 for a dozen and Caprese Skewers that are $26 for a dozen. 

Raw choices include an eight-chop Rack of Lamb with jalapeño green jelly that is $130, Whole Beef Tenderloin that is $350 or Pork Crown Roast for $85. Reheat selections include Bone-In Chicken Shank that is $32 per person, Roasted Prime Rib that is $325 for a half and $650 for a whole and comes with au jus, whipped potatoes and yorkshire pudding, and Whole Berkshire Ham that is $105. 

All sides are cooked and ready to reheat, and served in half pans that serve eight to 10 people. Dishes include B&B Mac & Cheese ($60), Brussels sprouts with bacon and garlic chili ($60), Classic Creamed Spinach ($55) and grilled asparagus ($60. Choose from pecan pie for $35 that serves eight, and NY Cheesecake for $75 that serves 12. View the full menu online.

Place orders online or call (832) 767-4828 with 24 notice. Place orders by 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 16.

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Pre-order Easter cake and cookies from NoPo. Photo by Kirsten Gilliam.

NoPo Café, Market & Bar, : The restaurant and bakery is closed on Easter Sunday, but is accepting pre-orders for Easter cakes and cookies. The Mini Carrot Cake With Cream Cheese Icing is $15, and iced Easter cookies are $4 for 3 or $12 for one dozen. Call (713) 804-1244 to order. Pickup by April 16 (open for brunch and dinner on April 16).

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Blake Robertson and Ryan Cade of R-C Ranch at the Houston Farmers Market storefront. Photo by Jody Horton.

R-C Ranch Butcher Shop, 2520 Airline: Shop like a chef and purchase an assortment of premium, locally raised proteins for your Easter table at this family-run locale inside The Houston Farmers Market. Meats are sourced directly from the owners’ ranch in Bailey’s Prairie. Holiday specials include R-C Wagyu Beef Shank (bone-in) with Houston Farmers Market Mole that serves four to five people for $55, and R-C Heritage Pork Bone-in Smoked Ham with STEEN’S cane syrup glaze that serves eight to ten people for $85. 

Pre-orders are available by calling (979) 864-3540 or sending them an email. Place orders by Wednesday, April 13 for pick-up Friday through Sunday on Easter weekend.

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The Woodlands Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton has a variety of menus and activities for Easter weekend. Courtesy photo.

The Woodlands Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton, 2301 North Millbend: Make reservations for a festive Easter weekend with two dining options. Easter Day brunch is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in The Woodlands Dining Room with a buffet. It is $75 for adults or $95 with two glasses of Champagne, and $35 per child ages 5 through 12. Kids under five eat free. Selections include stations for carving, pasta, popovers and omelets, plus Smoked Brisket Eggs Benedict, cheese and charcuterie, fruits and desserts such as Butterscotch Panna Cotta and Bumble Berry Cobbler

Dinner is available at Back Table Kitchen & Bar with a four-course prix-fixe meal from 5 to 9 p.m.. It is $65 per person and includes a specialty cocktail for adults. It begins with a deviled egg amuse bouche, tuna tartare appetizer, duet of rabbit with confit leg and fried loin, and Strawberry Lemonade Ice Box Pie. Choose from Peach Prosecco Punch and Blood Orange Champagne Mule.

Start the fun Saturday and enjoy exclusive complimentary perks for overnight guests, which include poolside arts and crafts plus games, and an afternoon egg hunt. Evening fun is extended with bunny-shaped s’mores and a screening of Hop on the lakeside outdoor screen. Visit the website or call (281) 367-1100 for more information and to make reservations.

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