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Where to Get Last-Minute Easter Dishes in Houston

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This Dr Pepper bourbon-glazed ham is one of the items available for Easter dinner to go from B&B Butchers. Photo by Kirsten Gilliam.

Posted: April 10, 2020 at 2:53 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

With all the issues caused by the COVID-19 situation, including stay-at-home measures and business closures, it really seems surprising that this Sunday is Easter. That is indeed the case, though. Some deadlines have passed, but these restaurants are still accepting orders.

Curry Rendang Beef Short Ribs at Phat Eatery

24-hour braised Curry Rendang Beef Short Ribs at Phat Eatery. Photo by Isabel Protomartir.

Katy

Phat Eatery, 23119 Colonial Parkway, Katy: Give Easter dining a Malaysian twist with this special, running Friday, April 10 through Easter Sunday, April 12. Get three 24-hour braised curry rendang beef short ribs, belacan sambal-stir fried green beans, potatoes, steamed jasmine rice and a bottle of wine (choose from Prosecco, Cabernet or Chardonnay) for $75. Diners can order the dishes cold to heat up or hot and ready to go. Pre-orders are highly recommended. Call (832) 913-6382 to place one. Phat Eatery is a loyal Houston Food Finder sponsor that makes articles like these possible. 

Memorial

Federal Grill, 8731 Katy Fwy: Easter dinner for four is available with meals that include a mixed green salad; a choice of honey-baked ham dinner, short ribs, salmon, Janice’s Meatloaf or Truffle Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken; and four baked chocolate chip cookies. All entrées include mashed potatoes and mixed veggies with crispy Brussels sprouts. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance by calling (832) 910-7777.

Hungry’s Cafe, 14714 Memorial: Get Mimosa kits to go alongside your Easter brunch. Three options are available, with a choice of fresh-squeezed raspberry, strawberry, or orange juices. A carafe for two is $15. A carafe for four is $45. The deal is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. To purchase, call (281) 493-1520. Guests picking up curbside are asked to please open their trunks so restaurant staff can safely deposit the kits.

Midtown

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Bring Easter brunch for two home from Brennan’s. Courtesy photo.

Brennan’s of Houston, 3300 Smith: While the much-loved Sunday brunch at Brennan’s is on hiatus, the iconic restaurant offers an Easter Package for Two, including a choice of two starters and two entrées, three sides (bacon Brussels sprouts, goat cheese grits and toasted “jazzmen” rice), bread and butter, Bananas Foster bread pudding and a special Easter lagniappe! The cost is $100; no substitutions and or special requests, please. Orders must be placed by Friday, April 10, at 5 p.m. Pickup is available Sunday, April 12, from 10 a.m.  to 4 p.m. See the full menu and order online.

Rice Village

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Complete Easter brunch with mimosas from Hungry’s. Photo by Becca Wright.

Hungry’s Cafe, 2356 Rice: The Rice Village favorite has Mimosa kits to go for Easter brunches, with choices of fresh-squeezed raspberry, strawberry, or orange juices. A carafe for two is $15;  one for four is $45. The deal is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. To purchase, call (713) 523-8652. Guests picking up curbside are asked to open their trunks so restaurant staff can safely deposit the kits.

River Oaks

a’bouzy, 2300 Westheimer: Who says Easter baskets are just for kids? This Champagne-centric wine bar has one for adults that includes charcuterie, crackers, truffle-egg salad, croissants, candies and colored Easter eggs, along with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, all for $89. Call (713) 722-6899 to place your order. Free delivery is available within a five-mile radius.

The luscious Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill pork chop. Courtesy photo.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille — River Oaks, 1997 West Gray: The popular steakhouse has a great three-course dinner for $39 per person available. Choose from a wedge, Caesar or kale salad, Perry’s signature pork chop, 16-ounce prime rib or eight-ounce bacon-wrapped filet, and orange-vanilla cream cheesecake, chocolate crunch or butterscotch budino for dessert. Add on sides such as asparagus, creamed spinach or macaroni and cheese for $5 each. Guests can also get 50% off wines and “mixology to go“. For curbside pickup orders, call (346) 293-8400. For delivery via Grubhub, order online. The Easter dinner is available Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and 12, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Note that the special is also available at all area Perry’s locations.)

Upper Kirby

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The meat locker at Doris Metropolitan. The Upper Kirby restaurant and butcher shop offers a special Steaks and Cakes option for Easter. Photo by Kirsten Gilliam.

Doris Metropolitan, 2815 S Shepherd: With the restaurant’s Steaks and Cakes promotion, guests can get prime rib roast for $35 a pound and 20% off all specialty cakes. Cheesecake, vanilla mousse and chocolate mousse are all available in six-inch ($65), seven-inch ($85), eight-inch ($100) and 10-inch ($115) versions. Call (713) 485-0466 for curbside pick-up or delivery.

Verandah Progressive Indian Restaurant, 3300 Kirby: Chef Sunil Srivastava has crafted two different Easter dinners for two. The first  features crispy cauliflower, Nargisi Kofta (lotus root dumpling in onion tomato sauce) with mint pulao and garlic naan, and a choice of desserts. The cost is $40, plus tax and gratuity. The second dinner option includes Masala Poached Eggs with tomato jam, Nargisi Kofta Curry (Indian-style scotch eggs in curry) with mint pulao and garlic and a choice of dessert. The cost is $50 plus tax and gratuity. To order call (281) 501-0258 or (832) 886-4291. All orders must be placed by Friday, April 10 at 7 p.m.

Washington Avenue/Rice Military

Picture of a ham on a cutting board

This Dr Pepper bourbon-glazed ham is one of the items available for Easter dinner to go from B&B Butchers. Photo by Kirsten Gilliam.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington: The Washington Avenue steakhouse has teamed up with executive chef Robert Del Grande of The Annie Café & Bar to create ready-to-roast or pre-cooked entrees, sides and desserts. The full menu is available online. Call (862) 767-4828 or email the butcher shop to place an order. All orders require 24 hours’ notice, and orders are accepted through Saturday, April 11 at  4 p.m. Pickup is available from Friday, April 10 through Sunday, April 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Federal Grill, 510 Shepherd: Get a Family Four Pack for $75. Easter dinner includes a mixed green salad; a choice of honey-baked ham dinner, short ribs, salmon, Janice’s Meatloaf or truffle cream cheese stuffed chicken; and four baked chocolate-chip cookies. All entrées include mashed potatoes and mixed veggies with crispy Brussels sprouts. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance by calling (713)-863-7777.

The Woodlands

Broken Barrel, One Lakes Edge: Get an Easter dinner for four that includes Nutella-stuffed French toast, pulled pork hash, vegetable frittata and white cheddar mac and cheese with duck confit. The cost is $65. Add three carrot cake muffins or carrot cake scones for $12. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 11. Pickup is available on Sunday, April 12 between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call (281) 719-8542 to order.

CRU, 9595 Six Pines: Get a three-course brunch for $24 per person, with selections that include Caesar salad, avocado toast, smoked salmon board, steak and eggs, New York cheesecake and tiramisu. Check out the full menu, along with a la carte selections. Guests can also bring home $25 mimosa kits, which make enough for eight people. Note: those are expected to sell out, so order early. Call (281) 465-9463 to order and pick up on April 12 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.


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