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Best Fort Worth restaurants for Easter brunch and feasts in 2022

Best Fort Worth restaurants for Easter brunch and feasts in 2022

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Springtime means Easter holiday brunches are on the horizon, and two years after the pandemic began, they’re back in a big way. Many restaurants are serving Easter specialties, some with the return of over-the-top brunch buffets. There are still curbside pick-up options for those who’ve grown accustomed to the family meals to-go. This list of Fort Worth-area restaurants will grow as Easter Sunday approaches.

Bacchus Kitchen + Bar at Hotel Vin
The Grapevine hotel will host an Easter brunch ballroom buffet along with egg hunts for both children and adults. Highlights from the menu include a flambee crepe station, oyster bar, and prime rib. The brunch is $90 per person and $45 for children 6-12. Reservations include entry to the children’s Easter egg hunt, happening both at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm. (The Easter Bunny will also make a special appearance.) An adult Easter egg hunt ($25 per person) will take place at 3 pm and includes a glass of wine for grown-ups while they hunt for eggs with prizes like gift cards and bottles of wine and liquor.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant
Dine in or take out at B&B, which will open from 10 am – 3 pm on Easter Sunday for its weekend brunch featuring live music by Big Mike. Ready-to-roast pre-cooked entrees, side, and desserts will also be available for order in advance. Menu highlights include rack of lamb ($130 for eight chops), pork crown roast ($85), and whole Berkshire ham ($105). Order by 11 am on Saturday, April 16. 

Blue Mesa Grill
There’ll be extended hours (9 am-4 pm) and an expanded menu for Blue Mesa’s popular Easter Sunday brunch. Enjoy red chile-glazed ham, made-to-order huevos rancherso, chicken and waffles, and mimosas, all included in the $30 per person price. Kids ages 6-11 are only $7. Or order Easter ham dinner to-go, which comes with pineapple salsa, cheese enchiladas, mac and cheese, sweet corn cakes, roasted carrots and broccolini, Southwest Caesar salad, biscuits, honey butter, and tres leches cake for $130 (serves 6). Add a mimosa kit for $20 more. Pick up in advance on April 15 or 16.

Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine
Pick up a ready-to-reheat Easter dinner from Bonnell’s, with options like whole smoked prime rib ($300), herb-crusted rack of lamb ($50), and all the sides like salad, rolls, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots ($30 for four, $60 for eight). Order by noon on April 8 to pick up on April 16.

The Capital Grille
Easter brunch features include lobster frittata with truffle hollandaise, New York strip and eggs, and filet mignon, all served with white cheddar hash browns. Brunch service begins at 11 am.

Carrabba's Italian Grill
The Italian chain will serve special Easter entrées like lamb chops, filet with marsala, and new champagne pasta with shrimp. There's also new berries and butter cake for dessert. Sunday hours are 11 am-10 pm.

Chef Point
A special Easter brunch menu will be served at both the Watauga and Colleyville locations, including fried green tomatoes, scallops and grits, chicken and waffles, mahi mahi with saffron risotto, and that popular bread pudding with the hot cognac sauce. Brunch will be served from 10 am-2 pm.

The Classic at Roanoke
The longtime special occasion spot in downtown Roanoke will serve a three-course Easter lunch. Entrée choices include beef tenderloin medallions, Asian-marinated salmon, lemon caper chicken breast, and vegetarian pasta. Don’t miss the Texas sheet cake with vanilla ice cream for dessert. Lunch is $50 per person ($30 for children), plus tax and gratuity, and will be served from 11 am-3 pm.

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse
The downtown steakhouse will offer a three-course Easter menu ($95 per person, plus tax and gratuity) including a spring salad, choice of 8-ounce filet or salmon paired with a crab cake, and strawberry cheesecake. Brunch a la carte features include bread pudding French toast, sous vide bacon Benedict, egg white frittata, and New York strip and eggs. The restaurant will open at 11 am and serve brunch all day.

Eddie V’s
The prime seafood destination will feature a prix fixe, three-course brunch in addition to its full menu. Start with warm cinnamon rolls then choose from dishes like steak and eggs, lobster quiche Florentine, and roasted avocado with jumbo lump crab. Brunch will be served from 11 am-2 pm and the price is $49 for adults and $15 for children, plus tax and gratuity.

El Chingon
Mexican restaurant in the Cultural District will offer two Easter brunch specials: mimosa and two brunch items for $75, or paleta tower with two brunch items for $125. Regular brunch menu includes the burrito clásico with ham, bacon, scrambled eggs, and cheese; huevos rancheros; and chilaquiles chingones with tortilla, eggs, salsa, and avocado, with choice of rice & beans, breakfast potatoes, or fruit. 11 am-3 pm.

Fuzzy's Taco Shop
The Fort Worth-based taco chain will serve a family meal to-go, including choice of two meats (chicken, beef, spicy pork, or grilled veggies), choice of two sides (borracho beans, black beans, refried beans, cilantro-lime rice, Mix-Mex rice), chips and salsa, queso, tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese and Butt Burnin' Hot Sauce. Feed 4-6 for $35, or 6-8 for $50. Order online or at your nearest location.

Grace
The downtown fine dining destination will open for Easter brunch to serve specialties like petit filet eggs Benedict with lump crab, pork carnitas with white cheddar grits, and quiche Lorraine along with the normal Grace menu. Brunch will be served from 10:30 am-2 pm.

il Modo
Located inside the Kimpton Harper hotel downtown, the Italian dining destination will serve a three-course plated brunch special in addition to the regular menu. Patrons can choose from the wild berry smoothie or a mimosa before having the salmon frittata with the malted waffle topped with Nutella whipped cream for dessert. The meal is $26 and will be served from 6:30 am-3 pm. Add a flight of mimosas for $16. Bring the kids as all children will leave with a fun Easter takeaway.

Jane Southlake
It's an Easter weekend special-edition double-header with brunch, bubbles, and strings. They'll be hosting a mid-day brunch on Saturday and Sunday with baked bread pudding French toast, chicken & waffle sliders, yellow pepper hummus board, avocado toast, coffee, mimosas, or mid-day cocktails as Zuriel performs live on the electric violin from 12-3 pm.

Jellico's at Westin Southlake
Partake in chef Jenna Kinard’s Sunday brunch buffet, which will feature lemon poppyseed pancakes, yogurt parfaits, frittatas, honey baked ham, and cedar plank salmon. The buffet will be $60 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

Live! by Loews
The Arlington hotel located steps from Texas Live!, AT&T Stadium, and Globe Life Field will offer an Easter brunch buffet that comes with an Easter egg hunt for kids. Menu stations include chilled seafood and specialty entrees like braised lamb ossobuco and Southern fried chicken. Brunch will be served from 11 am-2 pm and is $75 for adults and $40 for children 12 and under. Stay for the egg hunt on the lawn at 3 pm. 

Malai Kitchen
The upscale Thai destination will feature special Easter brunch offerings, including salmon sushi spring rolls, Vietnamese barbecue lamb chops, and mile-high banana crème pie in addition to the regular brunch menu. Brunch will be served 11 am-3 pm.

Omni Fort Worth Hotel
The family-friendly brunch buffet will feature a petting zoo, egg hunt, egg decorating station, live music, and even the Easter Bunny himself. Menu highlights include carved pistachio gremolata-stuffed lamb, chilled seafood display, free range eggs to order, and rocky road bread pudding. Brunch is $72 for adults and $40 for children 6-12, plus tax and service charge.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
The Grapevine steakhouse will open early on Easter Sunday at 11 am to serve brunch specialties, including triple-glazed ham, caramelized prime rib and brunch cocktails. Don’t forget to order the white chocolate cheesecake. There are lots of option to order meals to-go, too. A family-style meal for four includes soup or salad, whipped potatoes, green bean almondine, and either ham ($139) or prime rib ($199). Meals may be picked up ready to reheat April 15-17, or hot and ready to eat on April 17.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House
The downtown steakhouse will offer an Easter celebration feast to-go that feeds four for $195. It’ll come with roasted beef tenderloin, a starter, two sides and four chocolate sin cakes. Pick it up hot and ready on either April 16 or 17 from 12-4 pm. Order with at least 48 hours’ notice. The restaurant will also be open expanded hours for Easter Sunday dining from 11 am-8:30 pm.

Toro Toro
The Pan-Latin restaurant inside the Worthington Renaissance hotel downtown will serve a brunch buffet featuring several new stations, including ceviche, salad station, and a grill station. The latter will offer the trending birria tacos made with short rib. Traditional brunch specialties will also be on the menu, along with an array of mimosas and bloody marys. The brunch is $59 per person ($18 for children 12 and under) and will be served from 10 am-3 pm. 

Truluck’s
In addition to the Southlake seafood and steak destination’s regular menu, Truluck’s will serve an entrée special of Florida lobster thermidor ($125), made with lobster tail simmered in a creamy shellfish sauce with Havarti, mushrooms and tarragon. Pair it with the Easter Bloom cocktail special made from cognac, almond syrup, and citrus juices served in a martini glass garnished with dried tea roses and an orchid.

Wicked Butcher
The modern steakhouse located in the basement-level of The Sinclair hotel downtown will serve an a la carte menu of soups, salads, brunch dishes, steaks, and desserts. Highlights include cauliflower soup, shrimp Louie, Nutella-stuffed French toast, steak and eggs, breakfast tacos, and olive oil cake. Brunch will be served from 11 am-3 pm. 

97 West
The Hotel Drover restaurant in the Fort Worth Stockyards will serve a “Texas-infused” Easter brunch menu featuring dishes using ingredients from Texas farms and ranches. Menu highlights include cast iron cinnamon rolls, apple-churro pancakes, and hot chicken and biscuits. Brunch will be served from 8 am-3 pm. Don’t miss the Buckin’ Bunny cocktail made with Blackland gin and garnished with a Peep. Restaurant and hotel guests will also get to partake in an Easter egg hunt for both adults and kids. Find a golden egg and be treated to a one-night mid-week stay with complimentary pool cabana, two rodeo tickets, $100 resort credit, and two robes. Hunts will take place at 11 am and 2 pm. Live bunnies, including the Easter Bunny himself, will also be on-site.