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The Best Restaurants to Dine-In Or Order Takeout From This Easter Sunday in Dallas



PLANO, TX – Spring is here, which means Easter Sunday isn’t far behind. And it’s coming a bit early this year — April 4, to be exact. Reservations for Easter in Dallas book up quickly, so browse our list of the best Easter brunches and dinners for dine-in or to-go and get your spot saved.

This Knox-Henderson gem from celebrity chef Curtis Stone is offering a special Easter brunch on Sunday morning. For $85 per person, there will be a special two-course menu. Look out for details on the website, but you can already book your reservation on OpenTable.

In Bishop Arts, Encina is offering brunch on Easter Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm. Make sure to try favorites like the blue corn pancakes, egg sandwich, migas, stuffed French toast, brunch burger and more. Reservations can be made online

Mix it up this Easter with a Mexican brunch from this local Latin-inspired restaurant. Brunch favorites will be available including Cajeta French Toast, vanilla cinnamon pancakes, and chicken chilaquiles. Reserve your spot today on OpenTable.

This Easter Sunday, from 11 am to 3 pm, both steakhouse locations are offering a special brunch for the holiday for dine-in and curbside pickup. Highlights from the menu include strawberry topped pancakes, crab cake Benedict, prime rib, and sea bass. Reservations are required for dine-in and can be booked by calling 214-219-2201 (Oak Lawn) or 972-239-3400 (North).

On April 4, Perry’s will be offering several dine-in and to-go options including off-the-menu brunch items like eight-ounce filet Creole Benedict, crab cake Benedict, mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, and Brandy milk punch. You can also celebrate at home with an Easter Feast for Four To-Go available from April 2 to April 4. Choose between prime rib ($159), rack of lamb ($129), or chicken Cordon Bleu ($89) along with sides. Individual desserts like flourless chocolate cake and orange vanilla cream cheesecake can be added on for $7 each.