Our list of the top best Easter brunches in Houston, Texas

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If you’re looking for the best Houston Easter brunch, then you have a lot of great options.  There are so many great Easter brunches happening on Easter Sunday in H-Town.  The only question is: what’s the best Easter brunch in Houston, Texas?

Well, we came up with our list of some of the best options out there.

1. Rio Ranch Restaurant Easter Brunch

Rio Ranch Restaurant is an award-winning, upscale steakhouse serving authentic Texas Hill Country Cuisine in a ranch-style setting.

And they are hosting a great Easter brunch this year.  Just check out the food on this menu:

  • Roasted Salmon with Chipotle Orange Glaze
  • Applewood Smoked Ham with Pineapple
  • Ancho Coulis
  • Slow-roasted Brisket with Red Wine Demi-glace
  • White Coq au Vin
  • Roasted Asparagus and Crew-cut Carrots
  • Bacon Cheddar Macaroni and Cheese
  • Roasted New Potatoes with Herbs and Garlic
  • Mixed Greens and Specialty Salads
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Hashbrown Potatoes
  • Biscuits & Gravy
  • Omelet Bar with Breakfast Meats, Vegetables & Cheeses
  • Dessert Table with cakes and pies

The cost of the Easter brunch is $45 per person, $36 per senior, and $22.50 per child under 12 years old.

Rio Ranch Restaurant is located at Hilton Houston Westchase.  This is a West Houston hotel in the Westchase business district between the Energy Corridor and Galleria areas.  There’s a lot of shopping and attractions nearby.  If you want to stay at the hotel during your Easter vacation, you should check out the rates here.

2. Easter Brunch at Bloom and Bee

Bloom & Bee is a restaurant that is as pleasant on the eyes as it is on your tastebuds.  They use pastel colors, floral accents, and a lot of natural light to make their dining room have the feel of a lush garden.  This enhances your overall dining experience.  And they use fresh, locally-inspired cuisine to make the actual dining great, too.

They will once again be having their annual Easter brunch from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Easter Sunday, April 9, 2023.  It costs $75 per person and they have a prix fixe menu.

Easter Brunch Menu

For starters, you have a choice of Deviled Eggs (with Crispy Shallots, Black Truffle, Jalapeño Jam, and Prosciutto Dust) or She Crab Soup (consisting of Blue Jumbo Crab, Sherry Wine, Basil Oil, and Marigold).

For an entree, you have your choice of:

  • Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict & Hackleback Caviar (with Asparagus, Crispy Potatoes, and Hollandaise)
  • Cold Water Lobster Tail Asado (with Cheese Grits,  Lemon Onion Salad, and Crispy Leeks)
  • Wagyu Steak And Eggs (consisting of Skirt Steak, Two Eggs Any Style, and Caramelized Onions, Chimichurri Mash Potatoes, and Tear Drop Tomatoes
  • Bell & Evans Spinach and Mushroom Chicken Roulade (with Truffle Potato Mousseline, Heirloom Carrots, Spring Root Vegetables, and Pickle Mustard Seeds)
  • Colorado Harissa Lamb Rack (with Israeli Saffron Couscous, Swiss Chard, Rainbow Carrots, and Cream Thyme Scented Lamb Jus)

And then finally for dessert, you can enjoy a dessert buffet of French pastries:

  • Coconut Panna Cotta & Tropical Gelee Eggs
  • Marshmallow Peeps Carrot Patch Mousse
  • Bunny Tail Profiteroles
  • Carrot Cake Verrines
  • Humming Bird Nest Cupcakes
  • Chocolate Banana Tarts
  • Lemon Meringue Bars
  • Almond Raspberry Financiers
  • Mango Cheesecakes
  • Mixed Berry Tarts
  • Chocolate Bonbons
  • Cookies

Post Oak Hotel

You can find Bloom & Bee at The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston.  The Post Oak Hotel is the only Forbes Five-Star Hotel in all of Texas. It is also Houston’s only AAA Five-Diamond travel destination.  What would make your Easter truly remarkable is not only brunch there but a staycation there as well.  You can find the best price for this hotel here.

3. Easter Brunch at Four Seasons Hotel Houston

Toro Toro is a Pan-Latin steakhouse with flavors from Rodizio-style Churrasco.  They’re offering an Easter brunch this year with a Latin flair.  It costs $155 per adult and $65 per child.  You can book a reservation here.

Toro Toro is located in Four Seasons Hotel Houston on their third floor.  If you want a truly luxurious experience this Easter, then consider staying at the Four Seasons hotel.  It will make enjoying your brunch there all the easier.  They have guest rooms as large as two bedrooms so you and your family can stay here comfortably.  It’s in the heart of downtown and even has a full-service spa.  You can book your stay here for the best available rate.

4. 024 Grille Easter Brunch

024 Grille is a farm-to-table American cuisine restaurant in the Memorial City district of Houston.  They’ll be having their annual Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 9th, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  This kid-friendly brunch has brunch favorites and delicious desserts.  It costs $65 for adults and $35 for children.  You can book a reservation here.

024 Grille is located at The Westin Houston, Memorial City.  This hotel is connected via skywalk to the Memorial City Mall, so it offers a great location for guests.  It also has spacious rooms, an 18th-floor infinity-edge pool, and more.  You can get a great deal for the hotel here if you’d like to stay there during your Easter vacation.

5. Xochi Easter Brunch

Enjoy Oaxacan cuisine this Easter by having your brunch at Xochi.  Xochi will be serving their famous Sunday buffet, but on Easter Sunday, there will be a few special items just for Easter.  You can also add cocktails, coffees, and juices to your meal.  Oh, and there will be live music!  Find out how to make a reservation here.

Xochi is located in the Marriott Marquis Houston in downtown Houston.  Highlights of this hotel include the world’s largest Texas-shaped rooftop lazy river, an infinity pool,  and a connection to the George R. Brown Convention Center via a skywalk.  The hotel is currently on sale if you book your stay here.

6. South Shore Harbour Easter Brunch

South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center is the largest full-service waterside resort and conference center in Southeast Texas.  It is located on Clear Lake minutes away from Houston’s Hobby Airport and IH45.  And it just so happens that the hotel is currently on sale on this website here.  It would make for a wonderful nearby vacation and would make your Easter even more specially.

Especially because of their Easter brunch.  This Easter, you can enjoy a delicious Easter brunch at South Shore’s Crystal Ballroom.  It involves live music, delicious food, and $3 Mimosas!  It costs $22 for children ages 6 to 12 years old and for those 13 years old and older, it starts at $52.  You can book a reservation at 281-334-1000 ext. 2022.

7. Easter Brunch Buffet at Hugo’s

You can enjoy a traditional Mexican Brunch Buffet on Easter Sunday, April 9, 2023, at Hugo’s Restaurant in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston.  It takes place from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  Their houseband, Viento, will be playing live music.  It costs $55 per adult and $15 for children (with beverage, tax and gratuity not included).  You’ll need to call 713-524-7744 for reservations.  You can find out more info about Hugo’s Easter brunch here.

8. Sambuca Houston’s Easter Brunch

Sambuca Houston Restaurant also has a great Easter Brunch that even has a little live music.

Their chef has prepared a great Easter brunch menu that includes foods like:

  • Roast beef & ham carving stations
  • Roasted salmon with dill cream sauce
  • Made-to-order Belgian waffles
  • Roasted chicken
  • Scrambled eggs
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Shrimp Cocktail
  • Fruits
  • Breads
  • Salads
  • Desserts

This brunch also costs $55 for adults and $15 per person.  Find out how to make reservations here.

9. Sal y Pimienta Easter Brunch Buffet

Houston’s popular Uruguayan restaurant, Sal Y Pimienta Kitchen, is hosting an Easter brunch buffet with over 60 items to choose from.  You can of course expect some great food with a South American twist.  You can also expect bottomless mimosas and sangrias (your choice of white or red).  Learn more about this restaurant here.

10. Davis Street at Hermann Park Easter Brunch

The culinary experience at Davis Street at Hermann Park is truly one-of-a-kind.  Their chefs take their inspiration from so many different cuisines. The Gulf, the low country, New Orleans, Mexico’s Oaxacan region, Vietnam, the Caribbean – it’s all there.

They’ll be hosting an Easter brunch from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Find out more about this restaurant here.