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16 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Dallas

Adult Easter egg hunting, brunch specials, and over a dozen ways to celebrate Easter this year in Dallas.
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Whether you adorn the table with fresh tulips for an intimate spring meal or secure a reservation at a beloved Dallas restaurant, the Easter season is the perfect time to welcome spring and look toward a patio. Here is a selection of brunches, family-friendly activities, and Easter egg hunts.

Hunt for Eggs

Apr. 17, 12 p.m. | ArtPark at Trinity Groves

Who says Easter egg hunts are only for kids? Grab your 21+ friends for an all-day adventure in Trinity Groves. The open-air event will feature a live DJ. Prizes from the hunt include drink vouchers at participating restaurants in the development and a $500 gift card. Pregame for the adults-only Easter egg hunt with a speciality Cottontail margarita.

‘Tis the Season

Apr. 17, 10 a.m. | Seasons 52

Order brunch classics like a crab and cheddar quiche, french toast, and wood-fired shrimp and grits with a sangria or floral rose lemonade. For those looking for some spice, rest assured there will be Bloody Marys.

Pascua Patio Style

Apr. 17, 10:30 a.m. | Sevy’s Grill

For over 22 years, the Dallas staple has welcomed families across North Texas with a selection of almond crusted trout, lobster bisque, and grilled beef tenderloin. Continue the Easter tradition with a three-course brunch service.

Munch on a New Brunch

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | The Capital Grille

For the love of lobster! The two-claw crustacean is the focal point of the steakhouse chain’s new menu, which includes lobster frittatas and butter-packed lobster tails. Create your own surf n’ turf with a hearty NY strip and eggs or Filet Mignon with white cheddar hash browns.

Radiate Elegance

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | Ocean Prime

Celebrate the arrival of spring with new citrus cocktails like a Tequila sour with grapefruit juice and orange bitters or a citrus rhubarb mimosa. The new menu is a pescatarian lover’s dream of smoked salmon latkes, blackened salmon salad, and crab cake eggs Benedict.

Fork it Up

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | III Forks

Munch away at freshly-baked bread from the restaurant’s bakery as you graze on Filet Mignon and eggs. Wash it down with a Tito’s Bloody Mary.

Get Brewed Up

Apr. 15-17, 11 a.m. | The French Room 

Order a bottle of champagne for the table as you nibble on lavender scones, raspberry and lemon tarts, and smoked salmon mousse eclairs.

Rise & Shine

Now until April 13 | Rise + Thyme

Grab a picnic basket to-go for an Easter celebration in the park. The AT&T Discovery District coffee spot will offer a prepared meal of deviled eggs, avocado toast, roasted lamb, and kale and shiitake juices available for pre-order.

Brunch it Up Brasserie Style

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | Toussaint Brasserie 

Elevate your brunch game with a new menu of beef bourguignon hash, banana macadamia nut pancakes, and a frozen French 75.

Celebrate in Pure Texan Fashion

Now until April 13 | Ten50 BBQ 

It’s not an Easter Sunday in Texas without a BBQ’s brisket. Whether you are in need of a spiral sliced glazed ham for the family or last minute sides of brisket baked beans, green beans or key lime pie to finish the meal.

Bloom and Chew  

Apr. 16 – 17, 10:30 a.m. | Dallas Arboretum

Commemorate the spring holiday with a brunch of fluffy farm-fresh eggs, thick cut apple smoked bacon, zesty chicken marsala, and more at the DeGolyer House at the Dallas Arboretum.

Stuff Yourself

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | Sloane’s Corner

Devour three courses of strawberry ricotta pancakes, lobster and avocado salad, and a premium burger at the casual and chic restaurant near the Arts District.

Go Underground

Apr. 17, 11 a.m. | Dakota’s Steakhouse

Gaze upon the waterfalls at the downtown steakhouse, which offers a specialty spring menu that includes a country French style omelet and crab cake Benedict.

Bite into Bold Flavors

Apr. 17, 10 a.m. | El Bolero

Find a seafood smorgasbord of poached jumbo shrimp, grilled swordfish, and crab cakes for a non-traditional Easter brunch. Complete the meal with a ginger rose margarita or a blue bunny margarita.

Feast at Eataly

Now until April 13th | Eataly Dallas

Revamp your Easter dinner with formaggi platters, freshly baked breads, slow-cooked lamb with mint, and pastier (an Easter tart composed of ricotta and orange.) Or book a reservation at accompanying Terra to order their exclusive brunch menu.

Calm Your Cravings

Now until April 17 | Kate Weiser Chocolate

Delight in the new flavors for spring at this cosmopolitan chocolate shop. Order a sampling of salted caramel, malted milk, carrot cake, strawberry swirl, and peanut brittle bonbons for the holiday.


Jacob Villalobos

Jacob Villalobos