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Best Restaurants For Easter Brunch 2013 In Houston

March 20, 2013 7:00 AM

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Photo Credit: Rainbow Lodge

Photo Credit: Rainbow Lodge

Easter is a beautiful day to enjoy a morning out with family and friends eating brunch at some of Houston’s finest restaurants. Most are open every weekend for brunch, but on Easter Sunday you should find special dishes, chocolates, Easter egg hunts and even the Easter Bunny. So grab your family and friends and venture out for Easter Brunch. It will be an eggtastic time.
Avalon Diner
12810 Southwest Freeway
Stafford, TX 77477
(281) 240-0213
www.avalondinner.comAvalon Diner offers a relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere. With most of the dishes are priced under $9, you can choose between plates such as fried egg sandwich, pancakes and waffles of all kinds, chicken and biscuits, breakfast quesadillas, cowboy steak and eggs, chicken fried steak and eggs, and omelets. Be sure to add one of Avalon Diner’s shakes, pies or sundaes for dessert. Continue to come and eat throughout the rest of the year. Avalon Diner will quickly become a family favorite.

Cafe Benedicte

15455 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX 77079
(281) 558-6607
www.cafebenedicte.com

Drive on over to enjoy an Easter brunch in the Mediterranean  Cafe Benedicte brings Greek, Southern French, Spanish, Italian, and Northern African food to life in a way no other restaurant has in Houston. You will be able to choose from dishes like French toast with Hawaiian bread, Tuscan waffles, omelettes of every kind, chicken stuffed crepes, meat lovers bread pudding, and so much more from their usual brunch menu. Or you can take a peak at their custom design Easter menu. Cafe Benedicte is offering a great deal on mimosas, bellinis, and their other brunch drinks. Cafe Benedicte offers such a wide variety of dishes and drinks that it does not matter if you choose from the multi-course Easter menus or their regular brunch menus, you and your guests will enjoy an Easter brunch like no other.

Rainbow Lodge
2011 Ella Blvd
Houston, TX 77008
(713) 861-8666
www.rainbowlodge.comSunday morning brunches are legend at the Rainbow Lodge. With an array of dishes like griddled shrimp salad, slow cooked pork sliders, shrimp and grits, crab cakes, and ham. Located in a 100 year old log cabin, Rainbow Lodge is a perfect place for Easter brunch. A little country in the city, the Rainbow Lodge showcases their love of fresh game, the best of the Gulf Coast seafood and other Houston food favorites like pasta and sandwiches. Cozy up with your family and friends around an amazing three course meal, dessert, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Make sure you try their $.99 Mimosas.
Brennan’s Of Houston
3300 Smith St.
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 522-9711
www.brennans.comOne of Houston’s favorite places for Easter brunch, Brennan’s offers a delightful feast for you and your family. Choose from a three course meal full of delicious food and entertainment from the bunny petting zoo, an Easter egg hunt, and a visit from the Easter Bunny himself. Some of the menu items include smoked shrimp and okra gumbo, Texas watermelon salad, BBQ shrimp shortcake, Texas pecan crusted fish, blueberry creole cream cheese pancakes, with Mama Florence’s carrot cake and bananas foster for dessert. Easter Brunch at Brennan’s will make for an unforgettable day.
Hugo’s
1600 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 524-7744
www.hugos.comBring your friends and family to Hugo’s for Easter Brunch. You will enjoy a Mexican buffet feast with dishes like huevos rancheros, enchiladas de pollo, along with many more items, desserts, and cocktails like you have never drank before. At Hugo’s you will be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the live music from the band Viento. Make sure you hop on over to the Easter egg hunt before you leave.
Related: Best Bets for Eating Out on Easter in Houston 

Kelli Kelly is a freelance writer who resides in Houston, Texas. Discovering how to make recipes family friendly, healthy, and quick using ingredients that can usually be found in your pantry already is a passion of Kelli’s. She also helps to teach children’s cooking/baking classes and parties. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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