No longer does Easter brunch and dinner revolve around a honey glazed ham and strawberry angel food cake. Whether you are celebrating with family or with friends, Easter brunch and dinner are a perfect opportunity to explore new restaurants. Here are a few Houston favorites for any size group with cuisine choices ranging from Italian, seafood, Texan home cooking to American for your whole party to enjoy.

1200 Louisiana St. (atop Hyatt Regency Houston)
Houston, Texas 77002
(713) 375 4775


Price: $8 to $37
Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Be sure to make reservations at one of Houston’s best kept seafood secrets, the Spindletop. Located on the top of the Hyatt Regency the Spindletop is covered in wall-to-wall glass windows and spins around 360 degrees every 45 minutes while you eat. This unique restaurant offers an unbelievable view of the city of Houston and all of her landmarks. The chefs take fresh seafood, mix in traditional Southwestern recipes, and add in a new twist to create the menu, perfect for your family’s Easter brunch. Be sure to come back for the rest of your special events and parties.

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2520 Amherst
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 529-2420


Price: $8 to $28
Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The best of Italy and Houston combined to form Prego. A perfect getaway for an Italian Easter Brunch with the family and friends, Prego’s award winning restaurant and Chef Watt will leave your mouth watering and wanting more. Be sure to try the bread with olive oil, duck or prego ravioli, crab cakes, lasagna, and the party room for large families. If it is not Italian you crave for Easter, be sure to check out Prego’s sister cafes Backstreet Café and Hugos Restraurant.

Taste of Texas
10505 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
(713) 932-6901


Price: $4.95 to $68
Sunday Hours: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Taste of Texas is the place to eat if you want the best burgers, seafood and steaks. Unlike most restaurants, you can order your steak online if you happen to find yourself outside of Houston. A favorite place to eat a good Texas home-cooked meal, it is perfect for your Easter dinner. It also houses room for even a large family gathering. Keep stopping by Taste of Texas even after Easter to partake in their history and cooking classes.

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2424 Dunstan
Houston, TX 77005 (in the Rice Village)
(713) 522-7602


West End
5922 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 868-1131

Price: $5 to $26
Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for both locations

Both Benjy’s locations are owned by Benjy Levit, who created two trendy restaurants and bars with lounges inspired by modern American cuisine with seasonal menus. Able to sit inside, outside, upstairs and downstairs, Benjy’s offers a modern twist to the traditional Easter brunchand is a great place to take your spouse and friends to eat. Be sure to try a few of the favorites – crispy calamari, housemade chicken sausage pizza, goat cheese cakes, ravioli, the breakfast platter, salmon salad special and the open egg sandwich.

Kelli Kelly is a freelance writer who resides in Houston, Texas. Discovering how to make recipes family friendly, healthy, and in a short amount of time 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