Easter 2015: What does a $92 buffet include?

By Syd Kearney | March 26, 2015

Easter always has been a day for families eating out. Some will use any excuse to wear their best new dress and hat for just a little longer.


With so many choices, some restaurateurs look for a gimmick to set them apart. That's why on April 5, you'll find places such as Tony Mandola's doing an Easter egg hunt and Brennan's bringing in live bunnies for the kids to enjoy.


The most elaborate Easter celebration I've found so far also is the most expensive. It's at the Four Seasons, where the activities include not only a photos with the Easter Bunny, a storyteller, an egg-painting craft station and complimentary Mimosas and Bloody Marys for the parents.


The brunch, served from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. April 5, features more than 70 items including leg of lamb and housemade pasta.


So what's all this fun and deliciousness going to cost you? It's $92 for adults and $39 for ages 6-12, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are a must. Call 713-276-4700. The hotel is located at 1300 Lamar.


If that sounds too much for your budget, click through the slideshow for more Easter 2015  brunches and buffets