Top Restaurants To Reserve Your Easter Brunch In Houston

March 4, 2015 7:00 AM

This Easter, don’t wait until the last minute to make your brunch reservations. There are some classy restaurants to take your family to around town. While not every place will allow you to reserve a table on Easter, these are some of the best places that do. Be sure to call the restaurants directly for any updates on menus or to make reservations. If you need more ideas, check out the previous installments for the best places to get Easter brunch from years’ past.

Rio Ranch
9999 Westheimer St.
Houston, TX 77042
(713) 952-5000
www.rioranch.com

Rio Ranch is a staple for many families on Easter Sunday. In previous years, the brunch menu has included prime rib, salmon, ham, lamb, pancakes, eggs and many other breakfast treats and desserts. As a buffet, there are several stations where you can find a selection of various foods. This restaurant is a small taste of the Texas Hill Country right in west Houston.
 
Rudi Lechner’s Restaurant and Bar
2503 S. Gessner Road.
Houston, TX 77063
(713) 782-1180
www.rudilechners.com

If you get tired of ham and deviled eggs, try Rudi Lechner’s for something a little different this Easter. You can try the Easter buffet for $29 per adult. In addition to the traditional ham and lamb and quiche on the brunch buffet, you can also get European treats such as Polish sausage, sauerkraut, goulash and strudel. This brunch will be from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. this Easter Sunday.
 
Brennan’s of Houston
3300 Smith St
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 522-9711
www.brennanshouston.com

You don’t have to go to New Orleans to visit a famous Brennan’s restaurant. Brennan’s of Houston has a bit of Louisiana spice, but the dishes are all served with a Texas kick. This fine-dining establishment also has been known for its past Easter brunches, which have featured foods such as turtle soup, crawfish omelets, quail and bread pudding. Each year, the Easter Bunny makes a visit to the diners at Brennan’s and a jazz band keeps the adults happy.
 
Related: Best Restaurants for Easter Brunch 2013 in Houston

Triniti Restaurant and Bar
2815 S. Shepherd Drive
Houston, TX 77098
(713) 527-9090
www.trinitirestaurant.com

At Triniti, executive chef Ryan Hildebrand has been preparing unusual and flavorful dishes for the restaurant’s tasting menu. In 2013, Triniti was named as one of the best Easter brunch spots in town by 365 Things to Do in Houston. This year, make Triniti part of your Easter plans and Chef Hildebrand will surprise your senses with dishes that may include things on Triniti’s brunch menu, such as chicken fried steak and buttermilk biscuits. In the past, the Easter brunch has also included rabbit and veal, peach crisp, eggs benedict and french toast. Because the dishes at Triniti are prepared based on availability of local ingredients, call the restaurant for the most up-to-date Easter brunch list.
 
Luna Restaurant at Hilton Houston NASA Clear Lake
3000 NASA Road 1
Houston, TX 77058
(281) 333-9300
www3.hilton.com

Take off with your Easter brunch at the Luna Restaurant located in the Hilton Houston Clear Lake location near NASA. Like many hotel dining rooms, this space offers a special holiday brunch, and you will be able to listen to the sounds of a local DJ while you dine this year at the Luna Restaurant. The price per adult is $36 and it includes a buffet brunch with favorites such as biscuits and gravy, deviled eggs, waffles, quiches, parfaits and more.

Crystal Hessong ia a freelance writer and a lifelong, fourth generation Houstonian. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.