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Easter in Houston? Make room for Brennan's Easter brunch!

Friday, April 6, 2012 by The Texas Travelin' Man

What are you making for the big Easter meal?   How about reservations!   If you're looking for a delicious and memorable Easter brunch, you can't do much better than Brennan's of Houston.

The Brennan's legacy started in New Orleans and in 1967, they ventured into Texas with Brennan’s of Houston.  In the early years, the Houston restaurant was a copy of it's New Orleans big brother, but it soon started to absorb some of the local cuisine flavors and available fresh foods. Today, the menu reflects a perfect fusion of southern Louisiana Creole cooking blended with the Mexican flavors so prevalent in Texas cuisine.  For example, you'll find crawfish enchilada, wrapped in a tortilla and topped with pico de gallo sauce. 

Easter is a family event at Brennan's.  Children love the table-side visits by the Easter Bunny and the bunny garden in the courtyard where real rabbits can be held and cuddled.  Adults love the special Easter brunch menu which features a wide variety of delicious options, including many of the restaurant's classic Texas-Creole selections.  Starters include Texas Wild Shrimp Remoulade and BBQ Breaux Bridge Crawfish Shortcake.  Entrées may include Eggs "Brennan", Pecan-crusted Redfish or Texas Bobwhite Quail.

No holiday feast  is complete without dessert and here at Brennans' you don't want to miss out on the famous sweet treat that began with this family -- bananas foster, flambéed right at your table.  It's as dramatic as it is delicious.  


Whatever you're eating and wherever you may be, I'd like to wish all my readers a very Happy Easter!

Brennan's of Houston
3300 Smith Street
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 522-9711