Easter in Austin

There are many options for Easter Sunday in Austin whether you want to go for a fancy buffet, a more casual menu or bring the goods home to host your own meal. I highly recommend making reservations for Easter Sunday as it is one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants.

Driskill Grill

The Deal: The Driskill puts on a fancier brunch buffet which includes omelets, fresh seafood, desserts from the hotel’s bakery and more. Brunch will go from 9am-3pm and costs $95 per person and $45 for children.

Dai Due

The Deal: This Asian-inspired shop offers preorders for your Easter meal including various lamb dishes and a rabbit stuffed with bacon, mushrooms, and more to bring home. Call to preorder!

Hotel Ella Goodall’s Kitchen + Bar

The Deal: Hotel Ella is a quaint little hotel in Austin and makes the perfect backdrop for Easter Brunch. They will be serving up a $72 buffet for adults and $25 for children under 12. Check out the spread from 11am-5pm.

Josephine House

The Deal: Josephine House is one of my favorite brunch spots in Austin so they will no doubt be creating a rich and delicious three-course brunch with a pastry basket, choice of entree, and dessert for $65. Reservations needed!


The Deal: Jeffrey’s upscale Easter buffet will include truffled deviled eggs, lamb porchetta, pastries, a seafood tower and more. While the price is a little higher than some of the other places ($110/adults, $45/children), you will get a high-class, delicious meal that is worth it!

Olive & June

The Deal: This cute little Italian spot created a special menu for Easter Sunday. Head there for brunch between 10:30am-2pm or for dinner from 5pm-9pm.

Eden East at Springdale Farm

The Deal: If you want to get a little bit out of town, make a reservation in advance and head to Eden East for brunch from 11am-3pm for $65/person. The food here is always literally farm-to-table and Easter brunch will be no different. Think passed appetizers, family-style plates like a garden vegetable quiche, smoked beef ribs, and sweets. The best part? Complimentary mimosas!

Cafe Josie

The Deal: $25 unlimited brunch plates with favorites like buttermilk pancakes, Quiche Lorraine, Breakfast Tater Tot Casserole, and Fried Gulf Shrimp & Grits, as well as $3 mimosas.

Chocolaterie Tessa

The Deal: If you’re feeling fancy and want to grab some unique chocolate eggs, check out the ones at Chocolaterie Tessa. $32 for a large egg or $20 for small one with many combinations of chocolates, designs and fillings.

PASSOVER OPTION: Biderman’s Deli

Biderman’s Deli is taking preorders for Passover offerings to go. The Jewish-inspired deli is featuring Matzo Balls, Chopped Liver, Charoset and Chicken Soup for pickup. Email orders to catering@bidermansdeli.com. Chag Sameach!

Wherever you decide to go for Easter or order for Passover, I hope you have a great holiday surrounded by friends and family!

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Kiera Andrews