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Brunch Of The Week: Easter, Egg Hunt

Searching for an incredibly memorable—and delicious—Easter brunch?

Sure, pretty much every place we cover here week after week will be serving up holiday huevos, but the occasion also means that certain fine-dining establishments open their doors for a meal they don’t usually offer.

And that’s great news for anyone who wants to experience some of the city’s top restaurants in a new way. Three of our all-time favorites join in on the Bunny Funday, but you need to make reservations now to hold your spot on April 21 because they’re going fast.

Price: $95, includes appetizer, entrée, and a trip to the dessert bar
Menu highlights: Baked egg with crab and mushrooms; toasted brioche with duck confit and fried egg with hollandaise; ricotta pancakes with blueberry-lemon compote.
400 South Record Street, Suite 150, Dallas

Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
Price: $51 to $58
Menu highlights: Maitake mushroom quiche with black truffle, fresh scallion, aged cheddar and microgreens; Korean fried chicken and waffles with doenjang waffles, gochujang honey, sesame, and scallions; Steak and eggs with grilled beef filet, poached egg, caviar hollandaise, watercress and truffle vinaigrette.
Reunion Tower, 300 Reunion Boulevard, Dallas

The French Room
Price: $90
Menu highlights: For their first-ever Easter brunch, enjoy a decadent brunch buffet with classic dishes and French Room favorites.
1321 Commerce Street, Dallas