Easter is upon us and local restaurateurs are at the ready to provide curbside holiday brunch options.

This list is not comprehensive and will continue to be updated. Please confirm each restaurants’ requirements regarding ordering times and pick-up details. *Updated on April 9 to reflect restaurants still accepting orders.*


B&B Butchers

B&B Butchers has a three-course meal with your choice of ham, pork crown roast, beef or lamb. The sides make the meal and I can’t recommend the corn soufflé enough. Ditto for the NY Cheesecake –– it’s as close as you’re likely to get to the famous Junior’s Restaurant version here in Tarrant County. Pricing and the portion amounts are per item. View the menu and order here.

 


Blue Mesa

Blue Mesa usually puts on a decadent brunch, and this year is no exception. Service for four runs $60 and includes migas, the sublime brisket hash, cinnamon French toast casserole, and of course, the delicious corn cake! Add a DIY mimosa kit (a quart of OJ and a bottle of champagne) for $15. View the menu and order here

 


Del Frisco's

Del Frisco’s Grille and Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse offer a double bonus for Easter Brunch. Take advantage of Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse’s classic menu selection at $60 per person featuring the best things from their kitchen, like Prime Rib, crab cakes, and strawberry cheesecake for dessert. Also, all wines by the bottle under $400 are half price –– this might be a good time to raid the legendary Del’s wine cellars. View the menu and order here

Del Frisco’s Grille also offers a $60 per person menu that starts with complimentary (legendary) DFG deviled eggs. You choose fish, fowl, lamb or ham for your main dish, and get your favorites sides along with a choice of charcuterie board or smoked salmon platter and dessert. DFG also has a lovely supply of groceries if you need something to add to your Easter meal. View the menu and order here

 

The Capital Grille

The downtown fixture is offering an Easter menu that serves 4-6. Enjoy a whole rack of bone-in filet with sautéed mushrooms and horseradish cream, a salad, two sides and dessert for $185. You can elevate your experience by adding shrimp cocktail or lobster mac' n cheese and various soups. Already have your favorite side dishes whipped up? Order just a roast or hand-cut steaks at a la carte pricing. View the menu and order here

 

Reata Restaurant

Reata Restaurant has a generous curbside/to go bill of fare that includes both traditional menu items and family-style meals. The Easter Sunday menus include three package options that feeds 4-6 people and includes a complimentary mimosa package. Pricing starts at $104. View the menu and order here
 

 

Magdalena's 

Magdalena's is offering an a la carte menu featuring chicken salad deviled eggs ($8, 6 eggs), spring salad, a choice of tomato basil or chicken noodle soup, and four shareable mains (enchiladas, pork tenderloin, beef Wellington and a Spanish charcuterie and cheese board (that comes with a complimentary quart of sangria). Taco meat by the pound, various sides and plenty of desserts are also available for you to to truly make Easter brunch whatever you want. Please call 817-740-8085 or 817-296-8215, or email paige@magdalenastx.com to place orders. 

 

Paris 7th and Saint Emilion

Fort Worth's long-standing French restaurants Paris 7th and Saint Emilion are both offering online ordering as well as Easter Brunch menus. Choose from three main courses: rack of lamb, salmon Wellington and prime rib. Each packages serves two and comes with asparagus soup, seasonal salad, potato of your choice, vegetable of choice, dessert of choice and French baguette and butter. View the menu and order here.

 

Wishbone & Flynt

Wishbone & Flynt is smoking up an Easter Dinner to remember. Chef Stefon Rishel will be offering a hickory smoked leg of Niman Ranch lamb (that he'll be cooking in the restaurant lot on Saturday), minted peas, cumin and brown sugar carrots, herb roasted potatoes and chocolate mint pesto for dessert. The cost is $150 to feed 6-8 people!

Dinner must be ordered by Friday at noon for pickup on Saturday between 12-4 p.m. The restaurant will be closed Sunday to observe the Easter holiday.