With over 200 restaurants, scenic views and multiple bluebonnet photo ops, there is no shortage of ways to celebrate Easter weekend in Las Colinas. Whether you’re going the traditional route with an at-home feast or wining and dining at your favorite Las Colinas restaurant, we’ve rounded up the best Easter specials in Las Colinas along with some other added fun for the holiday weekend.
Get yourself in and out of the kitchen in about an hour with Whiskey Cake’s “Hare Necessities” Meal Kit.
Serves: 4-6 people
- Duroc Ham with glaze $85 OR Prime Rib with garlic au jus and horseradish sauce $125
- Both $160
Includes: farm salad with white balsamic vinaigrette / sage-spiced roasted potatoes / creamy brussels sprouts with bacon (on the side) / six dinner rolls and honey butter
- Ham $35
- Two whole chickens $19
- Family size adult mac-n-cheese $15
- Deviled eggs (5) $6.50
- Half Whiskey Cake $29
- Whole Whiskey Cake $57
- Thursday, April 1st and Friday, April 2nd: noon-8 pm
- Saturday April 3rd: 11 am-4 pm
Click here to place your order or make a dine-in reservation.
Dine in for Easter at LAW at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. Enjoy a four-course a la carte menu featuring traditional breakfast and brunch favorites as well as specialty dishes crafted by Executive Chef Christof Syré and the LAW culinary team.
Start: Spring salad and seafood platter fit for a king with Alaskan king crab, poached shrimp and sushi sampler
Second: Chef’s famous churro pancakes drizzled with dulce de leche crème sauce and chocolate crumbles.
Main course: Select from Texas honey glazed ham sourced from family-owned and operated Snake River Farms, rack of lamb or honey chipotle salmon
Dessert: Indulge in a coconut mango torte or mixed berry shortcake for a sweet ending to an unforgettable meal.
Bonus: Snap a photo with the Easter Bunny as he hops around the restaurant.
Seatings from 10 am – 3 pm
- Adults – $95 including two complimentary Mimosas or Bloody Marys
- Children under 12 – $45
Prices exclusive of tax and 18 percent service charge
Lamberti’s will be hosting an Easter brunch buffet by reservation only this Sunday, April 4th. Menu items will include rack of lamb, rib-eye roast, and sliced ham, accompanying sides such as mashed potatoes, marsala glazed carrots, alfredo mac-n-cheese and more delectable dishes.
- Adults – $24.95
- Children under 12 – $12.95
The pups might have it better than the kids this year with all the fun Homegrown Hounds is hosting. Treat your furry best friend to tail-wagging Easter surprises and their very own bacon egg hunt!
7th Annual Easter Bacon Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 3rd | 2-4 pm
2-3 pm: The festivities kick off with Easter Bunny photos happening inside of Homegrown Hounds. Pack in as many pups as you want into one photo. Price: $10 donation
Activities: Easter paw paintings and a carrot toss game. Plus, Easter baskets and treats available for purchase.
3 pm: The Easter Bacon Egg Hunt will take place on the grass lawn next to Homegrown Hounds. There will be prizes up for grabs for humans too. All hunting dogs must be leashed, and owners are expected to keep them at a respectful distance of other furry hunters. Price: $10 for one dog, $15 for two
Easter Treats from Homegrown Hounds
Peeps Egg Smash
The carob smash eggs come with a wooden hammer to break open and reveal the tasty peeps treats hidden inside. Or let your dog lick off the peanut butter and break it open themselves. The peeps are made with Greek yogurt, coconut flour and all-natural food coloring. Choose from a Peep bunny or two Peep chicks inside. Peeps Egg Smash gifts are available only by pre-order.
Bunny Bundt Cake
Treat your pup to a Bunny Bundt Cake with a Peep surprise in the middle. Pre-order your cake by April 1st to pick-up on Easter.
Serves: 8-10 dogs (depending on size)
Join Mexican Sugar Las Colinas for Easter Brunch Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm. Their brunch and regular menus will be available. Reserve your table here.
Blaze will be open on Easter Sunday with their full menu including Lobster! They will be open begginigng at 11 am. To ensure your spot, reserve your feast here.
Bluebonnets in Bloom
Fortunately, February’s deep freeze did not affect bluebonnet season. In fact, the snow actually helped by insulating the bluebonnets according to Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. The bluebonnets have appeared right on schedule and have begun popping up all over Las Colinas. This Easter weekend is the perfect time to take your annual Bluebonnet photos. Here are the top spots in Las Colinas to see and celebrate the return of our state flower.
Dallas College North Lake Campus
5001 N MacArthur Blvd.
Irving, TX 75038
501 West Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
West Las Colinas Blvd.
Best photo op: the field across from Toyota Music Factory
Highway 114 East and Westbound
For the safety of you and others, please remain in your vehicle while enjoying this Bluebonnet view.