The bluebonnets are in bloom and Peter Cottontail is on his way, that can only mean one thing; Easter is almost here! Las Colinas restaurants, hotels and businesses are ready for you and the family this year with egg hunts, brunch specials and even some fun for Fido. Read below for the best Easter specials in Las Colinas.
On April 17, The Ranch at Las Colinas is hosting an Extravagant Easter Brunch Buffet. Guests can enjoy authentic ranch-to-table cuisine from a Texas seafood bar, carving station, taco bar, breakfast station. Heartier selections include crispy chicken fried steak, blackened Texas gulf snapper, cornmeal crusted catfish and more. This delicious buffet is $49.95 for adults, $19.95 for children ages five to twelve and free for ages four and under.
Blaze Brazilian Steakhouse will be open Sunday, April 17th and reservations begin at 11 a.m. Enjoy live music from DJ Tommie Blaze while you and the family enjoy a wide selection of cuts of meat, sides and desserts. Click here to make your reservation.
Celebrate Easter with an Italian feast from Lamberti’s. The regular menu will be available as well as their brunch menu. Click here to make your reservation.
Omni Las Colinas is hosting a buffet brunch on Sunday, April 17th. The brunch spread will feature chilled seafood, breakfast offerings, an omelet station, carving station, desserts, kids dishes and more.
Activities for the kiddos
Omni Las Colinas also hosts an egg hunts at noon and 2 p.m. on the event lawn. To participate in the egg hunt, please bring an Easter basket for the kids. In addition to the egg hunt, kids will have the opportunity to enjoy crafts and face painting from noon to 2 p.m. These activities are available to brunch patrons. To make your reservation call 972-556-0800. Seating is available every half hour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Brunch is $65 for adults, $29 for children six to twelve and complimentary for children five and under.
Via Real will be open Easter Sunday with their famous brunch spread and closed for dinner service. The buffet brunch includes Via Real favorites, breakfast dishes, a carving station, salads, soup, sides and desserts. Seating is available at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1:45 p.m. Click here to make your reservation.
Enjoy Easter Sunday brunch at Bar Louie with $2 mimosas until 3 p.m. Their brunch menu features fan favorites such as omelets, biscuits and bacon along with gastro-pub unique dishes like their bacon and egg flatbread and all-nighter burger.
The City of Irving is hosting two Easter themed events for Irving kiddos. On Saturday, April 9th Irving recreation centers are taking part in a City Wide Egg Hunt. Egg hunts will be for children ages two to ten and the eggs will be filled with candy and toys. After collecting eggs, kids can enjoy arts and crafts and other entertainment. Don’t forget to bring a camera to get a free photo with the Easter Bunny. Admission is free. Click here to find a list of participating Irving Recreation Centers.
From 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday April 9th, youth ages 11 to 14 are invited to the City of Irving’s Eggs’n’Jam at the Heritage Aquatic Center. This indoor swim party and egg hunt will include pool games, free pizza and an egg hunt in the pool. Admission is free but space is limited. Click here to register.
Egg hunts aren’t just for human children, fur children can join the fun, too! On Sunday, April 17th, Homegrown Hounds Dog Deli and Bakery is hosting a bacon filled egg hunt for your furry friend. The Easter bunny will be there for photos and your pup can create an Easter themed paw painting. Tickets are $10 for one dog and $15 for two. Click here to purchase your ticket.
The beloved Texas state flower is in full bloom and ready for your yearly bluebonnet photos. Click here to read our guide of where to locate bluebonnets in Las Colinas.