With Easter just around the corner, there are bound to be plenty of opportunities to go out for brunch. We are looking for the perfect place to go enjoy a great meal after church this weekend. Here are some local options I’ve found:
Blue Mesa Grill – This has always been one of my favorite brunches around. For $17.95 you get a huge buffet including enchiladas, fajitas, their signature adobe pie, omelet bar, salads, waffles, fruit, migas, corn cake (maybe my favorite thing at Blue Mesa!) and desserts. Also included are drinks (champagne, mimosas, coffee, tea, or soft drinks). Blue Mesa is in Southlake at 1586 E. Southlake Blvd.
Ferrari’s Italian Villa – This is right here in Grapevine at 1200 William D. Tate Avenue. Their special Easter Menu includes crepes, frittatas, omelets and pasta, and their regular menu will also be available.
Silver Fox – Right across the street from Ferrari’s, at 1235 William D. Tate. They are offering a special 3 course brunch menu as well as a limited version of the regular menu, from 11 am. to 5 p.m. Also included is a special Easter treat for children.
Vineyard Steakhouse – This is not a place we have tried before but I am intrigued to visit. I am happy to see so many nice restaurants in a community of this size. Their Easter brunch menu is $38.95 and includes brunch standbys like waffles and omelets, along with fancier items such as garlic/rosemary leg of lamb and sundried cherry/goat cheese stuffed pork loin. YUM. It’s definitely pricey but if you have the money to spend, from the looks of the menu it will be totally worth it. Vineyard Steakhouse is located at 1000 Texan Trail (at Northwest Highway).
Riverwalk Cantina – In the Gaylord Texan. Their menu looks amazing and includes breads (chipotle flatbread – very interesting), salads, smoked salmon, soups, cheeses, beef tenderloin, prime rib, leg of lamb, an omelet station, and waffles, as well as desserts. One mimosa is included. Price is $45.
Of course, although they don’t have special Easter menus that I have found, some of our favorite breakfast places like Old West Cafe, Biscuits, and Snooty Pig are always very solid choices (and less expensive and quite possibly less crowded). There will be no shortage of places to have a great brunch on Easter, of that I am certain.