Best spots for Easter Sunday Brunch in Austin – the Oasis and more!

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Best Of

The Oasis
I couldn’t think of a better place to enjoy Easter brunch than this cozy spot nestled 450 feet above Lake Travis. Take a look at their menu.

The Oasis Easter 2017 Brunch Buffet Menu

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks
This always reliable Seafood restaurant at The Domain has their Easter brunch scheduled from 10:30am to 1pm for a special menu. Regular menu served to 9:00 pm.

Café Blue Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar (Galleria and downtown)
The Galleria location and the new downtown location both will be offering brunch. If you don’t try the Lobster Eggs Benedict you’re doing yourself a disservice. One of our Top 25 restaurants.

III Forks Steakhouse and Seafood
Our favorite downtown steakhouse is opening early for Easter and will offer a brunch from 12:00 pm till 5:00 pm. You don’t want to miss this. Also in our Top 25 and every marbled bite is bliss!

Trio Restaurant
Austin’s best weekend and holiday buffet will be in fine form on the 16th. Make your reservations early. Another member of our Top 25!

Fonda San Miguel
This legendary restaurant still knocks it out of the park. If your taste runs to interior and coastal Mexican cuisine, their Easter buffet figures to be nothing short of spectacular.

District Kitchen + Cocktails
This restaurant is south Austin’s answered prayer. Marvelous cuisine. Call 512-351-8436 for an Easter brunch reservation.

Creek Road Café
This little gem of a restaurant in Dripping Springs always takes my breath away – always! Their Easter offerings will undoubtedly be something special, too.

Jack Allen’s Kitchen
Now here’s a place that has expanded from one spot in Oak Hill to Westlake, Round Rock, and North Austin. They usually make my Top Brunch list (and practically everyone else’s) for very good reason. Easter figures to be more of the same.

Chinatown Westlake
Ronald Cheng may be Chinese, but he gets a great dim sum brunch as well or better than anyone in Texas. There’s no rule that says you can’t have dim sum for Easter! 11:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Shawn Cirkiel’s exemplary cuisine lights up the East Side. I’ve been following him for years and each new restaurant (Parkside, Backspace, Olive and June) is better than the previous one.

Dai Due
This amazing restaurant is doing a brunch from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. It will fill up fast. A member of our Top 25 and deservedly so.

Another Top 25 restaurant with impeccable cuisine will be doing their brunch from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. This will not be a special Easter brunch but who cares? I’ll happily go and you should as well.

Modern southern-style cuisine with killer tastes and nuances. Their cornbread is absolutely remarkable and Olamaie is a perfect spot for Easter brunch.

Hoover’s Cooking
Hoover Alexander is the man when it comes to old school southern cuisine. His Hoe Cakes may be my favorite thing on the entire menu. Then again, it may be the Smothered Pork Chops. Either way, I can think of no better spot to celebrate Easter dining.