Whether you’re planning on celebrating Easter out and about or in the comfort of your own home, Austin has a ton of delicious options to choose from for your brunch or dinner meal. Check out these Austin restaurants to make your holiday stress-free and delicious.

Bunny-shaped tart sitting on a white cake pedestal next to a group of tulips.
Courtesy of Bakery Lorriane.

Easter Brunch in Austin


Bakery Lorraine
Bakery Lorraine is brining back their Easter themed pastries and baked goods once again. The menu includes specialty treats like their bunny tart, Easter moonpies, and spring-flavored cakes. Pre-orders run through Wednesday, April 13 for pickup Easter weekend. 
Check the menu and order online.

Carter Creek Winery Resort & Spa
Head to the Hill Country for a day of fun at Carter Creek Winery Resort and Spa. First, hit the brunch buffet for breakfast favorites and unique specials like blueberry blintzes, shrimp and mussel bar, roasted lamb and more. After everyone's full, grab a pic with the Easter bunny.
Check availability and reserve your spot online.

Carptenters Hall
Celebrate spring with brunch at Carpenters Hall at the retro Carpenter Hotel. Their epic menu features specials like crab benedict, cold smoked salmon and blood orange mimosas.
Book your table online.

Confituras Little Kitchen
This South Austin bakery, famous for their small batch, locally sourced jam and biscuits, is offering a number of menu items for your Easter meal at home. Offerings include a brunch picnic kit, quiche with ricotta and herbs, strawberry shortcake and more. You can even donate a meal for just $5 more, if you’re feeling generous this season.
Order online.


Delysia Chocolatier
While not technically brunch, you can upgrade your Easter candy with three key offerings from Delysia Chocolatier this Easter. Grab a golden egg to add a special surprise in any Easter basket. Each egg weighs a whopping two and a half pounds! Place an order for the Hoppy Easter truffle collection, complete with sixteen holiday themed confections.  Lastly, give the kids a fun and creative experience with Delysia's painted chocolate eggs. Each set comes with six painted chocolate eggs filled with a mix of flavors and three chocolate ink pens for decorating.
Available for order online

The Driskill Hotel
Feel like a royal at The Driskill Hotel’s Easter tea. The long-standing tradition makes for a special gathering with family and friends. Savor three scrumptious courses of Easter themed classic French pastries, petit fours, and delicate finger sandwiches as you leisurely sip premium loose leaf teas and sparkling wine. Stay as long as you'd like for a quaint afternoon and memorable experience in our beautifully historic hotel.
Reserve your table online.

Dai Due
Support farmers and ranchers this Easter with an order from Dai Due. Pre-orders are available for items from their butcher and bakeshop. Their biscuit kits comes with everything you need to mix and bake a dozen delectable biscuits. Try a Dai Due Easter tradition—whole rabbit stuffed with bacon, mushrooms and herbs.
Order online for pick up Easter weekend.

Dress in your Easter best end enjoy a decadent 3-course meal, featuring a hand-cut filet mignon paired with crab stuffed shrimp or lobster tail scampi. Open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Reserve your table online.

Hotel Magdalena
Make this Easter extra special with festivities at Summer House on Music Lane at Hotel Magdalena. Enjoy a two-course breakfast and beverages, then take pictures with the rabbit of the day and join an egg hunt on the lawn. Basket and hunt are included with brunch reservations.
Book your table online.

Juniper will host brunch on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arrive hungry to enjoy their prix-fixe menu that includes fresh pastries, some classic Juniper dishes and fun Italian brunch items, like breakfast lasagna.
Reserve your table online.

Lobster tail on white plate with sauce and charred lemons.Courtesy of Truluck's.

Hop on over to Truluck's this Easter for an indulgent feast. Choose from seafood specialties, like crab legs or lobster tail, or go all out with a perfectly cooked steak. 
Reserve your table online.

Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ
Celebrate Easter with a non-traditional, Austin-style feast of barbecue and Tex Mex favorites. Place your preorder for mesquite smoked brisket, Texas-sized beef ribs, whole smoked chicken and a variety of sides for pickup on April 16.
Submit your preorder online.

Visconti Ristorante
Spend your afternoon at a filling brunch buffet at Hotel Granduca Austin. The restaurant will have breakfast favorites like egg muffin sandwiches, egg stations, and yogurt parfaits. It will also showcase a heartier menu of slow roasted angus striploin, rigatoni pasta, grilled chicken and more. Don’t forget to save room for dessert!
Reserve your spot online.

Passover Meals in Austin

Enjoy a menu to-go from Aba featuring traditional dishes like hummus and matzoh crackers, potato & brussels sprouts latkes, braised short ribs and crispy chicken thighs and more. For those who prefer to celebrate at the restaurant, Aba will offer a la carte Passover specials Friday and Saturday.
Pickup orders must be placed by April 12. View the menu and order ahead online.

L'Oca d'Oro
Bring your whole crew for a family-friendly Seders at L'Oca d'Oro. Dinner includes takes on traditional dishes, like matzo soup and charoset.
Book your table online.