Special Easter Dinner Menus

Celebrate Easter with a delicious meal

One of my favorite times of the year is Easter, for many personal reasons, one of those is the time that we get to spend as a family around the dinner table. Much like Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, Easter Sunday brings many families together around the table. It’s a special occasion and the restaurants in Addison and the North Dallas Corridor provide some of the best Easter dining experiences around. So, if you won’t have time to cook for Easter this year or simply want to take a break, check out these restaurants and their special Easter Sunday menus.

Table 13

Table 13 will have a special Easter Dinner menu on Easter Sunday as well as Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for just $5. Seating will be available from 11 a.m. through 4 p.m. Scoot Bucklin will also be performing live until 4 p.m. Choose from a variety of starters like their famous Bacon Wrapped Dates or Chilled Shrimp Cocktail as well as a soup or salad. For an entrée there are also lots of choices such as the Double Bone Hand Cut Pork Chop, Prime Ribeye, Salmon Meuniere or Filet Mignon and for dessert? How about Chocolate Kahlua Cake with Espresso Gelato, Bread Pudding or Cheesecake. To see the whole menu as well as to make reservations visit the Table 13 website.

Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil will be opening early on Easter and will also be serving their regular dinner menu all day with specialty brunch items until 3 p.m. Regular dinner menu includes house favorites like Filet Mignon, Filet Mignon Wrapped in Bacon, Brazilian Picanha and Garlic Picanha. Reservations are required and you can make them by going on their website.

Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill

Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill will have a special Easter Brunch menu available which will include your choice of a starter, entrée, and dessert. Choose from dishes like their Shrimp and Crabmeat Chowder with chive corn fritters, Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon, Cajun spiced Mahi Mahi or the Grilled Apple-Brined Chicken Breast. Reservations are required, and you can make them by going on their website.

Oscar is a Cedar Valley College graduate in Music Recording Technology. He enjoys listening and working on all different genres of music, but having been born in Colombia, salsa music is his favorite. He loves soccer and baseball. He enjoys discovering and sharing new and off-the-beaten-path food places as well as traveling the world with his wife and 2 boys.

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