The Best Places To Do Easter Brunch In Fort Worth, TX
Easter is a great time to celebrate family and create lifelong memories. It also presents a wonderful opportunity to enjoy delicious food at some of Fort Worth’s most popular restaurants. After your Easter service this year, check out these top six restaurants in the area to enjoy a tasty brunch.
Blue Mesa Grille
You can find Fort Worth’s Blue Mesa Grille at 612 Carroll St. in a huge 17,000-square foot building. The restaurant prides itself on serving delicious, locally sourced, affordable food in an upscale and relaxed atmosphere. Their menu is a unique mix of Southwestern dishes and more traditional brunch items. The brunch menu includes items like made-to-order omelets, migas, breakfast potatoes, huevos rancheros, and Belgian waffles served with berries and whipped cream or with fried chicken and syrup.
If you’re in the mood for tacos during brunch, you can choose from smoked brisket, barbeque pork, chicken verde, ground beef-chorizo, and red chile salmon. There’s also a variety of mimosas and unique brunch cocktails to choose from, including two types of margaritas, two types of Bloody Marys, and a blackberry sangria. Sunday brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and kids ages 5 and under can eat for free, making this a great option for Easter brunch groups with young kids.
Cast Iron Restaurant
Cast Iron Restaurant in the Omni Fort Worth Hotel at 1300 Houston St. offers a unique twist on home-cooked classics and has treats just about everyone will enjoy. The restaurant also uses fresh, local ingredients in all dishes. At their annual Easter brunch buffet, you can enjoy fresh seafood and a chef’s carving station featuring honey-baked ham, turkey, salmon, and a leg of lamb.
They also have an extensive breakfast menu of dishes they serve until 11 a.m. On this menu, you’ll find avocado toast, fresh berries, a selection of cereals and oatmeal, an egg white omelet, eggs Benedict, a southwest breakfast bowl, huevos rancheros, and steak and eggs. If you’re in the mood for something a little sweeter, the restaurant also serves cinnamon raisin French toast, buttermilk pancakes, and Belgian waffles. You can also enjoy a variety of sides, including sausage links,
smoked bacon, hash brown potatoes, and buttermilk biscuits with gravy. Drinks include everything from coffee to juice.
Fixture Kitchen and Social Lounge
Now with a recently expanded patio, Fixture Kitchen and Social Lounge at 401 W. Magnolia Ave. remains a popular location for Easter brunch. You can sit outside and enjoy the warm April weather without baking too much in the sun on the large covered patio. Sunday brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features a variety of special dishes and desserts. To start, you can choose from tasty appetizers like truffle mac and cheese, fried crawfish balls, Texas beet fries, and onion and bacon dip. Brunch favorites include the Pork Carnitas Benedict and the Chicken And Waffles.
For something a little lighter, you can choose from a variety of salads and simple sandwiches, including a shrimp BLT, a special Texas-style cheesesteak, a fried chicken sandwich, and more. A variety of sides and special brunch cocktails are also available. If you’ve still got some room after your meal, you can enjoy a rich peanut butter cheesecake or a blueberry cream cheese bread pudding made with fresh blueberries.
For an Easter brunch in a stylish, spacious cafe with a large, open patio, head over to BREWED at 801 W. Magnolia Ave. BREWED is open until 3 p.m. on Sunday and features a creative brunch menu with a variety of filling options. For something more light, you can enjoy a house-made granola bowl or fresh avocado toast. A vegetable omelet is also available. For something a little heartier, you can try the Texas Breakfast, which features two eggs, your choice between Texas smoked bacon and country sage sausage, cheese grits, a buttermilk biscuit, and your choice of additional sides.
Chicken and waffles, chicken biscuits, French toast, skillet shrimp and grits, and a variety of other brunch dishes are also available. The deviled eggs covered in candied Serrano peppers and bacon are the perfect Easter treat to share, but if you’re not a fan of hot foods, the ricotta fritters and caramel apple sauce are a fun, delectable option for those with a sweet tooth.
For an Easter brunch that’s distinctly Texan and has a special gourmet flair, you’ll want to visit Cafe Modern inside the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The restaurant has an atmosphere that’s cozy yet vibrant, and seating is available both indoors and outdoors on the expansive patio.
The brunch menu includes a variety of nutritious comfort foods, such as the Homestead Gristmill Belgian Waffle, the Crispy Grain Bowl made with roasted carrots and pomegranate, the Berkshire Pork Belly Benedict, and the Chinois Chicken Salad made with fresh napa cabbage. You can also get a burger, beef migas, or an omelet of the day made with seasonal and local ingredients. For dessert, you can enjoy milk and cookies, cheesecake, or sticky toffee date pudding. Sunday brunch lasts from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Hot Box Biscuit Club
Fort Worth’s Hot Box Biscuit Club at 313 S. Main St. is a trendy Easter brunch spot serving delicious buttermilk biscuit dishes, including the restaurant’s famed original biscuit sandwich. The restaurant also offers tasty sides like cheesy grits, collard greens, and tater tot casserole. For something sweet, it’s hard to go wrong with Hot Box’s Hot Box Buns: cinnamon rolls with a twist.
You’ll also find plenty of brunch specials at the bar in addition to coffee, tea, and juices. Hot Box Biscuit Club is open until 2 p.m. on Sunday. A special Easter dinner to-go for four may also be available for purchase.
Celebrate Easter this year with a trip to one of Fort Worth’s many excellent brunch restaurants. What did you think of our list of the best places to go for Easter brunch in the area? Is there another place you recommend checking out? You can let our team at Hiley Buick GMC of Fort Worth know by sending us a message online. We always appreciate the opportunity to share information about the area’s businesses. In the meantime, feel free to check out our extensive new inventory and new vehicle specials to save big on your next Buick or GMC.
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