Easter Brunch

Looking to celebrate Easter or simply welcome springtime with a delicious brunch? Lucky for you, Austinites have plenty of dining options, and Sunday brunch is no exception.

Here are some Austin restaurants that get rave reviews for their breakfast fare. Be sure to call ahead for hours and special Easter offerings, or check out OpenTable to book a reservation.

Trio – 98 San Jacinto Blvd at the Four Seasons Hotel – Traditional brunch buffet, plus an Easter egg hunt for young brunch guests

Launderette – 2115 Holly Street – Sweet and savory southern and Soul Food delights

South Congress Café – 1600 South Congress Ave – Continental cuisine and the best Bloody Mary in America, according to the Huffington Post

Sway – 1417 South First Street – A delicious and original Thai take on brunch classics

Elizabeth Street Café – 1501 South First Street – Cozy French-Vietnamese café

Juniper – 2400 E Cesar Chavez – Inventive, Italian-inspired takes on brunch favorites

East Side Café – 2113 Manor Road – Fresh, flavorful, comforting garden-to-table fare since 1988

Café No Sé and Central Standard– 1603 South Congress Ave – California-inspired and classic American brunch, respectively, served up in the two restaurants at the South Congress Avenue hotel

Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill – 303 Red River – Southern comfort food in downtown Austin

Wu Chow – 500 W 5th Street – Dim sum breakfast treats like scallion pancakes and egg custard tarts

Olamaie – 1610 San Antonio – Classic Southern dishes inspired by contemporary culinary concepts

Olivia – 2043 South Lamar – Upmarket eatery offering eclectic seasonal fare

Isla – 208 W 4th Street – Caribbean-style brunch (think fried oysters, johnny cakes and tropical drinks!)

Bouldin Creek Café – 1900 South First Street – Flavorful and satisfying vegetarian fare

L’Estelle House – 88 ½ Rainey Street – French-inspired comfort food

Takoba – 1411 E. 7th Street – Huevos rancheros, migas, margaritas and more – what’s not to love?!

Juliet – 1500 Barton Springs – Pastries and hearty entrees such as pasta and brunch risotto, and signature cocktails

Austin didn’t make Travel + Leisure’s 2015 America’s Best Cities for Food Snobs list for nothing–we’ve barely scratched the surface and have already mentioned almost 20 restaurants, and that’s even before giving an obvious shout-out to favorite Austin breakfast joints like Magnolia Café, Kerbey Lane Café, Austin Java, Juan in a Million, Texas French Bread and more. With all these choices, it looks like we all have our plates full (pun intended).

From everyone at Blairfield Realty, happy Easter, happy spring, and happy eating!

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