Another holiday is upon us, City of Aters. It's that time of year when you put on your Sunday best, dye perfectly good eggs, receive a basket full of goodies from an over-sized bunny, and of course, stuff yourself with food until you feel like you're about to explode, among other traditional Easter festivities you might engage in. We can't exactly help out with the egg-hiding part, but let us suggest a few places you might want to visit for Easter brunch on Sunday, April 4.
Tre Amici Prime Steakhouse & Seafood will have a four-course prix fixe menu for either $34 or $46, depending on what size prime rib you choose . From , you can enjoy bacon-wrapped scallops, lobster bisque, prime rib with loaded baked potato, and pumpkin pie cheesecake. Not too shabby.
Executive chef Anthony Bombaci at Nana will also be offering a four-course brunch from For $79 for adults and $24 for children, chef Bombaci will feature Bulgarian yogurt, ahi tuna tartar, baby spinach salad, pan-roasted duck breast, and cheesecake ice cream, among other dishes.
Continue ReadingIf you want to go for a less expensive and spicier brunch option, check out Blue Mesa Grill for their $16.95 for adults (and that includes Champagne and mimosas) and $6.95 for children special menu. A few items: adobe pie stuffed with chicken, cheese, and roasted peppers, omelet bar, huevos rancheros, and raspberry cajeta pudding.Tasty.
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You might want to celebrate Easter Sunday at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck. Of course, it would be sans Wolfgang, but executive chef Sara Johannes will be there. Chef Johannes will feature a la carte brunch menu with organic chicken dumplings, crispy shrimp and lobster springrolls, American-style Kobe beef burger, and Maine lobster club sandwich, along with other items. They had us at chicken dumplings.
Other goings on...
Kent Rathbun, of Abacus, Jasper's, and Rathbun's Blue Plate Kitchen, and business partner Bill Hyde will now be managing the culinary concept at ZEA WoodFire Grill in Plano. Rathbun has spent the last few months ensuring that the lunch and dinner menus adhere to his standards and broadening ZEA's horizons. In addition to tweaking a few things, ZEA's will also start hosting monthly wine dinners and happy hour specials.
On Wednesday, March 31, Samar by Stephan Pyles will be launching the start of patio season with "Samar Under The Stars" from Every Wednesday, patrons can enjoy late night happy hours with $2 off all wines by the glass and specialty cocktails, $5 Sangria by the glass, and half-price hookah. They boast their tented patio has spectacular views of the Arts District, and is the perfect place to relax and unwind with their comfy couches and lounge chairs. The Sangria doesn't hurt either.