Here are some egg-cellent ways to celebrate Easter in the Lake Travis-Westlake area

Tiny Pies is offering an Easter menu with savory and sweet pie options. (Courtesy Tiny Pies)
Tiny Pies is offering an Easter menu with savory and sweet pie options. (Courtesy Tiny Pies)

Tiny Pies is offering an Easter menu with savory and sweet pie options. (Courtesy Tiny Pies)

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Foliepop's is offering an Easter desert ahead of the holiday. (Courtesy Giant Noise Public Relations)

Easter dishes and desserts

Eateries throughout the Lake Travis-Westlake area are offering meals to go for Easter Sunday. From prime ribs to handmade dessert eggs, there is something for every resident’s dinner table.

This list is not comprehensive.

Foliepop’s, a french pastry cafe at Hill Country Galleria, is offering a special Easter egg dessert. The limited-time menu item features an egg made of coconut mousse with a mango-passion fruit coulis on top of a sponge cake and crispy chocolate base, according to a news release from Hill Country Galleria. The Easter egg is a personal-sized cake priced at $15 and is available to order online.

13420 Galleria Circle, Ste. A-140, Bee Cave


Texas Beef Traders, a new shop selling high-quality beef products, is offering a variety of meats for an Easter dinner. Menu items include prime rib, steak, beef, brisket and beef tenderloin, among others. Customers can shop in store in Lakeway or order online.

2127 Lohmans Crossing, Ste. 130, Lakeway


Texas Honey Ham is taking Easter orders for its signature honey hams, turkey breast and sides such as baked potato casserole, shells and cheese, and more. Pickup orders can be placed for a family of five for $62.99 or a family of 10 for $125.99, according to the Texas Honey Ham website. Orders can be placed online or through the phone.

3736 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 6, West Lake Hills


Tiny Pies is offering its Easter menu, which features savory and sweet pie options. Menu items include a gluten-free strawberry mousse pie, bunny-shaped blueberry or cherry-filled pies, quiches and more. Pies can be ordered online and picked up in store April 2-3. The deadline to pre-order is April 1 at 5 p.m.

3736 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 8-B, West Lake Hills


Hill Country Galleria’s Tony C’s Coal Fired Pizza will be offering mimosas, bellinis and "frose"—frozen rose—on Easter Sunday. The drinks will be $3 off the menu price all day, according to Hill Country Galleria.

12800 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. G-160, Bee Cave


Whole Foods is offering Easter dinners for up to 12 people for pickup. The menu items include spiral-sliced ham, lemon turkey breast and crab cakes as well as vegan options and sides. Orders can be placed online a minimum of 24 hours ahead of pickup time.

12601 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave


Easter egg hunts and events

Local churches, businesses and breweries are hosting Easter-themed events for the community. Registration may be required depending on the event, and availability may vary.

This list is not comprehensive.

April 3

The Village of Briarcliff’s Briarcliff Park will be the site of an Easter egg hunt from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on April 3. The event is hosted by local real estate company Bryan Swan Realtors and will also feature snow cones from Shaved Ice Island. The neighborhood event is free, according to the event posting.

Briarcliff Park

22005 Kyle Drive, Briarcliff

April 3

The Hills of Lakeway Country Club will host Easter activities for families in its Flintrock Falls Ballroom. Festivities will include an egg hunt, egg decorating and a breakfast featuring an Easter bunny. Reservations are required and can be made over the phone or online. Tickets are priced at $24 per adult, $14 for children ages 5-12 and $4 for children ages 1-4.

Hills of Lakeway Country Club

26 Club Estates Parkway, Lakeway


April 3

West Lake Hills Presbyterian Church is holding an Easter egg hunt for children ages 2 through fifth grade. The event will be held from 4-5 p.m. on the church’s playground, and children will have the chance to sing songs and hunt for eggs. The church asks participants above age 3 wear a mask and maintain social distancing while at the event. Registration is available online. The church will also livestream an Easter service at 9:45 a.m. April 4.

West Lake Hills Presbyterian Church

7127 Bee Caves Road, Austin


April 4

Joint brewery and winery Frontyard Brewing and 5 Soul Wine Co. will host an Easter egg hunt for children age 12 and under at its 9-acre Spicewood site. The first annual Easter egg hunt will feature more than 2,000 hidden eggs filled with candy, as well as prizes, cupcakes, cookies and popsicles. Frontyard Brewing and 5 Soul Wine Co.’s beer and wine will also be available for purchase. The event will take place from noon-8 p.m. April 4.

Frontyard Brewing, 5 Soul Wine Co.

4514 Bob Wire Road, Spicewood


April 4

Celebrations will be held at Hotel Granduca Austin in West Lake Hills. Families can enjoy an Easter brunch and “hoppy hour” from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Easter Sunday. The brunch will include made-to-order completes and a variety of small and large plates, according to Hotel Granduca. The event will also include a photo corner with an Easter bunny. Reservations are required, and children under age 3 can eat for free.

Hotel Granduca Austin

320 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., West Lake Hills


April 4

The Lighthouse Restaurant and Lounge on the edge of Lake Travis will host an all-you-can-eat Easter brunch buffet on April 4. Buffet items will include lemon ricotta pancakes, bagels and lox, broccoli salad, prime rib, scalloped potatoes, and an omelet and waffle station, among other dishes. The event will also feature live music from Brain Andrew Lee. Tickets are $30 per adult, $15 for kids ages 4-10 and free for those under age 3. There is limited availability, and reservations are highly recommended, according to the restaurant.

The Lighthouse Restaurant and Lounge

513 Sleat Drive, Briarcliff


Attend an Easter service

Several churches in the Lake Travis-Westlake area are offering in-person or online services on Easter Sunday. Registration may be required, and interested parties should check online for full attendance details.

This list is not comprehensive.

Hill Country Bible Church

4310 N. Quinlan Park Road, Austin

Hope Rock Church at Lake Travis

1310 S. RM 620, Ste. C-15, Lakeway

Lake Hills Church

11431 Bee Caves Road, Bee Cave

St. John Neumann Catholic Church

5455 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills

Westlake United Methodist Church

1460 Redbud Trail, Austin

West Lake Hills Presbyterian Church

7127 Bee Caves Road, Austin

By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.


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