Houston takeout: Easter specials and other options around the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose

Bring Easter brunch or dinner home with the help of area restaurants, including a'Bouzy in River Oaks. (Courtesy a'Bouzy)
Bring Easter brunch or dinner home with the help of area restaurants, including a'Bouzy in River Oaks. (Courtesy a'Bouzy)

Bring Easter brunch or dinner home with the help of area restaurants, including a'Bouzy in River Oaks. (Courtesy a'Bouzy)

With Easter holidays around the corner, local Heights, River Oaks and Montrose restaurants are rolling out specials for carryout and delivery. Here is a roundup of some specials.

Craving something else? Scroll down to find our database of 80-plus area restaurants offering carryout and delivery.

  • Carraba's Italian Grill is offering a family meal for four for $49.99 from April 10-13. Meals include bread, salad, entrees, sides and desserts.

  • Common Bond is offering an Easter collection of chocolates, including edible confetti-filled chocolate eggs, with a sampler kit for $35.

  • Frank's Americana Revival's Easter dinner special is a prime rib roast with loaded baked potato, grilled asparagus and horseradish cream jus, available as a family style or an individual order. Call 713-572-8600 to order.

  • Picos has a special menu including sides and wine pairings, including entrees such as honey-glazed spiral ham and roasted prime rib. Servings range from two to five people starting at $64. Preorders must be in by 9 a.m. April 10.

  • B&B Butchers & Restaurant, The Annie Café & Bar and Turner’s have teamed up to offer ready-to-roast or precooked entrees, sides and desserts. Call 862-767-4828 or email eat@bbbutchers.com to order at least 24 hours in advance through 4 p.m. April 11.

  • Brennan’s of Houston has an Easter Package for Two menu, available by preorder only by 5 p.m. April 10. The menu includes a choice of two starters and two entrees, three sides, bread and butter, bananas foster bread pudding and a special gift, all for $100. Menu and ordering information is available at https://www.brennanshouston.com/events/872/.

  • a’Bouzy offers an Easter brunch with a Veuve Clicquot basket, charcuterie, crackers, truffled egg salad, croissants, candies and Easter eggs for $89. Call 713-722-6899 to preorder. The restaurant also offers an Easter dinner special paired with a bottle of wine.

  • Traveler’s Table offers Easter meals for $50 per person, including a choice of two small plates, two entrees and two desserts. Orders can be placed online.

  • Goode Co.'s Easter meal, which serves four to six people, includes an orange and honey-glazed pit-smoked ham, twice-baked potato casserole, roasted Brussel sprouts, dinner rolls and more for $135. Goode Co. is also partnering with Crave Cupcakes to offer a half-dozen confetti cupcakes, along with its other dessert options, including Brazos Bottom pecan pie. Order online in advance.

  • Paulie's Restaurant is selling Easter-themed cookies for $3.75 each. They can be purchased in store or online at pauliesrestaurant.com.

  • Postino Heights is offering a “Back Patio Pack” brunch kit for four to six people with a spinach artichoke quiche, panzanella caprese salad and six cinnamon rolls for $50. Pickup is available April 11-12. Call 346-223-1111 or preorder online.

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By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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