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Easter restaurant specials in ATX

🐣 Peeps are on the shelves, eggs are ready to be colored.

An overhead shot of a menu, teapot, tea cup, glass of champagne, and finger foods on a white tablecloth.

Kids can attend the Driskill Hotel’s Easter Tea for $45.

Photo by Jane Yun

Easter is this Sunday, April 9, and we’re pretty egg-cited.

We’re celebrating with food — here are a few restaurant specials to celebrate with this weekend.

Saturday, April 8

Fareground | 12-3 p.m. | 111 Congress Ave., Austin | Fareground’s second-annual Egg-stravaganza will have an Easter egg hunt for the kids, face painting, and brunch specials.

Tiny Pies | Hours vary | Multiple locations | Place a pickup order for themed goodies like quiche Lorraine, mushroom quiche, and bunny-shaped hand pies.

Sunday, April 9

Aba | 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. | 1011 S. Congress Ave., Austin | Celebrate the start of spring with a lump crab frittata and seasonal veggies. Make a reservation.

The Driskill Hotel | 4-6 p.m. | 604 Brazos St., Austin | Sit down for an afternoon tea party with loose leaf teas, petit fours, finger sandwiches, and sparkling wine for $90 per person. Make a reservation.

Olamaie | 5-10 p.m. | 1610 San Antonio St., Austin | Get one of Little Ola’s Easter packs, which comes with biscuits, strawberry jam, and Apple Kentucky Butter Cake.

Summer House on Music Lane | 10 a.m.-4 p.m. | 1101 Music Ln., Austin | Settle in for a three-course meal + a visit from the Easter Bunny. Tickets cost $55 per person — make a reservation.

Walton’s Fancy and Staple | 8-4 p.m. | 609 W. 6th St., Austin | Grab some flowers, seasonal macarons, pastries, and “golden Easter Eggs” at this reservation-free restaurant.

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