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Where to Find Special Menus for Easter Sunday in San Antonio 

  • Jessica Elizarraras
Boiler House // Easter brunch specials at Boiler House include carrot oatmeal pancakes, cast iron rabbit bread pudding, a lobster cobb salad, cured salmon patty melt and country ham Benedict. Prices vary, 10am-10pm, 312 Pearl Pkwy., Bldg. 3, (210) 354-4644,

Eilan Hotel & Spa // Take a big appetite to Easter Brunch at Eilan which will feature artisan cheeses, charcuterie, salads, ahi tuna ceviche, an omelet station, a carving station and a spread of desserts. $59 per person, $19 for kids 12 and under, 10am-2pm, 18603 La Cantera Terrace, (210) 598-2946.

El Jarro de Arturo Mexican Restaurant // Head on over for all-you-can-eat omelets, chilaquiles, waffles, potatoes, fajitas, enchiladas, pork cascabel and assorted fruits and desserts. $9.95 (children) - $19.95 (adults), reservations required, 10:30am-3pm, 13421 San Pedro Ave., (210) 494-5084,

Grayze // The team over at Grayze is going all out with a full all-you-can-eat spread of BBQ brisket, smoked beef sausage, bread pudding-style French toast, three kinds of hash, cheesy egg scramble, 5-cheese "The Mac" and strawberry marscapone crepes. $35, reservations recommended, 10am-3pm, 521 E. Grayson St., (210) 481-8776,

Luther's Cafe // Expect the usual brunch favorites like chicken & waffles, breakfast mac & cheese and meatloaf. There will also be live music from Midtowne Jazz. No cover, 11am-3pm, 1503 N. Main Ave., (210) 223-7727,

Paesano's Lincoln Heights // This Italian eatery's prix fixe menu offers a choice of caesar or special salad and numerous of entree options like lobster Paesano, seafood trio and pork osso buco. Finish off your meal with NY-style cheesecake or tiramisu (don't forget about the $4 mimosas). $45, 11am-10pm, 555 E. Basse Road, (210) 828-5191,

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille // Perry's will open early at 11 a.m. and offer a Easter Supper Special with choice of salads, Perry's Famous pork chop, and a dessert trio. $34.95, 15900 La Cantera Pkwy., Suite 22200, (210) 558-6161.

Range // For its first Easter offering, Range will host a champagne brunch buffet. The all-you-can-eat treat will let you feast on buttermilk fried chicken, a biscuit bar, Gulf oyster bar, donuts, deviled eggs, two types of sausages, cheese grits, marble potato confit, dessert parfaits, nutella-stuffed French toast and made-to-order eggs. If that's not enough, cocktail shrimp, grilled quail, filet mignon and lobster enchiladas will be available for an extra charge. A children's menu will also be available. $75, reservation required, 10am-3pm, 125 E. Houston St., (210) 227-4455,

Rosella at the Rand // Stop in for Live Jazz Easter Brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with chicken and waffles, Tom's huevos rancheros, chicken biscuits and gravy and more. The same brunch is available at Rosella at the Garden inside the Carriage House at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Prices vary, multiple locations,

Ruth's Chris // The steakhouse will offer live stations for herb-crusted prime rib, honey spiral ham, eggs and omelets made-to-order, house-made waffles and bananas foster a la mode. Oh, and enjoy buffet-style barbecue shrimp and grits, eggs Benedict, rosemary potatoes, hash brown casserole and more. $14 (children) - $56 (adults), 7am-2pm, 600 E. Market St., (210) 227-8847,

Shuck Shack // Jason Dady's shuck spot will open an hour early and stay open later for a day full of fun. You'll be able to score $1.50 Gulf Oysters and $3 select drafts all day long. No cover, 11am-10pm, 520 E. Grayson St., (210) 236-7422,

The Rustic // Herman Marshall will sample Texas whiskey that will pair well with the venue's Jam and Toast brunch. At $16.95 per person, the family-style brunch includes cheese and fruit, country baked eggs, a butchershop skillet of bacon and sausage, hot chicken, baby fried toast, smoked cheddar grits and daily donuts. $16.95 per person, 10am-2pm, 17619 La Cantera Pkwy., Suite 204, (210) 245-7500.

Tre Enoteca // Stop by for a four-course meal with fresh salad, a family-style cheese course, entree choice of grilled chèvre sandwiches, buttermilk pancakes or buttermilk biscuits, and dessert options of honey marscapone parfait or Nutella X3. $29.95, reservations recommended, 10am-3pm, 555 W. Bitters Road, (210) 496-0555,

Tre Trattoria // Enjoy a four-course Easter brunch, beginning with a salad and followed by assorted melons, Spanish Marcona almonds and artisan crackers. For your entree, choose from buttermilk fried chicken and biscuits, spaghetti, pan seared gnocchi or bourbon glazed bone-in pork chop. Be sure to save room for dessert. $34.95, reservations recommended, 10am-4pm, 4003 Broadway, (210) 805-0333,

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