DALLAS (KDAF) — Easter is fast approaching with less than two weeks until the April 17 deadline. If you are still stumped on finding Easter plans, look no further.

Here are some Easter date ideas for the average Dallasite:

Fork and Fire: Easter Brunch

  • Brunch favorites, such as: 
  • Chicken, Waffles & Bacon – smokey fried chicken, waffles and duroc bacon, served with maple syrup
  • Eight different frittatas to choose from: Mediterranean, Cheddar Bacon, Tex-Acado, Boardwalk Pastrami, White Mushroom, Crab Enchilada, Huevos Rancheros, and Ultimate Hash 
  • Drinks:
    1. SMOKED BLOODY MARIA: Fork & Fire Private Barrel Maestro Dobel Diamanté tequila with housemade grilled tomatoes, a pickle spear, an olive stuffed with bleu cheese, a charred jalapeño and a smoked-salt rim
    2. MIMOSA (FLIGHT): Orange, pineapple and cranberry juice with a bottle of bubbly and fresh fruit

The Biscuit Bar (April special): The Denver Omelet

  • Scrambled egg, smoked ham, grilled peppers and onions, melty jack cheese, topped with sriracha mayo on our flaky golden biscuit 
  • Brunch cocktails all-day, all-weekend

Edith’s French Bistro: Easter Brunch 

Bulla Gastrobar

Everyone looks forward to Easter Sunday Brunch, especially at Bulla Gastrobar! Located in Legacy West, the authentic Spanish-style restaurant is opening its doors at 10 am on Easter Sunday, April 17.

Bulla Gastro is offering a Three-Course Brunch Prix Fixe fused with Spanish-style flavors and $6 mimosas! 

Mockingbird Station

  • Easter Egg Hunt #1- Hunt to last 30 minutes from 12:00 p.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Easter Egg Hunt #2 – Hunt to last 30 minutes from 1:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Easter Egg Hunt #3 – Hunt to last 30 minutes from 2:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Denton Parks

Denton Parks is hosting a free Easter event on April 9 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. It will be hosted at the Denton Civic Center.

Officials say there will be bounce houses, food vendors, arts and crafts, face painting, balloon twisting and more than 40,000 eggs.

For more information, click here.

Dallas Love Field

Dallas Love Field will be hosting a free family-friendly Easter event on April 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. called Paint the Sky.

Paint the Sky will feature an art fair and Easter Egg drop with fun for all ages; including music, art demonstrations, egg hunts, food trucks, bounce houses and more. The event will be at Dallas Executive Airport (5303 Challenger Drive Dallas, TX 75237).

Galleria Dallas

This April, the Easter Bunny will hop its way down to the mall to meet guests and pose for digital pictures.

He will be located in front of the spring blooms wall on weekends. Reservations are encouraged but walkups are welcomed.

Patrons will pay $30 per photo with up to six guests.

Easter at Sloane’s Corner

Easter at Dakota’s Steakhouse

Legacy Hall

This Easter, April 17, hop on over to Legacy Hall for Jazzy Easter Brunch featuring music with jazz group Bobby Falk, The Easter Bunny and more.

Table reservations include reserved seating, one brunch entree per person from their specialty Easter Brunch Menu, one to three mimosas or Bloody Marys (depending on table size), one to three sodas or juices (depending on table size).

For more information including ticket prices, click here.

Sheraton Dallas Hotel

Open Palette, inside Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Downtown Dallas, is cracking an eggcellent Easter Brunch for any bunny to enjoy. Easter Brunch will be served on Sunday, April 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Omelet and waffle stations, charcuterie table, salad bar, salmon, prime rib, pork loin, and a display of sweet temptations will be featured. The cost is $49/person and is half off for children 12 and under. Non-alcoholic beverages will be included.

To book a table, click here.