Two Excellent Easter Sunday Brunch Options in Dallas

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Five Sixty will open its doors for brunch on Easter Sunday offering an array of Asian-inspired breakfast and lunch dishes and spectacular views of the Dallas skyline.

Executive Chef Jacob Williamson’s three-course Easter menu will offer various options for each course. Menu highlights include a Dim Sum trio; spring sashimi plate; “bacon and eggs” bao bun duo; Five Sixty benedict; Okonomiyaki served with confit bacon and an over easy egg; pan seared Alaskan Halibut and Spring lamb stir fry. A children’s menu is also available with items including crispy Maine lobster and shrimp spring rolls; a “bacon & egg” steamed bun; beef brisket hash and chicken lettuce cups. The third-course dessert options include the choice of strawberry buttermilk shortcake pancakes or chocolate chip brioche French toast.

When:
Sunday, March 27th, 11AM- 2:30PM

Where:
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
Reunion Tower
300 Reunion Boulevard

Cost:
The brunch is priced at $59 for adults and $29 for children (tax and gratuity not included). Reservations are required and can be made by calling 214.741.5560.

About Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group

The name Wolfgang Puck is synonymous with the best of restaurant hospitality and the ultimate in all aspects of the culinary arts. The award-winning restaurants in the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group include Chinois (Santa Monica); Cucina by Wolfgang Puck (Las Vegas); CUT (Bahrain, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, London, Singapore, New York City Summer 2016); Five Sixty (Dallas); Spago (Bachelor Gulch, Beverly Hills, Istanbul, Las Vegas, Maui and Singapore); The Source by Wolfgang Puck(Washington, DC); Lupo by Wolfgang Puck (Las Vegas); Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air (Los Angeles); re/Asian Cuisine(Bahrain); Wolfgang Puck American Grille (Atlantic City); Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill (Las Vegas, Summerlin and Los Angeles); Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria & Cucina (Detroit); Wolfgang Puck Steak (Detroit); and WP24 (Los Angeles).  For more information, please visit www.wolfgangpuck.com or follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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If that doesn't pique your taste buds, you can indulge in Steel Restaurant & Lounge’s unmatched sushi selection and unique Asian dishes this Easter. The restaurant will offer their regular sushi and dinner menus all day, as well as Easter specials created by Executive Chef TJ Lengnick. Steel Restaurant & Lounge is the perfect dining option for guests celebrating Easter with their families, their friends, at Lee Park, or after church. Stop in and enjoy delicious Asian fare at your favorite Oak Lawn neighborhood restaurant.

In addition to its regular cocktail menu, Steel Restaurant and Lounge will offer $4 mimosas and $5 Bloody Mary’s, as well as its usual Sunday happy hour special featuring half priced bottles of wine. Reservations to dine are recommended and can be made by calling the restaurant at (214) 219-9908.

When:
Sunday, March 27th, 2PM-10PM

Where:
Steel Restaurant and Lounge
3180 Welborn St
Dallas, Texas 75219

About Steel Restaurant and Lounge

Steel Restaurant is an esteemed Dallas sushi restaurant and lounge offering an unmatchable sushi selection, along with unique IndoChine, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisine. Steel offers full service catering to ensure that your next special event is a success. Along with offering contemporary specialties and an extensive award-winning wine list, they also offer prompt and attentive service to ensure guests receive a Dallas sushi restaurant and lounge experience unlike any other. The restaurants’ elegant, contemporary interior sets the perfect mood for anything from a romantic date night to an important business meeting. Each of Steel’s dining areas offers something different for guests. The modern wine room can be reserved for a private function. To book a reservation, or for more information, visit steelsushi.com.

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