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Your top pick for a Dallas Easter Sunday Brunch, please plus not to be missed spots that are iconic

ZenFoodist | Mar 8, 201812:16 PM    

My husband, 14 year old and 22 month old will be at the Fairmont in Dallas from Holy Thursday through Tuesday. We are meeting up with cousins who moved there from NY a few years ago and would love to treat their family to a wonderful Easter Brunch. Any ideas? Is the one at the Fairmont any good? 69 dollars per adult and 35 per child. Worth it? We don’t mind springing if it’s excellent buy I suspect we can do much better.

We have some basketball games, a Ranger game , and a bunch of JFK stuff we’re interested in exploring and would love to add some great meals, reflective of the area to our list. Not to be missed spots etc. that would be a shame if we missed aortvof thing.

Thanks so much in advance,
Lisa

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