Hop up to these egg hunts and brunches to celebrate Easter around Fort Worth

Pull out those planners for some egg-citing events to celebrate Easter around Fort Worth.


Succumb to your sweet tooth with a slice of carrot cake during Easter brunch.

Photo courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas

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Peeps are on the shelves and pastel is everywhere, so you know what that means — Easter is just around the corner. To soak up the sweetness of springtime, we’re rounding up Easter-themed events and menus for every bunny in the family.

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Pull out those planners for some egg-citing events around town. | Photo by 6AM City Staff

🐰 Easter events

Texas-sized Easter Egg Hop, Stockyards
Hop around the Stockyards on Saturday, March 30 to look for Easter eggs filled with candy and toys. There will also be live music and kid-friendly activities starting at 12 p.m.

Easter Holiday Traditions, Fort Worth Community Centers
The Easter bunny will be hopping around several community centers on Saturday, March 23, giving kids the chance to hunt for eggs, eat candy, and take photos. Check the full schedule for locations + times.

Electric Egg Hunt, The Keller Pointe, Keller
Teens and tweens (ages 11-17) can let loose in a nighttime egg hunt from 8 to 10 p.m on Thursday, March 28 using blacklight flashlights and neon eggs. Register in advance for $25. Bonus: On Friday, March 29, kids ages 3-12 are invited to participate in the Underwater Eggstravaganza at the pool featuring vendors, candy, and prizes.

Pop-Up Egg Hunts, North Richland Hills
Get your baskets ready — parks around the city will host three days of egg hunts beginning Wednesday, March 27. Each day, the city will announce which two parks will host a pop-up egg hunt, so keep your eyes locked on social media. Bonus: One egg at each park will feature a Bunny Prize.

Easter Festival, Mainstay Farm, Cleburne
It’s an all-day affair at this festival featuring the Easter Bunny, baby animals, photo ops, hayrides, a Ferris wheel + food and drink vendors. The event runs weekends from Saturday, March 23 through Sunday, April 7 and tickets start at $20.

Adult Easter Egg Hunt, Hotel Vin, Grapevine
Feel like a kid again during this hunt on Sunday, March 31 from 4:30-6 p.m. A $25 ticket includes a glass of wine and a chance to win prizes like a one-night stay at Hotel Vin.

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Celebrate the holiday with a good meal and company. | Photo courtesy of Toro Toro

🥚 Easter menus

Celebrate the holiday with a midday feast. Reservations are filling up fast, so grab one while they are still available.

Toro Toro | $75+
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., chef Jonathan Esparza is putting a Pan-Latin twist on Easter classics with shrimp and crab enchiladas, beef anticuchos, and egg white frittatas.

Taste Community Project | Pay-what-you-can
Chef Jeff and his team will prepare a special brunch menu from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Omni Fort Worth Hotel | $42-$78
Head to the hotel’s second floor from 10:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. to try the chef specials including sangria poached pears, honey-glazed baked ham, risotto, and sweet treats.

CRÚ Food & Wine Bar | $45
Stop by from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a three-course, prix-fixe menu featuring a smoked salmon deviled egg toast appetizer and entrees like crab cakes, steak and eggs, and lamb chops.

The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas | $50-$150+
Sip mimosas and chow down on food from the waffle and pancake station or aguachile and ceviche bar, while kiddos meet the Easter Bunny and get their faces painted. Reservations are available from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine | Cost of purchase
Order by Saturday, March 23 at 12 p.m. to enjoy a chef-made meal at home that will be ready for pick up on Saturday, March 30. Menu items include lamb, beef tenderloin, and prime rib.