Spring is here, Easter is this weekend, and Southlake Town Square is going to be “hoppin” with festivities. If you’re lucky enough to live in The Garden District, everything you need to prepare for the holiday is just a bunny hop away at Southlake Town Square. From pastel outfits, to Easter themed dinnerware, to egg-cellent brunches and dinners, you are bound to celebrate in style this year.
If you are celebrating with your children or grandchildren, be sure to stop by Janie & Jack. For a limited time, Janie & Jack has adorable outfits with floral prints, eyelets, and ruffles in the Forever Flowers collection. For the boys, pick up a pastel blazer with seersucker pants and maybe some timeless suspenders to complete their Easter look.
Hosting Easter this year? Swing by Williams-Sonoma to pick up their festive Easter themed dinnerware, tablecloths, and serving utensils. Decorate the table with Alabaster eggs, chocolate truffle eggs, and bunny napkin rings. You will find everything you need to ensure a memorable Easter, including decor, treats, and cookware
Don’t want to deal with cleaning dishes this weekend? Several restaurants are creating new and delicious menus to celebrate the upcoming holiday. Del Frisco’s Grille is offering a new Bone-In Prime Rib from March 30-April 1. While you are there, do not forget to try their delectable Deviled Eggs topped with a truffle chive vinaigrette. Brio Italian Grille will be serving an Easter brunch Saturday and Sunday until 3 pm. Enjoy the Frittata Al Forno, Ham and Biscuit Benedict, or Sicilian Omelette. Reservations are running out quickly, so be sure to make your reservation soon.
When you choose to live in The Garden District, seconds from Southlake Town Square, holidays are always exciting, as there are infinite shops to prepare for any occasion and restaurants to go if you feel like dining out. Contact our sales team today to learn more about available homes, including luxury condominiums at The Parkview Residences. You can also drop by our Sales Center at 351 Central Ave in Southlake, which is open daily from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.