Whether you like your eggs scrambled, poached, in an omelet, in a basket (in a piece of toast) or enjoy other brunch favorites like waffles and French toast, you are in luck as Easter Sunday has become synonymous with brunch. Grab your friends or family and celebrate the arrival of spring with a holiday feast at some of the best brunch spots in Los Angeles
. Along with delicious food and boozy-brunch options for adults and bunny and egg hunts for kids, take a day off from the kitchen and check out what some of this city’s restaurants have in store with our list of the top picks in town.
The BLVD at the Beverly Wilshire hotel will have a special menu with an added bottomless mimosa bar. Highlights include house-cured gravlax, duck confit hash and braised lamb shanks along with a dessert buffet with Cadbury eggs, bunny cupcakes, a macaron egg tree and more. The hotel will also have chocolate and marshmallow Easter eggs (including a mallet and treats inside), as well as egg cartons with treats.
The BLVD, 9500 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA, USA, +1 310 385 3901
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Culina Modern Italian
This Easter Sunday, executive chef Cyrille Pannier at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has created an endless buffet of egg-centric delights, along with Culina favorites including an Alaskan King Crab station, Belgian waffles, omelets made to order, dim sum, sushi and an elaborate carving station with honey-glazed smoked ham and roasted prime rib. The brunch will also feature healthy items from the Farmers Market salad station, children’s brunch selections and an elaborate chocolate and candy dessert station. Diners can also enjoy house made giant chocolate Easter Eggs on display, as well as the time-honored tradition of an Easter Egg Hunt and activities like an Easter Bunny and a balloon and tattoo artist taking place throughout the day.
Culina Modern Italian, 300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA, USA, +1 310 860 4000
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Estérel Restaurant welcomes guests for the feast of the year with a seafood, salad and cold display, hot offerings, which include flatbread and quiche and a plethora of side options, a carving station, à la carte additions ordered tableside, a dessert station and an edible garden. Pricing is $95 for adults, which includes bottomless mimosas and bloody marys, $30 for kids between six and 13 and free for children under six, plus kids can enjoy an egg hunt along with a lot of other surprises, guaranteeing a great family day ahead.
Estérel Restarurant, Sofitel LA at Beverly Hills, 8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, USA, +1 310 358 3979
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FIG & OLIVE
West Hollywood’s olive oil oasis, FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place, welcomes friends and family to celebrate over a three-course prix-fixe brunch in honor of the egg-ceptional holiday. The team’s seasonally inspired menu evokes the bright tastes of the coastal Riviera balanced with the full and ripe flavors of locally sourced fruits and vegetables. To add, the French Riviera-inspired dishes highlight a selection of dishes from the restaurant’s newly launched spring menu, including a citrusy crab salad, a crisply seared Riviera salmon, and a comforting vegetarian quiche, and to finish, the restaurant serves a sweet cup of clementine vacherin for dessert, which features blood orange coulis, clementine sorbet, white chocolate mousse, and meringue.
FIG & OLIVE, 8490 Melrose Pl, West Hollywood, CA, USA, +1 310 360 9100
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The Hungry Cat
This Easter Sunday, The Hungry Cat will be serving high quality spring inspired dishes in addition to their broad selection of fresh local and seasonal items. Guests can enjoy both Easter brunch and dinner at their Hollywood and Santa Monica locations and pair freshly caught seafood from their acclaimed raw bar with brunch/dinner specials. Brunch specials at The Hungry Cat Hollywood include ham hock hash, smoked trout rillettes, Maine lobster omelet, cornmeal waffles and fried chicken, while The Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon’s specials include chicken ‘n waffles, crab cake benedict, shrimp ‘n grits, chorizo ‘n eggs and blueberry and ricotta pancakes.
Hungry Cat, 1535 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA, USA, +1 323 462 2155
Saddle Peak Lodge
The Michelin-starred Saddle Peak Lodge, which specializes in New American cuisine featuring wild game, sustainable seafood, and local farmers market produce, will be hosting their annual Easter Brunch. Chef Kufek will be offering a special three-course menu with menu items including rosemary leg of lamb sandwich with mint-walnut pesto and brie, prime rib with horseradish cream, croissant eggs benedict, and goat cheese quiche.
Saddle Peak Lodge, 419 Cold Canyon Rd, Calabasas, CA, USA, +1 818 222 3888
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Taste on Melrose
Become a kid again during Taste on Melrose‘s Easter brunch, where you can feast on Green Eggs and Ham, indulge in a dessert buffet and embark on an adult Easter egg hunt, where guests can score candy, free cocktail tickets and even a dinner for two. Other menu items include the savory Brussels sprout hash and eggs, a crab omelet and a plethora of sweets, including assorted macarons, brioche bread pudding, worms in dirt, pie pops, and more. The three course prix fixe menu includes access to the dessert buffet.
Taste on Melrose, 8454 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA, USA, +1 323 852 6888
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At Toscana in Brentwood, Executive Chef Hugo Vasquez introduces an imaginative menu of Italian-inspired, house made seasonal market brunch specialties for Easter Sunday. Savory specials include brunch pizza, steak and eggs, build-your-own frittata and a spaghetti carbonara, while those with a sweet tooth can enjoy crespelle dolci, blueberry ricotta pancakes, and bomboloni, Italian donuts filled with Chantilly cream. While parents are enjoying freshly made house mimosas and bellinis, children can order dishes designed just for them.
Toscana, 11633 San Vicente Blvd #100, Los Angeles, CA, USA, +1 310 820 2448
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The Ballroom at Terranea will be hosting their annual Champagne Ballroom Brunch, which will offer complimentary champagne, a selection of house made morning pastries, an egg and omelet station, an Asian kitchen buffet, pasta and risotto station, carving board, cheese and charcuterie, salad bar, dessert station, children’s buffet and children’s dessert table. Guests of the brunch can also participate in resort activities including the Terranea Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt, Petting Zoo, and Easter Treasures Arts and Crafts Booths, where families will be able to create their own colored eggs, Easter cards, and other small craft projects.
Terranea Resort, 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, USA, +1 310 494 7891
Terranea’s Easter Eggstravaganza | Courtesy of Terranea Resort | Photo credit: Terranea Resort
Viceroy Santa Monica
Viceroy Santa Monica
Viceroy Santa Monica will be hosting an Easter brunch this year for all friends and family to enjoy. Guests can enjoy specialty cocktails like the Easter Egg Martini or London Bunny, alongside traditional breakfast favorites such as the eggs benedict, meat and omelette carving stations, smoked salmon platter and Oreo cookie cheesecake.
Viceroy Santa Monica, 1819 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA, USA, +1 310 260 7500