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Easter & Passover

03/21/2018

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse’s Easter
Enjoy a special, prix fixe Easter brunch menu that begins with your choice of Lobster Bisque, Modern Caesar or Housemade Burrata Salad followed by a mouthwatering entrée selection** that includes Fleming’s Signature Eggs Benedict, Cinnamon Apple Brioche French Toast or Ora King Salmon Cobb Salad. All entrées are accompanied by Lyonnaise potatoes with caramelized onions and chopped parsley as well as pan-seared asparagus with blistered grape tomatoes. To end the afternoon on a sweet note, guests can indulge in a choice of New York Cheesecake, Crème Brulee or Fresh Berries and Chantilly Cream. Fleming’s hasn’t forgotten about the little ones – children even have their own prix fixe menu! Starting with fresh seasonal fruits, children have the choice of Cheddar Cheese Omelet, Steak and Fries or Cinnamon Apple Brioche French Toast and an ice cream sundae or fresh fruit sorbet for dessert. Prices, menu items and participation may vary by location. $47; locations here.

The Raymond 1886’s Easter
Begin your Easter Sunday Brunch with the things to start with family breakfast platter that is full of apple fritters, cinnamon roll, muffin and fresh fruit. Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan’s Chef is serving up omelettes where you have a choice of shrimp, a vegetarian option, corned beef hash, or jalapeño-cured bacon. Get spicy with Huevos Montuleños made with scrambled eggs, tortillas, black beans, corn salsa, roasted tomato-guajillo chili sauce, avocado, and cotija cheese, or the Smoked-Salmon Eggs Benedict made with tarragon creamy cheese, asparagus and hollandaise. Other selections include the Togarashi Crusted Ahi Tuna Sandwich with soy marinated cucumbers, wasabi aioli, sprouts, lettuce and tomatoes; the Raymond Cheeseburger, made with ground Kobe beef, cheddar, pickles, lettuce, tomato and “Eva’s Secret Sauce” on a brioche bun; or the Spicy BLT with jalapeño-cured bacon, avocado-cilantro mayo, lettuce, marinated tomato, sprouts on a toasted multigrain bread; and the Panzanella Salad with shrimp, toasted bread, arugula, olives, capers, parsley, mozzarella and house dressing. Sip on the 1886 Bloody Mary made with Dirty Sue Olive Juice Mix and an array of salts and spices, or the rejuvenating Ramos Fizz with gin, fresh citrus, cream, egg white, and orange-flower water topped with soda. Sunday, Brunch: 9- 2:30 pm, Dinner: 5:30-10 pm; 1250 South Fair Oaks Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105; 626.441.3136

CHAYA Downtown’s Easter
This Easter Sunday celebrate with a spectacular brunch buffet. Be sure to fill your glass with Bottomless Mimosas ($10), then head to the Easter brunch buffet and enjoy an array of crab, oysters, scallops, smoked salmon, eggs Benedict, and more. You can create your own omelet at the Yakatori Grill with other hot items at the carving station. There will also be sushi rolls, nigiri, and bite-sized sweets and treats.  $60; Sunday, 10:30 am-2:30 pm; 525 South Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071; 213.236.957

À La Carte Brunch at NoMad Los Angeles
NoMad Los Angeles’ Lobby restaurant will be open for brunch service on Easter Sunday serving offerings that include a breakfast burrito with suckling pig, spinach and chile de arbol and a Benedict with smoked salmon. Enjoy at home and pick up sweet & savory pastries to-go from the Coffee Bar, including executive pastry chef Mark Welker’s horchata and ham & cheese croissants. Sunday, 11am – 3pm; 649 South Olive Street, Los Angeles CA 90014;  reservations here or 213.358.0000

Spring’s Easter
Easter Brunch has sprung at Spring and restaurateur Yassmin Sarmadi and Executive Chef Tony Esnault have prepared a four-course Easter brunch menu comprised of many French fare. Start your Easter brunch with Bottomless Mimosas ($12), and of course, Easter eggs! Enjoy an Amuse Bouche of bread soil, beets, pickled mustard seeds and fine herbs. For the First Course, begin with a selection of house-made Pastries such as Chef Esnault’s Croissants, Pain au Chocolat, Fresh Baguette with house-made Rhubarb and Cherry Preserves, or the Avocado Tartine made with country bread toast, sprouts, hemp seeds, and arugula salad, or the Carrot-Ginger Soup made with confit carrots, celery, chervil, crostini, and extra virgin olive oil. At the Second Course, choose between the Eggs Florentine with spinach, organic poached eggs, and hollandaise, or indulge in the special Mary’s Chicken Breast with roasted asparagus, crushed potato, tomato Provençale, chive blossoms, or Chef Esnault’s Lamb Shank served with creamy polenta, snap peas, turnip, green garlic purée, and lamb jus. For dessert, choose between the Spring Easter “Egg” with coconut mousse, passion fruit and mango coulis and coconut meringue, the Carrot Cake, or the Louis XV made with Jivara Valrhona chocolate crème, crunchy hazelnut, and praline. Sunday, 11 am-3: pm; 257 South Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.372.5189

Café Pinot’s Easter
Enjoy Easter on one of DTLA’s most beautiful patios. Café Pinot will be offering a la carte menu of small and large brunch dishes only available on Easter Sunday. Celebrate the holiday with an unforgettable experience from Executive Chef Viet Pham’s French-inspired menu, with highlights including Smoked Trout Deviled Eggs, Chorizo and Squid, Cheddar Biscuits and Gravy, and Steak and Eggs. Sunday, 10:30 am – 3 pm; 700 West 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071

Kendall’s Brasserie’s Easter
The recently-renovated French brasserie will be offering a two-course prix-fixe menu. Celebrate the special holiday with French classics by Chef Jean Pierre Bosc, including Avocado Salad, Quiche, and Prosciutto Benedict. $25; Sunday, 10:30 am – 3 pm; 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012 

Lost & Founders Egg Hunt (Sixth St. Tavern, Beelman’s, Library Bar, Spring St. Bar)
Embark on an Easter egg hunt through 4 Downtown LA bars – Sixth St. TavernLibrary BarBeelman’s, and Spring Street Bar, and egg hunters that ultimately uncover a hidden egg will have the chance to win a free Canadian Breakfast Stout or Kentucky Breakfast Stout from Founders Brewing at the Lost & Founders event on April 12.

Easter at Gratitude Beverly Hills
Gratitude Beverly Hills, Café Gratitude’s upscale sister restaurant, brings elevated plant-based dining and an ingredient-focused menu for you to enjoy this Easter. Wash it down with an Easter-inspired featured cocktail, the Spring Fling with Mezcal Espadin, grapefruit juice, agave, Blue Spirulina, and house made ginger beer, one of the newest concoctions by Beverage Manager Jon Eiswerth. Sunday; 419 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 424.389.1850 or book online

Spago’s Easter
Celebrate with a three course Easter menu at Spago. Plus, enjoy a Champagne cocktail and tincture bar. The Easter bunny will be there too. $145, $65/children under 12; Sunday; 10:30 am-2:30 pm; 176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.385.0880

Poolside Easter Brunch at Mr. C Beverly Hills
Mr. C Beverly Hills is inviting you to spend Easter at their annual Poolside Easter Brunch on the yacht-inspired pool deck. The Restaurant at Mr. C’s special buffet will feature classic Cipriani cuisine and options presented by Executive Chef Giuseppe Manco including an omelet and waffle station, carving station with slow roast leg of lamb, chicken, salmon, and seasonal vegetables, crudo raw bar station, a European cheese and charcuterie station, and for dessert a gelato stand with chocolate eggs and sweet candy toppings. You also have the option to pair your brunch with bottomless Bellinis (invented by Giuseppe Cipriani at Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy in the 1940s) or Belvedere Bloody Marys. The brunch will have fun entertainment suitable for the entire family including live music by the Mudbug Brass Band, a special appearance from the Easter bunny, plus a candy-filled egg hunt. $105, $45/ages 4-12, and free for guests ages 4 and under; Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035; reservations can be made at here

Gracias Madre’s Easter
West Hollywood Mexican vegan hotspot, Gracias Madre and Executive Chef Chandra Gilbert are serving up Easter specials like Cashew Ricotta Stuffed French Toast with lemon curd, berries, and rosemary and Grilled Asparagus with olive, wine reduction, garlic breadcrumbs, and parsley. Sip on an Easter-inspired featured cocktail, La Aviacion with tequila blanco, violet, maraschino, and lemon, courtesy of Beverage Director Maxwell Reis, because what’s a brunch without a little booze? Sunday; 8905 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 323.978.2170 or book online

Ivory on Sunset’s Easter
Spend your Easter Sunday with sweeping views of the city of angels at the Sunset Blvd restaurant. Tucked away in the Mondrian LA, this Los Angeles hotspot will be offering its brunch menu, full of sweet and savory brunch items that highlight the freshest California ingredients. Enjoy handcrafted Easter specials like the Duck Confit Benny or Shrimp & Grits, courtesy of Executive Chef Andrew Bice. Sunday, 10:30 am-3 pm; 8440 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 323.848.6000 or visit the website

Ray’s & Stark Bar’s Easter
Located just a few steps from LACMA’s iconic Urban Lights installation, Ray’s and Stark Bar features creative, globally-inspired cuisine and famed pizzas from Executive Chef Fernando Darin. Ray’s will be celebrating the occasion with an additional la carte Easter brunch menu, with highlights including Ray’s Eggs Benedict, Pancakes with dark chocolate ganache and brown butter hollandaise, and an Egg Salad Sandwich. Sunday, 10 am – 3 pm; 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 

The Stalking Horse’s Easter 
Celebrate Easter at The Stalking Horse Brewery and Freehouse with traditional Cornish fare and an onsite craft brewery. In honor of Easter, Chef Trevor Faris is a preparing a slow-roasted Prime Rib, which will be offered throughout the day for brunch and dinner diners. Enjoy a special Stalking Horse brew or mimosa for a much-needed brunch pick-me-up or a glass of wine in the evening for an additional $6. Sunday, 10 am-10 pm; 10543 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064; 424.832.7511

Family-Style Prix-Fixe Brunch at Craft Los Angeles 
At Tom Colicchio’s Craft Los Angeles in Century City, chef Denis Crutchfield and pastry chef Shannon Swindle will offer a three-course Easter brunch inclusive of assorted pastries, farmers’ market fruit, ricotta and granola for the table. Second course dishes, served family-style, include duck pastrami with turnips and rye, as well as Dungeness Crab with pea tendrils and burrata. Guests can select individual main courses that range from sweet, such as babka pudding with roasted Harry’s strawberries and clotted cream, to savory, such as a rabbit pappardelle with green garlic and fava beans. $65; Sunday, 11 am – 2 pm; 10100 Constellation Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067; reservations here or 310.279.4180

Easter at The Proud Bird
The Proud Bird, the aviation-themed food bazaar with stunning views of the LAX runways, will be hosting Easter specials all day long. The Food Bazaar will be offering all-you-can-eat items as part of its Unlimited Bazaar Pass featuring favorites such as Bludso’s BBQ, chicken and waffles, pizzas, and burgers, and also includes one day only specials such as the Easter holiday ham, biscuits and gravy and much more. There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt for the kiddos, taking place in the Outdoor Airplane Park, a special Easter Craft Table for the artsy kid in all of us, and Surprise Easter Bunny visits all day long! $32.95, $19.95/children; Sunday, 10 am-5 pm; 11022 Aviation Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Easter Sunday at Baltaire
Celebrate with a decadent buffet-style brunch from Executive Chef Travis Strickland who brings chef-driven, farmers market-inspired food to the table. Enjoy a shellfish tower, selection of breakfast favorites and pastries, carving station including prime rib, glazed nueske ham and roasted spring lamb, salad assortment, desserts, and more. $85, $45/children; Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; reservation via here or 424.273.1660

Cafe Birdie’s Easter
At Highland Park’s Cal-Mediterranean hot spot, Cafe Birdie’s Executive Chef Renata Rokicki will be serving brunch specials including Country Ham Biscuits with eggs, Spring Vegetable Frittata, and freshly baked Hot Cross Buns. For Easter dinner enjoy Lamb Chops with polenta and kale, a traditional Glazed Ham with fingerling potatoes and horseradish mustard sauce, and Coconut Cake. Sunday, brunch: 10 am – 2 pm, dinner: 5 – 10 pm; 5631 N. Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042; make reservations can be made here or 323.739.6928

Hotel Shangri-La’s Easter
Enjoy an Easter Brunch including build your own omelette and eggs station, seafood bar, hot buffet, carving/cold stations, a decadent dessert display, live entertainment and one complimentary glass of champagne for adults. Kids 12 and under can join in the Egg Hunt taking place at The Courtyard and take pictures with the Easter Bunny before egg hunting. $89, $45/Children 12 & under; Sunday, 11 am-2 pm (egg hunt starts at 1 pm in The Courtyard); Hotel Shangri-La, 1301 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Easter Weekend at Del Frisco’s Grille Santa Monica
There’s no better way to celebrate Easter than brunch by the beach. With a chef-driven menu featuring elevated twists on classic American dishes, families can enjoy a lively Easter weekend at Del Frisco’s Grille Santa Monica and indulge in signature items such as the Grille’s Truffle-Chive Deviled Eggs and hand carved Bone-In Prime Rib served with homemade Au Jus and creamy Horseradish, before finishing off the experience with a slice of Six-Layer Lemon Doberge Cake. Friday-Sunday; 1551 Ocean Ave. #105, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.395.7333

Easter at Herringbone Santa Monica
This Easter Sunday, celebrate with bubbles and brunch at local Santa Monica hotspot Herringbone. Nosh on Easter specials like Soft Baked Eggs, Crab and Bacon Omelet or Lobster Quiche, or opt for regular brunch menu favorites, all courtesy of Executive Chef Tim Sanders. Don’t forget the endless rosé, bottomless mimosas, and ultimate bloody Mary that will keep you buzzing all day long. Sunday, 10 am-2 pm; 1755 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 310.971.4460 or book through the website

Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach’s Easter
The coastal resort will be hosting a spring spectacular with a brunch, Easter egg hunts with the Easter Bunny, arts & crafts, and a movie screening. Easter brunch menu highlights: Chilled carrot-ginger soup with lemon crème fraiche and carrot top gremolata; Field greens with heirloom red quinoa, Persian cucumbers, marinated artichoke hearts, sweet yellow beets, sunflower sprouts, crumbled feta cheese, dried cherries, candied walnuts, and croutons; a charcuterie board of cured and smoked meats and artisanal cheeses; Seasoned jumbo shrimp, stone crab claws and fresh shucked oysters; Local halibut ceviche; Crab cakes with spicy chipotle aioli, spring chive and lemon aioli; Gluten free muffins; Omelets made to order; Cage free scrambled eggs and cage free egg whites; Eggs Benedict with a lemony hollandaise; Buttermilk pancakes white chocolate whipped cream, chocolate chips, blackberry compote, and vanilla marinated strawberries; Herb and pepper encrusted carved baron of beef with natural jus; Honey and tangerine glazed Easter ham with maple whole grain mustard; Rosemary-garlic-mustard-lemon roasted leg of lamb and cucumber yogurt-mint sauce; Artichoke mascarpone ravioli; Petite ratatouille; Lobster ravioli with spring pea shoots, snipped chives, and saffron cream sauce; and desserts including a chocolate fountain with pound cake and rice krispy treats; gelato bar with seasonal offerings and traditional toppings; burnt sugar caramel flan with seasonal fruit; and signature bread pudding with crème anglaise. $94, $74/65 and over, $34/ages 6-12, kids 5 and under free (unlimited champagne, coffee, tea and juice included); Sunday; 10 am-2 pm; 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648; 714.845.4627

Easter Weekend Brunch at A Basq Kitchen

Celebrate with dishes like Amatxi’s (“Grandma’s”) Quiche made with wild mushrooms, pancetta and spinach accompanied by a baby green salad; Roasted Lambchetta served with potatoes braves and lemon mint curd; and Easter Sunday Paella with house cured ham simmered with bomba rice and saffron with dyed eggs (available Sunday only while supplies last). Saturday & Sunday; 136 N International Boardwalk, Redondo Beach CA, 90277

Easter Brunch at BaleenKitchen
BaleenKitchen’s Easter Brunch menu includes Baguette French Toast, Huevos Redondos, Crab Toast, Iced Oysters, Baja-Style Duck Tacos and Baleen Burger Sliders, among others. Bottomless Mimosas are available for $20. BaleenKitchen will be offering “Easter treats for the little Peeps”, which includes an assortment of Easter candies, trinkets and toys in a large Easter basket. Sunday, 7 am-2:30 pm; 260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach, CA 90277; 310.379.8481

Maple at Descanso Gardens’ Easter
Nestled in the Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge, Maple and Executive Chef Philip Mack’s will be hosting a brunch in the Rose Pavilion, complete with a visit from the Easter Bunny and entrance to the gardens. Menu and buffet highlights include Homestyle Fresh Baked Muffins, Sicilian Orange Salad, Garden Crudités, Country Omelet Station, Belgian Waffle Station, and more. Sunday, 9 am – 2 pm; 1418 Descanso Dr, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011

Easter Carbon-ara Pizza at Pizzana

Neo-Neapolitan pizzeria Pizzana celebrates Easter with the debut of Daniele Uditi’s new spring special: a carbon-ara pizza ($22). Inspired by the classic pasta, the pie features fior di latte, pancetta and carbonara sauce, as well a sprinkling of activated charcoal breadcrumbs. In addition to the special pizza, available throughout the month of April, guests can enjoy dishes from Pizzana’s à la carte menu such as the corbarina with San Marzano DOP, squash blossoms, burrata, cherry tomato and gremolata; and the bianca with fior di latte, panna, fennel sausage, shaved fennel and red onion, to name a few. Sunday; 11712 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 310.481.7108

Green Eggs & Lamb at Love & Salt
A few steps from the pier in Manhattan Beach, Love & Salt offers a tranquil seaside setting for Easter brunch. To celebrate the holiday, chef Michael Fiorelli is serving a special “green” eggs & lamb featuring grilled lamb loin, fried farm eggs and salsa verde with rye toast ($24), alongside the restaurant’s regular weekend brunch menu. The à la carte menu includes Italian-inspired dishes such as “cacio e pepe” eggs on toast with soft scrambled eggs, pecorino and cracked pepper; duck egg pizza with pancetta, rosemary, mozzarella and parmesan; and ricotta pancakes with blueberries and fresh lemon curd. To end on a sweet note, guests can indulge in warm fig cake or share a plate of Love & Salt’s signature Italian donuts. Sunday; 317 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; 310.545.5252

Shade Hotels’ Decadent Easter Brunch
Indulge in an extravagant seaside Easter holiday at Shade Hotels in Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach! Both hotels will host elaborate holiday brunch buffets and supervised craft tables for the kids. At Shade Manhattan Beach, Executive Chef Johnny Tran of Shade Manhattan Beach’s contemporary restaurant and lounge, zinc@Shade, will offer a menu of traditional breakfast selections such as scrambled eggs; country potatoes; applewood smoked bacon and chicken apple sausage; eggs Benedict; French toast with fresh berries and more. In addition, there will be an omelet and carving station with baked ham and honey mustard sauce; mini crab cakes with Cajun aioli; cabernet braised black Angus short ribs, Atlantic salmon filets and a farm-to-table grilled vegetable platter with dipping sauces. They will also offer banana bread; Danishes; cinnamon rolls; homemade muffins and scones; a gourmet cheese display with rustic breads and crackers and more. For the healthier side of things, a salad station will offer classic Caesar salad with sourdough croutons; heirloom tomato and burratta salad with pulled basil, and a meatless signature Zinc Chopped Salad. A special kids’ menu will be available in addition. For dessert, children and guests can indulge their sweet tooth with a chocolate fondue fountain and assorted dipping items such as strawberries, marshmallows, Oreos, pineapple, and Rice Crispies. At Sea Level Restaurant and Lounge at Shade Redondo Beach, Executive Chef Aaron Robbins will offer a brunch including vanilla bean French toast with salted butter and blueberry compote; scrambled eggs; corn beef hash with sous vide eggs and chipotle hollandaise; roasted salmon with tomato-olive relish and saffron beure blanc; Herb roasted prime rib with horseradish crème and au jus, as well as a rigatoni with garlic roasted tomatoes, Pomodoro, fresh basil, mozzarella, and parmesan cheeses. You can pick and choose from five assorted display tables including a smoked salmon display with sliced heirloom tomatoes, sliced red onions, hot house cucumbers, capers, dill, a bagel assortment and whipped cream cheese; a charcuterie and artisan cheese board with apricot compote, olive tapenade, roasted garlic confit and warm bread rolls; a shrimp cocktail on ice display, an omelet station with chef attendant and more. For those looking to add some greens to their brunch, some choices include a traditional baby greens salad with spiced pecans, sliced strawberries, goat cheese and balsamic vinaigrette; or a Greek-inspired orzo pasta salad with feta, Kalamata olives, red onion, cucumbers and a Mediterranean vinaigrette. To finish things off, indulge in traditional dessert items like individual chia puddings with shaved coconut and fresh berries; or more decadent options like a Tropical Terrine of coconut cremeux, braised pineapple and passion injector or a strawberry lemon cheesecake terrine. Guests can reserve a table on the Horizon Level overlooking the marina or at Sea Level restaurant. $60, $25/children under 10; Sunday, 9 am-3 pm; Shade Manhattan Beach, 1221 N. Valley Dr, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266, 310.469.3466; Sea Level located at Shade Redondo Beach, 655 North Harbor Dr, Redondo Beach, CA 90277, 310.921.8950

Leatherby’s Café Rouge’s Easter
Located in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Leatherby’s recently re-opened in January as a reimagined steakhouse with a modernized interior and new menu from Executive Chef Greg Stillman. Normally only open for dinner, Leatherby’s will be offering an exclusive, celebratory Easter brunch, including a three-course, prix-fixe menu. Menu highlights include Challah French toast, Tagliatelle Dungeness Crab Pasta, and a “Carrotini” specialty cocktail for an additional price. $39, $10/children; Sunday, 11 am-1 pm; 615 Town Center Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Easter with Chef Ella Freyinger Inc.
Chef Ella Freyinger, Inc. will be offering a full Easter menu for delivery this holiday. Begin the meal with Herbed Deviled Eggs with capers, shallot, and celery leaf. Enjoy flakey Buttermilk Biscuits served with whipped butter and marmalade. For your entree, choose from Grilled Leg of Lamb with lemon, fennel seed, and mustard, or Glazed Ham with winter citrus marmalade or Poached Salmon with leeks, dill, and fennel. To accompany your protein, enjoy delicious side dishes including Braised Baby Carrots with shallot, thyme,and honey, Asparagus and Peas with tarragon, sherry vinegar, and olive oil, and Roasted New Potatoes with green garlic & mint pesto. Finish the celebratory meal with a Strawberry-Rhubarb Tart with heritage grain crust, custard, and vanilla. The Easter Menu is offered at $65 per person (minimum of 6 people) including delivery on March 31st. To order, email catering@ellafreyinger.com by March 27th. Be sure to include your choice of protein! (Photo Credit: Chef Ella Freyinger, Inc.)

Huckleberry Bakery & Café’s Easter & Passover Offerings
Create a hearty spread for Easter Brunch with a House-Smoked Salmon Schmear & Mini Everything Bagel Platter, complete with all the fixings, or a rustic Egg White Frittata with roasted mushrooms, leeks and feta. Round out the meal with springtime Roasted Asparagus with herbed lemon Dijon sauce, Carrot Cream Cheese Cupcakes, and more. Fill your Passover Seder Table with traditional dishes like Potato Pancakes with organic sour cream and house made apple sauce, Organic Noodle Kugel with golden raisins and sweet custard, Creekstone Farms Braised Beef Brisket and much more. Don’t forget dessert, like a Gluten-Free Apple Honey Upside-Down Cake. Available from March 30-April 7. The entire Easter and Passover menus can be viewed on Huckleberry’s website. Catering orders can be placed every day after 2 pm by calling 3104.51.2311. Most orders require 48 hours-notice. Easter: March 31st & April 1st, Passover: March 30th through April 7th; 1014 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica CA 90401

By Whitney

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