Little Easy
You don’t have to go to Louisiana for good, old fashioned Southern hospitality with Little Easy serving up New Orleans Style Brunch this Easter. Chef Brian Garrigues is cooking up down home comfort food like Grandma’s Biscuits & Gravy with made-from-scratch cheddar biscuits, topped with house-made gravy. There’s also the Little Easy Scramble with Cajun chicken, home fries, onions, bell peppers tossed & topped with cheddar cheese; Chicken & Waffles served with house-made gravy, Belgian-style waffle and maple syrup; Steak and Eggs made up of braised short rib with house-made gravy, eggs your way & home fries; the Bourbon Street Breakfast Burrito filled with scrambled eggs, home fries, onions, bell peppers, andouille sausage & a blend of cheeses, served with salsa. Add Bottomless Mimosas to any entree or get creative at the Bloody Mary Bar and stir up your own boozy concoction. Other libations from Bar Manager Ally DeVellis include the Lavender Ramos Gin Fizz, a mixture of Beefeater gin, lemon and orange juices, creamy egg whites, orange flower water and lavender syrup and Milk Punch, a bucket glass filled with Gosling’s dark rum, honey and egg whites. Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 216 West 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.628.3113

Café Pinot
Adjacent to the historic LA Library in the heart of DTLA, this California French-inspired garden café offers a three-course prixe fixe Easter Brunch. A few highlights from Executive Chef Megan Logan include: Artichoke Barigoule Veloute with butter poached lobster and crispy sunchokes; House Made Porchetta with toasted farro, Calabrian chile, charred baby broccoli, scallions, poached egg; andBraised Rabbit Ravioli with beet greens, spring peas, baby carrots, rabbit jus, and Parmesan foam. $55, $19/children 10 and under; Sunday; 700 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071; 213.239.6500

Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar celebrates Easter Brunch with a three-course prixe fixe of classic and contemporary French favoritesExecutive Chef Jean Pierre Bosc shares some of his favorite dishes from France’s Rhone Valley, including: Soupe à L’onion Gratinee with Gruyère cheese and croutons; Grilled Chicken Paillard with wild mushrooms, potato purée, and sautéed spinach; and Omelette Basquaise with tomato confit, piquillo pepper, onion, chorizo, Petit Basque cheese, and roasted fingerling potatoes. $44, $19/children 10 and under; Sunday, 10:30 am-3 pm; 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.972.7322

Ray’s and Stark Bar
Located within the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (LACMA), Ray’s and Stark Bar serves up an array of artful and inspiring a la carte plates in honor of the Easter holiday. Highlights from Executive Chef Fernando Darin include: Chopped Chicory with bacon lardons, fourme d’ambert, and soft poached egg; Brioche French Toast with chocolate ganache and hazelnut; Pork Belly Sandwich with soft scrambled eggs and fried shallots; and Brussel Sprouts Pizza with anchovy, garlic, and capers. Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.857.6180

The Raymond 1886
Begin your brunch with the Family Breakfast Platter of apple fritters, cinnamon roll, and fresh fruit. For omelettes, you can choose proteins like shrimp, vegetarian, corned beef hash, or jalapeño bacon. Other dishes include Huevos Montuleños made with scrambled eggs on crispy tortillas with black beans, corn salsa, roasted tomato-guajillo chile sauce, avocado, and cotija cheese; Smoked-Salmon Eggs Benedict with tarragon creamy cheese, asparagus and hollandaise; Togarashi Crusted Ahi Tuna Sandwich with soy marinated cucumbers, wasabi aioli, sprouts, lettuce and vine-ripened tomatoes; the Raymond Cheeseburger, made with ground Kobe beef, melted cheddar, pickles, lettuce, tomato and “Eva’s Secret Sauce” on a brioche bun; 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. Cocktails include the seasonally infused Bloody Mary with Dirty Sue Olive Juice Mix and an array of salts and spices, or the Ramos Fizz with gin, fresh citrus, cream, egg white, and orange-flower water topped with soda. Sunday, 9 am-2:30 pm; 1250 South Fair Oaks Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105; 626.441.3136

Feast on an Easter prix fixe brunch menu with dishes including House Baked Bread with Lovage Herb Butter; Bruschetta on house made Bread with Cherry Tomato, Burrata & Basil; Grilled Octopus Gazpacho with Tomatillo, Cucumber, Avocado; Seasonal Fruit & House made Yogurt; Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad; House Made Chicken Apple Sausage with Wild Fennel, Two Eggs, Tomato Rosemary Lentils; House Bread, Bread Pudding French Toast; Fried Chicken & House Pancakes; Girasol BLT on their house Bread with Rosemary Aioli, Tomato, Sunny Side Egg, Niman Ranch Bacon; and bottomless mimosas or poinsettas. $55; Sunday; 11334 Moorpark St, Studio City, CA 91602; 818.924.2323

The Bellwether
The popular Studio City eatery is adding a lamb hash with eggs, pickled green garlic, and salsa verde for $16 to Chef Ted Hopson’s Sunday brunch menu. Sunday, 10:30 am-2:30 pm; 13251 Ventura Blvd, Suite A, Studio City, CA 91604; 818.285.8184

FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place
West Hollywood’s olive oil oasis welcomes you to celebrate over a three-course prix-fixe brunch. Their seasonally-inspired menu includes Provencal Carrot & Thyme Soup; Crab Salad made with jumbo lump crab, celery, celeriac, snow pea, green apple, lime, cilantro, scallion, horseradish mayo, and pink peppercorn; Vegetarian Quiche with mushroom, spinach, parmesan, and shallots baked in a savory tart of puff pastry and served with a little gem lettuce tossed with crispy shallots, chives, and a citrus dressing; Steak & Eggs with roasted fingerling potatoes and a chimichurri sauce; Riviera Salmon with grilled asparagus, braised fennel, pea purée, lemon zest, and an Arbequina olive oil emulsion; and Clementine Vacherin with blood orange coulis, clementine sorbet, white chocolate mousse, and meringue. $40; Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 8490 Melrose Pl, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.360.9100

Gracias Madre
Gracias Madre is taking their brunch to a new level this Easter Sunday by offering additional entrée and cocktail specials. Enjoy Meyer Lemon French Toast ($15) served with mixed berries, lemon curd, coconut cream and rosemary syrup or opt for the Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcake ($10) made of a brown sugar biscuit, cashew whipped cream, orange pecan dust and strawberry compote. Additionally, Beverage Director Jason Eisner has created a special Nasca Sour cocktail made with Quebranta Pisco, lemon, aqua faba Early Grey foam and carrot essense. Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 8905 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 323.978.2170

They are offering their full brunch menu, including Spelt Hot Cakes with whipped butter, maple syrup, and cinnamon; Chia Pudding with flax seeds, almond milk, and berries; the Big Breakfast including two eggs, pork sausage, house bacon, kale, potato rosti, avocado, and sourdough toast; and the Eveleigh Burger made from a selection of dry age cutes, cheddar, tomato-currant relish, pickle, onion, mustard aioli, and fries. In addition to their brunch menu, Eveleigh is also offering an Easter dinner special of different cuts, including leg of Windrose Biodynamic Lamb. Sunday; 8752 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069; 424.239.1630

Ocean Prime
Usually only open for dinner on the weekend, Ocean Prime will be offering a special Easter Sunday Brunch menu. The a la carte menu includes options like Crab & Eggs ($19) made with jumbo lump crab cakes on toasted English muffin with poached eggs and hollandaise, Three Cheese Quiche ($15), and Blackened Salmon Salad ($19). Round out your meal with a Blood Orange Mimosa ($10) or enjoy a glass of wine from the extensive beverage menu. Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 9595 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.859.4818

Mr. C Beverly Hills
Celebrate Easter at the Italian-inspired hotel with a festive Venetian style Easter buffet brunch poolside and at The Restaurant at Mr. C, featuring live music by the Mudbug Brass Band and a mini Easter egg hunt. Indulge in Cipriani classic pastas and hand sliced Prosciutto di Parma with European cheeses, plus made-to-order waffles, custom omelets or frittatas, and fresh crudo, crab claws, tuna scottato, and a carving station with slow roast leg of lamb and seasonal vegetables. Lastly, cool off with an ice cream and gelato stand with chocolate eggs and sweet candy toppings. $105, $49 children 4-12 yrs, bottomless Bellinis (additional $30/person); Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; 310.226.6245

Tanzy Westwood
Enjoy Brunch and The Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar at Tanzy in Westwood (they also have a hipster easter bunny). Brunch highlights include brioche french toast, crispy chicken & sourdough waffles, “bacon & eggs” ravioli, corned beef hash and more. The Easter Bloody Mary bar includes house made bloody mary base options from Tanzy’s classic from-scratch recipe to pescatarian style (clam juice) and carnivore style (beef stock) from master barman Adam Seger. Make it your own with garnishes ranging from crisp smoked bacon to cured meats, shrimp, cheese, veggies, pickles, fresh herbs, hot sauce, fresh peppers, and anything in between. Choose your spirit New Amsterdam Vodka, Evan Williams Bourbon or Camarena 100% de Agave Tequila – $12.  Make it Ultimate with Grey Goose Vodka or Corzo Reposado Tequila for $14. Sunday, 10:30 am-2:30 pm; 10840 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024; 310.307.7004

Brentwood’s steakhouse is pulling out all the stops with a decadent brunch buffet. Executive Chef Travis Strickland will be featuring a variety of house made pastries like banana bread, croissants, and muffins, along with an extravagant iced shellfish station with fresh oysters, shrimp, scallop ceviche, and king crab. A carving station with USDA Prime Rib, Glazed Nueske Spiral Ham, and Leg of Lamb will also be available, plus a cheese and charcuterie spread. Additional highlighted dishes include Spring Asparagus Salad with sieved eggs, crispy shallots, and whole grain mustard vinaigrette; English Pea Soup with mint; French Toast with mixed berry compote; Eggs Benedict with house made English muffins; and Sides like basil mashed potatoes, the restaurant’s signature mac and cheese, and spring vegetables. Desserts, include house made Easter cookies, Key Lime, Lemon Meringue and Strawberry-Rhubarb pies, Apple Crumble, and Salted Caramel Tarts. Bloody Mary carts will be roaming the room, and you can also enjoy the full brunch cocktail list by Beverage Manager Marianna Caldwell with options like a Lavender Gin Fizz with gin, lemon, cream, and egg white; and a Mezcal Sour with lemon, agave, and egg white (cocktails are an additional cost). $75, $45/children; Sunday, 9 am-4 pm; 11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 424.273.1660

Mastro’s Ocean Club
Sit right on the beach and enjoy fine dining with a beautiful view. The menu, features brunch favorites like the Maine Lobster Benedict; Belgian Waffles; and Mastro’s Tuna Burger. Sip on Mastro’s elegant signature cocktails like the bubbly Peach Bellini or Mastro’s Mojito with fresh mint and lime, served tall with splash of refreshing Club Soda. Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 18412 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265; 310.454.4357

In Greece, it is all about Easter, and Greek Easter is all about lamb, especially at Inotheke in Santa Monica! Indulge in the flavors of Greek Easter with Lamb “Margeritsa” featuring lamb shoulder, liver and kidney with artichokes and dill. Then, feast with the whole family with an assortment of shareable bites, like the Fava Dip Bottarga served with yellow split peas, thyme and scallions and the Gigantes with tomatoes, tzatziki and dill. Seafood lovers can enjoy the Pickled Octopus with mushrooms, celery, coriander, and dill; Shrimp Saganaki, shrimp in a spicy tomato sauce with feta and ouzo; or Swordfish Kakavia accompanied by celery root and doused in a vibrant saffron sauce. Sunday, 5-9 pm; 601 Broadway Ave, Suite 101, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.458.3366

41 Ocean
Santa Monica’s Chic Beachside Restaurant and Lounge, is offering a specialty Easter menu. Indulge in a wide variety of classic brunch dishes with a prix-fixe menu from 41 Ocean’s Chef Executive Chef Patrick Florendo. Enjoy culinary highlights like The 41 Scramble, served with onion, spinach, Portobello mushrooms, peppers and crumbled goat cheese with bacon, sausage or salmon; Eggs Benedict; or the DIY Lox, with capers, house cured salmon, tomato, red onion and whipped herb crème cheese served on a Sesame seed bagel, while sipping on hand-crafted cocktails like The Other Mary’, served with belvedere, golden heirloom tomato, horseradish, cracked pepper, celery salt, tajin rim; or The Spring Fling, made with St.Germain, mint, muddled cucumber and grey goose citron. $40; Sunday; 1541 Ocean Ave #150, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.566.3870 or emailing

Del Frisco’s Grille Santa Monica
Celebrate Easter Sunday with Del Frisco’s Grille’s take on a prime Easter Brunch! Enjoy a 16 oz. Prime Rib for $42 for brunch, lunch or dinner, and top it off with a Lemon Cake Jar for $9. Classic brunch items like the Grille Benedict, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Red Velvet Belgian Waffles and the new Breakfast Burrito also make for egg-celent Easter treats. Guests can bring the kids and enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt, so there’s something for the whole family. Sunday; 1551 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Cast Restaurant
Enjoy special cocktails like the Easter Egg Martini and the London Bunny, along with traditional brunch favorites. Stations include a carving station with herb roasted leg of lamb and maple glazed pork lion; omelet station, pancake and french toast station; and salads station with Baby Tuscan kale salad, Roasted beets and burrata, pistachios, cress and arugula, Arugula, asparagus, quinoa, parmesan, tarragon vinaigrette, and Shrimp cocktail. Dishes include traditional eggs Benedict, mac & cheese, Tuscan potatoes, Applewood smoked bacon, Chicken-apple sausage, tartines, smoked salmon, chicken salad, and assortment cookies, Coconut macaroons, Pecan pie tart, Lemon tart, Cannoli, Oreo cookie cheesecake, Lemon poppy seed tea bread, Marble tea bread. $60, $30/children 10 & under; Sunday, 11 am-3:30 pm; 1819 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.360.7511

The beautiful beachfront restaurant inside Hotel Casa del Mar is featuring a three-course, prix-fixe menu on Easter Sunday. Dishes include Grilled and Roasted Vegetable Terrine with eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, artichoke, and Portobello mushrooms; Red Snapper with grilled carrots and vegetable couscous, served in a curry broth; and Chocolate and Salted Caramel Bar with a feuilletine crust and Chantilly cream. $90; Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; 1910 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310.581.5533

El Segundo’s new “Nuevo Rancho” dining hotspot will feature $16 bottomless mimosas and micheladas in honor of the holiday, which you can enjoy in the restaurant’s beautiful indoor dining room or airy patio. Favorites from the brunch menu include the Beef Barbacoa Hash with Poached Eggs; Roasted Poblano Chili Omelet; and Huevos Rancheros, though diners can also nosh on all-day staples like theTamarind Shrimp Salad, Potato Rajas Tacos, or Pork Chili Verde w Sweet Corn Elote. Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 219 Main St, El Segundo, CA 90245; 310.322.2721

Love & Salt
In addition to the regular weekend brunch menu at this Manhattan Beach spot, Chef Michael Fiorelli will be offering an Easter-appropriate ricotta toast with grilled green garlic, house made lamb sausage, pea tendrils, and a soft cooked egg for $14. Sunday, 10 am-3 pm; 317 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; 310.545.5252

Shade Hotel
Manhattan Beach’s premiere luxury boutique hotel will offer a brunch buffet in the sun-filled courtyard and on the open air terrace of zinc@shade, with scrumptious dishes crafted by Executive Chef Ashley Oates. Among the offerings: the hotel’s beloved Brie and Pear Grilled Cheese Sandwiches; Prosciutto Burrata Grilled Cheese Sandwiches; Cabernet Braised Black Angus Short Ribs and Scottish Salmon Filets; French Toast with fresh berries; an Omelet Station; a Pancake Station; a Pasta Station; and assorted salads. The buffet will also feature a Chocolate Fountain, with assorted treats for dipping. $60, $25/children under 10 (drinks are not included); Sunday, 9 am-2:30 pm; 1221 N Valley Dr, Manhattan Beach, CA; 310.469.3466

The Ritz Prime Seafood
The Ritz has a few things going on. On Sunday, from 10 am-4 pm, enjoy a Prime Seafood A La Carte Easter Brunch and live music at the bar from noon to 4 pm. Start at the Bloody Mary Bar and enjoy the Ritz Egg with smoked salmon and caviar, a Crab & Hamachi Roll, Tempura Veggie Roll, a Create-your-own Ritz Seafood Tower and more. Easter Brunch entrees include Egg White Omelette, Lobster Benedict, Brioche French Toast, Short Rib Hash & Eggs, Smoked Salmon Benedict and Ritzy Bison Burger with foie gras, shishito aioli and onion marmalade. Sweets include Sticky Toffee Pudding, Chocolate Flourless Cake and an eight-layer Coconut Cake.The Ritz Prime Seafood Easter Dinner A La Carte is on Sunday, from 5-10 pm. Starter dishes include the Ossetra White Sturgeon Caviar served with crème fraîche, egg, chives, red onions and brioche toast points; Grilled Oysters; Ahi Tuna Poke; Jumbo Prawn Cocktail. Entrees featuring fish include John Dory, Faroe Islands Salmon, Block Island Swordfish and Chilean Sea Bass – all served with sauces. For meat lovers, selections are Jidori Chicken, Dry Aged Prime NY Strip, Filet Medallions and Pork Tomahawk Chop. To accompany entrees, the restaurant offers Taleggio Mac & Cheese, Creamed Corn, Grilled Asparagus and other sides. Sweets include Sticky Toffee Pudding, Chocolate Flourless Cake and an eight-layer Coconut Cake. The Ritz Prime Seafood, 2801 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach, CA 92663; 949.720.1800

Hotel Irvine
Celebrate with an Easter Picnic in The Backyard! Hotel Irvine is throwing an Easter extravaganza in The Backyard, with made-to-order crêpes, build-your-own eggs benedict, an oyster bar and a taco station, plus a Bloody Mary and mimosa bar. Guests can take part in an Easter egg hunt, enjoy photo booth fun, magician trickery, the Lizard Wizard and, of course, a special appearance by the Easter Bunny himself. Advance payment required. $59, $15/children 5-12; Sunday, 10 am-2 pm; 17900 Jamboree Rd, Irvine, CA 92614; 888.230.4452

Miramonte Resort & Spa
The all-day Miramonte Champagne Easter Brunch will be served buffet-style in the Mediterranean Ballroom. Chef Rodriquez is creating special breakfast and lunch selections featuring their New American farm-to-fork dishes. Choose among Omelets and Eggs Made-To-Order, Cajun Scramble with Andouille sausage and cheddar cheese, Date and Walnut French Toast, fresh fruit, assorted breakfast pastries, bagels and more. Lunch specials include favorites like Carved Herb Roasted Leg of Lamb with red wine mint demi, Carved Prime Rib of Beef, Pan Fried White Fish with Grove beurre blanc and vegetable sides, salads, artisan breads, an Antipasto Platter and Dessert Display. Guests of the resort and Easter Brunch diners are invited to visit the Mediterranean Lawn on Easter Day and receive a “Bunny” face from the resort’s face painting artists. $46 (bottomless Champagne flute and orange juice included), $23/children 12 and under; Sunday, 10 am-2 pm; 45000 Indian Wells Lane, Indian Wells, CA 92219; 760.341.2200

L’Auberge Del Mar
Celebrate with live music and outdoor seating at Coastline Restaurant, Waterfall Terrace, Sunset Terrace and Pacific Terrace. Buffet Stations include fruit, yogurt, breads, donuts, Eggs Benedict, white cheddar quiche, seafood, salads, pasta, carving stations, local cheeses, a one offering brunch item including Halibut with squash blossoms and potato cake and Braised Pork Belly with fromage blanc spaetzle and fiddlehead fern. There’s also a dessert station and a build-your-own Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar for $12. $90, $40/children under 12; Sunday, 10 am-2:30 pm; 1540 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014; 858.793.6460

Executive Chef Nathan Lingle and his culinary crew have created a special three-course menu to celebrate the Easter holiday, that you can enjoyed indoors or out on the restaurant’s expansive terrace with intimate patio cabanas. For the First Course, you have choices of White and Green Asparagus Salad; Local Fruit presented in a farm truck; and Arugula, Fennel and Grapefruit Salad. Next, the offerings include Cavatelli with crab meat, charred ramp and potato cream; Kimchi Benedict with crisp pork belly, Sonora wheat biscuit, poached egg and hollandaise; or Mushroom Torta with black beans, smoked field mushrooms, arugula, goat cheese and pickled pepper. The Third Course includes Strawberry Rhubarb Tart, Budino with hazelnut and chocolate and a Kona Coffee Crème Brûlée. You can also join in Seashell “Coloring” in the Amphitheater. Plus, during Easter weekend, you can get the Foodies’ Delight Easter Getaway Package with ocean vistas, luxurious accommodations and great food for enthusiasts. It includes overnight accommodations and a $150 dining credit towards Easter Brunch. Rates start at $360 per night for a standard room and are inclusive of tax, resort fee, valet parking and dining credit. Two-night minimum is required. Package is based on availability and some restrictions may apply. Brunch: $45, $20 for children under 12; Sunday, 10 am-2:30 pm; L’Auberge Del Mar, 1540 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014; 858.793.6460

Enjoy a Potato Leek Soup, Modern Caesar or Seasonal Berries to start, followed by a choice of entrée like Fleming’s Signature Eggs Benedict; Baked Brioche French Toast; Prime Rib; or Porcini Crusted Filet Mignon. End brunch on a sweet note with a choice of Callebaut White Chocolate Bread Pudding or Mixed Berry Cobbler. The brunch menu is available alongside the regular menu and Filet & Lobster menu ($44.95). Experience the buttery tenderness of filet mignon and the sweet white meat of the North Atlantic lobster tail. The three-course menu starts with a Empanada En Fuego made with blue crab, sweet corn and poblano cream sauce, and your choice of salad. $39.95; Sunday, 10 am; locations here.

Gifts & Catering:

Huckleberry Bakery & Café
They are offering sweet goodies like Easter Egg Shortbread Cookies with strawberry or passionfruit glaze and Bunny-Shaped Ginger Cookies with royal icing details, as well as an Easter Brunch and Dinner Catering Menu. Highlights include Quiche with Prosciutto di Parma, market vegetables, and gruyere ($45); Rustic Carrot Cake with cream cheese frosting and candied carrots ($55); Beeler’s Spiced Honey Glazed Spiral Ham ($20-$95 depending on serving size); and Zuckerman’s Farms Charred Asparagus with herbed lemon Dijon sauce ($14-$65 depending on serving size). Catering orders can be placed any day of the week after 2 pm up until Sunday with most items available within 24-hours’ notice: 310.451.2311

Valerie Confections
Award-winning chocolatier Valerie Gordon of Valerie Confections has unveiled brand new additions to her Easter Collection. Gifts include Cracked Eggs (6 pieces, $18), that are made of creamy white chocolate, and Valerie created a whimsical cracked look with dehydrated raspberries and crushed rose petals; Golden Eggs (6 pieces, $18 and 12 pieces for $36) that are bittersweet chocolate eggs are filled with a liquid caramel and are topped with 23-karat edible gold leaf; Eat Me Box (9 pieces, $20) that are hand-dipped truffles featuring an Earl Grey ganache and are dipped in darkened milk chocolate; Bunny Tableau Bars ($10), come in three flavors—White Chocolate & Raspberry, Milk Chocolate & Cocoa Nibs, andBittersweet Chocolate & Fleur de Sel. Her entire Easter Collection can be viewed here and orders can be placed online or by 1.888.706.1408.

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