Easter Brunch at Granville WeHo and Granville Pasadena

Granville invites you to Come as You Are for Easter Brunch at Granville WeHo or the newly opened Granville Pasadena. Brunch items include the Village Breakfast with two eggs (scrambled/sunny/over), potatoes, whole wheat toast and either chicken, pure cane bacon or linguisa sausage; Chilaquiles, made with crispy tortilla, ancho chipotle jackfruit, roasted pepitas, avocado cilantro sauce, poblanos, mushrooms, red bells, jack cheese (v), green & red onion, and lime vinaigrette; Pumpkin Chai Pancakes, with candied pecans and brulee’d orange; Village French Toast made with brioche, almond & orange zest, pure maple syrup, and powdered sugar; and shareables for the table such as the Smoked Salmon Spread & Rye Crisps or the Heavenly Hotcakes. Granville’s handcrafted cocktails, including Village Mimosas for the table or the Wake N’ Bacon, a brunch cocktail made with bulleit rye, chocolate stout maples syrup, lemon juice, egg whites, garnished with a crispy strip.

Easter at The Henry WeHo

Celebrating timeless American style, The Henry WeHo takes influence more from the jazz age than from current trends. Discover your new go-to Easter brunch in West Hollywood. Enjoy a table side Bloody Mary and Mimosa cart while you dine on favorites like the Rancheros Breakfast Bowlmade with sunny side up eggs, tomatillo-pumpkin seed salsa, corn tortilla, refried lentil, avocado, tomato and queso blanco, or something sweeter like the Caramel Apple French Toast, with brown butter cinnamon apple and maple syrup. Sunday; 120 N. Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 424.204.1595

Easter Brunch at  Bacari W. 3rd

Head to the best hidden patio in town at Bacari W. 3rd to enjoy Mediterranean inspired cicchetti from Chef Lior Hillel. Bacari has all your savory favorites like Shakshouka with house rustic tomato sauce, bell pepper, sous vide egg, parsley, and baguette and Smoked Salmon Pita with caper, pickled red onion, cucumber, dill garlic crème fraiche, and fresh baked pita. Don’t forget to order “pancakes for the table” with the Gluten Free Dutch Baby Pancake, topped with seasonal fruit, crème fraiche, and mission fig honey. Of course, there isn’t a brunch in LA without a little booze – bottomless mimosa, sangria, and bellinis. $25; Sunday, 10:30 am – 3 pm; 8030 3/4 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles, CA; 323.452.9149

Easter at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at Beverly Center

Enjoy unique dishes in honor of the special occasion. Highlights include Banana fosters Belgium waffles with market berries, Maple glazed ham and eggs with stone ground grits and tomato sweet onion jus, and Maine Lobster Benedict with buttermilk biscuit crumble, bacon lardons, and spinach hollandaise. These stick-to-your-bones dishes are offered up with the finest southern hospitality, even in the middle of Los Angeles. Sunday; 8500 Beverly Blvd #112, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Easter brunch at the NoMad Los Angeles

This Easter, enjoy a selection of special Easter dishes in addition to the NoMad LA’s current á la carte brunch menu. The holiday offerings include the NoMad LA’s fruits de mer platter with the chef’s selection of composed raw seafood; a family-style roasted lamb leg marinated in black garlic, carrots and ramps, served with a trio of chimichurri, salsa verde and lamb jus; and strawberry cheesecake topped with a graham crumble and strawberry sorbet. The NoMad LA will also be featuring a whimsical assortment of custom croissants out of their Coffee Bar space, including their strawberry and lemon meringue pie croissants. The pastries are available starting at 6:30 am to stay or go in the Coffee Bar, as well as in the dining room during brunch service starting at 8 am. Sunday; 649 South Olive & 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.358.0000

Easter Sunday at the Tam O’Shanter

This Easter, the Tam’O Shanter will offering a special carved ham in addition to their a la carte menu of Scottish pub fare for brunch and dinner. Brunch offerings include Tam signatures such as the toad in the hole with filet mignon, Yorkshire pudding, pearl onions, carrots, mushrooms and Guiness gravy and large format cocktails such as Tam’s punch served in a traditional English tea set. For dinner, enjoy Lawry’s world-famous roasted prime ribs of beef with classic sides such as mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, creamed corn and Yorkshire pudding in addition to lighter fare like pan seared Scottish salmon and roasted Jidori chicken. Sunday, brunch: 11 am – 2 pm, dinner: 4 – 9 pm; 2980 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039; 323.664.0228

Cecconi’s West Hollywood

In celebration of Easter, Cecconi’s is offering several seasonal specials alongside its brunch menu. The holiday dishes include a brunch-friendly ham and egg pizza topped with porchetta, fontina, fried eggs and pesto as well as a farmers’ market-inspired tagliolini pasta with shaved asparagus and baby squash. For those celebrating Passover, Cecconi’s is serving various specials for eight days starting Friday, April 19th, including carciofi alla giudia, or Jewish-style fried artichokes that have historical roots in Rome. Sunday; 8764 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, 90069; 310.432.2000

Carbon Beach Club

Carbon Beach Club will be offering a special three-course meal on Easter Sunday. Highlights from the menu include Easter Radishes, Heritage Ham, Lobster Benedict, Petite File, Shakshuka, Carrot Cake, and many more. Sunday; 22878 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265; 310.460.7509

Easter at The Pikey

The Pikey invites you to celebrate Easter English pub style for brunch with dishes including Hot Cross Bun with butter, Smashed Peas and Ricotta on Toast, and Lamb Hand Pie with Spring Greens Salad or for their Sunday Easter Roast featuring their seven hour leg of lamb with chimichurri special with root vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, Challah bread stuffing, and roasted potatoes and gravy.  The classic English pub will be featuring specials for both brunch and dinner from new Executive Chef Robert Flaherty. Valet will also be available for guests. Sunday, brunch: 10:30 am – 2 pm, dinner: 3:30 – 8 pm; 7617 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.850.5400

EST. Prime Steakhouse‘s Easter

EST. Prime Steakhouse will be offering Spring Specials such as the Chef’s Special Superior Farms Grass fed lamb, Springtime cocktails made with Pomp & Whimsy gin, and a chocolate dome dessert in the shape of an Easter Egg, featuring Harry’s Berries… all of this will be served alongside the regular dinner menu. Sunday, 4 – 9 pm; 303 E Valley Blvd, San Gabriel, CA 91776; 626.607.2012

Costero California Bar + Bistro’s Easter

Costero Bar + Bistro’s executive chef Collin Smelser will be serving four springtime specials alongside his inventive dinner menu. There will be a Lobster Bisque with tarragon oil; Braised Colorado Lamb Shank with braised cabbage, roasted tomato and orzo in natural jus; a Crab Stuffed Sole with spring pea risotto and asparagus; and a Chocolate Banana Cake with brown butter cream cheese frosting and bourbon caramelized banana. Sunday, 11 am – 10 pm; 6101 West Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045; Reservations made here

Easter Brunch at Ocean Prime Beverly Hills

Enjoy a special a la carte Easter brunch menu at the modern-American seafood centric Ocean Prime Beverly Hills, featuring handcrafted cocktails such as the Blood Orange Mimosa made with Blood Orange Juice, Simple Syrup, Cointreau and Champagne. As you sip on the open patio, indulge on Blackened Salmon Salad, Crab & Eggs, Lobster Toast or the Braised Short Rib Surf & Turf.  Sunday, 11 am – 3 pm; 9595 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.859.4818

Easter at Nerano Beverly Hills

Celebrate an Italian-style Easter at Nerano in Beverly Hills. Enjoy a special Easter Sunday menu inspired by the Amalfi Coast – available for lunch and dinner. Featured specials include Orecchiette al Ragu d’Agnello (Orecchiette Pasta with Lamb Ragu); Risotto con Salsiccia, Tartufo Nero e Asparagi (Risotto Carnaroli, Black Truffles, Italian Sausage, Asparagus Tips); Ippoglosso (Wild Alaskan Halibut), Costoletta diVitello con Patate al Forno (Grass Fed Veal Chop); and for dessert, the Sfogliatelle Napoletane (Home-made Pastry Shell, Pastry Cream, Almond-Pistachio Gelato). The coastal Italian cuisine will be paired perfectly with drink specials by Chief Mixologist Asadour Seheldjian, with mimosas, bellinis and more to make for a perfect Italian Easter celebration. Sunday, lunch: 11:30 am – 2 pm, dinner: 5 – 10 pm; 9960 South Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 310.405.0155

Easter at Mr. C Beverly Hills

Spend Easter outdoors at Mr. C’s annual Poolside Easter Brunch on the yacht-inspired pool deck. The Restaurant at Mr. C’s special buffet will feature an exquisite array of Cipriani cuisine and decadent selections presented by Executive Chef Giuseppe Manco including an omelet and waffle station, carving station with slow roast leg of lamb, and crudo raw bar station with an option to pair their 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 Angel Town Combo Band, a special appearance from the Easter bunny, plus a candy-filled egg hunt. $105, $45/ages 4-12, free/ages 4 and under; Sunday, 11 am – 3 pm; 1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035; Reservations made here

Culina & Vinoteca’s Easter Brunch

Sip and savor at this elaborate brunch buffet including freshly made omelets, Canadian bacon Benedict, smoked salmon Benedict; eggs cooked any style; honey fried chicken with silver dollar waffles; ricotta cheese blintzes with a berry compote; made-to-order vanilla Belgium waffles topped with your choice of dulce de leche, maple syrup, orange marmalade, whipped butter & cream or preserves; grilled asparagus salad with watercress, shaved fennel, pickled rhubarb, snap peas, fava, and tarragon vinaigrette; “Easter Egg” potato salad made with chopped herbs and grain mustard dressing; Nigiri sushi and rolls; Alaskan king crab claws; shrimp cocktail; oysters; honey glazed smoked ham; slow roasted leg and shoulder of lamb with mint sauce and natural jus; roasted prime rib with natural jus and horseradish cream or grain mustard; Morita Pepper Braised Beef Cheeks with yellow corn esquites and chayote squash, Jidori Chicken & Lobster Roulade with haricot vert, green ajo aioli and chicken chicharron; and Roasted Salmon with braised spring onion, mint pesto, and fried capers. The dessert station features house made doughnuts with assorted toppings, house made gelato and sorbets, mini French pastries. On top of tasty treats, kids can also enjoy playtime in the special Easter Garden featuring the Easter Bunny, Easter Baskets with Easter Eggs, Easter Cookie Decorating and festive Children’s Movies. The amazing array of food paired with a day full of exciting activities will surely make Easter. $139, $69/ages 5-12; Sunday, 11 am – 3 pm; 300 South Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310.860.4000

KASS Wine Bar + Restaurant’s Easter

Celebrate by enjoying Owner and Executive Chef Christophe Émé’s French-inspired Three-Course Prix-Fixe Easter Sunday Menu offered during brunch and dinner, along with an optional wine Pping at dinner. The first course starts with a selection of options like the Poached Egg with Californian morels and white asparagus; Smoked Salmon Macarons with crème fraîche; an Avocado Sandwich with guacamole and caviar; or the Scrambled Eggs and Caviar. The second course includes the Seared Cod with tomato concassée, white beans, clams, and bouillabaisse coulis; the Braised Lamb Shank with baby potatoes and spring vegetables; or the Fresh Tagliatelle with morels, fava beans, and asparagus. Dessert includes Poached Rhubarb, Chocolate Brownies with white chocolate ice cream, or the Basil Panna Cotta with lemon cream and orange granite. $65. $35/optional wine pairing; Sunday, brunch: 11 am – 2:30 pm, dinner: 5 – 8 pm; 320 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.413.2299

Hotel Shangri-La’s Easter

Hotel Shangri-La’s buffet brunch includes made-to-order omelets and eggs, a carving station of Herb-Crusted Prime Ribeye and Salmon Wellington, a cold seafood station, a selection of fresh salads, fruits and yogurt parfaits, a hot buffet with all the fixings, including waffles, Chicken Tikka Masala, Braised Beef Short Rib, Parmesan-Pesto Tortellini, a decadent dessert display of assorted pastries, cotton candy, popcorn, and more. The adults’ buffet includes a glass of champagne. Throughout the day, live entertainment will be offered in the pool area, and children 12 years of age and younger are invited to participate in the egg hunt. The Easter Bunny will also be available for photos with kids of all ages prior to the hunt. $80, $40/ages 12 and under; Sunday, 12 – 3 pm (Egg hunt starts at 1:30 pm); The Courtyard, Hotel Shangri-La, 1301 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Hop over to Craft Los Angeles

Celebrate Easter with brunch including assorted house made pastries; honey-creme fraiche panna cotta with fruit and granola; Burrata pea tendrils with Lady Edison country ham; Dungeness crab with asparagus, and sieved egg; Chicken-fried sweetbreads with waffles and smoke maple; Soft Scramble with maple sausage, biscuits and country gravy; Goetta poached eggs and frisée; pork belly sandwich with fried egg and cheddar; Berkshire pork with grits and red eye gravy; Smoked Salmon Salad with capers and dill; Alaskan Halibut with beech mushrooms and pickled turnips; Diver Scallops with black garlic and heart of palm; and Braised Rabbit Tagliatella with fava beans and pepato cheese. $65; Sunday, 11 am – 2 pm; 10100 Constellation Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067; 310.279.4180

 Easter at InterContinental Los Angeles Century City

They are hosting an Easter brunch buffet at its signature restaurant Mari Los Angeles. Enjoy all the brunch fixings including international offerings, an omelette station, griddle favorites, a dessert table from Pastry Chef Gail Romulo, and more! $42, $20/children; Sunday, 11:30 am – 2 pm; 2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067

The Waterfront Beach Resort’s Easter

This special day offers brunch, live music and an Easter egg hunt for the kids. The property offers two great options to enjoy the oceanfront views at brunch — at either the new Breakwater Ballroom or outdoors on the ocean view Terrace. Brunch stations include: seafood, carving, omelettes, cheese, salad, and dessert with hosted Wine Bar stations, table side champagne and mimosas. After brunch, there will be an Easter Egg hunt for the kids outside at the Driftwood Beach Club and Pool. $89 (indoor seating), $100 (outdoor seating), $42/ages 6 – 12 years, under 5 years/complimentary; Sunday, first seating: 9:30 am, 10 am, 10:30 am, second seating: 2:30 pm, 3 pm; 3:30 pm; 21100 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa 

Celebrate with dishes like Chilled carrot-ginger soup with lemon crème fraiche and carrot top gremolata; pole bean salad with pea shoots and pesto vinaigrette; House pickled farmers market produce with roasted garlic-olive oil hummus, basil-spring pea spread, and artisan crackers; seasoned jumbo shrimp, snow crab claws, fresh shucked oysters; fresh halibut ceviche with crispy tostadas; sushi rolls; smoked salmon, sturgeon, and trout; traditional eggs Benedict with lemony hollandaise; chicken apple sausage; pecan-wood smoked bacon; Belgian waffle bar; and omelets made to order. Desserts include a chocolate fountain with pound cake, strawberries, rice krispy treats; gelato bar; warm crepe bar; burnt sugar caramel flan; and assorted pastries. Unlimited champagne, coffee, tea and juice included. $110, $85/seniors 65 and over, $45/ages5-12, free/ages 4 and under; Sunday, 10 am – 2 pm; 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648; 714.845.4627

Easter at Mastro’s Ocean Club

Celebrate with white glove service and acclaimed cuisine, brunch highlights include the decadent Maine Lobster Benedict, Crab Cake Benedict, fluffy Belgian Waffles, and Mastro’s savory Ahi Tuna Burger.  Mastro’s elegant signature cocktails include the bubbly Peach Bellini or Mastro’s Mojito with fresh mint and lime, served tall with splash of refreshing Club Soda. Sunday, brunch: 10 am-2 pm, dinner: 4 – 9 pm; 18412 CA-1, Malibu, CA 90265


 Trancas Country Market’s 2nd annual Hop Intro Trancas

For a family-friendly afternoon in Malibu this Easter, Trancas Country Market welcomes you to celebrate spring with fun, themed-activities, giveaways and surprises. This year, there will be two Easter egg hunts hosted by Vintage Grocers and SweetBu Candy Co. Vintage Grocers will have an in-store hunt with coupon-filled eggs and there will be one “golden egg” for a curated gift basket prize, and at 1 pm, the two stores will have a hunt on the courtyard lawn with candy-filled eggs and a number of “golden eggs” that will carry SweetBu gift cards. Sweet Bu will also have a variety of Easter-themed treats available in store. At Shine Beauty Collective, the store will have special bath bombs with a hidden chickadee inside that winners can claim for another bath bomb. In addition, Vintage Grocers and Chabad of Malibu will be hosting a matzoh-making and springtime arts and crafts table for kids. Starbucks is setting up a table out on the lawn offering complimentary coffee and passion tea for the kids. Sunday, 11 am – 2 pm; 30745 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 24, Malibu, CA 90265

It’ll be an Eggcellent (the day before) Easter at One Colorado 

The Easter Bunny is hoppin’ over to One Colorado for our first-ever Easter Egg Hunt! Hundreds of colorful eggs with candy and toys will be hidden around the One Colorado courtyard, including a few Golden Eggs with some nifty prizes from our stores. Before and after the big egg hunt, the Easter Bunny will be available for Polaroid photo ops (and selfies, of course). The Egg Hunt starts at 10:30 am sharp and is first-come first-served. Don’t forget to BYOB (basket)! After packing your basket, get ready for a special Bob Baker Marionette Show at 11:30 am. Their spectacular “Springtime Review” features Bouncing Bunnies, Mother Goose, and even Humpty Dumpty! Saturday, 10 am; 41 Hugus Alley, Pasadena, CA 91103; 626.564.1066




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