Celebrate Easter over lavish brunch and dinner spreads, free flowing champagne and plenty of sweet treats. Check out where to eat Easter brunch and dinner in Los Angeles.
Edited by Christina Xenos
Extravagant Hotel Brunches
Hotels aren’t just for visitors, visit these spots for decadence at every level. Terranea Resort offers plenty of brunch options in their Palos Verdes Ballroom, Mar’sel and Catalina Kitchen, as well as a special menu at Bashi, and a waffle station at Sea Beans—all to fuel you up for the Easter Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt. At the Langham Huntington Pasadena, enjoy a market brunch at the Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse, Easter brunch in the Huntington Ballroom, Dim Sum Brunch in the Terrace and Easter Egg Hunt in the Horseshoe Garden complete with a petting zoo. Dine steps from the sea on brunch at both Shade Hotels in Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach. The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills offers an all-day three-course menu. Also find lavish brunches at CAST Restaurant at Viceroy Santa Monica, Avec Nous at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, CBC at Malibu Beach Inn, Catch at Hotel Casa Del Mar, InterContinental Los Angeles, Culina in the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Tres at José Andrés, Mr. C Beverly Hills, Circa 55 at the Beverly Hilton, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles, Public Kitchen & Bar, The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa and The Westlake Village Inn. 1 Pico at Shutters on the Beach offers both brunch and dinner; while the Bazaar by José Andrés serves Easter dinner for the first time.
Make Easter your chance to check out a new dining destination. Dine on special brunch menus at Spring, 71Above, Wolf, Cafe Birdie, Catch LA and the Tuck Room Tavern; brunch and dinner at AR Cucina, Nerano; and special Easter treats at Paley.
Indulge this Easter at some of your favorite spots around town. Decadent brunches are abound at Redbird, Ocean Prime Beverly Hills, Craft Los Angeles, Mastro’s Ocean Club, Baltaire, Bourbon Steak Los Angeles, Picca, The Raymond 1886, Church & State, Napa Valley Grille, Fig & Olive Melrose Place, Herringbone Santa Monica, The Wallace, Petrossian, Ivory on Sunset, Love & Salt, Saddle Peak Lodge, Kendall’s Brasserie, Le Petit Paris, The Gallery, Hornblower Cruises. Dine on brunch and dinner at Red O Santa Monica, Tavern, Cafe Pinot and Toscana; and dinner at Patina and Salt’s Cure.
For a more laid-back experience, check indulge at these spots. Celebrate over brunch at The Pikey, Hyperion Public, Grub, O+O Sicilian Kitchen & Bar, Belcampo Santa Monica, Momed in Atwater Village and Del Frisco’s Grille Santa Monica and Pasadena.