Where to Enjoy Easter Brunch in Los Angeles

Easter brunch in Los Angeles
Easter at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.

We’ve assembled your guide to Easter Brunch in Los Angeles along with dinners, Easter treats, Easter egg hunts and more.

Edited by Christina Xenos

The Grove
L.A.’s iconic shopping destination pulls out all the stops for their Easter Sunday celebration. The party starts in The Park on April 12, where you can enjoy crafts, face painting and a bunny petting zoo. You can also snap a photo with the Easter Bunny in The Grove’s Bunny Bungalow, daily through April 20. You can also enjoy brunch with your girl at American Girl place where she can meet the Easter Bunny and the American Girl Place’s Bunny Brunch ($22/pp) on April 13 and 19 at 9 a.m. 189 The Grove Dr., L.A., 323.900.8080. TheGroveLA.com

The Americana at Brand
Stop by for Spring Fest on the Green on April 17, where you can enjoy live music DIY Stations, a photo booth, nail art, raffles and more. On April 19, enjoy a festive brunch at Trattoria Amici with an appearance from the Easter Bunny, or you can also visit the Bunny Bungalow and get your photo taken with him through April 20. 889 Americana Way, Glendale, 818.637.8982. americanatbrand.com

Marimekko Easter Egg Hunt
April 19. The Beverly Hills boutique will be filled with colorful eggs and the whole family is invited out for Marimekko’s Easter egg hunt for a chance to find candy and unlock a special offer from the store. Marimekko Beverly Hills, 370 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills. us.marimekko.com

Easter cloud cakes from Bo Nuage.

Duff’s Cakemix
April 20. Create special Easter treats with help from the master cake decorating instructors at Duff’s Cakemix. The afternoon includes decorating up to four cupcakes per person, an exclusive Easter decorating kit and more. Children ages four and up. $25/pp. Reservations required. 8302 Melrose Ave., L.A., 323.650.5555. duffscakemix.com

Bo Nuage
April 16-20. The Melrose Ave. confectionary is the perfect place to pick up a sweet treat for the holiday. Especially for Easter, you can pick up special cloud cake: mini marshmallows mixed in dark chocolate whipped cream and house made salted caramel. All will be sandwiched in two layers of meringue, covered with more dark chocolate whipped cream, and the topping is dark chocolate curls, mini marshmallows and caramel on top. You can also buy four ($6 each) and get two free. 8010 Melrose Ave., L.A., 310.880.2065. BoNuage.com

American Tea Room
Through April 20. In honor of the holiday, Beverly Hills’ premier spot for all things tea is offering their Chocolate Trio Gift Box (Choco*Latte Tea, chocolate toffee brittle by Valerie Confections, and Organic Macaroon Tea – a chocolate coconut caffeine free tea) for $45 (normally $55). 401 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, 310.271.7922. AmericanTeaRoom.com

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
April 20. Celebrate Easter and dine on a decadent brunch that includes sushi, seafood, dim sum and carving stations; egg-centric items like lobster eggs Benedict and omelets made to order; dessert station with gelato and a donut machine, cupcakes and more, including a special children’s buffet. $98/pp, $49/pp children 5-12. 300 S Doheny Dr., L.A., 310.860.4000. fourseasons.com/losangeles

The Terranea Resort
April 20. Celebrate seaside over lavish brunches and daytime activities including and Easter egg hunt; petting zoo with bunnies, baby chicks and sheep; activities station and more. Brunch offerings range from a Ballroom Brunch including an omelet and egg station, a seafood display, specialty Cinnamon Roll French Toast, a create-your-own mac and cheese stations, an Asian-inspired kitchen, a sauté kitchen, a dessert display and more. You can also opt for a Dom Perignon Easter Brunch in mar’sel where you can dine on a four-course family-style meal highlighted by choices of charcuterie, a smoked fish board, blueberry and ricotta pancakes, brioche French toast, a farmer’s market scramble and more. More casual options include offerings at Catalina Kitchen and sea beans. Visit website for more information and reservations. 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, 310.265.2836. terranea.com

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
April 20. The luxury spot tucked away into the Bel-Air hills celebrates Easter with a three-course prix-fixe brunch from Master Chef Wolfgang Puck and Executive Chef Hugo Bolanos, Easter egg hunt for the kids—complete with candy and prizes—visit from the Easter Bunny and more. Highlights of the brunch includes old fashioned ricotta-Meyer lemon blintzes with strawberry compote; Campania artichoke tortelloni pasta with mascarpone and marjoram; and the H.B.A “Benedict” with poached organic eggs served on a white cheddar biscuit with maple hollandaise. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; kids activities begin at 2 p.m. $120/pp, $65/pp children 12 and under. 701 Stone Canyon Rd., 310.909.1644. dorchestercollection.com

Four Seasons Westlake Village
April 20. Celebrate over a decadent Easter brunch buffet and Easter egg hunt and visit from the Easter Bunny. Easter brunch is served over looking the Waterfall Lawn and you can indulge in make your own omelets and crepe stations, hand-rolled sushi, carving stations with lamb, Angus rib roast and local sea bass, seasonal fare like Sonoma duck breast, wild salmon confit and more. $109/pp adults; $54/pp children 12 and under. Brunch 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Easter egg hunt starts at 10 a.m. Hampton’s, Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, 2 Dole Drive, Westlake Village, 818.575.3000. fourseasons.com/westlakevillage

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena
April 20. From a bountiful brunch in the Huntington Ballroom to a market brunch in The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse, to an enhanced breakfast buffet in The Terrace, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the holiday with the whole family at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, including an Easter egg hunt in the Horseshoe Garden complete with petting zoo with goats, chickens, bunnies and a kids’ train. 1401 South Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena, 626.568.3900. pasadena.langhamhotels.com

Montage Beverly Hills
April 20. From an Easter tea, to bountiful brunches on the rooftop overlooking Beverly Hills or at Scarpetta, an Easter egg hunt, and more, find an array of delicious and exciting ways to celebrate the holiday at the Montage Beverly Hills. 225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, 310.499.4199. montagebeverlyhills.com

Tres by Jose Andres
April 20. Celebrate Easter over a special brunch from Chef Jose Andres at Tres. Indulge in special selections that include a carving display of roasted beef rib eye with sides like duck confit hash with eggs, a caviar station, Greek yoghurt parfaits and assorted desserts and pastries from The Patisserie, along with coffee, tea and juice. Those who want to take it to the next level can opt for the Easter Brunch Experience that includes all the items from the brunch table and an a la carte item from the regular brunch menu and a cava mimosa. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Easter Brunch Table, $52/pp, $26/per child; Easter Brunch Experience $62/pp. 465 South La Cienega Blvd., 310.276.5551. sbe.com

InterContinental Los Angeles
April 20. Celebrate with a brunch, live music, an Easter egg hunt and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Highlights of brunch include an omelet creation station, beef tenderloin carving station and fresh seafood (think crab claws, shrimp, oysters and smoked salmon), in addition to Park Grill’s most popular breakfast and lunch items and more, including a specialty buffet for kids. For dessert, indulge in Sprinkles cupcakes, fire-roasted-to-order s’mores, mini bunny and Easter basket cakes, chocolate bird nests and eggshell sweets filled with delicious vanilla custard. $73/pp, $31/pp children. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Park Grill Restaurant, InterContinental Los Angeles, 2151 Avenue of the Stars, L.A. 310.284.6536. intercontinentallosangeles.com

April 20. Celebrate over an incredible range of holiday fare from breakfast items to Easter specials, a sushi menu, dessert buffet and champagne bubble bar. 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills. fourseasons.com/beverlywilshire

Fig & Olive Melrose Place
April 20. Celebrate the holiday over an artisan three-course brunch Executive Chef Pascal Lorange offers a spread of Provençal favorites like vegetable quiche, goat cheese French omelet, roasted rack of lamb, Riviera salmon and more. $40/pp. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 8490 Melrose Place, West Hollywood, 310.360.9100. figandolive.com

The Wallace
April 20. Culver City can rejoice as Chef Michael Teich will be serving his delicious family brunch all day on Easter Sunday. Menu items include a Brisket Hash Skillet, Lemon and Ricotta Fritters and Salmon Gravlax. 3833 Main St., Culver City, 310.202.6400. thewallacela.com

Cecconi’s West Hollywood
April 20. Dine on Easter brunch specials like a truffle and asparagus Benedict and a  traditional Neapolitan Easter Pasteria, an Italian tart made with farro and ricotta cheese, in additional to other brunch specials and drinks off the restaurant’s infamous Bloody Mary cart. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 8764 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood. cecconiswesthollywood.com

Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique
April 20. Dine on a Chef Giselle Wellman’s festive Egg Royale on Easter Petrossian offers the colorfully dyed creations filled with soft scrambled egg, creamy vodka whipped cream, and topped with the restaurant’s signature caviar. Team that with other brunch signatures like the smoked salmon flatbread, caviar scrambled eggs, and more. 321 N Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.271.0576. petrossian.com

Patina Restaurant Group
April 20. Celebrate Easter with a variety of restaurants around Los Angeles, each venue highlighting seasonal spring flavors with specialty menus at each location: Kendall’s Brasserie and Café Pinot in downtown Los Angeles; Descanso Gardens; Ray’s and Stark Bar at LACMA. patinagroup.com

April 20. Dine over seaside views over an Easter brunch from Chef Sven Mede at Hotel Casa del Mar. Highlights of the prix-fixe, three-course meal tuna crudo with pickled chanterelles, shaved radish, and olive oil; duet of Lamb with rack and shoulder, ricotta cavatelli, fava beans, thyme, and wild mushrooms; and Lemon panna cotta with farmers’ market strawberries, and basil. $90/pp. 310.581.7714. hotelcasadelmar.com

The Must
April 20. Dine on brunch specials, enjoy an Easter egg hunt and an appearance by the Easter bunny all with a glass of wine in hand at this downtown LA wine bar. Dine on the The Must’s brunch favorites in addition to specials like fried chicken and hoe cakes, chicken fried confit rabbit with a smothered gravy biscuit topped with a poached egg, and more including drink specials like bottomless sorbet sparklers and spicy syrah spiked Bloody Marys. 117 Winston St., downtown, 213.628.2000. themust.com

April 20. Chef Victor Casanova takes his traditional Sunday Supper menu up a notch with a traditional Italian Easter feast menu featuring an array of dishes including sheep’s milk ricotta crostini with local fava beans, whipped ricotta, black pepper and extra virgin olive oil; bucatini carbonara with pancetta, black pepper, pecorino and egg yolk; Agnello with slow-roasted leg of lamb, concentrated tomatoes, heirloom cannellini beans and lamb ristretto; and Polenta Budino with sweet polenta pudding and blueberry glassato. Noon-8 p.m. 8432 W 3rd St., L.A., 323.782.1778. gusto-la.com

The Churchill
April 20. Dine on special selections created for the holiday by chef Michael Bryant. Highlights include lobster frittata. baked eggs with butter poached lobster, spinach, mushrooms, potatoes; juniper cured and grilled salmon, poached eggs, asparagus, shaved mushroom salad; lamb belly confit, baby artichokes, English peas, crispy quinoa, mint gremolata. 8384 W 3rd St., West Hollywood, 323.655.8384. the-churchill.com

The Whisper Restaurant & Lounge
April 20. Celebrate over a menu of classic Easter and brunch dishes from Executive Chef Anthony Jacque. The newly renovated restaurant at The Grove offers  three-course pre-fix menu, complete with either classic Easter dishes or re-re-envisioned brunch staples. Highlights include truffled spinach and brie frittata, roasted leg of lamb, brioche French toast and more. Also enjoy fresh seasonal cocktails, a Bloody Mary trio and smooth jazz sounds of Dominic Thiroux Trio. $35/pp, $12.95, children. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 189 The Grove Drive, L.A. whisperloungela.com

The Hungry Cat
April 20. Celebrate the holiday at both Hungry Cat locations, in Hollywood and Santa Monica Canyon. Expect a raw bar of the finest local shellfish, brunch and seafood-centric dinner. Highlights of the menus could include choices like bay scallop ceviche with avocado, grapefruit, cilantro, lime aji amarillo, fried masa; lobster & english pea frittata, green garlic, stinging nettles, Meyer lemon crème fraiche, uni butter; Maine lobster roll, butter toasted challah, soft herbs, lemon aioli and more. 1535 N. Vine St., L.A., 323.462.2155; 100 W. Channel Road, Santa Monica, 310.459.3337. thehungrycat.com

Cafe del Rey
April 20. Dine over gorgeous Marina views on a three-course prix-fixe brunch from Executive Chef Chuck Abair. Offerings focus on flavors of California with influences from the Mediterranean and highlights include eggs Norwegian with house cured salmon, poached eggs, brioche, arugula salad, and hollandaise; short rib hash with roasted red potatoes, shallots, garlic, spinach and fried eggs; mussels with red wine, garlic shallots, tomatoes, grilled baguette and more, including gratis sparkling wine, cider, mimosas, and Bloody Marys. $48/pp. 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, 310.823.6395. CAFEdelREYmarina.com

April 20. Chef Brandon Boudet’s rat pack hangout in West Hollywood is serving an Easter dinner to replace their Sunday Supper and fans of their previous brunch will rejoice over this feast. Highlights include spinach and fontina quiche with crispy speck; chocolate and caramel bread pudding; $15 bottles of Dago red/white wine and prosseco. Noon-8 p.m. 8715 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.652.2335. dominicksrestaurant.com

CHAYA Restaurants
April 20. Celebrate the holiday at all three CHAYA restaurants (Downtown, Beverly Hills, Venice) with a three-course brunch with bottomless champagne. Dine on a number of appetizers, entrees, and desserts; those visiting the CHAYA Brasserie in Beverly Hills will have access to an unlimited dessert bar. Menus highlights include Downtown’s Maine lobster and rock shrimp bahn mi sandwich with moromi gribiche sauce, cilantro, carrot, radish, lacinato kale salad, and ginger ranch dressing; Beverly Hills’ blood orange and rosemary olive oil gelato starter with blood orange, fennel, frisée, chardonnay vinaigrette, and aged balsamic; and Venice’s pappardelle and American Kobe beef bolognese with poached egg, maitake mushroom, and truffle oil. Downtown guests will also be treated to a live jazz performance by Jimmy Reid. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. $45/pp, $20/pp children 12 years and younger. thechaya.com

April 20. Celebrate the holiday with all of Sotto’s Italian specialities including  a Sicilian Easter Soup with lamb meatballs, pecorino dumplings, egg drop and escarole that will be available for $11. 9575 W. Pico Blvd., L.A., 310.277.0210. sottorestaurant.com

Café Rockenwagner
April 20. Dine on Hans Rockenwagner’s weekend brunch specialties. Highlights include thick brioche toast, huevos rancheros, cobb Benedict and the pretzel burger. Along with these brunch items Pastry Chef Cesar Bermudez is baking up beautiful bunny cookies and rice crispy eggs nests. 1168 S Barrington Ave., L.A., 310.478.6313. rockenwagner.com

Napa Valley Grille
April 20. Celebrate the holiday with an indulgent brunch buffet of wine country-inspired cuisine. Highlights include a seafood display of oysters, shrimp and house cured salmon; an omelet station; prime rib carving station and bottomless mimosas. $45/pp adults; bottomless mimosas $15/pp; $12 children under 12. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 1100 Glendon Ave., L.A., 310.824.3322. napavalleygrille.com

Little Dom’s
April 20. Dine on Little Dom’s sought after regular brunch menu, along with a few additions. Pastry Chef Ann Kirk will be plating a coconut cream pie, as well as serving Easter egg sugar cookies and duck marshmallows in the deli. 2128 Hillhurst Ave., L.A., 323.661.0055. littledoms.com

The Pikey
April 20. Dine on a special Easter lunch and dinner served all day long at the English pub in Hollywood. Brunch specials include hot cross buns; lamb tongue hash with poached eggs and green chili; slow roasted pork belly sandwich with horseradish cream, cornichons, watercress and chips; and Easter baked ham and roasted lamb served with roasted duck fat potatoes, market vegetables, stuffing and Yorkshire pudding for dinner. Brunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; dinner 3 p.m.-2 a.m. 7617 W Sunset Blvd., L.A., 323.850.5400. thepikeyla.com

April 20. Celebrate over a decadent brunch at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. Highlights of this expansive brunch include a seafood bar with King crab legs, assorted sushi and poached California prawns; presentations of smoked salmon, spiced charcuterie and cheeses; carving stations with Prime rib and glazed ham; pasta stations and more. $80/pp, $35/pp children 5-11, free children under 5 years old. 1200 Alta Loma Road, West Hollywood, 310.358.3759. sunsetmarquis.com

Warren’s Blackboard
April 20. Dine on a special Easter brunch with offerings like smoked salmon Benedict, challah French toast with fruit compote and vanilla whipped cream, made to order omelette station, Easter egg cookies and more. $44/pp, $22/pp children 3-12. 4222 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood, 818.255.7290. warrensblackboard.com

Santa Anita Park’s Turf Terrace
April 20. Pair brunch with the ponies this Easter at Santa Anita’s Turf Terrace. For an all inclusive, enjoy a bottomless Veuve Clicquot Champagne and brunch fare like smoked salmon platter, steak and eggs and more, in addition to premium happy hour cocktails ($100). You can also enjoy a glass of champagne with a selection on brunch dishes like omelets, egg dishes, salads, and desserts for $60. 285 W. Huntington Dr., Arcadia. santaanita.com

Post & Beam
April 20. Indulge in soulful seasonal California cuisine at the Baldwin Hills restaurant, helmed by Executive Chef Govind Armstrong. Dine on highlights like wings and waffles made with fried maple glazed wings atop cornmeal waffles and drizzled with smoked chili pepper syrup. All weekend, the dinner special will be a sangria honey glazed pork shoulder with new potatoes and Marcona green beans. 3767 Santa Rosalia Dr., L.A., 323.299.5599. postandbeamla.com

Willie Jane
April 20. Celebrate the holiday with a brunch special of ham “steak” with biscuit, red eye gravy & fried eggs, in addition to a prix fixe dinner menu featuring a smoked lamb leg with mustard spatzle braised neck ragout. 1031 Abbot Kinney Blvd., L.A., 310.392.2425. williejane.com

The Backyard at W Los Angeles – Westwood
April 20. Spend the holiday relaxing poolside at The Backyard, W Los Angeles. Dine on a two course brunch that includes the choice of a special Easter egg salad, with rocket lettuce, sprouts, radish, and truffled eggs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 930 Hilgard Ave., L.A., 310.443.8211. wlosangeles.com

Doma Kitchen
April 20. Dine on a special brunch that includes selections like chocolate and banana crepes, salad Nicoise, Belgian waffle trio and more. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 420 N Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, 310.372.7298. domakitchencafe.com


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