Where to Eat Easter Brunch in Los Angeles

Eat Easter brunch seaside at Gladstones.

We’ve assembled your guide to Los Angeles Easter brunches and dinners, Easter basket treats and Easter egg hunts.


Deli at Little Dom’s
Pastry chef Ann Kirk offers birds next cocoanut cupcakes, candy shell chocolate eggs, peeps with housemade vanilla marshmallow and decorated sugar cookies. 2128 Hillhurst Ave., L.A., 323.661.0055. littledoms.com

Georgetown Cupcake
Pick up treats like the Easter egg dozen which includes six Valrhona chocolate cupcakes with a rich fudge filling and six caramel cupcakes with a creamy caramel filling, all topped with pastel pink, yellow, blue, and lavender buttercream frosting and pastel fondant Easter eggs. The Easter Bunny dozen includes six chocolate cupcakes and six vanilla cupcakes frosted with “grass-green” vanilla buttercream and topped with fondant bunnies and Easter eggs. 143 South Robertson Boulevard, L.A., 310.893.2866. georgetowncupcake.com

See’s Candies
Fill up your Easter baskets with chocolate Easter bunnies, hand-decorated Easter eggs, rocky road eggs and more. sees.com

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
Mar. 28, 31. The celebration at the Hotel Bel-Air starts on Thursday when executive pastry chef Cassie Ballard leads an egg decorating class on the patio for children of all ages ($45/pp, 3:30 p.m., reserve: rsvp.hba@dorchestercollection.com). The festivities continue on Sunday with a three-course prix-fixe brunch from chef Wolfgang Puck. Highlights include Maryland blue crabcakes; Spring salad with Easter egg radishes, tangerines and smoked Marcona almonds; blueberry buttermilk pancakes; and a dessert station, in addition to a glass of champagne or Bloody Mary. Children can also take part in a Easter egg hunt with prizes, candy and a visit from the Easter bunny (begins at 2 p.m.). Brunch 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $120/pp; $60 children nine years old and younger. 701 Stone Canyon Road, 310.909.1644. hotelbelair.com

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena
Dine on brunch in the ballroom, the terrace and The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse; the property also features two Easter egg hunts, and a 33-foot mechanical train and petting zoo for children. Highlights of brunch in the ballroom features smoked and fresh seafood, cheeses, artisanal meats, sushi, specialties like garlic orange roughy, green curry pork rack, ginger-roasted duck breast, free flowing champagne and more (10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $95/pp, $35/pp children 4-12). Brunch at The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse includes a flowing mimosa station, breakfast pastries, chef active stations inside the kitchen where you can enjoy made-to-order delicacies (11 a.m.-3 p.m., $75/pp, $25/pp children 4-10). At the terrace, indulge in a two-course brunch that features tomato basil shrimp and mascarpone grits; or a lavish Easter breakfast buffet that includes an omelet and carving station, Spring vegetables and potatoes, pastries, smoked fish, cheese and more (10 a.m.-2 p.m.). 1401 South Oak Knoll Ave. Pasadena, 626.585.6434. pasadena.langhamhotels.com

Montage Beverly Hills
Dine on a holiday brunch buffet at Scarpetta, that features a variety of delectable delights and complimentary children’s activities, including Golden Easter Egg Hunts (for all children 12 and under who are staying at the hotel or brunching at Scarpetta). Also find Paintbox Easter fun that includes face painting an balloon creations, a visit from the Easter Bunny and Springtime crafts. 225 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, 866.743.7559. montagebeverlyhills.com

Culina, Modern Italian
Celebrate brunch with a selection of Asian dim sum, fine matured California cheeses, made-to-order omelets and seasonal findings from the local farmers’ markets. Enjoy desserts including coconut and pineapple cake, lemon ricotta cheesecake and cream cheese chocolate brownies. The children’s buffet offers a variety of favorites, and the Candy Factory can be enjoyed by all. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Reservations required. $95/pp, $47/pp children 5-12, free for children four and under. 300 South Doheny Dr., Beverly Hills, 310.860.4000. culinarestaurant.com

Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique
Dine on a four-course menu from executive chef Giselle Wellman’s starting with Petrossian’s signature Egg Royales (signature caviar, soft scrambled egg, and vodka whipped cream presented in multi-color egg shells). Other highlights include Petit Petrossian tasting with 12 grams of Transmontanus caviar; croque madame; coconut panna cotta; and a toast of either champagne, lavender mimosa or bellini. $60/pp. 321 N Robertson Blvd., L.A., 310.271.0576. petrossian.com

Mar. 30-31. The much buzzed about new restaurant from chef Jason Travi launches brunch—celebrating the flavors of the Atlantic Northeast—this weekend. Start your day with signature items like Nutella-stuffed French toast, maple eggs with crispy bacon, lobster frittata, or the “good morning” burger —a linguica sausage patty served between two red corn pancakes with a runny egg on top, served with maple syrup. Wash it down with crafted cocktails like the bourbon bramble (old bardstown 90 bourbon, mure combier, lemon, maple syrup, angostura bitters), or the applewood smoked bloody Larry (cabin still bourbon, applewood smoked tomato, citrus, tabasco, old bay, pickled veggies). Sat-Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at 1600 Wilcox Ave., L.A., 323.465.FORK. littleforkla.com

The Strand House
Dine with sweeping views of the Manhattan Beach pier on a seasonal market-driven menu from executive chef Greg Hozinsky, in collaboration with chef Neal Fraser. Highlights include Kona Konpachi crudo; lobster cavateli; and chicken and waffles. 117 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, 310.545.7470. thestrandhousemb.com

Chef Ray Garcia offers the anti-Easter brunch with his take on kegs and eggs. Dine on seasonal egg-based items, like frittata verde with farmers market green vegetables and avocado-tomatillo salsa or Chilaquiles with crispy tortillas, chicken salsa roja and queso fresco. Wash it down with a bottomless pint of specialty draft beers. 101 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.319.3111. figsantamonica.com

Gladstones Malibu
Dine on a buffet at the beach. Menu includes baked Virginia ham; bananas foster French toast; lump crab and spinach quiche; and house smoked whole king salmon. The Easter bunny is also expected to make an appearance. $39.95/pp; $15 for includes bottomless bloody Marys and mimosas with brunch; $19.95 kids 12 and under. 17300 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades, 310.454.3474. sbe.com/gladstones

Inn of the Seventh Ray
Dine in an outdoor setting in the heart of Topanga Canyon on brunch menu highlights like eggs Benedict with duck bacon, boneless leg of lamb, a waffle bar and more, including a selection of vegan and vegetarian selections. $53/pp, vegetarian menu $40/pp. 128 Old Topanga Canyon Rd., Topanga Canyon, 310).455.1311. innoftheseventhray.com

Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood
Dine on a special three-course Easter brunch that features highlights like granola French toast a la “peach melba,” butter-poached lobster and black brioche, or roasted Spring lamb ($55/pp). Wash it down with specialty Spring cocktails like the hibiscus mimosa, Belvedere bloody Mary or a watermelon bellini, available by the glass ($14) or pitcher ($45). 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The London West Hollywood, 1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.358.7788. thelondonwesthollywood.com

Asia de Cuba
The stylish fusion restaurant inside the Mondrian Los Angeles debuts their new dim sum brunch. Menu includes build-your-own bao; a variety of shumai and dumplings that are presented table-side. The Mondrian Los Angeles, 8440 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, 323.848.6000. mondrianhotel.com

Celebrate Easter with a three-course brunch menu at each CHAYA location. At CHAYA Brasserie Beverly Hills highlights include cured salmon salad with blood orange, fennel, asparagus and blood orange vinaigrette. Enjoy slow-roasted beets with caracara oranges, burrata, aged balsamic and watercress at CHAYA Downtown, or pappardelle with Kobe beef-porcini bolognese and a poached egg at all locations. Menu includes bottomless champagne, mimosa or cider. $20 young adult menu available downtown. thechaya.com

The Ivy & Ivy at the Shore
Celebrate with Easter specials like Santa Barbara crab cake Benedict, Scottish smoked salmon Benedict, Kobe steak & eggs and more, including drinks like Stoli Elit and freshly squeezed pink grapefruit juice. 113 N. Robertson Blvd., L.A., 310.274.8303; Ivy at the Shore, 1535 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, 310.393.3113. theivyrestaurants.com

Chef Suzanne Tracht offers a special brunch, highlights of which include pot roast hash; lobster Benedict with poached eggs; char siu pork with pea tendrils and lobster Béarnaise; roasted lamb sandwich, and more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 8225 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 323.655.6566. thejar.com

WP24 Restaurant and Lounge
Dine on a four-course prix fixe dinner over panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles. Highlights include Szechuan-style chicken “Dan Dan” dumplings, honey-drizzled bbq pork buns, and Singapore-style chili prawns with spicy blue crab sauce. $70/pp. 5:30-9 p.m. 900 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown, 213.743.8824. ritzcarlton.com

Public Kitchen & Bar
Dine on a market-driven menu inside the historic Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. Highlights include kale salad with currants and burrata; and Smoked Salmon with dill yogurt on blinis. In addition, various hot stations will be set up around the main dining hall, including a customizable omelete and carving station serving slow roast lamb leg, as well as crab Benedicts. A al carte menu also available. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. $42/pp. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd., 323.769.8888. thompsonhotels.com

Ray’s & Stark Bar
Dine on seasonal Mediterranean cuisine from executive chef Kris Morningstar. Highlights include artichoke soup with warm lobster and tarragon cracker; pork belly with grits and sunny side egg; and house-cured ham with scalloped potatoes. 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., 323.857.6180. raysandstarkbar.com

Napa Valley Grille
Dine on a wine-country inspired brunch buffet menu from executive chef Taylor Boudreaux. Highlights include Spring garlic soup; brioche French toast; omelet station and prime rib carving table and more. $49/adults; $19/children. 1100 Glendon Ave., Westwood, 310.824.3322. napavalleygrille.com

Fig & Olive Melrose Place
Executive chef Pascal Lorange offers a brunch menu full of seasonal spring ingredients and inspired by the coastal town along the French Riviera. Highlights include fig gorgonzola tartlet; Provençal lamb; flounder a la plancha and housemade carrot cake. $45/pp. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 8490 Melrose Place, L.A., 310.360.9100. figandolive.com

Cafe del Rey
Dine with seaside views on a menu from executive chef Daniel Roberts. Highlights include English pea agnolotti, Dungeness crab cakes, eggs Florentine, gyro lamb burger and butter apple galette. $42/pp, includes bottomless sparkling wine. Bring your kids for the coloring contest. 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, 310.823.6395. CAFEdelREYmarina.com

LA Market Restaurant by Kerry Simon
Celebrate over a California-inspired four-course prix fixe menu. Highlights include poached lobster with Japanese tomato; herb-crusted double lamb chop; and caramel pot de creme. Brunch starts at 11 a.m. 900 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown. lalivemarriott.com

The Pikey
The Hollywood English pub offers housemade crumpets with honeycomb and clotted cream, cured Arctic char with scrambled eggs and hollandaise, curry on toast with a fried duck egg for brunch. For dinner, dine on baked ham and roasted lamb, both served with roasted duck fat potatoes, market vegetables and Yorkshire pudding. $22, dinner menu. 7617 W Sunset Blvd., L.A., 323.850.5400. thepikeyla.com

Wilshire Restaurant
Starting Easter Sunday chef Nyesha Arrington lunches a weekly Sunday brunch on the restaurant’s patio that features highlights like an omelette station, and a buffet full of appetizers, pastries, and desserts, in addition to an unlimited mimosa and bloody mary bar. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2454 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.586.1707. wilshirerestaurant.com

The Northern Italian destination will be offering seasonal menu for Easter brunch specials that include an Asparagus & Black Truffle Benedict for brunch, and a Mustard & Herb-Roasted Sonoma Valley Lamb Chop and Pastiera, a classic Easter Italian tart, which will be available all day. 8764 Melrose Ave., L.A., 310.432.2000. cecconiswesthollywood.com

Susan Feniger’s STREET
Chef Susan Feniger and Kajsa Alger are celebrating Easter with an “All About Eggs” brunch menu that features global interpretations of egg dishes like Spring carrot soufflé with goat cheese, bacon and English peas; linguine carbonara with crawfish, peas, and spicy andouille; and berries, rhubarb, and Mandarin tangerines with ginger crème anglaise. 742 N. Highland Ave., L.A., 323.203.0500. eatatstreet.com

Comme Ca
Dine on a seasonal selection of Easter brunch specials from chef David Myers. Highlights include gem lettuce salad; lobster Benedict; and Parma ham quiche with asparagus and Marin triple cream brie. Complement your meal with a selection of bottomless mimosas and a Bloody Mary menu. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 8479 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 323.782.1104. commecarestaurant.com

Descanso Gardens
Mar. 30-31. Dine on a variety of brunch options, including selections from a loaded pancake bar, breakfast station with scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage; carving stations with lavender-honey glazed ham, cedar-planked Atlantic salmon and more. $47/members, $55 general public. Multiple seatings. 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday; 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Sunday. 1418 Descanso Dr., La Canada, 818.790.3663. patinagroup.com/descanso

Tortilla Republic
The West Hollywood spot for fresh-Mex celebrates the holiday with an adult Easter egg hunt (where you can win prizes, free apps, drinks and more, including two tickets to Tortilla Republic’s Tequila Tasting series), egg-centric breakfast entrees, and make your own farmers market margarita bar. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 616 N Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.657.9888. tortillarepublic.com

Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
Dine on a three-course Easter menu by Chef Jean Pierre Bosc. Highlights include lemon-dill marinated salmon with potato salad; French toast with caramelized apples; roasted barramundi with sauteed fennel; and chocolate espresso cake. $35/pp; $18/children 12 and under. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Music Center, 135 N. Grand Ave., downtown, 213.972.7322. kendallsbrasserie.com

W Los Angeles – Westwood
Celebrate with specials like carrot “pan” cake with honey whipped cream cheese and caramelized pineapples; and pomegranate molasses glazed ham with braised greens and roasted Spring carrots. 930 Hilgard Ave., L.A., 310.208.8765. wlosangeles.com

Hyperion Public
Dine on specials like Easter breakfast sandwich, chicken fried steak and eggs, crab and avocado omelette and more 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 2538 Hyperion Ave., L.A., 323.761.6440. hyperionpublic.com

Coupa Cafe
Dine on a three-course prix fixe menu of Venezuelan fare that includes choices like grilled artichokes, French toast, filet Mignon and Venezuelan chocolate mousse. $30. 419 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, 310.777.7546. coupacafe.com

Beachside Restaurant & Bar
Dine on a special brunch menu that includes highlights like Maine lobster omelet; ahi tuna tartar; custard French toast with fresh berries, and more. Jamaica By Inn, 14160 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, 310.439.3033. jamaicabayinn.com

Slater’s 50/50
Celebrate Easter with the “Resurrection Burger,” a new Slater’s 50/50 new creation that starts with ground beef blended with ground lamb, topped with goat cheese and candied pecan spread, covered in pure light amber honey with baby greens and sliced Granny Smith apples served on a honey wheat bun. 61 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, 626.765.9700. slaters5050.com

Mr. C Beverly Hills
Dine on a four-course menu featuring spring favorites and Cipriani classics. $80/pp; $30/bottomless bellinis; $45/children 4-12 yrs. Regular brunch menu and daily dinner menu also be available. 1224 Beverwil Dr., L.A., 310.277.2800. mrchotels.com

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
Enjoy $5 Mimosas, Bellini’s, and housemade Sangria and Bloody Marys until 2 p.m., as well as $15 pitchers of their Sangria for sharing. Other brunch highlights include wild blueberry pancakes, and chilaquiles. 3525 W. Carson St., Torrance, 310.921.6080. lazydogrestaurants.com

Edited by Christina Xenos



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