Easter 2024 in Los Angeles: Celebrations & Dining Guide

As spring unfolds its beauty across Los Angeles, the city comes alive with fun Easter celebrations. This festive season, characterized by longer days and blooming landscapes, offers a perfect backdrop for a plethora of activities that cater to everyone’s tastes. From Easter egg hunts to gourmet dining experiences and outdoor adventures, our guide navigates you through the best activities that Los Angeles has to offer. Join us as we explore the myriad ways to make your Easter memorable in the City of Angels.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

March 31. Espelette, the newest dining destination at the five-star hotel, invites guests to a festive Easter Brunch, at $135 per adult and $55 per child. The brunch unfolds in multi-course fashion, starting with a family-style first course, a choice of individual main courses such as grilled lamb chops, ricotta ravioli, or roasted chicken with a Dijon crust, and concludes with a lavish dessert bar featuring penne gratin, crispy fingerling potatoes, and sweets like strawberry carrot cake. Alternatively, a grand buffet is also available in the hotel’s Ballroom for $165 per adult and $60 per child, featuring crustacean and carving stations, a children’s menu, live music, an egg hunt, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Rooftop guests with reservations will enjoy an all-day menu and Easter Eggs containing special surprises.
Time: Sunday at 11 a.m.
Address: 9850 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hill
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March 31. The immersive, live-fire restaurant spearheaded by Chef Jordan Kahn of the acclaimed two-Michelin-star Vespertine, announces the return of its beloved brunch service this Easter. For $125 per person, guests will be treated to a lavish three-course brunch menu featuring communal bread and a choice of coffee, tea, or a cocktail (or mocktail). The menu, curated by Chef Kahn, promises extraordinary fare, such as coal-roasted avocado, smoked bacon steak, caramelized hearth cake, among other delights, ensuring a dining experience that transcends the ordinary.
Time: Sunday,  11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Address: 6703 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles
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La Dolce Vita

March 31. This Easter, Beverly Hills favorite La Dolce Vita opens its doors for an exclusive dinner service, featuring a special braised lamb ragu alongside its classic Sunday dinner offerings. An upscale tribute to the traditional Italian-American “Red Sauce” dining experience, La Dolce Vita boasts a rich Hollywood heritage, with impeccably prepared cuisine and a stylishly nostalgic interior.
Time: Sunday, 5-10 p.m.
Address: 9785 S.Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills
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El Encanto, A Belmond Hote

March 31. A luxurious retreat set in the Santa Barbara mountains, invites you to a celebration includes a lavish Easter brunch buffet featuring specialties such as blinis with caviar and lobster ravioli, complemented by a glass of bubbly. The day’s activities encompass an Easter egg hunt in the hotel’s sprawling gardens, children’s cookie decorating and opportunities for professional photographs to capture the moments. The experience is priced at $165 for adults and $65 for children under 12. Guests can also opt for an overnight stay to enjoy the hotel’s amenities, including its zero-edge pool and spa treatments, turning the day into a luxurious getaway.
Time: Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Address: 800 Alvarado Place, Santa Barbara


March 31. The Arden presents an enchanting all-day Easter Sunday celebration within its mesmerizing enchanted garden setting, offering both brunch and dinner experiences. Guests are invited to savor a special Easter menu featuring morning delights such as the exquisite Arden Lobster Omelet and the signature French Toast available throughout the day. As evening approaches, the venue gracefully shifts to a traditional dinner service, showcasing a selection of sumptuous dishes designed to tantalize the palate. This Easter, immerse yourself in a day brimming with exceptional flavors and festive cheer at Arden.
Time: Sunday, hours vary, check website for details
Address: 8289 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood

The Palm

March 31. This Sunday, Palm is set to delight diners with an exclusive Prime Rib offering, a culinary highlight that the restaurant is known for. Available in both a Queen Cut for $69 and a King Cut for $79, this special addition promises to elevate the holiday dining experience. Additionally, the restaurant will feature Seared Scallops with Pearl Couscous, adding a touch of sophistication to its Easter menu.
Time: Sunday, 4-9 p.m.
Address: 1100 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles


March 31. At The West Hollywood EDITION, Chef John Fraser’s Ardor invites families to a $130 vegetable-forward, multi-course brunch in its lush dining and patio spaces. This spring-inspired event features a dessert garden, carving and omelet stations, starters like Milk Bread, oysters and local cheeses, embracing the season’s produce. Guests will enjoy selections from the Chef’s table, such as locally sourced hen eggs and hibachi-grilled lamb, alongside entrées highlighting local vegetables, including short rib fried rice and sweet potato curry. The brunch concludes with a dessert garden filled with chocolate Easter eggs, macarons, and carrot cakes, offering a celebration of spring’s abundance.
Time: Sunday starts at 9 a.m.
Address: 9040 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
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Restaurant at The Georgian

March 31. Nestled behind its robin’s egg blue exterior, The Georgian’s ground floor restaurant has captivated ocean aficionados, families, and those with a penchant for vintage charm. Echoing the hotel’s 1930s golden era through meticulous restoration, the Restaurant at The Georgian sets the stage for an unforgettable $125 Easter Sunday brunch ($60 for children 12 and under) crafted by Chef David Almany. The three-course, family-style menu features beloved dishes such as brioche French toast, harissa roasted carrots, burrata with grilled asparagus and crab Louie salad. For the main course, diners can choose from whole roasted cauliflower, tagliatelle verde, crispy branzino, or the luxurious filet & eggs. Pastry Chef Thessa complements the meal with a collection of seasonal desserts, ensuring a delightful culmination to the beachside brunch experience.
Time: Sunday at 10 a.m.
Address: 1415 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica
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The Georgian Room

March 31. As evening falls, The Georgian unveils a special Easter rendition of its celebrated Spaghetti Sunday at the basement Italian steakhouse, The Georgian Room. Orchestrated by Chef David Almany, this series offers red sauce Italian classics ideal for family dining amidst an ambiance of dark green leather booths and red gingham tablecloths. Priced at $85, the meal kicks off with communal servings of garlic bread, marinated artichokes alla Romana, Caesar salad and burrata. The feast continues with a family-style spaghetti main course, accompanied by a personal choice of protein such as branzino filet, chicken parm, sausage and peppers, prime filet mignon, or eggplant parm. The experience concludes with a selection of seasonal desserts, thoughtfully curated and crafted by Chef Thessa, ensuring a memorable family gathering this Easter.
Time: Sunday at 5 p.m.
Address: 1415 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica
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BOA Steakhouse

March 31. BOA Steakhouse invites guests to an Easter Brunch Buffet across all its locations. At $95 per person, the buffet features an indulgent selection of breakfast staples, crisp salads, a seafood bar, signature sides, desserts and festive Easter cocktails, offering a comprehensive dining experience that caters to diverse tastes and preferences.
Address: For specific locations, visit website.
Time: Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Love & Salt

March 31. Love & Salt welcomes guests to an Easter dining experience with its a la carte dinner menu, enhanced by exclusive Easter specials. Indulge in the Ricotta Agnolotti, a delightful combination of braised lamb, English peas, mint, and pecorino, offered at $27. For a sweet finale, savor the Carrot Cake, artfully paired with mascarpone walnut frosting, available for $14. This Easter, Love & Salt crafts an unforgettable meal that beautifully blends seasonal flavors and traditional charm.
Time: Sunday, 4:30-10 p.m.
Address: 317 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach


March 31. This Easter, Petrossian West Hollywood invites diners to celebrate with exclusive culinary creations . Begin your Easter feast with the luxurious Braised Pork Belly Benedict, a decadent twist on a brunch classic. Complement your meal with a selection of fresh pastries, featuring the buttery layers of Kouign-Amann and the vibrant freshness of a Berry Tart. At Petrossian West Hollywood, Easter dining is an exquisite affair, blending traditional flavors with gourmet finesse for an unforgettable holiday experience.
Time: Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Hours might be different, so check before going)
Address: 321 N Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood
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March 31. Enjoy Easter with a nod to Brazilian tradition, offering the beloved Bacalhau a Gomes de Sá, a Portuguese-inspired salted cod fish dish, for $35. This special plate pairs perfectly with basmati rice and is accompanied by a glass of wine, crafting a harmonious dining experience. The cod fish, presented on a rich bed of tomatoes, potatoes, onions, and olives, with an egg on the side, encapsulates the essence of a Brazilian Easter. Tapizôn’s holiday offering is a culinary journey that marries the rich flavors of Brazil with the timeless traditions of Portugal, making for an Easter meal to remember.
Time: Sunday, (Hours might be different, so check before going)
Address: 450 Main Street, El Segundo

THE Blvd

March 31. THE Blvd Restaurant is set to host a delightful Easter Brunch. The specially curated a la carte menu caters to all tastes, featuring dishes like the fried chicken sandwich, seafood platter, chicken and waffles, lamb chops, avocado elote with crab toast, and a coconut blueberry and passionfruit nut crumble parfait. An array of house-made pastries, including pain au chocolat, pastrami and swiss cheese croissant, and more, are sure to entice. Dessert is a must-try, with Chef Riccardo Menicucci’s mini desserts platter offering tarts, cream puffs, and carrot cake among other sweet treats. The ambiance is enriched by a jazz band from noon to 3:00 pm, and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny promises extra excitement for younger guests.
Time: Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Address: 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills
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The Highlight Room

March 31. Dream Hollywood is set to celebrate Easter Sunday with a special brunch at The Highlight Room, its rooftop restaurant grill, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. On offer are Easter brunch specials like Tiramisu French Toast with brûlée mascarpone whip cream, chocolate ganache, and fresh strawberries for $21; Green Shakshuka featuring market vegetables, kale, salsa verde, and toasted pepitas with eggs any style for $17; and Lobster Benedict, which includes poached eggs and lobster hollandaise on an English muffin, accompanied by a tomato arugula salad for $21. This unique dining experience combines gourmet flavors with stunning rooftop views for a memorable Easter celebration.
Time: Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Address: 6417 Selma Ave., Hollywood
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The Hideaway

March 31. For Easter brunch, The Hideaway is set to open an hour early at 10 a.m., serving a special three-course menu until 4 p.m. The menu features highlights such as cured salmon potato tostaditas, guava cream French toast, chilaquiles de hongos y trufa negra and grilled lamb chops. Guests can conclude their meal with a dessert platter, offering an assortment of treats including flan and pastel de queso. For those preferring dinner, the restaurant will resume its regular menu from 4 to 10 p.m., catering to all dining preferences.
Time: Sunday, 10 a.m.-Late Night
Address: 421 Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills


March 31. Strike your way through Easter as Bowlero offers a unique blend of excitement with its exclusive 2-hour All You Can Bowl (AYCB) Special, setting the stage for an unforgettable adventure. Beyond the lanes, guests can enjoy retro arcade games and delicious bites, adding to the festive atmosphere. To partake in this special offer, enthusiasts need only to sign up with their email online. On Easter morning, as part of the holiday joy, every subscriber will find the AYCB coupon amidst their Easter goodies, ready to ensure a day filled with strikes, fun and memories.
Time and Address: Visit website for more information.

Photo credits: Bowling courtesy of Michelle McEwen. Dream Hollywood courtesy of Tanveer Badal, El Encanto courtesy of Jenny Lin. Meteora and La Dolce Vita Courtesy of Ruby Sugayan and The Door. All images are courtesy of the venues featured.


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