Easter Sunday – Where to Brunch and More

Easter Sunday is always a special day that brings families together and brunch has become a part of that day. Brunch has been raised to new levels of flavors as chefs are doing bring creativity to this day and we have picked some of the best spots all over the West Coast.

Easter is a time filled with bright colors and beautiful fresh spring ingredients! Chez Melange is implementing just that with the help of their beautiful garden in Palos Verdes, offering fresh farm-to-table menu options for Easter Brunch and Dinner. As well as carefully crafted cocktails and mimosa flights with fresh homemade juices.


To start, Chez is offering fresh French pastry, Profiteroles ($8) created by their in-house pastry Chef Karl filled with homemade custard cream and powdered sugar. Another Table Starter is their thick French Toast ($9) served with tasty maple syrup and topped with butter. 
If you’re feeling Bouzy, some of the cocktails being offered include their Mimosa Flights ($15) with fresh homemade juices such as, Pomegranate, Pineapple, Mango and of course, Bubbly. Their famous Bloody Oink ($11) made with House Bacon Infused Vodka and homemade Spicy House Mix, along with a few more options! TO MAKE A RESERVATION:CLICK HERE 


Then, for the star of the show, the Easter Specials! Featured are Friz’s Pretzel French Toast ‘Knife and Fork’ Sandwich ($13) made with Ham, Swiss Cheese, Maple Mustard, Fried Egg and served with an Arugula Salad. The Eggslut Sandwich ($12) made with Pastrami, Melted Swiss Cheese, Avocado, Fried Egg, Mayonaise all on Italian Bread. Another mouth-watering staple is their Fried Chicken Breast ‘Nuggets’and French Toast ($15) which is lightly coated and fried, served with Ranch Dip and Maple Syrup. 

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 – menu here. Enjoy atableside Bloody Mary and Mimosa cart while you dine on favorites like the Rancheros Breakfast Bowl, made 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. With pastries piled high from the bakery, breakfast sides, salads, entrées and delightful cocktails, there’s something for everyone at the table. Bar cart photos here. Brunch photos here

Easter at Nerano Beverly Hills

Celebrate an Italian-style Easter on Sunday, April 21st at Nerano in Beverly Hills. Guests will be able to enjoy a special Easter Sunday menu inspired by the Amalfi Coast – available for lunch and dinner, the a la carte menu will feature the restaurant’s signature southern Italian fare with a modern twist, courtesy of Executive Chef Michele Lisi. Featured specials will 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 perfectItalian Easter celebration. Buona Pasqua!

Easter Sunday hours are 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. for lunch and from 5 p.m.-10p.m. for dinner. Reservations can be made via Resy or by calling the restaurant at 310.405.0155.

Easter Brunch at  Bacari W. 3rd

Going out for Easter brunch this year? Head to the best hidden patio in town at Bacari W. 3rd to enjoy Mediterranean inspired cicchetti from Chef Lior Hillel. Served from 10:30am-3pm, 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 for $25 are all available!

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 a spring inspired cocktail in the open patio, let mom indulge on Blackened Salmon Salad, Crab & Eggs, Lobster Toast or the Braised Short Rib Surf & Turf to name a few.  Easter Brunch will be served from 11am to 3pm. Reservations recommended.

Mastro’s Ocean Club in Malibu has an elevated, Easter brunch experience (and also perfect for your Instagram).

Known for its white glove service and acclaimed cuisine, brunch highlights include the decadent Maine Lobster BenedictCrab Cake Benedict, fluffy Belgian Waffles, and Mastro’s savory Ahi Tuna Burger.  Wet your whistle with Mastro’s elegant signature cocktails such as the bubbly Peach Bellini or Mastro’s Mojito withfresh mint and lime, served tall with splash of refreshing Club Soda.

Brunch hours are from 10am-2pm, with dinner hours to follow from 4pm-9pm. And if you can’t make brunch in Malibu, all other Mastro’s locations will be open from4pm-9pm. Please let me know if you are able to include in any Easter Brunch roundups.

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, to enjoy wonderful dishes that are exactly what your weekend mood needs, whether you enjoy them on the patio or in the sun-filled restaurant:

  • Kick Sunday off right with the Village Breakfast. Withtwo eggs (scrambled/sunny/over), potatoes, whole wheat toast and either chicken, pure cane bacon or linguisa sausage, you’ll have a taste of everything you love.
  • Indulge in the fresh and flavorful 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.  
  • Share the love with shareables for the table such as the Smoked Salmon Spread & Rye Crisps or the Heavenly Hotcakes.
  • Treat yourself to the Pumpkin Chai Pancakes, with candied pecans and brulee’d orange, or the Village French Toast made with brioche, almond & orange zest, pure maple syrup, and powdered sugarprove that batter is always better.

And it’s not a true brunch experience without 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.

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