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Where to find Easter brunch in Los Angeles

Celebrate the springtime holiday with delicious brunch from these L.A. restaurants and hotels.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo
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After two years of muted at-home celebration, going (all) out for Eastery is back, baby. Though you'll still find takeout and delivery from Santa Monica favorite Huckleberry on this list, you'll also find plenty of decadent brunches at fancy-schmancy hotels and cozy restaurants with plenty of outdoor dining

Read on for bottomless mimosas, plenty of lamb and even an on-site egg hunt at these excellent dining destinations for Easter 2022.

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Your guide to Easter brunch in Los Angeles

  • Hotels
  • Chain hotels
  • Beverly
  • price 3 of 4

Menu: Enjoy live music and an egg hunt on this Beverly Hills-adjacent hotel's serene, flower-lined outdoor patio as you dine  on buffet-style brunch hosted by Sofitel's Riviera 31 on Easter Sunday from 11am to 4pm. Bottomless sparkling wine, mimosas and bellinis will also available for $30 more per person. Note that patio seating can only be secured with a reservation.

Price: $65 per person (with one á la carte cocktail), $45 per child ages 5–12, free for children under 5, not including tax and gratuity. 

Reservations: Via OpenTable.

  • Restaurants
  • Californian
  • West Hollywood

Menu: Spend Easter Sunday this year enjoying a brunch buffet at this ultra-chic West Hollywood open-air patio eatery, complete with live DJ and bottomless mimosas or bloody marys. Individual dish stations will offer up decadent bites like tres leches French toast, Hot Cheetos-dusted mac and cheese and chili-encrusted prime rib. Separate seatings are available at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.

Price: $100 per person, $40 for children 10 and under, not including tax and gratuity. 

Reservations: Via Resy.

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  • Restaurants
  • American creative
  • Downtown Historic Core
  • price 3 of 4

Menu: Easter Sunday might be the best time to visit Redbird, a Downtown restaurant housed inside an old cathedral complete with an adjacent, ultra-lush hidden garden. Available from 10am to 2pm, chef Neal Fraser's holiday brunch menu includes choice of appetizer and entrée. Highlights include a nutty-sweet kaya toast, duck confit chilaquiles and Basque baked eggs with short rib, blood sausage, piquillo peppers and Ossau-Iraty cheee.

Price: $65 per person, $21 for children, not including beverage, tax and gratuity. 

Reservations: Book via their website.

  • Restaurants
  • Californian
  • South Park
  • price 3 of 4

Menu: You won't find bottomless mimosas or breezy garden seating at this boutique Downtown lobby restaurant, but Caldo Verde is the rare hotel eatery that actually has all-around amazing food courtesy of the same pair behind farm-to-table classic A.O.C. Available from 10am to 2:30pm on Easter Sunday, this Portugese-inspired eatery's prix-fixe  menu will feature an array of market-fresh table starters, choice of entrée and an Easter dessert extravaganza of macaroons, carrot cake, cookies and more. Entrée highlights include saffron-infused vegetable frittata and a smoked salmon plate with potato cakes and avocado. 

Price: $95 per person, $45 for children under 12 not including tax and gratuity. 

Reservations: Via OpenTable.

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  • Hotels
  • Spa hotels
  • Beverly Hills
  • price 4 of 4

Menu: In the mood to go big for Easter? Head to the ultra-fancy Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire, which will have a giant chocolate egg for the holiday in the lobby and a free Easter basket for kids 9 and under filled with house-made goodies. Ground floor restaurant THEBlvd will also offer Easter brunch on Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17 from 7am to 2:30pm. Diners can enjoy live music from 11am to 3pm as they munch on an a la carte menu of brunch favorites like frittatas and French toast, plus luxury add-ons like Royal Osetra caviar and seafood platters.

Reservations: 310-385-3901 or via OpenTable.

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Culver City

Menu: This cozy French, Italian and Argentine-inspired bakery and café at Platform Culver City will offer an á la carte Easter brunch menu inspired by both head chef's family traditions on Easter Sunday. Expect crepes, mimosas and other well-executed brunch favorites redone for the springtime holiday. In addition to a holiday dine-in menu, Bianca is also baking five unique pastries and sweets: Argentine rosca de Pascua, hot cross buns, Easter cookies, carrot cakes and chocolate eggs (preorder on Tock by April 12).

Reservations: Via Resy.

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  • Hotels
  • Boutique hotels
  • Santa Monica
  • price 4 of 4

Menu: Enjoy a luxurious Easter brunch with a side of ocean views at this Santa Monica hotel's restaurant, Terrazza, which will serve a special prix-fixe menu for the holiday. (Note that its usual á la carte brunch offerings will not be available.) Dine on caviar-topped oysters, lobster and shrimp eggs benedict and other sumptuous brunch bites before finishing with carrot cake, a key lime tart or a chocolate brownie for dessert. 

Price: $115 per person, not including beverage, tax and gratuity.

Reservations: Via OpenTable.

  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary American
  • Santa Monica
  • price 2 of 4

Menu: For those who would rather celebrate Easter at home, Santa Monica brunch staple Huckleberry will offer an array of spring-inspired entrées and holiday desserts for takeout and local delivery. Highlights include yogurt-roasted herbed leg of lamb, quiche lorraine with Niman Ranch ham and goat cheese and even an adorable bird's nest-inspired chocolate tart for a crowd—but kids of any age will likely prefer the DIY Easter egg-shaped decorating kit.

Reservations: Preorder on Tock by April 14 at 3pm.

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