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Five Last Minute Spots For Easter Brunch

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Bottega Americano

Celebrate Easter Sunday with the entire family at one of EATER's handy picks for last minute brunch restaurants. Whether you're looking for an intimate affair to share with close family, or an out-of-doors afternoon spent soaking in the springtime sea views with mimosas and eggs Benedict, here are five great last minute spots for Easter brunch.

Brunch With A View: George's At The Cove

Booths inside a restaurant. George’s at the Cove.

One of only two Sundays all year that George's is open for brunch, why not celebrate Easter with their special holiday brunch menu this weekend. A la carte items include French toast with Chino Farms strawberries and Meyer lemon cream, chilaquiles with soft egg and queso fresco, plus housemade pastries and craft cocktails from the bar. Served 11 a.m. onwards. 1250 Prospect St. (858) 454-4244 [Photo: Lyudmila Zotova]

Stylish Italian Eats: Bottega Americano

bottega americano

Chef Giuseppe Ciufa's uber stylish Bottega Americano in East Village will be hosting their beautiful brunch creations on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Easter-worthy eats include fresh baked pastries, and cocktails like the Junipero gin-based Buona Domenica and classic mimosas; plus hot dishes including the caprese scramble and Bottega favorite, braised pork shoulder hash with piquillo pepper harissa and pickled red onions. 1195 Island Ave. (619) 255-7800 [Courtesy Photo]

Full English: Jaynes Gastropub

Jaynes Gastropub

In honor of Easter, this year Jayne's will be serving a brunch menu including their full English breakfast which comprises two eggs, English Heinz Baked beans, Irish rasher bacon, pork sausage, black pudding, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, fried toast and (of course) HP sauce. Come hungry! Guests can also expect Brioche French toast with real Vermont maple syrup, mimosas, Pimms cups, Bellinis, Bloody Mary's and ice cold Trumer Pils too. 4677 30th St. (619) 563-1011 [Photo: Yelp]

Go Luxe: Eddie V's

Eddie V's

Thanks to a prime Headquarters location, Eddie V's makes the perfect people-watching brunch spot this Easter. In addition to its signature menu, the restaurant will also be offering a three-course Easter Brunch for $49 per person ($15 children) between 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Standouts include pan seared steak and eggs, with shrimp and grits, and an Alaska King Crab omelet with three citrus Hollandaise. Accompanied by the restaurant's award-winning wine list, special cocktails like mimosas, Bellinis and Bloody Mary's will be available for $7 each. 789 W. Harbor Drive (619) 615-0281 [Courtesy Photo]

Sheer Porkfection: Eclipse Chocolate

Eclipse Chocolate

In addition to their regular vegetarian friendly brunch menu offerings, South Park's popular chocolate-centric bistro is running a "spectacular triumph of porky goodness" with their ham, bacon and carnitas Benedict Easter weekend-long special. Enjoy griddled ham, beer-braised carnitas and maple muscovado glazed bacon over a buttermilk brioche with sous vide farmhouse and chili burnt caramel Hollandaise sauce ($20). 2145 Fern St. (619) 578-2984 [Photo: Facebook]