Perhaps more than any other holiday, Easter is one best celebrated over brunch. And our local picks for where to spend this special springtime day include luxe champagne buffets, prix fixe menus plus bottomless mimosa specials. And so without further adieu, here are twelve spots around San Diego to celebrate Easter Sunday — March 27.Read More
12 Delicious Easter Brunch Options in San Diego
Remember that it runs early this year, on Sunday, March 27
Stake Chophouse & Bar
For a luxurious brunching experience, head to Stake where Executive Chef Tim Kolanko will be serving up King Crab cocktail and oysters of the half shell, plus appetizers like Bloody Mary-style mussels in addition to premier steaks while mixing in some traditional Easter favorites.
Brian Malarkey’s “fish meats field” culinary concept in La Jolla is serving up a prix fixe, three-course brunch menu for $35 a person, with the option to add bottomless mimosas for just $15 more. Bites include ricotta stuffed French toast, Farmer's scrambled eggs plus assorted flatbreads.
Served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. enjoy one of TRUST’s Ultimate Sticky Buns, pancakes and fried chicken or say cheers to the Easter Bunny over brunch with cocktails like TRUST Bloody, made with jalapeno infused vodka and Irish Coffee S.F. Style, made with Tullamore Dew, coffee, sugar and crème.
Available from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Chef Martin’s three-course prix fixe Easter Brunch costs $59.50, and includes dishes like eggs Benedict with Applewood smoked bacon, and double chocolate mousse cake. You can also celebrate later with an a la carte Easter dinner menu from 5 - 8:30 p.m.
The European Easter Brunch special includes a spread of sweet and savory items, including some of Pastry Chef Karen Krasne’s breakfast pastries and petite desserts. Savory items include her house-made dips her famous pesto. Served 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., it costs $26.95 per person or $16.95 for children 12 and under.
The Marine Room
Served 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. enjoy spectacular coastal views of La Jolla Shores and a bountiful buffet of springtime favorites like The Marine Room's signature Spindrift seafood crepes, Ras el Hanout rose petal spiced Colorado leg of lamb, coconut rum passion Génoise, Easter cookies and more for $68 per person.
The Westgate Hotel
The Westgate Hotel is putting on two afternoon Easter Teas and an exquisite Easter Champagne Brunch for the ultimate Parisian style celebration. Served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., brunch costs $79 for adults and $35 for children 12 and under. Expect fresh seafood, made-to-order omelets, and a special children’s section.
Designed by Chef Amy DiBiase, Tidal’s three-course prix fixe Easter brunch includes coffee, juice and soft drinks for $44 and a child-friendly three-course meal for $28. Children can also enjoy complimentary Easter baskets as part of their dessert course, as well as house-made chocolates and sugar cookies.
La Valencia Hotel
Enjoy omelets to order, a sushi bar, prime rib and an assortment of spring sweets at La Valencia Hotel, where there will also be a special visit from the Easter Bunny himself. Served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., brunch costs $84 per person/$29 per child under 12. Add $10 for unlimited Bloody Mary and mango sake bar.
Bali Hai Restaurant
For a champagne Easter brunch with a Polynesian flare, Bali Hai’s menu includes Brioche French toast, and Luau favorites like teriyaki grilled chicken, plus assorted island-inspired desserts. Served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., it costs $45 for adults and $18 for children ages 6 to 12, while kids five and under are free.
Celebrate Easter à la Française with Bleu Bohème’s specialty brunch from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/executive chef Ken Irvine decadent feast to honor the occasion features salade de chevre; bisque de homard; eggs benedict; savory belgique prosciutto waffle; and crepe au “Nutella.” Priced at $49 per person the petits “Bohemiens” three-course kid’s brunch is priced at $18, and is available for patrons 12 and under.
The Red Door
The Red Door’s Easter brunch menu includes ‘stacks, steaks and carrot pancakes with cream cheese frosting, plus a 4 oz. filet, two eggs your way, roasted potatoes, garden greens, and hollandaise sauce. Or make it an Easter dinner with rosemary crusted lamb pops and cherry port reduction, followed by carrot cake cheesecake with salted caramel.