Where to Enjoy Easter Sunday Brunch in Los Angeles

Eggstravagant Sunday brunches and special prix fixe menus

Described as a “moveable feast” because it doesn’t fall on the same date every year, Easter Sunday is known for family friendly traditions such as egg hunts, the Easter Bunny and Easter parades. Restaurants across Los Angeles are celebrating the holiday with lavish brunches and special prix fixe menus. Read on for restaurants and hotels in L.A. to enjoy Easter Sunday.

All Easter brunches and dinners take place on Sunday, April 21, 2019 unless otherwise noted.

Dekkadance at InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown
Dekkadance | Photo: InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

Dekkadance - InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

Take your Easter to new heights at Dekkadance, located on the 69th floor of the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown. Served from 11:30am to 3:30pm, Easter Brunch will feature Made-To-Order Brunch Specialties, Cheese & Charcuterie, Chilled Seafood, Entrees (Duck Confit, Herb Roasted Salmon, Pork Loin), Carving Station (Prime Rib, Bone-In Ham, Leg of Lamb), Pizza, Desserts and more. Includes Endless Champagne, Mimosas, Bellinis, soft drinks and juices. Pricing is $90 per Adult and $40 per Child.

Unlimited small plates at Border Grill's Easter Brunch
Unlimited small plates at Easter Brunch | Photo: Border Grill Downtown L.A., Facebook

Border Grill Downtown L.A.

Border Grill, the modern Mexican cantina in Downtown L.A. from Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, is offering Easter Brunch with unlimited small plates for $30 per person. Highlights include plantain empanada, chicken tinga tamale, ceviche del dia, fried chicken & churro waffles, Yucatan pork Benedict, steak and eggs, chilaquiles and churro tots. Vegan options include farmer's market tostada, corn esquite, breakfast quesadilla with tofu & soyrizo; "Impossible" chorizo tacos and Aztec parfait. Add bottomless mimosas for $15, or upgrade to bottomless Mimosas, Micheladas and Bloody Marys for $20 per person.

The Kids Easter Menu (ages 12 and under) features unlimited small plates and dessert station for $15, or an la carte menu is available. Photo booth from 10am to 3pm.


Located atop the U.S. Bank Tower, 71Above boasts spectacular views from Downtown L.A. to the coast. Priced at $55, the two-course Easter Brunch starts with fresh biscuits for the table, and a choice of Brussels sprouts, sugar snap pea, avocado toast spring radish, smoked salmon, butter leaf or burrata. Entree selections include omelette, Eggs Benedict, shakshuka, shrimp & grits, braised bacon, cacio e pepe, and flat iron steak & eggs.

Grand Central Market in Downtown LA
Grand Central Market in Downtown LA  |  Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

Grand Central Market

At the landmark Grand Central Market in Downtown L.A., Golden Road Brewing will feature a special brunch menu with vegan and non-vegan options, such as Eggs Benedict, Poached Pears & Granola, Ham & Egg Melt, and Deviled Eggs.

Roast To Go is offering a free medium soft drink with purchase of combo plate when guests mention the Easter promo.


At the stunning Redbird in Downtown L.A., Chef Neal Fraser is serving a prix fixe Easter Brunch menu from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. First course choices include cornmeal waffle, roasted beets, white asparagus Lyonnaise, house-cured salmon, or Scotch egg. Main course selections include lobster congee, uni carbonara, King salmon, lamb belly hash, Basque baked eggs. The Kids Menu features soft scrambled eggs, chicken tenders, gemelli, and waffle. Pricing is $48 per person and $19 per child (ages 10 years old and under).

Le Petit Paris
Le Petit Paris

Le Petit Paris

Le Petit Paris in Downtown L.A. is serving a special Easter Brunch Buffet from 10:30 am - 2:45 pm. Highlights include an Oyster Station, Roasted Lamb & Fish Station, Egg Station, Charcuterie & Cheese Station, Appetizer Station, Viennoiserie & Crepe Station, Chocolate Fountain, and Chocolate Desserts. Pricing is $69 per person. Kids under 10 are $35. A la carte drinks include Bottomless Mimosa, Bellini, and Bloody Mary.


Inspired by supper clubs from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Chef Suzanne Tracht’s acclaimed restaurant Jar presents the annual Easter Dinner with a menu of spring-inspired dishes. Jar's Easter Sunday specials include lobster cocktail with oro blanco, avocado, shaved fennel, jalapeno, lime; warm white asparagus with sweet miso butter, toasted sesame seeds, chives; braised lamb shank with port and star anise; and English peas bonne femme with pearl onions and mushrooms. Jar's traditional chop house menu and Fried Chicken Sunday menu will also be available. Reservations are recommended and available from 5:30 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome.

Ray's and Stark Bar

Ray's and Stark Bar

Located at LACMA, Ray’s and Stark Bar is serving Easter specials along with its regular Sunday brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Easter Sunday specials include Ray's Eggs Benedict (pizza muffin, smoked salmon, organic poached egg, hollandaise, trout caviar), dark chocolate pancakes (caramelized bananas, goat cheese, sea salt), and soft scrambled egg toast (Robiolina, maitake mushrooms, pickled onions, black pepper).

Sofitel Los Angeles Easter Eggstravaganza
Eggs & Chocolate Eggstravaganza | Photo: Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Eggs & Chocolate Eggstravaganza - Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills presents an Eggs & Chocolate Eggstravaganza the whole family will enjoy. The festive menu features springtime brunch favorites at the popular Egg Corner, traditional crusted leg of lamb with delicious sides and salads, and for surf 'n' turf fans, there's select beef and lobster items from Sofitel's SoCal Eatery, Cattle & Claw. Kids and adults alike will be delighted by the chocolate buffet offering a decadent chocolate fountain, Nutella waffles, the Donut Wall, and of course Easter eggs. The buffet will be served from noon - 5pm on Easter Sunday. Pricing is $69 per person and $34 for children ages 12 and under. Free for children 5 years old and under.

Easter Brunch at Cavatina
Easter Brunch at Cavatina | Photo: Sunset Marquis

Cavatina - Sunset Marquis

A hidden gem tucked inside the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood, Cavatina is serving an Easter Brunch buffet with a variety of food stations. Highlights include Omelette Station, Seafood Bar, Charcuterie & Cheese Displays, Fresh Fruit, Seasonal Salads, Carving Station featuring prime rib and parma ham, and Desserts. Pricing is $91 per person, $35 for children ages 5-11, and free for children ages 4 and under.



On Easter Sunday, Cecconi’s West Hollywood is offering several seasonal specials alongside its regular weekend brunch menu. The holiday dishes include a brunch-friendly ham & egg pizza topped with porchetta, fontina, fried eggs and pesto ($24); as well as a farmers’ market-inspired tagliolini pasta with shaved asparagus and baby squash ($24).

Culina at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills | Photo: Yuri Hasegawa
Culina at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills | Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

Culina - Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Located in the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Culina is serving a lavish Easter Brunch Buffet from 10am to 3pm. Buffet favorites include Belgian waffles and omelettes made to order; Dim Sum Station, market-inspired salads, Sushi & Seafood Station, Spring Lamb Shawarma & Kofta Station, Carving Station (roasted prime rib, honey glazed smoked ham, slow roasted leg & shoulder of lamb), and savory entrees like Morita pepper braised beef cheeks, jidori chicken, roasted salmon, and seared branzino. Be sure to save room for the famous Dessert Station!

Kids can enjoy their own Children's Buffet, along with Easter activities like a special appearance from the Easter bunny, cookie decorating, children’s movies, egg baskets and more.

Pricing is $139 per adult, $69 for children ages 5-12, and complimentary for children 4 and under.

Spago Beverly Hills

Spago Beverly Hills

One of L.A.'s most iconic restaurants, Spago Beverly Hills is the flagship restaurant of legendary chef Wolfgang Puck's culinary empire. Spago is serving a three-course Easter Brunch Menu priced at $175 for adults, and $75 for children ages 12 and under. Dessert will be served from the pop-up Pie & Bake Shop, plus a special visit from the Easter Bunny! Reservations for parties of 2-12 at Tock.

Jean-Georges Beverly Hills
Jean-Georges Beverly Hills

Jean-Georges Beverly Hills

New York mega-star Jean-Georges Vongerichten brings a taste of his globally informed French cuisine to the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills hotel. Let the little ones delight in an Easter egg decoration while you enjoy Easter Brunch with traditional favorites accented with California flavors from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. Starters include sunny side up frittata, ahi tuna tartare, and sweet pea soup. Entrees feature roasted salmon, roasted black sea bass, parmesan crusted organic chicken, Snake River Farms skirt steak & eggs, and veal Milanese. Sides are served family style and dessert is a decadent buffet. Pricing is $135 per guest and $65 for children.

CIRCA 55 Restaurant
Circa 55

CIRCA 55 - Beverly Hilton

Named for the year the Beverly Hilton was founded, the Mid-Century inspired CIRCA 55 is serving Easter Brunch from 11am - 4pm. Buffet highlights include an Omelette Station with breakfast sides, Breakfast Toast Station, Salads, Hot Station (honey baked spiral ham, Skuna Bay salmon, harissa chicken, veggies), Sushi & Seafood Bar, Carving & BBQ Station (prime rib, leg of lamb), Soups, Fruit & Cheese, and Bakeries & Desserts. Pricing is $95 for adults and $45 for children.

nerano pasta


The fourth restaurant from the Toscana Restaurant Group, Nerano in Beverly Hills is offering 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 di Vitello 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 with drink specials by Chief Mixologist Asadour Seheldjian, with mimosas, bellinis and more to make for a perfect Italian Easter celebration. Easter Sunday hours are 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. for lunch and 5-10p.m. for dinner. Buona Pasqua!

Ocean Prime Beverly Hills

Enjoy a special a la carte Easter Brunch Menu at the seafood-centric Ocean Prime Beverly Hills. Start with the Signature Bloody Mary or a bit of bubbly - the Blood Orange Mimosa is made with Blood Orange Juice, Simple Syrup, Cointreau and Champagne. Easter specials include Blackened Salmon Salad, Crab & Eggs, Lobster Toast, and the Braised Short Rib Surf & Turf. Easter Brunch will be served from 11am to 3pm. Reservations recommended.

Mari - InterContinental Los Angeles Century City

Mari, the signature restaurant at the InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills, is hosting an Easter Brunch Buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests and their families can enjoy all the brunch fixings, including international offerings, an omelette station, griddle favorites, a dessert table from Pastry Chef Gail Romulo, and more. Pricing is $42 per adult and $20 per child. Tickets available at Eventbrite.

Craft Los Angeles

Located in Century City, Craft is offering a three-course prix fixe menu on Easter Sunday. First and second courses for the table include house-made pastries, honey-creme fraiche panna cotta, burrata, and Dungeness crab. Main course selections include chicken-fried sweetbreads, soft scramble, pork belly sandwich, Berkshire pork & grits, Alaskan halibut, diver scallops, and braised rabbit tagliatelle. Easter Brunch is served from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and is priced at $65 per person. Free for children ages 5 and under.

STK Los Angeles

STK Los Angeles, the modern steakhouse and signature restaurant of the W Los Angeles - West Beverly Hills, is serving a lavish Easter brunch buffet from 10:30am to 3:00pm. Highlights include a Raw Bar, Brunch Essentials, Carving Station (slow roasted filet of beef, herbed leg of lamb), "Main Attractions," including smoked ham frittata, brioche French toast, braised short rib, king salmon, and mashed potato bar; and a decadent Dessert Playground. Pricing is $84 for adults and $22 for kids.

To add to the festivities, STK is offering Mimosa Bottle Service - complimentary mimosa bar set up with purchase of any sparkling wine or champagne, includes assorted fresh juices and berries.



Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne’s acclaimed Brentwood restaurant, Tavern is serving their popular à la carte brunch and dinner menus on Easter Sunday. Tavern’s brunch menu includes Larder Baking Company pastries, savory egg dishes, sandwiches, salads, main courses and child-friendly dishes.

The dinner menu includes a variety of small and medium plates, including Market Lettuce Salad, Tuna Meatballs, Spanish Fried Chicken, Ricotta Gnocchi, Seared Scallops and Grilled Swordfish. Large plates are designed to share as a main course – Grilled Halibut, Duck Breast Skewers, Braised Lamb Shank, Hanger Steak, and "The Devil’s Chicken" with potatoes, leeks & mustard breadcrumbs. Save room for desserts like Tavern’s signature “Snickers” Bar with salted peanut caramel & vanilla ice cream. Prices range from $11-$36 for brunch and $11-$46 for dinner dishes.

For something more casual, The Larder at Tavern will also be serving Easter Sunday Brunch from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m.  – 9:30 p.m. featuring selections from their à la carte market-fresh menu. The Larder is also offering Complete Easter Brunch and Complete Easter Dinner to-go packages that serve 4. Pricing is $45/person for brunch and $55/person for dinner. A la carte dishes from both packages are also available. Recommended wines curated by Caroline Styne can be added to take-out orders, ideal for entertaining at home or for gifting. Orders must be placed by Thursday, April 18 at 5 p.m.


Tosca & Bar Toscana

Opened since 1989, Tosca is a warm and inviting trattoria in the heart of Brentwood. In addition to their traditional Tuscan à la carte menu, Toscana is offering Easter Sunday specials for lunch or dinner: roasted asparagus with black truffles, butter and sage sauce; artichoke ravioli with saffron cream and parmesan crisps; and roasted lamb shoulder with fingerling potatoes and swiss chard. The price range for the à la carte specials is $15 - $86. Toscana will be serving lunch on Easter Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m.

Next door, Bar Toscana will be serving cocktails and stuzzichini (small bites) from 5:30 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended for Easter Sunday.

Iced Shellfish Display at Baltaire
Iced shellfish display | Photo: Baltaire, Facebook


Known as the "steakhouse, completely re-imagined," Baltaire is serving an Easter Sunday brunch buffet from 10am to 3pm. Highlights include the Raw Bar (Fresh Shucked Oysters, Shrimp Cocktail, Snow Crab Claws), Carving Board (Prime Rib, Leg of Lamb, Honey Glazed Ham, Roasted Salmon) Breakfast (French Toast, Eggs Benedict, Spinach Quiche, Shakshuka, Chilaquiles, Scrambled Eggs, Nueske’s Bacon, Chicken Sausage, Crispy Potatoes) Greens, and Pastries & Dessert. Pricing for the buffet is $85 per adult and $45 for children.

Guests can imbibe in the newly launched Sparkling Mimosa Bar, which includes sparkling wine, fresh fruit juices, and, of course, a sparkler.

Carbon Beach Club

Located at Malibu Beach Inn, Carbon Beach Club features California coastal cuisine paired with boutique regional wines, complemented by breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. On Easter Sunday, CBC is serving a three-course prix fixe menu from 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Following a complimentary assorted mini pastry basket, first course options include Easter radishes, Farmer's Salad, and chilled pea soup. For the main course, choose from Heritage Ham, Lobster Benedict, Petite Filet, Avocado Toast, Pain Perdu or Shakshuka. Finish with carrot cake, chocolate caramel tart or affogato. Pricing is $75 per adult, or $100 with optional wine pairing.

To pair with the Easter menu, CBC is featuring refreshing low ABV cocktails like the Lillet Rose Spritz, made with Lillet Rose, Serol Sparkling Rose, Fever Tree Club Soda, and orange slices.

Saddle Peak Lodge
Saddle Peak Lodge

Saddle Peak Lodge

Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains above Malibu, Saddle Peak Lodge is a warm, rustic retreat located along a creek that runs from Las Virgenes Canyon to the Pacific Ocean. Saddle Peak Lodge is serving their annual Easter Brunch from 10am - 2:30pm. The three-course menu starts with a roasted apple salad, baby beet salad, or warm carrot bisque. Entree selections include roasted Faroe Island salmon, Eggs Benedict, roasted "lamb pastrami" Reuben sandwich, thick-cut brioche French toast, or braised short rib. For dessert, choose from banana & huckleberry bread pudding, cappuccino pot de creme, or mini chocolate brownies. Pricing is $75 per adult and $45 per child under 12. All children will receive a special Easter treat at the end of their meal.

Catch Seafood Santa Monica
Catch | Photo: Hotel Casa del Mar/Catch

Catch - Hotel Casa del Mar

Enjoy fresh local fare from land and sea along with panoramic ocean views at Catch in the Hotel Casa del Mar. Catch is featuring a three-course, prix fixe Easter Brunch that starts with beef carpaccio, roasted baby beets salad, split pea & ham soup, or Lobster Benedict. Main course selections include grilled grass-fed filet mignon, Mary's Farm organic roasted chicken, seared Chilean sea bass, Maine scallops, and spinach tagliatelle. For dessert, choose from banana cream pie, carrot cake, or chocolate Easter egg. Pricing is $85 per person.

The two-course Kids Easter Brunch Menu ($45) includes fun items like grass-fed beef slider, grilled cheese, buttermilk chicken fingers, spaghetti bolognese, fish sticks, warm chocolate cake and banana split.


Located in the historic Hull Building in Downtown Culver City, Akasha Richmond and partner Alan Schulman’s AKASHA is serving a la carte Easter Brunch and Dinner Specials along with their regular Weekend Brunch and Dinner menus. Brunch plates include Citrus Ricotta Pancakes with Tamai Farms Strawberries & Meyer Lemon Curd; Brisket Omelette with Caramelized Onions, Manchego & Maryann’s Lettuces; and Maine Lobster Roll on a Brioche Bun with Tarragon Aioli. Brunch specials are priced from $8 - $24.

Priced from $10 - $34, Easter Dinner Specials include small plates like Lobster Bisque, Asparagus with Poached Egg, Almond Romanesco, Green Onion & Pecorino; and Beet Carpaccio. For the main course, AKASHA serves big plates of Lamb Chops with Mint Gremolata & Olive Oil Smashed Potatoes; and Spring Vegetable Ragu with Peas, Asparagus & Sugar Snaps. Dessert is Pavlova with Lemon Curd & Berries.

Costero Bar at Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel
Costero Bar | Photo: Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel

Costero Bar & Bistro - Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles

Located at the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel, Costero Bar & Bistro features California cuisine and an open space design that encourages social interaction. On Easter Sunday, Costero will be featuring four a la carte specials alongside the regular menu: Lobster Bisque with tarragon oil, Braised Colorado Lamb Shank with braised cabbage, roasted tomato and orzo in natural jus; Crab Stuffed Sole with spring pea risotto and asparagus; and a Chocolate Banana Cake with brown butter cream cheese frosting and bourbon caramelized banana. Pricing for the specials ranges from $10 to $35. Easter Sunday hours are 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Bourbon Steak Los Angeles

Located in the Americana at Brand in Glendale, Bourbon Steak Los Angeles is serving a three-course prix fixe menu from 11:30am to 3pm on Easter Sunday. First courses include “Bacon and Eggs" (pork belly, quail egg, shakshuka), Smoked Salmon Tartine, or Shredded Kale Salad. For entree, choose from Fried Chicken, Lobster Eggs Benedict, The Blue Burger, "Elvis" French Toast (peanut butter, banana, honey gastrique) or The Monte Cristo. Enjoy Cinnamon Sticky Buns for the table, then choose from Ricotta Doughnuts or LAMILL Espresso Coffee Cake for the sweet finish.

Pricing for the prix fixe menu is $65 per person. Supplements include Michael's Ahi Tuna Tartare ($8), Alaskan King Crab Louie ($10), Rack of Lamb ($24), 8 oz Filet Mignon ($18), Michael's Lobster Pot Pie ($28), and an Ice-Cold Shellfish Platter that serves 2-3 ($89). For $15, enjoy tableside Bloody Mary Cart service with your choice of spirit - vodka, gin, tequila or mezcal.

EST. Prime Steakhouse - Sheraton Los Angeles San Gabriel

EST. Prime Steakhouse has been dishing out fresh California seafood, Japanese wagyu, dry-aged steaks, and extensive wine offerings since January 2018. Located at the elegant Sheraton Los Angeles San Gabriel, EST will be offering Spring Specials from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Easter Sunday. The a la carte specials include the Chef's Special Superior Farms grass-fed lamb, springtime cocktails made with Pomp & Whimsy gin, and an Easter Egg-shaped chocolate dome dessert featuring Harry's Berries. The regular EST dinner menu will also be available.

Classic Eggs Benedict at The Raymond 1886
Classic Eggs Benedict | Photo: The Raymond 1886

The Raymond 1886

Housed in a historic Craftsman Cottage with an expansive patio, The Raymond 1886 is serving an a la carte Easter Sunday Brunch from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. Start with the shared Family Breakfast Platter filled with fresh fruit, muffins, and homemade cinnamon roll. Egg-centric dishes include Executive Chef Jon Hung’s Inspired Omelettes or "Create Your Masterpiece," Eggs Benedicts (“The Classic,” Smoked Salmon, The Avocado, Corned Beef Hash), Chorizo & Eggs, Huevos Montuleños, and Breakfast Tacos. If you're feeling green or more in the mood for lunch, there's The Raymond Cobb, Mediterranean Lamb Wrap, Raymond Cheeseburger, and Grilled Steak & Fries. Enjoy a Sweet Finish with a Crumb Cake served with caramelized strawberries and Mascarpone; or Coconut Macarons with sweet hibiscus rhubarb and vanilla ice cream.

Thirsty diners can sip an 1886 Bloody Mary made with Dirty Sue Olive Juice and an array of salts and spices; the classic Ramos Fizz Gin made with fresh citrus, cream, egg white, and orange-flavored water topped with soda, or an Irish Coffee with Irish whiskey, coffee, Demerara, and cream.

Terranea Resort Easter Eggstravaganza
Easter Eggstravaganza | Photo: Terranea Resort, Facebook

Easter Ballroom Brunch & Eggstravaganza - Terranea Resort

Situated on 102 acres that overlook the Pacific Ocean in Rancho Palos Verdes, Terranea Resort presents the annual Easter Ballroom Brunch & Eggstravaganza. Taking place in the Palos Verdes Grand Ballroom, the brunch features an omelette & egg station, Challah French toast, pan-Asian delights, chilaquiles, carved meats, salad bar, local seafood, charcuterie & cheese, house-made desserts and more. There's also a kids buffet and kids desserts. An Easter Sunday Toast is included! Seatings at 9:30am, 10:00am, 2:00pm, and 2:30pm. Tickets are on sale at the Terranea website. Pricing is $95 for adults, $49 for children ages 5-10, and free for children 5 and under.

Terranea is also featuring a California-inspired brunch buffet with the Easter Bunny at catalina kitchen from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Pricing is $99 for adults, $49 for children 5-10, and free for children 5 and under.

The resort’s flagship restaurant, mar’sel will be serving an elegant, a la carte holiday menu from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Entrees include an olive oil-poached halibut with artichoke confit; basil chicken Panzanella with wild mustard and heirloom tomatoes; and a roasted lamb porterhouse chop with fava beans, freekeh, roasted tomatoes, and olive juice.

Hotel guests, Easter Ballroom Brunch ticketholders, and those dining at catalina kitchen or mar'sel will receive access to Terranea’s Easter Eggstravaganza on the Palos Verdes Meadows. There will be music and family-friendly activities including Easter egg hunts, face painting, arts & crafts, a petting zoo and more for children to enjoy.

Royal Easter Sunday Brunch at the Queen Mary
Royal Easter Sunday Brunch | Photo: The Queen Mary, Facebook

The Queen Mary

Hop aboard the famed decks of the Queen Mary to celebrate Easter Sunday throughout the legendary ship. The Queen Mary Easter Celebration will be a Sunday Funday the entire family will enjoy, including an Easter Service at 8am, Royal Easter Sunday Brunch, Verandah Deck petting zoo, face painting, Easter-themed crafts, three Easter Egg Hunts (divided by age groups), a Bunny Bounce House atop her majesty's highest deck, and much more.

Hosted by the Easter Bunny, the all-you-can-eat Royal Easter Sunday Brunch features 50 unique dishes from around the world. Served from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., the international culinary experience includes a Breakfast Station with omelettes & waffles made to order; Sushi Station, Easter Station (pepper crusted prime rib, house-smoked brisket, baked ham), Asian Station, Italian Station, South of the Border, Market Salads, Patisserie, and the Del Mar Station, with chilled seafood displays of king crab legs, poached shrimp, oysters, smoked salmon, whole poached salmon serpentine and more.

Reservations for Sunday Brunch are available at $69 for adults ($79 with sparkling wine) and $24 for children ages 4 to 11. To make reservations and for more information on pricing, events, and hotel packages, visit queenmary.com.