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Easter Sunday Brunch at The Hungry Cat, Tanzy, Salt’s Cure, & more.

Easter is one of my favorite holidays for one simple reason: Sunday brunch. All over Los Angeles, some of our finest restaurants are having brunch specials. Whether you’re looking for family dining buffet style or bloody mary bliss, here’s some of the best around town.

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The Bellwether, Studio City – The Bellwether will serve brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., along with a lamb hash with eggs, pickled green garlic and salsa verde.

The BLVD at the Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills –  A special menu priced at $65 per person, including a dessert buffet. Highlights include house-cured gravlax, duck confit hash and braised lamb shanks. The bottomless mimosa bar is $25 per person. The hotel will also have chocolate and marshmallow Easter eggs for $45 each and egg cartons with treats for $30.

Carbon Beach Club at Malibu Inn, Malibu – A three-course menu priced at $75, available all day. Highlights include asparagus soup; seafood cocktail; brioche French toast and leg of lamb with mint pesto.

Cast & Plow at Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey – There’s a build-your-own bunny corner for kids, plus those views of the boats bobbing in the marina. $80 for adults, $40 for kids

Culina at The Four Seasons, Beverly Hills – There will be an Alaskan king crab station; Belgian waffles; dim sum; sushi; cheese blintzes; Cornish game hen and a chocolate and candy dessert station. There will also be Easter egg hunts at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. in the hotel’s Wetherly Garden. Brunch is priced at $119 per adult, $59 for children age 5 to 12 and complimentary for children four and under.

Edendale, Silver Lake – Edendale will serve their regular brunch menu from 10am – 3pm and will host an adult Easter egg hunt on the back patio beginning at 3pm.

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The District by Hannah An, Beverly Grove – Easter Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will also be a cocktail Easter egg hunt for a golden egg. (If you order the Fizzy Bunny cocktail and find a golden egg, you’ll receive VIP bottle service for six guests at a special live music night called District Live with Billboard and the Hollywood Reporter, as well as VIP floor seats to a Los Angeles Clippers game.)

Fig & Olive, Downtown – Offering a three course meal for only $40. Seasonal-forward dishes, like carrot and thyme soup, Riviera salmon and vegetarian quiche.

The Front Yard, North Hollywood – Buffet-style Easter meals from 11am-3pm, filled with carved ham, shrimp and grits, prime rib, eggs Benedict and other delectable offerings. $44 per adult and $19 per child.

The Hungry Cat, Santa Monica and Hollywood – Price a la carte. Dishes include: Crab cake Benedicts, chicken and waffles, blueberry and ricotta pancakes and Maine lobster omelets are all solid options, smoked trout rillettes and ham hock hash.

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Le Petit Paris, Downtown – This gorgeous downtown restaurant will serve a prix-fixe three-course menu priced at $55 per person. The menu includes egg cocotte, parsley-crusted lamb chop and a chocolate bird’s nest for dessert.

Pacific Dining Car, Downtown and Santa Monica – At the historic Pacific Dining Car restaurant (DTLA and SaMo locations) their Executive Chef has prepared a very special Easter feast for you and yours.

Ray’s and Stark Bar, Miracle Mile – This restaurant and bar located at LACMA ill be serving an a la carte brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Restaurant at Mr. C Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills – Maybe the priciest option on this list, but definitely worth it. The Restaurant will have a Venetian-style Easter buffet at the Restaurant at Mr. C with live music and a mini Easter egg hunt. Brunch is priced at $105 per adult and $49 for children age four to 12. Bottomless bellinis are $30 per person.

Salt’s Cure, Hollywood – Salt’s Cure is serving their delicious brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring Aperol cream sodas and mimosas while you wait for a table. For dinner, a special Easter leg of lamb roast.

Sotto, Pico-Robertson – Sotto will have its regular menu available, along with a roasted whole lamb, Sicilian Easter soup, and special gin cocktail Mr. Blue Sky.

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Tanzy, Westwood – Tanzy will have a Bloody Mary bar, along with brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Taste on Melrose, West Hollywood – Taste will host an adult Easter egg hunt with cocktail tickets and a free dinner for two among the prizes.

Tres by José Andrés, Beverly Hills – $70 for adults; $35 for kids. 11 AM to 3:30 PM. There are multiple dining stations including a caviar display, carving tables with roast beef and rack of lamb, and an endless supply of mini desserts.

Viviane, Beverly Hills – The Avalon Hotel eatery is serving a three-course prix-fixe menu that includes soft scrambled farm eggs; lemon ricotta pancakes; roasted leg of lamb; poached duck eggs and a chocoltae hazelnut torte. The menu is $56 per person.

Enjoy!

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