Last Minute Easter Sunday Brunch, Hunts, & More in Los Angeles

Happy Easter Sunday! If you’re hoping to trade peeps for pasta on Sunday, April 21, you may be in luck. All of the restaurants below have tables available to celebrate the holiday for both brunch and dinner. If you’re making last minute Easter Day plans, check out the list, which also highlights a dish or two, desserts, whether the restaurant is all ages or best for adults, and we’ve thrown in an Easter egg hunt or two at the end. Enjoy!

Easter Sunday Brunches & Dinners

The Queen Mary The Queen Mary is offering an Easter Sunday champagne brunch on Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. In addition, the Queen Mary will have several family-friendly Easter activities from 11:00 am to 4:00pm including a petting zoo, balloon twisting, games, face painting, and an Easter Egg Hunt. Brunch is $69 for adults, and children 4-11 are $24.

Castaway– Located in Burbank, the restaurant will serve Easter Brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring honey bourbon-glazed ham, spice-rubbed leg of lamb, raw bar, charcuterie, sushi, pastry stations and other Easter treats. The brunch cost $79 per adult and $35 per child ages 5 to 12.

The SLS Hotel – Prepared by Chef José Andrés team, the brunch will feature made-to-order stations featuring breakfast classics; a carvings display with slow roasted leg of lamb and mojo sauce; a seafood spread of fresh oysters, king crab, paddlefish caviar, ceviche, smoked salmon from New York’s Russ & Daughters; and Valencia-style paella. Head Pastry Chef Mitzi Reyes will create modern Easter-themed desserts such as carrot-infused macarons, mousse “Peeps,” chocolate painted eggs and more. The Easter Bunny will be passing around treats to all the kids and endless champagne will be served to adults. The brunch cost $125 for adults and $35 for kids.

Sushi Roku – The best sushi in Pasadena? We think so! Sushi Roku will feature an Easter Brunch menu that includes Yuzu Avocado Toast, Morning Noodles, Sunny Side Eggs and more. Guests will also enjoy complimentary face painting, balloons, candy bars and a take home keepsake photo for the entire family.


Ocean Prime – Seafood lovers rejoice! Ocean Prime will offer an Easter Brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sip on Blood Orange Mimosas or their Signature Bloody Mary then dine on Crab & Eggs, Lobster Toast or Braised Short Rib Surf & Turf.

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel Air – Wolfgang Puck will serve a three-course brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Menu highlights include a spectacular seafood tower, handcrafted bloody Mary’s and an Easter-inspired dessert. Children can also explore the grounds with an egg hunt on the Front Lawn. The brunch cost $225 per person. Wowza!

The Raymond 1886 – Guests can start with a shared Family Breakfast Platter filled with fresh fruit, muffins, and homemade cinnamon roll. Then move onto mains like Lobster Benedict, Chilaquiles and Mediterranean Lamb Wrap prepared by Executive Chef Jon Hung.

KASS Wine Bar + Restaurant – A French-inspired three-course prix-fixe menu offered during brunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy Poached Egg with Californian morels and white asparagus, Smoked Salmon Macarons, Braised Lamb Shank, Chocolate Brownies with white chocolate ice cream and more. The meal cost $65 per person with an optional wine pairing supplement for $35.

The Restaurant at Mr. C –  Mr. C’s annual Poolside Easter Brunch tastes place on the yacht-inspired pool deck from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. A special buffet of Cipriani cuisine will be served including an omelet and waffle station, carving station with slow roast leg of lamb, and crudo raw bar station with an option to pair their brunch with bottomless Bellinis. Family friendley entertainment will be provided by the Angel Town Combo Band, the Easter bunny and a candy-filled egg hunt. The brunch cost $105 per person, $45 for ages 4-12, and free for ages 4 and under.

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Crustacean – The Beverly Hills hotspot will open for brunch for the first time ever! From 12 to 3, sip on unlimited Champagne cocktails and dine on Dungeness Crab Omelet with Meyer lemon aioli, Lobster Eggs on Bao “Benedict” with garlic lime hollandaise and a Saigon Braised Lamb Shank with garlic rice and spring vegetables.

Spago – The legendary Beverly Hills restaurant will celebrating Easter with a three course brunch menu from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The menu includes a champagne tincture bar, pop-up pie & bake shop and an appearance from the Easter Bunny. The brunch cost $175 per adult and $75 per child under the age of 12.

Bourbon Steak – Bourbon Steak celebrates Easter with a three-course menu that includes choices like “Bacon and Eggs” with pork belly, quail egg and shakshuka; Lobster Eggs Benedict; ‘Elvis’ French Toast with peanut butter, banana, and honey gastrique; Filet Mignon and more for $65 per person. And, of course, a signature bloody mary or two.

This contemporary Italian eatery will roll out an Easter menu inspired by the Amalfi Coast, with offerings like a housemade orecchiette with lamb ragu; black truffle, asparagus, and sausage risotto; and wood oven-roasted veal chops. Look for with Mimosas, Bellinis, and special Easter cocktails as well.

Family Friendly Hunts and More

Big Bunny’s Weekend at Spring Fling – Celebrate spring and Easter at the L.A. Zoo with many fun activities and visits from Big Bunny during two weekends in April: April 13 and 14 and April 19, 20, and 21 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Activities include seed-planting crafts, face painting, live entertainment, photo opportunities, the chance to learn about real bunnies, and much more. All activities are included with Zoo admission except photos with the “Big Bunny.”

11th Annual Easter Fest 2019Celebrate Easter in Downtown Los Angeles on Easter Sunday, April 21st from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. 20,000 eggs will be hidden (several egg hunts will happen with children grouped by age). Kids will also enjoy face painting, bounce houses, arts and crafts, music, food, and more. Admission is $6 per person (children 2 and younger are free) or $30 per family (up to 7 people). A portion of the proceeds goes to help homeless families in Skid Row.


Hornblower Cruises Easter Brunch and Supper Cruises – Celebrate Easter Sunday on a Hornblower Cruise in Marina del Rey. They are offering brunch cruises at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm as well as a dinner cruise at 5:30 pm. Brunch cruises are 2 hours in length, the dinner cruise is 3 hours, and both include entertainment photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny, and views of the Marina del Rey Harbor. Check the website for sample menus and booking information.

Spring Hoppening – Malibu Bluffs Park is the site of “Spring Hoppening” taking place on Friday, April 5th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. This special event features lots of fun including carnival games, face painting, egg hunts, food trucks, and more. You can purchase a $5 event pass or donate art supplies (such as new crayons, markers, paint brushes) and receive one complimentary event pass.

Easter Lunch Train
Celebrate Easter on a train! The Fillmore and Western Railway Company presents its Easter Lunch on Sunday, April 21st. The train departs at 12:00 pm and returns at 3:00 pm. The Easter Bunny will visit while families dine and enjoy the “scenic ride through Heritage Valley.” Reservations are required. (Check the website for the menu). Adults are $50 each, children 4-12 are $29, children 2-3 are $25, and babies 23 months and younger are free.

And last but not least…

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Trejo’s Donuts – Trejo’s has already started selling its special holiday donuts for a $2.50 a pop, including the Chicki Linda, a yellow buttermilk-glazed chick-themed treat filled with horchata pastry cream; and the Sweet Eggscape, a shredded-coconut topped donut made to look like a nest with little malted eggs in the middle. Open 7am to 4pm.

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