15 Best Restaurants For Easter Brunch In Los Angeles

Easter brunch is a holiday staple in Los Angeles. Regardless of if you use the holiday to honor your religion or you simply enjoy the excuse to gather with your family over pastel colors and great food, there's no better way to spend this special Sunday than with an Easter feast. From oceanside French toast to eggs Benedict in Beverly Hills, LA has tons of upscale restaurants that host epic spreads for Easter brunch. While many spots do a classic buffet-style brunch, some stick to coursed meals or a la carte ordering.

That said, many Easter brunch offerings are priced per person, and reservations are pretty much required at most spots. Whether you're gathering with a group of adults for a boozy brunch or celebrating with the entire family, it's best to plan ahead as much as possible and secure your spot. Thankfully, we've rounded up some of the best places for Easter brunch in LA.


This restaurant off the Pacific Coast Highway is serving up some great Easter meals. On Easter morning, Geoffrey's is serving its traditional three-course holiday brunch complete with its iconic ocean view. During the refreshing first course, guests will choose between an açaí sorbet, a chilled honeydew melon and mint soup, a carrot ginger soup, a variety of salads, braised beef belly, or a sautéed crab cake.

The second and main course offers a robust menu of new spins on brunch classics like Geoffrey's prosciutto Benedict and quiche Lorraine. If you're in the mood to enjoy seafood by the seaside, you can opt for the grilled ahi salad, pan-seared day boat scallops, or herb-crusted salmon. You can also go for the vegan-friendly option of miso braised tofu. However, if you want something meaty and classic, you can opt for the chicken piccata or the grilled filet mignon. Geoffrey's third Easter brunch course leaves things on a light, spring-inspired note, with dessert options like key lime mousse, raspberry cheesecake, and chocolate hazelnut crunch bars.

1 Pico at Shutters On the Beach

This breezy, blue, and white brunch spot is the perfect destination for an upscale Easter brunch. 1 Pico seeks to embody the thoughtful sourcing, global influence, and innovative flavors that define coastal Californian cuisine, and this ethos shapes its Easter menu. For an appetizer, guests can choose between a variety of light bites ranging from baked Kumamoto oysters to scallop carpaccio to Okinawan sweet potato hummus.

The decadent main course is composed of mouthwatering umami dishes like black truffle Chitara carbonara, steak and eggs, branzino, vegan frittata, and a Benedict bar. Finally, dessert options include a sunny mango sorbet, a decadent caramel chocolate tart, and the perfect homage to the Easter bunny — carrot cake. 1 Pico will also ensure that all guests remain refreshed — it will be offering a generous selection of specialty cocktails, wines, Champagne, and non-alcoholic beverages.


Hop into spring with Redbird's persistently playful take on American classics at its upcoming Easter brunch. The first course sets the tone of the menu, with a choice of nostalgic cinnamon crunch french toast, bright tangerine beets, sweet and savory white asparagus with smoked eel, scrumptious spring-inspired Harry's berries tartine, or Redbird's unique take on a jammy scotch egg. The main course keeps up this innovative energy, with choices of spicy and decadent congee porridge, light spring pea cavatelli with truffle butter, hearty king salmon, artichoke frittata, and Basque baked eggs with short rib and morcilla sausage.

The meal will be served alongside a featured selection of Champagnes and white wines, perfectly paired with the light fare on the menu. The Redbird crew is also here to ensure that your little ones are happy on Easter morning; kids can choose between soft scrambled eggs with toast, cavatelli pasta with mascarpone parmesan butter, or classic crowd-pleasing chicken tenders.

Circa 55

Located at the iconic Beverly Hilton, Circa 55 is hosting an Easter Brunch buffet fit for royalty. The experience is set to last all day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and costs $120 per person and $45 for children. Enjoy views of the mid-century-style pool and atmosphere as you indulge in all of your classic brunch favorites with a mimosa in hand.

From eggs Benedict to a "Build Your Own" omelet station, expect to find a mix of traditional dishes and more modern fare. The leg of lamb carving station is sure to be a hit, but guests who prefer seafood will love the sushi station. For dessert, indulge in a selection of breakfast pastries and hand-crafted desserts ranging from Viennese confections to decadent bread pudding.

Baltaire Restaurant

This Brentwood steakhouse is a Los Angeles staple dedicated to bringing the highest-quality fare to the table. The food is framed by mid-century modern decor, which emphasizes Baltaire's unique blend of classic roots and contemporary sensibilities. Its Easter brunch menu stays true to its lavish reputation, and guests are treated to a luxurious buffet spread. There will be a seafood raw bar stocked with the chef's selection of market fish, accompanied by an assortment of sushi.

The Baltaire team will also be cooking up classic brunch staples like french toast, eggs Benedict, shakshuka, chilaquiles, scrambled eggs, Nueske bacon, sausage, and crispy potatoes. Guests can head over to the carving board for a slice of tender prime rib, honey-glazed ham, or roasted salmon. You can add some green to your plate with staples like a wedge salad, Greek salad, and roasted broccolini. Of course, guests can satisfy their sweet tooth with a full spread of freshly baked pastries and cakes.


Yardbird has made it its mission to perfect indulgent American classics and crowd-pleasing bourbon cocktails, making it the ideal spot to bring the family together for Easter brunch. On Easter morning, the star of the show will be Yardbird's strawberry rhubarb shortcakes, built with sugared buttermilk biscuits, strawberry rhubarb compote, and whipped mascarpone. The all-American dessert will be served alongside the restaurant's brunch menu.

Unsurprisingly, the chicken and waffles is a must-try for meat eaters — honey hot sauce, chilled spiced watermelon, a waffle flavored with Vermont sharp cheddar cheese, and bourbon maple syrup ensure that it's unlike any plate of chicken and waffles you've had before. You can wash it all down with one of Yardbird's cocktails, including the Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade, Watermelon Sling, Yardbird old-fashioned, and Penicillin, all of which are house favorites.

Culina Restaurant at The Four Seasons

Culina is pulling out all the stops for its Easter buffet. Not only is this spot serving up a full brunch spread — it's hosting an Easter Egg Hunt and the Easter Bunny to boot. After the egg hunt wraps up, the Culina team will be dishing up made-to-order eggs and omelets. Guests will also enjoy fluffy vanilla Belgium waffles, specialty pastries, petite carrot cakes, house-made donuts, and made-to-order cotton candy.

If you're in search of more substantial fare, you can snag some California cheeses or stop by the seafood spread for sushi, nigiri, oysters, shrimp cocktail, and more. And, as a restaurant that specializes in putting modern twists on classic Italian dishes, it's no surprise that you can indulge in entrées such as braised beef short ribs, chicken with creamy marsala sauce, seared branzino, and artichoke and ricotta ravioli, or that you can round out your brunch with a scoop of gelato.

Jean-Georges Beverly Hills

Chef Jean-Georges will be crafting a decadent Easter brunch fit for the beloved Jean-Georges Beverly Hills restaurant. Brunch will be held in the bright, spacious Astor Ballroom, which will also host an indoor Easter egg hunt for kids 12 years old and under. The seafood selection will include a gourmet crustacean station complete with fresh oysters, lobster, crab, and shrimp cocktails, as well as a sushi station. Basically, all of the elevated and luxe favorites will be accounted for.

Easter brunch wouldn't be complete without a carving station, which will serve slices of tomahawk steak, chicken, lamb, and yakitori skewers. If guests still aren't satiated, there will also be ham, pasta, salad, soup, and crudité stations. The dessert selection will be similarly abundant, with a selection of tarts, cakes, crepes, macaroons, bonbons, and ice cream. And, you can sip on selections from the Bloody Mary and mimosa bar, or broaden your options at the open bar, which will offer mixed cocktails, wine, and beer.


On April 9, head to Castaway to enjoy its breathtaking panoramic views and belly-filling four-course brunch menu. The first course will be served up family-style, with a platter featuring a chilled seafood selection, charcuterie board, and applewood smoked country ham. During the second course, diners will dig into a baby kale and strawberry salad.

For the third course, each guest will choose between a crab cake Benedict, steak and eggs Benedict (prepared with either filet mignon or New York strip steak), lobster Benedict, fried chicken and waffles, french toast, wild mushroom pappardelle pasta, Icelandic salmon, or Chilean sea bass. Finally, for the fourth and final course, the table will split Castaway's show-stopping dessert platter, complete with crème brûlée, easter eggs, carrot cake with buttercream and caramel rum sauce, dulce de leche cream puffs, strawberry semifreddo, and more. For an additional $30, guests can sip on bottomless mimosas for all four courses, with flavors including dragonfruit watermelon, cucumber mint, lavender lemonade, and classic orange.

Inn of the Seventh Ray

Tucked into Topanga Canyon, the Inn of the Seventh Ray is known for its romantic ambiance and its idyllic setting, making it the perfect place to celebrate the return of spring. An Easter egg hunt will be held in the restaurant's neighboring creek all day long, where little ones can search for Easter eggs that are naturally dyed with red and yellow onion skins and red beets.

The brunch will provide a host of food stations, including seafood, salad, soup, fruit, bagel, waffle, pastry, and dessert bars. If guests still aren't satiated, they can indulge in traditional main courses, such as eggs Benedict with duck bacon; chipotle barbecue chicken; roasted yellowtail with preserved lemon and tarragon beurre blanc sauce; and a roasted leg of lamb with yams and rosemary lamb jus. The Inn will also be offering vegetarian main courses, including vegan duck stir fry, rigatoni with tomato and artichoke puttanesca, and an herbed quiche with asparagus, broccoli, and bell pepper.

FIG Restaurant

At a standard FIG brunch at the Fairmont Miramar, diners can splurge for the "kegs and eggs" option, pairing any dish with bottomless sangria or draft beer. Fixings include brunch classics like eggs Benedict, breakfast burritos, chilaquiles, and vegetable grain bowls. FIG also keeps diners on their toes with twists on staple dishes, such as its fried chicken and sweet potato waffle, served with bacon, candied yams, sage, and maple powder. You can also enjoy one of FIG's wood-fired pizzas—at brunch, they offer the staple Margherita, and the brunch fest pizza, topped with bacon, sausage, crème fraîche, baked egg, and smoked mozzarella.

However, this Easter, FIG is also hosting a special Afternoon Tea Service, according to Jordan Robinson, who works for the PR firm that represents FIG. This is a ticketed event that the whole family will enjoy. In addition to some traditional teas, guests will also be able to snack on small treats like finger sandwiches and savory crab rolls.

Esterel Los Angeles

With a combination of entertainment and show-stopping food, Esterel is shaped its by love for the city of Los Angeles. Its garden patio is the perfect place to soak in the spring sun, and its snug booths are the ideal venue to reconnect with loved ones. On April 9, the restaurant will be hosting an all-you-can-eat buffet complete with Easter brunch staples.

The spread will include braised short rib, grain mustard roasted pork loin, shrimp, black mussels, and chorizo paella, lobster truffle mac and cheese, garlic roasted Brussels sprouts, and plenty more. End your meal with tasty desserts like macaroons, mousses, and assorted mini pastries. The cost of entry will include a complimentary welcome mimosa, and guests can sip on Easter-exclusive craft cocktails like Esterel's famous Faberge Egg, crafted with Seville orange, peach Bellinis, and white sangria.

Sparrow DTLA

While stepping into Sparrow, Angelenos are whisked to the Italian coast. Its menu of Mediterranean classics is framed by high ceilings, velvet-draped arches, illuminating chandeliers, deep wood floors, and tasteful tile work. But, the ambiance won't distract from the fresh brunch menu. At Sparrow, Italian staples like pizza aren't relegated to lunch and dinner — during brunch, the restaurant's wood-fired oven continues to cook up Margherita pies and Sparrow's carbonara pizza, topped with crispy turkey bacon, egg, mozzarella, Parmigiano, black pepper, and arugula.

Brunch guests can also enjoy a selection of pasta including gnocchi with tomato, ricotta, and mozzarella, or spaghetti with shrimp, clams, mussels, white wine, and lemon. There is also a decadent radiatore pasta that is made with pistachio pesto, grana padano, mascarpone, and arugula. Diners craving something sweeter can opt for lemon ricotta pancakes, a Nutella and berry piadina sandwich, or Sparrow's tiramisu waffle. Or if guests crave more traditional brunch fare, they can order a Caprese omelet, focaccia panini, crab cake Benedict, or roasted tomato and truffle avocado toast.

Carbon Beach Club at The Malibu Beach Inn

The Malibu Beach Inn is one of the nicest hotels in LA's most picturesque beach town. This breathtaking restaurant sits right on the sand, giving guests an unbeatable view of the crashing waves and iconic Malibu Pier. Even if you aren't a guest of the hotel, make a reservation for Easter Brunch at the on-site Carbon Beach Club and indulge in a three-course pre-fixe menu. The brunch menu on its own is $105 per person, but for only $30, you can add the wine pairing for the ultimate dining experience.

The first course features light options ranging from watermelon ceviche to a chilled pea soup with lobster. For the main course, choose between a classic eggs Benedict, a Nicoise salad, smoked salmon avocado toast, and a truffle butter steak frites. Dessert options include strawberry shortcake, creme brûlée, lemon meringue, and an energizing affogato.

Terrezza Lounge at Hotel Casa Del Mar

When searching for an Easter brunch, it's hard to find a better place to soak in the sun and the sea than Hotel Casa Del Mar's Terrezza Lounge. For $125 a person, Terrezza will be serving a three-course brunch menu that is sure to satisfy your whole party.

The first course is a homage to the spring and the seaside, with a choice between oysters and pearls topped with caviar and citrus mignonette, fresh crudo, a house-cured salmon gravlax flatbread, a salad topped with midnight moon cheese, crisp grains, candied kumquats, and raspberry vinaigrette, or lemon ricotta pancakes. During the entrée course, offerings include crab cake eggs Benedict, house-cured wagyu brisket hash, ribeye with potatoes and salad, dry-aged branzino, and chiocciole pasta topped with black truffle and a vegetable ragout. During the third course, guests will indulge in rich chocolate molten cake, light coconut pannacotta, or carrot cake, which is a beloved Easter staple.