Fleming’s Beverly Hills
Tonight Fleming’s and Duckhorn Wine Company present a five-course feast featuring hand-selected Napa Valley wine pairings. This special dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. with yellow tail and apple roulade paired with Duckhorn Sauvignon Blanc. Duckhorn Migration Pinot Noir will accompany the second course of a deconstructed Fleming’s salad. Seared scallops are accompanied with a glass of Duckhorn Merlot. The main course includes a center cut Ribeye paired with a glass of Duckhorn Cabernet. End the dinner with a Fleming’s house made candy bar paired with a Duckhorn Paraduxx Zinfandel. The dinner is $95 per guest. 252 N. Beverly Dr. (310)278-8710.
Wolfgang Puck at The Hotel Bel-Air
Today at 3:30pm, Executive Pastry Chef Cassie Ballard will lead a fun-filled egg decorating class for children of all ages. The cost of the class is $45 and reservations are required. 701 Stone Canyon Rd. (310)909-1663 or Email email@example.com
For Easter Sunday, listen to live classical Mexican guitarists at Rick Bayless’ restaurant on Melrose Avenue. The prix-fixe brunch menu for two includes a shared guacamole starter and access to the dessert table, as well as a champagne margarita and brunch entrée items for each diner at $75 a couple. Brunch is offered from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 8155 Melrose Ave (323)655-5009.
Fig & Olive
Prix Fixe Easter Brunch for $45 includes bread and viennoiseries with a choice of appetizers, main course dishes and carrot cake for dessert. Some of the entrees include crab Benedict, Provençal lamb, and flounder a la Plancha. Easter Brunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 8490 Melrose Place (310)360-9100.
Enjoy brunch outside in a covered patio on Easter Sunday. The Northern Italian destination offers a seasonal menu that includes asparagus & black truffle Benedict for brunch or a mustard & herb-roasted Sonoma Valley lamb chop. They will also serve a classic Easter Italian tart, Pastiera. 8764 Melrose Ave. (310)432-2000
Café del Rey
Perched along the docks in Marina del Rey, Caé del Rey offers an Easter Brunch menu for families by Executive Chef Daniel Roberts for $42 per person. Start with dishes such as English Pea Agnolotti or Dungeness crab cakes, followed by entrées such as eggs Florentine, Gyro lamb burger, or basted salmon. Finish with a Grand Marnier crepe. Bottomless sparkling wine, mimosa, or sparkling cider is included. The family-focused restaurant will also offer a chocolate fountain and a coloring contest for children. Brunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4451 Admiralty Way (310)823-6395.
Join Gladstones for Easter Brunch and indulge in a delectable buffet at the beach. Items include baked Virginia ham with pineapple raisin glaze, bananas Foster French toast, lump crab and spinach quiche and house smoked whole king salmon for $39.95 per adult, $19.95 for kids 12 and under. The Easter Bunny will make his appearance. Bottomless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas are $15 with brunch purchase. 17300 Pacific Coast Hwy. (310)454-3474.
Golden Road Brewing
On Easter, The Pub is hosting Deschutes for an eggs-tra hoppy afternoon for beer lovers and their kin. While munchkins are busy scouring the lawn for candy-filled eggs, those of age can partake in a Golden Road & Deschutes “Growler Hunt” or gather around Deschutes’ traveling beer barrel (with an egg-like resemblance) “Woody”, for $7 pints and $8 specialty flights. The festivities begin at 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. 5410 W. San Fernando Rd. (213)373-4677
El Cid Flamenco Easter
The Arte Y Pureza Flamenco show, known for some of the best flamenco performers in Los Angeles will perform at El Cid. Brunch includes a Spanish potato omelet (tortilla Espanolla), tofu scramble, chiliquillas or asada bravas with egg. Brunch is $25 per person and starts at 12 p.m. Bottomless mimosas or sangrias are an additional $10. The show starts at 1 p.m. 4212 Sunset Blvd. (323)668-0318.
Public Kitchen & Bar
A special Sunday Brunch includes a selection of customized omelet and Prime Rib carving stations. Guests can graze over colorful spreads of crudités, fresh pastries and charcuterie tables. Other buffet options include a slow roasted lamb leg, crab Benedict with housemade macaroni & cheese and roasted root vegetables. A selection of Champagne Aqua Frescas Mimosas is available at $10. The brunch is $42 per person. 7000 Hollywood Blvd. (323)769-8888.
Cooking with Fabio on Easter
Start Easter with an 11 a.m. cooking class with Top Chef’s favorite, Fabio Viviana at his Firenze Osteria restaurant in Toluca Lake. The class is $55 per person for a delightful Easter lunch. 5212 Lankershim Blvd. (818)760-7081
Enjoy a Mexican Easter brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to celebrate Pascua. The egg-centric breakfast includes TR Benedict and huevos Divorciados. The seared Ahi entrée is served with sweet potato hash and poached eggs. There will be bottomless mimosas or try the prickly pear Bellini. 616 N. Robertson Blvd. (310) 657-9888.
Easter at WP24 Restaurant & Lounge
WP24 Restaurant and Lounge welcomes guests for Easter dinner in the fine dining room. Guests will enjoy a stunning panoramic view of Los Angeles and a four-course prix fixe menu for $70 per person. Menu items include Szechuan-style chicken “Dan Dan” dumplings, honey drizzled BBQ pork buns, and “Singapore Style” chili prawns with spicy blue crab sauce and pickled ginger. The Easter prix fixe menu will be served from 5:30 p.m. -9:00 p.m. 900 W Olympic Blvd (213)743-8824.
Susan Feniger’s STREET
Celebrate Easter with a global interpretation of egg dishes. Susan and Kajsa Alger will prepare a Spring carrot soufflé with goat cheese and a linguine carbonara with crawfish. Finish with Mandarin tangerines with a ginger crème anglaise. 742 N Highland. (323)203-0500.
LA Market Restaurant
Situated on the lobby level of the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE is a California-inspired Easter menu. Highlights of the four-course prix fixe menu include poached lobster with Japanese tomato, spring onion, avocado and lime; rooftop herb crusted double lamb chop with green peas, morel mushrooms, cipollini onion and jus. Finish with a caramel pot de crème with sea salt or an orange sorbet with a small French cake. The Easter menu will be served starting at 11 a.m. this Sunday. 900 W Olympic Blvd (213)765-8630.
The Resurrection Burger is now being served with a blend of ground beef and lamb. It’s topped with goat cheese and candied pecan spread and covered with a pure light Amber honey with baby greens and sliced Granny Smith apples. This burger is served on a honey wheat bun for $13.95. 61 N Raymond Ave (626)765-9700.
Easter brunch begins at 10 a.m. inside the Four Seasons Beverly Hills. Celebrate with the whole family and enjoy from a selection of Asian dim sum, fine matured California cheeses, made-to-order omelets and seasonal findings from the local farmers’ markets. Enjoy savory desserts including coconut and pineapple cake, lemon ricotta cheesecake and cream cheese chocolate brownies. The children’s buffet will offer a variety of favorites, and the Candy Factory. The brunch is $95 per adult and $47 per child 5-12 years old; complimentary for children 4 and under. 300 S. Doheny Dr. (310)860-4000
Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
A three-course brunch includes a glass of champagne or Bloody Mary. It starts at 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $120 per person for adults and $60 per child under 9 years-old. Master Chef Wolfgang Puck has created an Easter celebration for the entire family to include Maryland blue crabcakes; Spring salad with Easter egg radishes, tangerines, smoked Marcona almonds and ice wine vinaigrette; blueberry buttermilk pancakes; and a dessert station featuring some of the restaurants finest and seasonal treats There will be an Easter egg hunt with fun prizes, candy and a visit from the Easter Bunny at 2:00pm. 701 Stone Canyon (310) 909-1644.
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