Where to Get Easter Brunch in L.A. This Year

Hop on over to try these on-site and take-home brunch options

Easter is coming up this weekend–and for many families it may be the first holiday they’ve safely been able to celebrate together in a long time. Even those who don’t celebrate may be feeling a sense of renewal and rebirth after such a difficult year. To mark the occasion, many L.A. restaurants are offering special Easter brunch menus for dine-in and to-go.

Bourbon Steak

Bourbon Steak is offering a three-course prix-fixe brunch for those who want to dine at the Glendale restaurant, either on the patio or indoors. Dishes include an array of savory and sweet dishes–including steak, of course. For those who prefer to dine at home, a special Easter roast package is available, with a choice of prime rib or lamb. michaelmina.net

Gasolina Cafe

Enjoy a Spanish-accented Easter brunch at Gasolina Cafe. A three-course menu includes gazpacho, an omelet (chorizo or spring vegetable), and a plate of “Spanish French toast” with berries. Sip on a mimosa-like drink made with cava and tangerine juice. gasolinacafe.com

Milo & Olive

Pick up everything you need to celebrate at Milo & Olive’s special Easter market. You’ll be able to shop pre-prepped Easter baskets, get special home goods from Heather Taylor Home, and stock up on seasonal treats including carrot cake and hot cross buns. miloandolive.com.

Vespertine & Destroyer

Vespertine is offering decadent brunch boxes to celebrate Easter, including luxurious takes on blueberry parfait and avocado toast, plus oven-roasted eggs with black truffle, raclette cheese, and caramelized onions. More casual offshoot Destroyer will offer Easter egg-esque croissant sandwiches in pastel colors, stuffed with sophisticated fruit fillings. vespertine.la and destroyer.la.

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Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

An L.A. classic, Du-Par’s Easter menu is available for take-out or dine-in from April 1 to 4. Dine on bourbon-glazed ham or salmon, asparagus, pie, and more. The full a la carte menu is also available. dupars.com.

1 Pico

Book a table in the elegant courtyard dining space of 1 Pico, the upscale restaurant at Shutters on the Beach, to enjoy a three-course set-menu Easter brunch. Dishes include Maine lobster Benedict, Wagyu beef filet with fried farm eggs, and more. shuttersonthebeach.com


AKASHA is offering Easter brunch takeout openings including quiche, brisket hash, and an array of house-baked pastries. Easter dinner options are also available, either a la carte or as a complete meal kit. They’ll also have plenty of artisan chocolates and locally made treats available to stuff your baskets. Check out their website for more. 310-845-1700, akasharestaurant.com.


Santa Monica cocktail and taco spot Lanea is celebrating Easter with all-you-can-eat breakfast and brunch tacos for those who join for on-site dining. Select your fill of egg, meat, and vegetarian options and pair with a mimosa or margarita flight. Cocktails and food are also available for delivery or take-away, but the bottomless taco offer obviously doesn’t apply. gotolanea.com.

Beverly Hilton

There’s something for every-bunny on the Easter menu at the Beverly Hilton. The hotel’s restaurant has an array of shared plates, Benedicts, salads, sandwiches, and breakfast dishes. For on-site diners, a bottomless mimosa cart will make its way around the poolside patio. beverlyhilton.com.

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