The Top 5 Easter Brunches in Los Angeles

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If you’re searching for the ideal spot to brunch on Easter Sunday, look no further. We’ve discovered the top 5 spots in Los Angeles to enjoy a haute Easter brunch. Unsurprisingly, eggs do dominate the menu. So are you ready to go Easter egg hunting….with mimosas?

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1 Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air

Master Chef Wolfgang Puck and Executive Chef Hugo Bolanos have created an epic Easter celebration at Hotel Bel-Air. On Easter Sunday, a three course prix-fixe brunch menu will be prepared, with selections including Old Fashioned Ricotta-Meyer Lemon Blintzes with strawberry compote; Campania Artichoke Tortelloni Pasta with mascarpone and marjoram; and The H.B.A “Benedict” with poached organic eggs served on a white cheddar biscuit with maple hollandaise.
701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles, CA‎, 90077 (310) 472-1211‎

2 Culina

Culina's Sunday brunch is one of our favorites, and this Easter, the fare gets even more fantastic (if that's possible). Whether you take your eggs scrambled, over easy, or even made out of chocolate you’ll find everything you could want at the eatery located within the Four Seasons Beverly Hills, and more. Choose from a number of egg-centric offerings such as Lobster Eggs Benedict and custom-made omelets, as well as roasted ham, Sonoma lamb, Belgium waffles, seafood and farm-to-table salads. Mimosas or Bloody Marys from the do-it-yourself bar are sure to put a hop in your step, as will house made doughnuts, gelato, cupcakes and candy-covered, chocolate-dipped skewers. Haute!
300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (310) 860-4000

3 Tres by Jose Andres

Master Chef Jose Andres invites friends and family to celebrate Easter with a special brunch spread at Tres. The Easter Brunch Table is an extravagant buffet that includes a carving display of Roasted Beef Rib Eye with sides like Duck Confit Hash with eggs, a caviar station, Greek Yogurt Parfaits and assorted desserts and pastries from The Patisserie, along with coffee, tea and juice. Guests can upgrade to the Easter Brunch Experience that includes the Brunch Table offerings plus one a la carte item from the regular brunch menu (which you may view online) and a cava mimosa.
465 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (310) 246-5551

4 Fig & Olive

This Easter Sunday, brunch-goers can dine on an artisan three-course brunch at West Hollywood’s premier olive oil oasis, Fig & Olive Melrose Place. Executive Chef Pascal Lorange offers a spread of Provençal brunch favorites—Vegetable Quiche, Fig Gorgonzola Tartlet, Asparagus and Goat Cheese French Omelet—alongside rustic Easter entrées—Roasted Rack of Lamb, Provence Roast Chicken, and Riviera Salmon. Complete the meal on a sweet note, with Fig & Olive's Chocolate Cake.
8490 Melrose Pl, West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 360-9100

5 The Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel

You'll adore the East brunch menu at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The Pink Palace, a standard brunch favorite in LA, is the ideal place to sport your pastel-hued Easter attire over dishes like Grilled Jumbo Asparagus with Poached Egg; Dungeness Crab Omelet with Sun-Dried Tomato; and Parsley Tagliatelle with Frost-Kissed Artichokes.
9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 276 2251
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