The 5 Most Luxurious Places To Dine In LA On Easter Sunday

LA restaurants are pulling out all the stops for Easter Sunday. Here, we’ve rounded up the five most luxurious places to celebrate.

Circa 55 at The Beverly Hilton

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The Circa 55 at The Beverly Hilton is hosting an Easter brunch with international vibes you definitely don’t want to miss. Expect an omelet station, seafood paella, a carving and BBQ station serving up prime rib, a seafood bar dishing out West Coast oysters, Easter-themed desserts, and more.

Mastro’s Ocean Club

Mastros- Ocean-ClubPhoto Credit: Mastro’sIt just doesn’t get any better than brunch by the sea. This Easter, Mastro’s Ocean Club is going all out for the holiday with an Instagram-worthy brunch experience. Look forward to Maine lobster benedict, Belgian waffles, and ahi tuna burgers. Then wash it all down with yummy cocktails like peach bellinis or their signature Mastro’s mojitos.

The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills

The-Belvedere-The Peninsula-Berverly-HillsPhoto Credit: Dylan + JeniNevermind food, for Easter brunch and dinner, The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills boasts free flowing champagne. Now that’s what we call a celebration. In addition to bubbly, guests will enjoy a decadent meal that kicks off with appetizers such as English spring pea toast with creme fraiche, pea tendrils, and radish before moving on to main courses like fennel sausage-stuffed quail or a crusted Mediterranean sea bass.

Mar’sel at Terranea

Mar'sel-TerraneaPhoto Credit: TerraneaFor an upscale Easter brunch, make a reservation at mar’sel, nested within the sprawling seaside Terranea resort. The menu is filled with delicious options such as oatmeal frittatas, buttermilk fried chicken, buckwheat blueberry banana pancakes, and wagyu smoked brisket with poached eggs and hollandaise. In addition to brunch at mar’sel, the resort will also host a family-friendly Easter Eggstravaganza complete with a petting zoo, an egg hunt, and arts and crafts.

Mr. C Beverly Hills

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It doesn’t get more LA than a poolside brunch and that’s exactly what’s happening on Easter Sunday at Mr. C Beverly Hills. Taking place on the yacht-inspired pool deck, the brunch will feature classic Cipriani cuisine, an omelet and waffle station, a carving station, a crudo raw bar station, and a gelato stand with chocolate eggs for dessert. Guests can make it a boozy brunch by ordering bottomless bellinis or Belvedere Bloody Marys. The festive afternoon also includes music, an egg hunt, and an appearance from the Easter bunny.

 

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