9 SD Easter Brunches to Don Your Best Pastels

One of Our Favorite Things About Easter is the Food and Traditions it Brings

Written By: Kayli Craig and Jen Klotz

For Easter Sunday this weekend, guests can celebrate around the city with delicious classic brunch options or a delightful festive dinner with loved ones. Here are some of the special offerings we rounded up for the holiday. Spend the weekend dressed up and smiling with endless mimosas, Easter egg hunts and brunch menus that are mind blowing. There are plenty of places to celebrate in style for the holiday. Pick from this list for a guaranteed good time.

Grub in the Gaslamp

Hop on over to Provisional at Pendry San Diego from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to indulge in their Easter brunch specials. Prices are $49 for adults to enjoy and $15 for children ages 3-12. There will be waffle, crepe and craving stations, plus a seafood bar and a healthy bar if you can’t spare a cheat day. Make your reservation ASAP for a delicious brunch so the whole family can enjoy.

550 J St
San Diego, CA 92101


Sit Pre-tea at The Westgate Hotel


Join The Westgate Hotel for a weekend full of exciting Easter activities! The extravaganza kicks off with their annual Easter Bunny Teas Friday and Saturday and deliciously ends Sunday with the Champagne Brunch. Tickets for the Easter Bunny Teas and Easter egg hunt are $50 for adults and $35 for children 12 and under and include sweet treats like kid-friendly petit-fours and mini pastries paired with traditional European tea. A magic show accompanies the egg hunt and an appearance from Peter Cottontail himself. Easter Brunch is $89 for adults and $35 for children 12 and under and includes seafood and a carving station, face painting for the kids and another visit from the Easter Bunny.

1055 Second Ave
San Diego, CA 92101


Hop Over to the Dockside

This brunch is for real. Hop on over to Decoy Dockside this Easter for a day of brunch, egg hunts, live music and more! For $60 plus $5 for free-flowing sparkling wine (adults only) and $18 for children under 12, your morning here will absolutely delight. Satisfy those taste buds with sweet and savory breakfast favorites like made-to-order omelets, a spring salad station, a chilled seafood display, hand-carved meats, and a decadent dessert bar. It’s lake glamping meets modern brunch.

1025 La Bonita Dr
San Marcos

Hunt for Eggs Bay Side


Spend a weekend at The Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa for the perfect Easter weekend. With a view of Mission Bay, live piano and a bay cruise, you couldn’t spend your Easter Sunday brunch anywhere better than the resort’s upstairs ballroom. Pick from breakfast favorites at $56 per adult and $25 for children 5-11 years old 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 1. With your purchased ticket, you will also receive a complimentary Easter cruise around Mission Bay. Don’t fret, the Easter Bunny will be on site and children can also participate in a favorite tradition — an egg hunt.

3999 Mission Blvd
San Diego


Be a Winner at Harrah’s Resort SoCal


Consider yourself lucky to dine at Harrah’s  Resort Southern California for Easter brunch. Indulge in a feast for all your senses at the Buffet! Sample a tasting from around the globe with freshly grilled meats and sausages, fresh salad and seafood made with the finest ingredients. The finale features a gelato bar and an assortment of cakes and confections. The usual Saturday and Sunday brunch price is $36. Everyone will be a winner at this awesome brunch!

777 Harrah’s Rincon Way
Funner, CA 92082


This Brunch is Eggs-actly What You Need


There is nothing better than Easter by the sea so get a reservation for brunch at the gorgeous L’Auberge Del Mar. You’ll find beloved eggs benedict and omelette stations, local cheeses and farm-sourced salads created by Chef Nathan Lingle. Other standout menu items include Bass Ceviche, Lamb Shank with pecorino polenta and capanata and Vanilla Nest Cupcakes as a sweet treat. This Easter, enjoy three seating times at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.

1540 Camino Del Mar
Del Mar, CA 92014


Go Bottomless at Florent


Executive Chef Abe Botello at Florent Restaurant & Lounge is preparing a delicious Easter brunch! Enjoy the duck fat infused waffle flight or choose the $15 bottomless mimosas deal—either way, you’ll be begging to come back to this spot again next holiday.

672 5th Ave
San Diego


Surf’s Up, Easter Bunny


A beachfront view at Jake’s Del Mar sets the perfect scene for an even more perfect Easter Sunday. Banana Foster French toast, Braised Beef Hash, and Macadamia Nut Crusted Fish are just a few of the delicious dishes to chose from. And don’t forget to order a glass of champagne, a pink grapefruit Martini or Duke’s Mai Tai.

1660 Coast Blvd
Del Mar


AVANT to Eat This Brunch

Celebrate Easter at Rancho Bernardo Inn with a variety of festivities for all ages. Join for brunch at Rancho Bernardo Inn’s restaurant, AVANT, on Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for a special brunch buffet to celebrate Easter! For $79 per adult, choose from an array of brunch beginnings, savory seconds and sweet treats. The hotel’s Veranda will also be offering brunch buffet specials for $72 per person, along with an option to add on bottomless mimosas for $14.

17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr
San Diego

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If the sun is out, so is Kayli. She loves sunny days and the beach, especially with her two dogs cruising along with her. She is the youngest of four daughters who are often called the "Craigdashians." She enjoys cooking and gardening, although some may argue she should pick up a different hobby. She is completing her last semester as a Journalism student at CSUF.


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