Big List of Easter Specials From San Diego Restaurants

Whether you’re looking to get out for Easter brunch or want to take it easy by getting it to-go, San Diego’s restaurants have awesome specials for your Easter celebration!

We’ll be updating this post as more specials cross our desk, so check back often!

Dine-in Options

Herb & Sea

This Easter, bring your loved ones to Herb & Sea to enjoy the coastal ambiance and a three-course menu crafted by Executive Chef Aidan Owens.

Start the day off with a bread service of fresh Blueberry Danish to share with family and friends.

First course includes your choice of Salmon Toast with boursin, arugula, fried capers, hard-boiled egg, Peaches & Greens with black apple vinaigrette, goat cheese, walnut, Bruleed Brie with poached quince, tarragon, or Shrimp Toast with old bayonnaise, fresno.

As your second course, pick between multiple main plates including Chocolate Chip Pancakes, Loaded Avocado Toast and NY Steak & Poached Eggs just to name a few! Finish that off with a side of Rosemary Potatoes with brown butter, flur de sel or Seasonal Fruit.

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Gather Sunday, March 31 from 10 AM to 2 PM ($65 per person) to experience Herb & Sea’s blend of East Coast seafood with a modern California feel. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Lionfish Modern Coastal Cuisine

Pulling inspiration from the Easter Bunny’s favorite food, Lionfish Modern Coastal Cuisine will offer two celebratory dishes on Sunday, March 31:

  • An herb-crusted rack of lamb with mint gremolata, miso carrot puree, yuzu butter English peas and pea tendrils, priced at $45
  • Diablo eggs with caviar, gochujang egg creme and negi, priced at $18
Easter offering at Lionfish

Located in Pendry San Diego, these egg-cellent offerings will be available from 5 PM to 9 PM on Sunday, March 31.


barleymash will be offering two specialty dishes for Easter Sunday. Those with a sweet tooth are sure to love Chef Rose’s Raspberry and Almond Baked French Toast. Or opt for the Baked Ham Plate with Chive and Cheddar Eggs, Potato Hash and Sour Dough Toast.

Herb & Wood

A San Diego classic, Herb & Wood is the perfect place to celebrate Easter Sunday Brunch!

Priced at $65 per person, Herb and Wood’s brunch showcases a three-course meal, complete with bread service and sides.

Start the meal with fresh Lemon Blueberry Danishes, followed by first course offerings of Avocado Toast with everything spiced dukkah, radish, fine herbs, lemon; Crab Cake with old bay aioli, lemon; Butter Lemon Salad with green goddess dressing; and Pork Belly with eggs, bacon, bernaise.

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For second course dishes you can enjoy:

  • Benedict with prosciutto, heirloom tomato, basil, lemon hollandaise
  • Filet & Eggs with rosemary chimichurri, mustard greens
  • Baja Shrimp & Polenta with garlic chili butter, poletna, endive
  • Chilaquiles with guajillo chili, feta, labneh, salsa verde, cilantro fried eggs
  • Brioche French Toast with strawberries, ricotta cream
  • BLT with lemon aioli, heirloom tomato, lettuce zaatar, sweet and spiced bacon

Easter brunch is served on Sunday, March 31, 10 AM to 2 PM. Make reservations here.

Mister A’s

This Easter Sunday, March 31 from 10 AM to 1:30 PM, join Mister A’s in celebrating with an elevated three-course prix fixe brunch available for $89.50 per person. For children 12 and under, a $35 menu will be offered.

Executive Chef Stephane Voitzwinker has crafted a decadent menu featuring a wide range of dishes such as Mister A’s French Toast and Local Blue Fin Tuna Tiradito to begin, followed by entrées including Cajun-Style Shrimp & Heirloom Grits, Lamb Osso Buco, and Prime 10 oz. New York Steak “au Poivre”.

From Pastry Chef Amy Simpson, springtime sweets options include Strawberry Rhubarb Pie and Chocolate Cheesecake with a salted caramel ganache.

Reservations can be made via OpenTable under the “Experiences” subhead.

La Valencia

For an all-day Easter celebration, look no further than La Valencia Hotel’s Easter Sunday full of culinary delights and fun for the whole family.

To take advantage of La Valencia’s iconic coastline views, enjoy a delicious, three-course meal full of festive favorites at the Mediterranean Room and Patio for $130 per adult and $45 per child; seatings are available from 10:30 AM to 7 PM.

To keep the festivities flowing all day, La Valencia has prepared an assortment of entertainment options with all family members in mind.

From 10:30 AM to 7 PM, La Valencia’s garden will be arranged for springtime photo opportunities; from 11 AM to 2 PM, guests can enjoy live music on the Mediterranean Patio; from 11 AM to 3 PM, children can meet the Easter Bunny and their favorite princesses while being invited to leisurely hunt for Easter eggs in the garden.

Reservations can be made via OpenTable under the “Experiences” subheading.

Mille Fleurs

Celebrate Easter Sunday in Rancho Santa Fe at Mille Fleurs with Executive Chef Harrison Axelrod’s three-course prix fixe brunch menu available for $92.50 per person featuring classic dishes and egg recipes like Irish Smoked Salmon Salad and Prime New York Steak & Eggs.

Then indulge in Pastry Chef “Papa” Moussa’s beautifully crafted desserts including Lemon Verbena Creme Brûlée and Dark Chocolate “Marquise” with kumquat coulis.

For children 12 and under, a $39.50 menu will be offered. Reservations can be made from 10:30 AM to 5 PM with a 72-hour cancellation policy.

Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Georges at the Cove

La Jolla’s Georges at the Cove is hosting Easter Brunch in its Lowel Level dining room with floor-to-ceiling views of the water. Reservations are available from 10 AM to 2:30 PM, and they can be made here.

The menu from Executive Chef Masa Kojima is entirely a la carte, and it features starters like Wild Mushroom Focaccia Toast and Poached Shrimp, entrées like Classic Eggs Bendict and Brioche French Toast, and desserts like Carrot Cake Cheesecake and Crêpe Cake.

Georges, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2024, will also offer its regular menu on Easter on the rooftop Ocean Terrace beginning at 11 AM.

Beach House at Belmont Park

Spend this Easter with your toes in the sand and ocean views at Beach House at Belmont Park for a special Easter Brunch from 10 AM to 3 PM, $75 per person, $35 per children under 12.

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Gather your loved ones and enjoy a multitude of favorites from Traditional Breakfast, Omelet Bar, Carving Station, Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Mac and Cheese, French Toast, Pancake Bar, Seasonal Pastries and more!

Add a touch of bubbly to your Easter celebration with a Bottomless Mimosas Bar available for $25. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.


Nestled in the coastal neighborhood of Bird Rock in the iconic 1949 “Piano Building” sits the hotspot Paradisaea, which is serving its first-ever daytime menu this Easter.

The Michelin Guide-rated eatery has curated a one-of-a-kind three-course Easter brunch prix-fixe menu, available from 12 PM to 5 PM. Enjoy Chef Jeff Armstrong’s culinary creations in the airy, elegant, and colorful dining room of Paradisaea. Full menu details below:

  • Amuse Bouche of the Chef’s choosing
  • First Course: Choice of Butter Lettuce Salad, English Pea Panna Cotta, or Amberjack Tartare
  • Second Course: Choice of Roast Leg of Lamb, Ora King Salmon, or Coq au Vin
  • Dessert: Choice of Lemon Raspberry Cheesecake or a specialty chocolate egg

$115 per adult, $55 per child (ages 12 and under), the menu will be offered from 12 PM to 5 PM on Sunday, March 31.

Reservations can be made through OpenTable.

Books & Records

Books & Records will be putting together a bountiful Easter buffet spread for the upcoming holiday complete with live jazz. Priced at $60 per person, brunch will include offerings such as Bagels and Lox, Short Rib Benedict, Fresh Fruit and Hashbrowns.

Brunch offerings can be enjoyed alongside the restaurant’s full cocktail menu with highlights including Doses and Mimosas (all you can drink mimosas for $30), Cajun Shrimp Bloody Mary with vodka, house bloody mix, Cajun spice, Tabasco and a Cajun shrimp skewer and the aptly named Sunday Morning with rye whiskey, scotch, maple syrup and house bitters blend.

Reservations can be made at the link here.

Dodo Bird Donuts

Ditch Easter candy and swing by Dodo Bird Donuts Easter weekend for world-class donuts made fresh each morning.

From classic glazed and sugared to filled and fancied, there’s always a selection to choose from that will satiate any and every sweet tooth. Better yet—pair it with high-quality espresso, rare teas, and house-made breakfast sandwiches.

Running low on time? Dodo is on DoorDash!

STK Steakhouse

Get ready for STK’s Easter weekend programming coming up Friday, March 29 to Sunday, March 31.

Guests can enjoy a blend of new brunch delights and exclusive a la carte holiday specials from Friday to Sunday. Plus, every guest will be greeted with an Easter egg filled with surprises, and some lucky finds come with golden eggs holding grand prizes.

All-Day Specials offered all weekend:

  • Dungeness Crab Devilled Eggs – American sturgeon caviar, rocket leaves, maple bacon 34
  • Slow Roasted Prime Rib – charred baby carrots, pesto, ricotta, salsa verde 69
  • Peppercorn Crusted Lamb Chops – green peas, mint, smoked bacon 74
  • Veal Chop – 14oz morel cream – balsamic caramelized onions MP
  • Iberico Pork Chop – roasted broccolini, almond, madeira wine sauce MP
  • Parmesan Crusted Sole – green asparagus, sturgeon caviar butter sauce 51
  • Cheddar Hashbrown – parmesan crème fraiche 19
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People can reserve their table at STK Steakhouse here for a fun Easter experience.


For the first time in the restaurant’s history, Marisi is hosting an Easter brunch on their sunshine-drenched patio and deck.

With seatings available from 11 AM to 2 PM on March 31, an exquisite brunch menu has been thoughtfully crafted by Marisi’s trifecta team of Executive Chef Cameron Ingle, VP of Spirits Beau du Bois, and Wine Director Chris Plaia.

Indulge in Chef Cameron Ingle’s new brunch offerings including baked-to-order Sticky Buns with Whipped Mascarpone, Baked French Toast, Truffle Soft Scramble, Italian Dip Sandwich, and more, while sipping from Beau du Bois’ expertly balanced cocktail menu with springtime addition of the Grapefruit 75 and selections from Chris Plaia’s well-rounded wine list that highlights unique Italian varietals and boutique, low-intervention producers.

Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Sandpiper Wood Fired Grill & Oysters

Sandpiper Wood Fired Grill & Oysters in La Jolla Shores is hosting an a la carte Easter Brunch from 10 AM to 2 PM.

Executive Chef Marty Fay presents a menu with Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Prime Rib California Burrito, Short Rib Hash, Smoked Salmon Benedict, Warm Chocolate Banana Bread, and more.

Items from the regular menu are also available, including oysters, Baja Fish Tacos, salads, and Sandpiper’s famed Skillet Corn Cake. There is indoor seating, covered patio seating, and uncovered patio seating, which is dog friendly.

Reservations are encouraged and can be made here.

Coco Maya

Little Italy’s Coco Maya, the tropical oasis boasting stunning views of India Street from its prime rooftop location, invites you to an Easter brunch available beginning at 12 PM until sold out.

Indulge in their limited availability Prime Rib Special served with 8oz Pepper & Herb Crusted Prime Rib, whipped lavender mascarpone potatoes, and Josper-grilled vegetables including campari tomatoes, cipollini onions, & broccolini for $48.

Little Frenchie

Nestled in the heart of Coronado, Parisian-style café Little Frenchie is offering an Easter Brunch inspired by the rich flavors of France.

  • Trout and Potato Beignets ($18) | Trout Roe, Chive Crème Fraîche
  • Terrine de Lapin et Pistaches ($24) | Rabbit and Pistachio Terrine, Butter Lettuce Salad, French Radish, Cornichon, Pickled Shallot, Mustard Vinaigrette
  • Crab & Avocado Benedict ($39) | Croissant, Lemon Hollandaise, Espelette
Little Frenchie

Rustic Root

This year, the whole family can enjoy an elevated Easter Brunch in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter at Rustic Root!

Gather on the lively open-air rooftop, surrounded by animal-shaped bushes and glittering lights  for a special Easter brunch featuring a Lobster Pot Pie, Rustic Root Griddle (an elevated breakfast sandwich version of the McGriddle!) and an assorted tiered Brunch Pastry tower for two.

Book here.

Rustic Root

Temaki Bar

Easter will bring a trio of specialty offerings to hop into Temaki Bar: Handroll, Sushi, Sake for.

Available exclusively on Sunday, March 31, Temaki will offer Bunny Baskets or inari, sweet tofu pockets filled with a choice of rice, spicy tuna or krab, priced at $6 for two pieces; Bloomin’ Roll, a rainbow roll filled with albacore, salmon, hamachi, avocado, cucumber and sesame and topped with krab, shrimp mix, tobikko, lemon and shiso, priced at $17; and draft beers, priced at $5.

Temaki Bar, located at 575 S. Coast Highway 101, will be open from 11 AM to 9 PM on Sunday.

Pendry San Diego

Pendry San Diego’s Provisional Kitchen will celebrate Easter with a blossoming brunch, offering bright buffet selections and stations including a Chef-Carved Nueske’s Smoked Ham, House Cured Salmon, and a Build-Your-Own Parfait.

Provisional Kitchen Cafe & Mercantile

Choose from a selection of entrees (or children’s entrees) including:

  • Easter Frittata | Asparagus, Spring Onions, Tarragon, Ham, Goat Cheese, Blistered Tomatoes
  • Nutella Stuffed S’mores French Toast | Bananas, Graham Cracker Streusel, Toasted Marshmallow
  • Breakfast Pizza Sandwich | Bacon, Omelet Egg, Smoked Mozzarella, Pesto Aioli

What’s more? Families can anticipate a delightful visit from the Easter Bunny, accompanied by captivating live music performances

Adults priced at $85+ and children ages 3-12 priced at $32+ | March 31, 9 AM to 1 PM. Reservations can be made here. The full menu can be found here.


Spice up your Easter with a buffet brunch at Vistal from 10 AM to 2 PM accompanied by live music priced at $95 per person.

Featuring flavors inspired by Baja, enjoy a seafood display of selections including:

  • Rockfish Ceviche and Smoked Trout Dip
  • A carving station loaded with Mole Rubbed Leg of Lamb and Piloncillo-Mezcal Glazed Ham
  • Vegetarian antipasto and salads including Chilled Lentil Salad and Caprese Salad
  • Elevated brunch classics including Cinnamon Roll Casserole and Creme Brulee French Toast
Vistal San Diego

Be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth with indulgent dessert selections including assorted pastries, beignets, tartlets, chocolate bunnies, and more! Reservations available via Resy.


Ciao bella! Enjoy Italian coastal flavors at Garibaldi with a three-course brunch from 11 AM to 3 PM while soaking in the waterfront views priced at $49 per person.


Begin your meal with a plate of sweet and savory breakfast breads; sink your teeth into your choice of Italian “Shakshuka” made with ‘nduja pork meatballs and stewed tomato ragu, Truffle Risotto made with truffle-infused arborio rice, or a Spinach, Artichoke and Ricotta Frittata topped with fresh crab meat and caciocavallo bechamel.

Finish with homemade Cannolis filled with ricotta-pistachio cream.

Plus, raise a glass with $25 bottomless Aperol Spritzes, Sbagliators, or South Italian Sparkling Wine. Reservations can be made via Resy.


Town and Country Resort will celebrate Easter with a decadent brunch buffet at ARLO.

Taking place on Sunday, March 31, from 9 AM to 3 PM, the buffet will include a raw bar, entrées such as French toast casserole and baked conchiglie Bolognese, plus live-action stations including a Santa Maria grill-style striploin, braised short ribs and rosemary crusted leg of lamb.

The buffet experience includes a glass of sparkling wine for adults and live music from Maria Christina from 10 AM to 2 PM. All brunch guests are also invited to attend the Town and Country Easter egg hunt on the Martini Lawn, adjacent to ARLO, at 10:30 AM for children 4 years and under, and 11 AM for ages five to 12.

Price: $90 for adults; $30 for children ages five to 12; and free for kids 4 years and under. Reservations can me made here.

The Westgate Hotel

Available for two weekends in a row (March 23, 24, 30 and 31), The Westgate Hotel is hopping into Easter celebrations with a festive Easter Bunny Tea.

A delightful experience the whole family will enjoy, the Easter Bunny Tea includes a unique selection of freshly brewed teas paired with house-made delicacies including petit-fours, savory tea sandwiches and pastries.

Guests can also expect a special guest appearance from the Easter Bunny himself.

Prices are $95 for adults, $65 for children ages two to 12, and free for infants one and under. Reservations can be made here.

Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa

On March 31, join Rancho Valencia in celebration of the Easter holiday with an array of delicious brunch and lunch offerings, among the resort’s beautiful outdoor setting.

From 10 AM to 4 PM, enjoy a decadent all-day buffet featuring the resort’s legendary raw bar, spring salads and carving stations, before visiting the dessert bar laden with sweet goodies.

Easter at Rancho Valencia

While the adults enjoy a crisp bellini, kids will have a blast with Easter-themed crafts on the lawn, visit the petting zoo or join the Easter egg hunt open to children of all ages (12:30 PM and 3 PM).

Reservations can be made by calling 858-759-6246. Menu priced at $225 for adults / $95 for children 11 and under / Kids under 3 complimentary.


Rumorosa will offer its inaugural holiday brunch buffet from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM on Easter Sunday, March 31.

Buffet highlights include Chef Cesar Oceguera’s Cali-Baja inspired breakfast items, including mini versions of his signature Concha Breakfast Sandwich, crafted salads, small plates, fresh seafood bar, carved-to-order Barbacoa Leg of Lamb, Paloma Flambé Crepe Station, and a variety of house-made mini desserts infused with the flavors of Baja.

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Guests can enjoy live entertainment and can pose for photos with the Easter Bunny, who will make scheduled appearances throughout the day.

In addition to the Brunch Buffet, Sheraton San Diego will host easter egg hunts for younger patrons on the property’s Harbor Vista Lawn at 12:30 PM and again at 2:30 PM.

Rumorosa’s Easter Brunch Buffet is priced at $85 per adult, including a welcome beverage, $45 for kids aged six to 12, and kids five and under dine free. The price includes complimentary self-parking for up to three hours.

Rumorosa is located at 1380 Harbor Island Drive in San Diego. For more information, visit here and reservations are available on OpenTable.

Roman Wolves

The newest addition to the Little Italy dining scene, Roman Wolves, will celebrate Easter in traditional Roman style. The restaurant will offer its regular menu showcasing La Cucina Romana for lunch and dinner, alongside select Easter specials.

Don’t miss the unique Roman-style Pinsa—traditional folded pizzas. Choices include Pinsa Margherita with Fresh tomatoes, burrata, basil, e.v.o.o., and basil pesto. Arugula or Pinsa La Mortazza with imported mortadella, ricotta, pistachio, and e.v.o.o. 

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Lamb is a required dish on Roman tables at Easter and Roman Wolves honors this tradition with a seasonal Abbacchio Scottadito featuring a grilled baby rack of lamb, salsa verde, a purée of parsley, mint, fresh spices, and e.v.o.o. 

The Maritozzo—a pastry similar to a donut and filled with lots of fluffy whipped cream from Rome and the Lazio region—is the perfect sweet treat to end the meal.

For more information, visit here or on Instagram.

The Marine Room

Experience a fine dining Easter by the sea at the iconic Marine Room. La Jolla’s culinary jewel invites San Diegans and families in town for the weekend to celebrate the springtime holiday while indulging in globally-inspired dishes and marveling at the stunning ocean views.

Every plate features seasonal flavors inspired by the coast, from fresh, locally sourced seafood and regional classics to innovative creations.

Guests can also opt to dine at the more relaxed Lounge at the Marine Room, featuring creative small plates and specialty cocktails to enjoy Easter Sunday among the waves. To make a reservation, visit here.

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Brick Hotel

Celebrate Easter in Oceanside at the stunning Brick Hotel, with brunch offerings from two distinct locations:
Q&A Restaurant and Oyster Bar on the ground floor, and Cococabana on the rooftop!

Recently introducing all-new brunch, both locations offer bottomless mimosas and espresso martinis. Menu items include Beignets for Breakfast, Steak & Egg Burritos, Honduras Chilaquiles, and Cheddar Biscuit n Gravy!

Book reservations at Q&A here, and Cococabana here.

Lakehouse Resort San Marcos

Enjoy Easter on the lake at Lakehouse Resort from 10 AM to 4 PM! With 80 acres of breathtaking landscape, it is the perfect place to enjoy fun activities and celebrate Easter with family and friends!

Indulge in their Easter buffet ($85 per adult, $24 per children under 10), which includes Breakfast favorites like Breakfast Potatoes, Cinnamon French Toast Bar, Omelet & Egg Station, and more.

The carving station will be made up of Almond Crusted Cod, Herb-Crusted Prime Rib, and Roasted Salmon with sides like whipped red bliss potatoes with chive, roasted medley veg, roasted thyme & rosemary marble potatoes and broccolini.

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The Easter menu also includes a special buffet for kids filled with Mini Pancakes, Waffle Fries, Chicken Nuggets, and Mini Corn Dogs. To complete the perfect Easter celebration, don’t miss a visit from the Easter Bunny as well as an egg hunt and face painting!

Available for both hotel guests and locals. Make your reservations via OpenTable.


Over in North County, families can celebrate Easter with refined California classics at 20|Twenty in Carlsbad. The coastal eatery features an effortlessly elegant menu that brings simple dishes and local ingredients to the forefront.

With views of the 7 miles of Carlsbad coastline from the outdoor patio, guests can enjoy exciting flavor combinations curated by the season. Diners will also get a chance to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt and make beautiful memories by snapping photos with the Easter Bunny.

For reservations, please visit here.

20 Twenty

Pro tip: make a stop before/after your Easter feast at the nearby Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch for a full colorful spring day!

The Shores Restaurant

For a laidback Easter feast just steps from the sand, head to the Shores Restaurant in the heart of La Jolla Shores.

The signature seaside eatery features delicious breakfast,brunch, lunch, and dinner menus prepared with farm-fresh, locally sourced seafood and produce served alongside a backdrop of spectacular ocean views.

Guests can enjoy the outdoor dining area on the oceanfront lawn, where they can sip bubbly, soak in the sun,and celebrate the holiday in San Diego style.

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For more information or to make reservations, please here.

Alejandra’s Fine Mexican Food and Cantina

Alejandra’s Fine Mexican Food and Cantina in La Costa is offering Easter Brunch from 10 AM to 2 PM. Enjoy an ala carte menu featuring Chilaquiles, Huevos Rancheros, Steak Fajitas con Huevos, Horchata Pancakes and other Mexican-inspired dishes.

If you’re not in the mood for breakfast, there’s taquitos (chicken, beef, or jaca tinga), birria quesatacos, shrimp ceviche tostadas, chicken pozole, and salads.

The full cocktail menu, which was curated in collaboration with The Cocktail Guru Jonathan Pogash, is also available.

For reservations, visit here.

NOVO Brazil Brewing Company

Enjoy Easter Brunch on the southern tip of San Diego Bay at NOVO Brazil Brewing Company’s Imperial Beach brewpub. Located only 1.3 miles off Interstate 5, enjoy views of the water along with the Coronado Bridge and downtown skyline in the distance.

NOVO’s brunch menu includes Breakfast Mac ‘n Cheese (with Brazilian sausage and an egg), Chilaquiles Verdes, Brazilian-style Steak ‘n Egg (with chimichurri), Brunch Burger, and more.

The drink menu, meanwhile, includes NOVO Michelada, Boochelada (made with NOVO’s sister brand NOVA Kombucha), sangria, and mimosas. Easter Brunch hours are 10 AM to 2 PM.

Eddie V’s

Eddie V’s is offering a dazzling prix fixe two-course brunch menu of indulgent favorites on Easter Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM with live music starting at 4 PM.

Begin with a warm Apple Cinnamon Scone and a starter, before treating yourself to one of the brunch main courses such as Butter-Poached Maine Lobster Quiche Florentine with Fuji Apple Salad, Roasted Avocado and Jumbo Lump Crab with Lemon Butter on Brioche Toast, or the 8-ounce Pan-Seared Steak paired with a Mushroom and White Cheddar Frittata.

Easter at Eddie V's

Sip on Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Bellinis, or Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label paired with Caviar on potato crisps, available as enhancements.  A La Carte dinner options are available as well as a dedicated Children’s Brunch menu.

Locations in the area include San Diego and La Jolla. To make a reservation, visit here.

Seasons 52

Seasons 52 is serving a la carte Easter Brunch featuring seasonal ingredients, offered in the dining room from 9 AM to 2 PM.

Enjoy selections such as Crab and Cheddar Quiche, Upright French Toast with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Apricot-Glazed Spiral Ham, and Wood-Grilled Shrimp and Grits.

Seasons 52

Brunch Sips are available to enhance the brunch experience, including cocktails such as Mimosas, Sangria, Strawberry Hibiscus Margarita, Bloody Marys, and Rosé Lemonade. Dinner menu is available all day.

To make a reservation or to order an Easter Green Box dinner to enjoy at home, visit here.

Seabreeze Craft Chocolates

Seabreeze Craft Chocolates, owned by former lobbyist turned chocolatier Jim Lantry, is an artisanal chocolate boutique and factory in San Diego.

Jim’s unique approach involves making chocolate from cacao beans, and he creates innovative fillings inspired by his personal favorites and culinary trends.

For Easter, Seabreeze will offer a variety of themed sweets, both visually and in flavor, including traditional easter eggs and bunnies. For a full list of flavors and offerings, visit here.

Seabreeze Craft Chocolates

Hotel del Coronado

From s’mores by a private beach bonfire, to surf-side strolls at sunset, beachfront dining aside live music and unique wellness and fitness offerings, The Del offers countless unforgettable experiences for the entire family this Easter:

Easter Roast (March 28-31)—Gather around a private beach bonfire and roast Easter s’mores while taking in the amazing sunset views. Guests will receive an Easter basket full of special treats for their s’mores, including Peeps and Reese’s Eggs.

Easter Bunny Deliveries (March 28-31)—The Easter Bunny and his friendly helpers will deliver a basket to your room filled with special treats, creating cherished Easter memories that will last a lifetime.

Easter Brunch (March 31)—Celebrate Easter with a legendary brunch in Hotel del Coronado’s beautiful Southpointe Ballroom.

A true feast for the senses, the lavish brunch features a chilled seafood bar, regionally inspired dishes, international cuisine, and carving stations. Guests also enjoy a spectacular dessert bar and a glass of champagne.

Easter Egg Hunt (March 31)—Join the Easter Bunny for an exciting Easter Egg Hunt on Del Beach at 10 AM or 12 PM.

Hotel Del Coronado

Each event will have sections marked for different age groups. *Exclusively for Easter Brunch & Overnight Hotel Guests. More information here.

Rancho Bernardo Inn

Spend Easter at The Inn, located in picturesque North County San Diego on 265 acres of lush grounds and open air, with the following offerings:

Easter Brunch at AVANT | Join Chef de Cuisine Sergio Jimenez for a specialized holiday dining experience on March 31 from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Price: $110 per adult / $55 per child. Reservations can be made here.


Bottomless Brunch Buffet at Aragon Ballroom | Enjoy a fabulous feast featuring delectable plates and morsels for your every-tasting delight. Enjoy the Easter celebration and listen to wonderful life music on March 31 from 10 AM to 1 PM.

The bottomless brunch buffet includes cocktails, beers, wines and soda. Price: $135 per adult. Reservations can be made here.

North City San Marcos

This Easter, discover an event-filled celebration at North City, the vibrant and evolving destination and “city within a city” located in San Diego’s North County and immediately adjacent to California State University at San Marcos (CSUSM) and the new Kaiser Hospital.

After brunch with the family, scale new heights at Mesa Rim, the premiere rock climbing facility in North County.

Engage in a spirited bowling match against the family at Draft Republic San Marcos and satisfy your sweet tooth with a rotation of seasonally inspired treats from Wynston’s Ice Cream or the famous Maya’s Vegan Cookies.

End the day with a stroll through the urban hub and marvel at the public art that local artists have created.

For more information about North City, visit here.

North City

Del Mar Plaza

Spend Easter Sunday overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean at Del Mar Plaza. The shopping, dining, and lifestyle destination offers a thoughtfully curated mix of upscale boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and wellness offerings for the whole family to enjoy.

For dining, visitors can choose from various options that cater to every palette, such as Il Fornaio, Monarch Ocean Pub, Pacifica Del Mar, Tamarindo, Shimbashi Izakaya, or grab sweet treats at Paris en Rose or An’s Hatmakers.

With its fountains, contemporary art, and palazzo-style terraces, it’s the ideal place for locals and visitors to spend the holiday weekend under the SoCal sun.

For a full list of restaurant and shopping tenants at Del Mar Plaza, visit here.

Offers To-Go

San Diego’s eateries are rolling out to-go offerings to elevate your celebration. Enjoy a variety of delicious meals that promise to bring the joy and flavors of the season straight to your home.

Urban Plates

Once you’ve wrapped up Easter brunch festivities, let Urban Plates, the chef-driven, ingredient-conscious, and fast-casual restaurant, supply the dinner.

For the first time this year, Urban Plates will offer an Easter Ham Feast, including a Non-GMO and humanely treated 6.5lb bone-in spiral-cut Duroc pork ham, glaze, bread loaf,mashed potatoes & gravy, and 2-3 sides for $179.95.

Urban Plates

In addition to the main course, customers will be able to pick either hot and ready family sides, chilled sides, or whole desserts, including:

  • Baked cinnamon apples
  • Maple sweet potato souffle
  • Double cheddarmacaroni and cheese
  • Southern pecan pie
  • Carrot cake
  • Triple chocolate cake
  • Red velvet cake
  • Rum cake samples
  • Cinnamon walnut coffee cake
  • Blueberry coffee cake
  • Chocolate rum cake
  • Vanilla rum cake
  • Dinner rolls
  • Kings Hawaiian rolls

The feast will be refrigerated and made ready to reheat and come with specific instructions for preparation.

To place an order, please visit here.

Ordering can occur between Wednesday, March 6, and Wednesday, March 27. Customers will be able to pick up their order during regular hours on Friday, 3/29 or Saturday, 3/30.

Morena Provisions

Elevate your Easter experience this year by leaving the prep to the pros behind Morena Provisions, who are whipping up a holiday spread that is sure to impress the relatives.

With dozens of options from mains and sides to shared appetizers and desserts, guests can choose from favorites like ricotta and spring pea gnocchi (serves 4, $40), chicken sausage stuffed mushrooms (6-pack, $24), scalloped potato made with gruyere, comte, nutmeg, and thyme (serves 4, $31), and carrot cake (serves 8-10, $52). 

Orders must be placed here by Wednesday, March 27, and will be available on Saturday, March 30th, for pick-up and delivery.


For families looking to spend more time celebrating Easter and less time meal prepping in the kitchen, Gelson’s Markets will offer a variety of ready-to-reheat meals and a la carte specials!

Easter meal options available include: the Roasted Turkey Dinner, the Ham Dinner, the Prime Rib Dinner, and the Brisket Dinner, which will all be available in servings for eight or two. 

The Turkey and Ham dinners are served with mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cornbread stuffing, green bean casserole, mashed sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, and butterflake dinner rolls.

The Brisket and Prime Rib dinners are served with mashed potatoes, beef and mushroom gravy, Brussels sprouts, cornbread stuffing, creamed spinach, horseradish sauce, and butterflake dinner rolls.

Proteins such as Half Spiral Ham, CAB® Prime Rib, and CAB® whole Brisket are also available for purchase à la carte.

Easter Specials San Diego

To place orders, please visit here.

Easter orders can be placed from 3/1 to 3/29 and will be available for pickup at Gelson’s in Pacific Beach, Carlsbad, and Del Mar between 3/24 to 3/31 from 8 AM to 8 PM.

Happy Easter, San Diego!

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