Easter Food Ideas

Easter Food Ideas

Celebrating Easter Sunday on April 16, 2017, in Los Angeles presents plenty of delectable options. Nearly all restaurants gear up for the occasion and serve some mouth-watering brunch to enjoy either intimately with someone special or a close knit family affair. Be it the traditional ham, some awesome cocktails or fantastic seafood; there is an Easter brunch to go gaga about. Listed below are few of our top picks –

  • Girasol

Situated on Moorpark Street, the restaurant’s Easter brunch is a three-course pre-fixed menu. Regular a la carte is also available. The food is a beautiful sophisticatedly rustic, locavore cuisine along with unlimited mimosas or poinsettias which are a tantalizing sweet and tart mix of champagne and cranberry juice. Few worth mentioning dishes include grilled octopus gazpacho with tomatillos, chicken apple sausage with eggs and tomato rosemary lentils, etc. You are also served warm; house-baked bread and creamy lovage herb butter as an appetizer.

  • Fig & Olive

Fig & Olive Melrose Place is famed for its Easter spread worthy of both group and intimate dining. It’s Easter spread offers both its signature dishes and special festive offerings like Fig Gorgonzola Tartlet, Crab Cake Eggs Benedict, and Panna Cotta al’Orange. The spread is a perfect excuse to be present there.

  • Taste on Melrose

This restaurant also flaunts a special prix-fixe menu which includes brussels sprouts hash with eggs and jalapeno citronette, green eggs and ham, crab omelet with Meyer lemon hollandaise, etc. To indulge your sweet tooth, they offer a buffet of assorted treats–macarons, mini pie pops, and brioche bread pudding. Enjoy the festive spirit here with the adult Easter egg hunt. You would undoubtedly feel tall on winning the prized candy, free cocktail or even a complimentary dinner for two.

  • C at Beverly Hills

This reputed restaurant offers a buffet which has both the classic breakfast dishes as well as house specialties like waffles, pancakes, crudo, frittas, pasta, tuna, salmon, cheese, etc. Against the backdrop of live music is a festive egg hunt for children. You can go voracious either in the dining room or on the poolside deck.

  • The Hook & Plow

Located at Hermosa Beach, its Easter buffet is available from 9 a.m. onwards for the early risers. Indulge your gluttony side with its organic Mary’s fried chicken and waffles, steak and potatoes with shishitos and honey chili glaze, brioche French toast with lilikoi maple syrup and finally loco moco with a thick burger patty, fried egg, and gravy. Special highlights of the eve include Maryland crab cakes benedict on buttery, toasted brioche with avocado cream, roasted tomatoes, and champagne hollandaise.