Where to Eat on Easter Sunday

Happy Easter in advance! U-T San Diego highlights delicious-sounding brunches available on Easter Sunday below:

“Gourmet brunch spreads take over the city on Easter Sunday, alongside the rampant Easter egg hunts.

This year, Easter is observed on March 31. We celebrate by dining with our loved ones and toasting to a spring season in full bloom as chefs lighten up their menus and find any excuse to top a dish with fruit. While the kids anticipate their encounter with the Easter Bunny and count their jellybeans, the adults pour another bottomless mimosa and make a beeline for the buffet. Make your reservations at these top spots for Easter brunch in San Diego.

For live music… Jazz will swell and bottomless mimosas will flow at Roppongi Restaurant’s Easter Sunday celebration. Savor an a la carte brunch as jazz singer Rebecca Jade belts the tunes. The menu features everything from banana macadamia nut pancakes to a duck confit hash. Keep the kids busy with surprises planned by Roppongi. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 858.551.5252. 875 Prospect St., La Jolla. roppongiusa.com

For the view… With a wrap-around balcony on the 12th floor of a downtown high-rise, Bertrand at Mister A’s takes the cake for the most generous views of San Diego Bay, Balboa Park, Coronado, Point Loma and beyond. Begin the three-course prix fixe brunch with options of classic lobster bisque, Hawaiian bread french toast and macaroni and cheese. To follow, find a wide range of dishes including Mediterranean style paella, slow braised domestic lamb shank, fresh Maryland blue crab cakes or the egg benedict with fresh crab meat. Dessert features a chocolate crème brûlée, apple tarte tatin and local farm strawberry compote. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. $42.50 per adult. 619.239.1377. 2550 Fifth Ave., Downtown. bertrandatmisteras.com

Something for everyone… Nestled at the top of Hotel La Jolla, Cusp Dining & Drinks delivers a treat for both the adults and kids. An inventive buffet will include a bacon and egg flatbread, angry crab benedict and banana chocolate stuffed French toast, along with a $12 endless mimosa option. The kiddos can play and eat at the Pancake Decoration Station and score a special Easter basket. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. $25 per adult; free for kids under 10. 858.551.3620. 7955 La Jolla Shores Dr., La Jolla. cusprestaurant.com…”

More restaurants and options are highlighted in U-T San Diego’s article here: “Easter Sunday brunch guide”.

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