This Sunday, lost of options. Union Street will unleash its usual Easter pandemonium with the Duckmobile, stilt walkers and a perma-smiling, walking bunny rabbit. Enjoy all that with 30,000-odd revelers, or hit brunch. Here, some other holiday possibilities that've recently crossed Eater's ever-probing radar.
At last year's Union Street Easter Parade [Photo: Steven Restivo]
RN74 offers its first Easter brunch ever: a three-course $45 fixed price affair. Here's a look at all the pretty dishes.
Farina has added this special a la carte menu of traditional Italian Easter offerings, available throughout the coming weekend (April 22-24).
Chaya Brasserie has a $32 three-course fixed price brunch with a complimentary glass of champagne. Have a look at the menu here. Tack on $10 to the price and you get bottomless champagne. What would Jesus do?
1300 on Fillmore does a special Easter version of its usual Sunday gospel brunch.
Since the Easter bunny is magical, he'll also be appearing at The Fairmont's annual, elaborate buffet brunch and the one at Silks at The Mandarin Oriental.
Berkeley's Five at the Hotel Shattuck Plaza has this fixed price brunch on tap for $55 per person, including bottomless mimosas.
In Oakland, Picán shall cook up a Southern-leaning buffet brunch for $39.95, including a glass of champagne.
Sonoma's Carneros does an Easter Brunch buffet for $45.
And in San Rafael, Ed Vigil will add some brunch specials to the menu at Vin Antico.
Down in Carmel, Pacific's Edge is doing a $70 lavish buffet brunch with a design-your-own omelet station.
In Corte Madera, Scott Howard has added an Easter brunch at Brick & Bottle.
** Please note many of the brunches offer special reduced pricing for little ones. Check the respective websites for more information.
All you PR Peeps out there, feel free to write about additional Easter brunch shenanigans in the comments.