Easter Sunday is this weekend, and with it comes a plethora of hollandaise-drenched dining options. Brunch, the most popular meal of the day, will be the star at restaurants around town, though there are options for Easter dinner as well. So round up your family (or brunch crew) and head to one of these 12 spots to get your fix of poached eggs, leg of lamb and bloody Marys.Read More
12 Delicious Brunch and Dinner Options For Your Easter Festivities
Lamb, deviled eggs, and bottomless mimosas aplenty.
Celebrate Easter all day long with a festive brunch and dinner featuring Italian specialties like lamb braised in white wine, served with peas and a creamy sauce or wild nettle pasta with rabbit sugo. They'll be serving from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Oakland's Camino will offer a special Easter brunch AND Easter dinner. Brunch will feature a special menu, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Or make reservations for their three-course Easter dinner, featuring spring lamb grilled in the restaurant's massive fireplace; dinner is available from 5:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.
Central Kitchen is marking the Easter holiday with a three-course family-style dinner focusing on lamb, for $65 per person. They'll also be serving brunch from 10:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. with items like fried chicken benedict and French toast bread pudding.
Executive chef Charlie Parker is offering up a family-style Easter brunch for $45, plus oysters and cocktails.
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Le Marais Bistro & Bakery
Le Marais will be bringing the springtime flavors to the table with their Easter menu. Their Easter Dinner prix fixe offers their versions of traditional holiday fare like deviled eggs, asparagus and lamb from chef Max Snyder. The menu will be available from 5:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. at $55 per person.
Luce is celebrating Easter with an Easter brunch buffet, complete with bottomless mimosas. Feast on tenderloin with au jus and horseradish, or go sweet with French toast and bananas. Brunch is $75 per adult, $45 per child aged 4-12 and served from 11 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.
Lungomare will offer a buffet-style Easter brunch from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For $50 per person ($25 for children 12 and under), feast on Easter favorites with an Italian influence. Poached eggs with housemade prosciutto cotto, house-smoked ham and Italian butter beans with octopus, spring peas, radish and Meyer lemon are some of the highlights, plus a bounty of brunch cocktails, with a view of the Bay.
Marla Bakery won't offer a traditional restaurant brunch, but they will have several Easter treats available for ordering, including hot cross buns and colomba di pasqua, an Easter bread with candied citrus, raisins and candied almonds. They're also offering full catering for Passover, including brisket, matzoh ball soup and charoset.
Park Tavern is offering a prix fixe menu with choice of beverage, appetizer and entree for $45. Choose from items like French toast with cherry compote and mascarpone or eggs benedict with asparagus, ham and bacon hollandaise... or just give in and get the Marlowe burger again. You know you want it.
It's never a bad idea to go Southern, especially when it involves brunch. Picán will be serving a special all day menu, with special items like Bourbon-braised lamb shank, plus favorites like Southern fried chicken, shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes. They'll be serving from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Presidio Social Club
Presidio Social Club will be offering an Easter feast on Sunday, serving both brunch and dinner. Traditional offerings like sea salt baked ham and a roasted leg of lamb will adorn the menu, complete with mimosas and festive spring cocktails.
Flee the fog and head North to the rolling, green hills of Healdsburg. Spoonbar is hosting a $75 all-you-can-eat-and-drink Easter brunch, including a raw bar with oysters, ceviche and crudo and a bottomless bellini bar.