Things to do, places to brunch this weekend at SoCal – NBC Los Angeles

Eggs, rabbits, family fun: Discovering colorful eggs, stopping to meet the Easter bunny, spying on some little rabbits on the farm? These hopscotch happenings will flourish around SoCal, but check out the details of each event (some boast great egg hunting, others have egg decorations to see). Spring at the Farm at Underwood Family Farms is still open (early online tickets required), Irvine Park Railroad’s Easter Eggstravaganza rolls through April 16 (but closed at Easter), Irvine’s Easter Tanaka Farm is a favorite, the Botanical Garden’s The South Coast Cirque-inspired egg hunt, a mega Easter egg hunt will scream across the field at Santa Anita Park, and SkyPark in Santa Village celebrates an Easter Saturday celebration at mountain height.

Eggs (for eating): Easter brunch around town adds a delicious abundance of omelet to the holiday, with The Langham Huntington, Pasadena offering an elegant meal, Paséa Hotel & Spa featuring a beach brunch in Huntington Beach, Fuego at The Maya in Long Beach featuring music and more. ” Special “guests” at his Easter brunch, and ALK at Godfrey in Hollywood with a jazzy brunch. LA, which celebrates “Put an Egg on All Day” in April.

COACHELLA opens: This is the # 1 weekend for the Coachella Valley 2022 Music and Arts Festival, if you roll into the desert and for a few sunny days full of giant stars, starlit nights, casual but especially cool meals, people watching and eyes-popping facilities. Harry Styles, Billy Aylish and Sweden House Mafia x The Weeknd are the headlines, a host of other stars will appear between April 15 and 17, and the second weekend progresses from April 22 to 24. As for the food and drink choices? Find plenty of seductive photos on the Coachella website.

The Skirbal celebrates the deli: What should you order at your favorite deli? Lux, eggs and onions? Matzah ball soup? Hot potato canish? Everything is so delicious and memorable, but so is the deli we love, the staffs who have become like family diners, and the stories woven through the important, timeless and community-enriching restaurants. “I’ll Have What She’s Having”: The Jewish Deli is a new exhibit that explores the history, stories and tastes of these restaurants, including some that have become icons of Southern California. See it at the Skirball Cultural Center from April 14 to September 4, 2022.

20 Happy to the woods: The Grove, the outdoor shopping destination near the original Third & Fairfax Farmers Market, first opened just over two decades ago and has become an instant attraction for people looking to shop, see these famous dancing water, admire the giant Christmas tree and ride a green cart Charming in the center of all the action. Now the destination is “jumping” back into action, with its famous bungalow with Bunny’s bungalow and a few “Easter eggs” around the center. These are not really eggs but odes to the history of the grove, including the much-photographed “Ghost of Los Angeles” statue, a sign welcoming the people who developed the grove and other details only in The Grove. Need help finding more photography-worthy sights? Asked the concierge.

Animal Blessing: Tell your turtle the news, sing it to your favorite songbird and let us know why: A beloved tradition on Olvera Mia Street / barking / chirping again, on April 16, in the historic district. Greetings will be given to all the animals, so dress your dog, rabbit or hen and turn in line in front of the Pico House, which will start around 1 p.m. Archbishop Jose Gomez will deliver the blessings, and joining is free. something sweet? This event has been on hold for two years, but a heartwarming history can be traced back to the 1930s.

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