Where To Celebrate Easter 2022 In San Diego | Guides







Easter brunch in Cali, including Benedict eggs with Calabrian duck sausage and Israeli shashlik




April 15 and 16

For an exclusive French-inspired meal that will suit an Easter weekend, head to Blu Bohème. Spiced and built by owner and acting chef Ken Irwin, Bleu Bohème’s $ 48 Lapin au Vin is a rabbit braided in white wine with mustard, capers, whipped cream and fresh herbs, served with pappardelle. Guests are welcome to combine this dish with one of their cocktails, martinis or wines with a choice available in bottle or jars.

4090 Adams Avenue, Kensington

Easter Brunch (April 17):

Buffet-style brunch at The Marine Room, one of the most prolific places to eat on San Diego’s beachfront. Prominent seafood dishes from the menu include the Benedict crab cake and avocado salmon toast, and their buffet includes a meat carving stand with pork corbota, prime rib and lamb, as well as plenty of fresh dessert options. Brunch costs $ 175 per person, $ 60 for kids ages 6-12, and $ 225 if you want free-flowing champagne. Visit their website for order details.

2000 Spindrift Drive, La Jolla

Take a culinary trip across the Atlantic to Valentina, a wine bar and bistro inspired by the owner’s various trips to Europe and the Mediterranean. For brunch, their menu is centered around spring bites, glazed pork and champagne to wash down all the essential ingredients for Easter. As for dinner, Valentina offers a three-course set menu at $ 55 per person, with schnitzel soaked in lemon caper sauce and lamb stew with sides of baby vegetables and potatoes.

810 North Coast Highway 101, Encinitas







Easter Guide - Garibaldi

Garibaldi




Enjoy the flavors of Italy as you sit on the rooftop of downtown InterContinental San Diego. Garibaldi’s three-course Easter menu offers sweet and savory Italian pastries, and five entrees to choose from before ending with Casta Siciliana. The main dishes not to be missed include the Italian omelet with cachocabello cheese, breakfast pizza topped with pancetta and fried egg and the sweet and fruity castaccio bread pancakes. The brunch costs $ 45 per person and can be upgraded to include bottomless prosciutto or apricot sprinkles for $ 29 more.

901 Bayfront Court, downtown

Another option for a brunch on the beach is The Shores Restaurant, named after its location between the perfect coastline and the image of La Jolla. Their à la carte menu for Easter, available from 10am to 4pm, includes breakfast entrees like lobster Benedict with chipotle hollandaise and French toast handkerchief bananas that combine vanilla challah bread with maple vermont syrup and pirate rum. If you are not in the mood for sweet options, their Atlantic salmon with rice and pancetta ensures a delightful dining experience. Place your order here.

8110 Gold Road, La Jolla

Eat a value-based patio brunch at 7 Mile Kitchen with plenty of exceptional brunch meals and wood-fired pizzas on the extensive menu. Their brunch options include sweet, savory and spicy with a selection of pastries, hashish and omelets, accentuated by their Baja omelet stuffed with gelfano, chorizo, avocado and cheddar cheese. If you come with lunch in mind, try their artisanal Tartufo pizza, topped with roasted wild mushrooms and caramelized onions topped with arugula, white truffle cream and regiano cheese. The brunch will continue from 7:00 to 14:00, and you can place your reservations here.

5420 Grand Pacific Drive, Carlsbad







Easter guide - grass and sea

Easter brunch at Herb & Sea




Indulge in a two-course menu with plenty of favorite local dishes, whether it’s the motif with the Herb & Sea beach or their sun-drenched patio. Start diving into their Easter buns served with cinnamon butter, followed by entrees of avocado toast and crab cake and a choice of different main options, including their Benedict with prosciutto, and a lobster roll laden with tomato. Toppings include the $ 15 donut basket with five mini donuts that can be further sweetened with toppings and toppings and 3 grilled spot prawns for $ 50 to add another seafood center. The menu is $ 65 per person and you can reserve a place for Easter brunch between 10:00 and 14:00 here

131 West D Street, Encinitas

Kali’s debut brunch for Easter promises a meal of epic proportions. Chef Travis Skyward’s planned $ 75 Mediterranean-inspired four-course family-style feast includes entrees like mimosa asparagus with smoked salmon and gribisha sauce and pasta stuffed with spring onions with zucchini, strachatella and marjoram. The most appropriate breakfast offerings include an elegant twist on Benedict eggs with Calabrian duck sausage and an Israeli shashlik made with sauteed tomatoes and feta cheese. A place for brunch can be booked here from 10:00 to 16:00, and the entrance to the entrance can choose from an à la carte menu at the bar during this period.

1195 Island Avenue, East Village

Chef Sam Dekman has a lot to look forward to for Tori Pines’ farmer and seahorse on Easter Sunday. The special buffet will include honey-roasted pork, salmon and devil’s eggs to be served with dijons, chives, Old Bay, lemon juice and Tabasco. Be sure to save room for dessert as their sweet section includes tiramisu limoncello with white chocolate, lady fingers and icing limoncello and bread pudding served with white chocolate sauce. Brunch is $ 75 per person for adults and $ 25 for children, reservations can be made here.

10996 Torreyana Road, Torrey Pines

Serẽa Coastal Cuisine Restaurant is a great location for Easter Sunday brunch due to its beachfront location and rich and rich menu items. The Easter selection includes fresh oysters and strawberry ricotta pancakes with whipped salted butter and hot maple syrup, an appetizing dish that is sure to chart. An exclusive menu item available only at Easter is Chef Mexican Jojo’s special Mexican shrimp and smoked grits, which end with poached eggs, tomato consura and agana cauda. You can take a risk to log in, but it is advisable to pre-book on OpenTable.

1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado

20 | The twenty brunch menu for Easter promises so many exciting dishes that it will be hard not to try everything. Special dishes to choose from include lobster risotto and basil blueberry pancakes, but don’t sleep on the “drugs” like the green monster juice if you want a delicious Easter experience without the carbs. To match the brunch, the alcohol options include $ 18 bottomless mimosas with cranberry, orange, pineapple and pineapple-guava flavors and their ultimate $ 15 Bloody Mary made with Tito vodka. To secure your place for Sunday, book here.

5480 Grand Pacific Drive, Carlsbad

events:

April 11-17

If you are staying at the Hotel del Corondo this Easter weekend, expect to feel the Easter spirit. In addition to hosting brunch in the hotel’s prominent crown room and a particularly sumptuous brunch dinner in Sera, Hotel del Corondo hosts two Easter egg hunters in Del Beach this coming Sunday at 10:00 and 12:00, depending on the theme of Easter, the movie “Hope” will play On Saturday, April 16, as part of the film series on their beach with a private bonfire, cymbals and sand chairs for comfortable viewing. Last but not least, do not miss the hotel’s Easter roast at sunset throughout the week (April 11-17), where each guest will receive an Easter basket full of chocolate and sweets including Peeps, Reeese’s Eggs and gourmet chocolates. Do s’mores with.

1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado

April 16th

Take the Bunny train this coming Saturday, April 16, to the Southwest Railway Museum of the Pacific. The ride will start at Campo Depot and pass 45 minutes across the Eastern San Diego County to the museum’s showroom that will be ready with lots of surprises. The area will be set up with two Easter egg hunting areas with one aimed at smaller children and another with more challenging finds that will hide the Easter Bunny, which will also appear. Train tickets include entry to the showroom and entry to two Easter egg hunts. Buy your tickets here.

750 Depot Street, Field

Check out the “Biggest Egg Hunt” in Carlsbad this coming Saturday, April 16, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., where kids can “freak out” to find colorful eggs filled with candy. Other activities include face painting, crafts, cookie decorating and games like soaking the rabbit. There is no need to pre-register for the event so feel free to just show up and sway.

6600 Hidden Valley Road, Carlsbad

Easter fun at Walnut Grove Park begins with a rabbit breakfast between 8-10 a.m. with pancakes, eggs and hot dogs and opportunities to take pictures with the Easter Bunny, which you can sign up for in advance here. The highlight of the day is the egg mix (with start times organized by age groups) designed for the whole community to participate and look for 20,000 eggs hidden throughout the park full of prizes. Arrive early and take part in the free kids carnival with games and jumps before the campaign begins.

1950 Sycamore Drive, San Marcos







Easter Guide - Lakehouse




April 17th

Lakehouse Hotel & Resort’s Easter calendar promises fun for the whole family. Buffet-style brunch options include an egg stand and omelet with eggs and toppings, a French cinnamon toast bar laden with toppings like fresh berries, whipped cream and chocolate chips and a smoked salmon station featuring mini bagels, shaved red onions and whipped cream cheese. After brunch, you will enjoy activities on the lake lawn, there will be live music, activities like face paintings and balloon animals and many opportunities for children to take pictures with the Easter bunny and look for eggs. Brunch at The Grill is $ 70 for an adult and $ 35 for a child (12 and under) and their special Easter Staycation & Brunch Buffet package comes with two free brunch tickets.

1025 La Bonita Drive, San Marcos

Enjoy a full day of activities on the beach in the Northern District on Easter Sunday at Seabird Resort. The resort’s Piper Restaurant hosts an Easter brunch from 11:00 to 17:00 at a cost of $ 75 per adult, 50% off for children and free for children ages 5 and under. Outdoor activities on the beach terrace from 9:00 to 13:00 include ‘Build a Rabbit’, craft tables for decorating cookies, two Easter egg hunters and an Easter egg roll, in which the winners will receive a special Easter basket that includes fur, toys and chocolates. The events are open to hotel guests and hotel guests alike, so keep that on your radar.

101 Mission Avenue, Oceanside

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