South Bay Easter Brunches and Dinners 2016

Spring has sprung and Easter is upon us.  Here are some South Bay restaurants that are pulling out all the stops for your Easter Brunch or Resurrection Day feast.

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El Segundo

Bottomless Easter Brunch at Sausal

El Segundo’s new “Nuevo Rancho” dining hotspot will feature $16 bottomless mimosas and micheladas in honor of the holiday, which guests can enjoy in the restaurant’s beautiful indoor dining room or airy patio. Favorites from the brunch menu include the Beef Barbacoa Hash with Poached Eggs, Roasted Poblano Chili Omelet, and Huevos Rancheros, though diners can also nosh on all-day staples like the Tamarind Shrimp Salad, Potato Rajas Tacos, or Pork Chili Verde w/Sweet Corn Elote.

  • Sausal
    • Sunday, March 27th, 2016; 11 am – 3 pm
    • 219 Main Street, El Segundo, California 90245; (310) 322-2721

Paul Martin’s Easter Prime Rib

All natural prime rib, Organic Green Salad, Creamy mashed potatoes, Ice cream for $27.

Redondo Beach

Easter in France at Dominique’s Kitchen

Choice of Creamy Lobster Bisque; Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup.  Organic greens with pecans and cranberries, raspberry and black truffle vinaigrette.  Choice of  Coq au Vin with truffle and garlic polenta; Linguini with asparagus, portobello mushroom, champagne cream, parmesan cheese; Scottish salmon with chablis wine cream sauce and organic garden herbs, fresh farmers market vegetables; Roasted ham with honey, raisin and brandy, fresh farmers market vegetables, crushed fingerling potatoes.  Choice of Fresh strawberries with creme fraiche; White and dark Belgian chocolate mousse.  Assorted French macarons.  $29.99 + tax and tip.

  • Dominique’s Kitchen

HT Grill’s Special Easter Brunch created by Executive Chef Nael Taki

Selections include Roasted Porchetta, Honey Glazed Ham, Roasted Turkey Breast, Peel N’ Eat Shrimp, Lox N’ Bagels, Salads, Oatmeal, Desserts, Omelet Station, and more.  Adults $37+,  Kids under 12 $15.  Limited À La Carte Menu served.

Manhattan Beach

El Torito Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet

This year, celebrate Easter with the bull! Come in to El Torito and treat the family to a complete Easter Sunday Brunch! 2016 price for adults and children varies by location. All your El Torito favorites will be available, served all-you-can-eat buffet style: Carving Station with Tri-Tip and Ham; Taco Bar; Made-to-Order Omelets; Waffle Station; Hot Specialty Items; Traditional Soups & Salads; Fresh Fruit & Desserts; and much more!

Shade Hotel Easter Brunch

Manhattan Beach’s premiere luxury boutique hotel will offer a brunch buffet in the sun-filled courtyard and on the open air terrace of zinc@shade, with scrumptious dishes crafted by Executive Chef Ashley Oates. Among the offerings: the hotel’s beloved Brie and Pear Grilled Cheese Sandwiches; Prosciutto Burrata Grilled Cheese Sandwiches; Cabernet Braised Black Angus Short Ribs and Scottish Salmon Filets; French Toast with fresh berries; an Omelet Station; a Pancake Station; a Pasta Station; and assorted salads. The buffet will also feature a Chocolate Fountain, with assorted treats for dipping.  The buffet is available for $60 per adult, and $25 for children under 10. Drinks are not included.

  • Shade Hotel
    • Sunday, March 27th, 2016; 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    • 1221 N. Valley Drive, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; (310) 546-4995


Easter Brunch at Hey 19 Public House

Families looking for a more casual Easter morning can opt for specials like the Strawberry Waffle Shortcake from Chef Vasili Tavernakis when dining at the neighborhood South Bay gem. Also on tap for those looking to spice up their brunch: renowned Owner/Mixologist Demi Stevens’ potent Bloody Mary Bar, featuring a lineup of twists on the classic cocktail.

  • Hey 19


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