Easter is right around the corner, and if you’re stressing over where to take Mom and Dad, consider your brunch problems solved. Here’s where you can make a res for April 16!
Here are HollywoodLife.com‘s picks for Easter Sunday, April 16:
208 Rodeo: You’ll love this Beverly Hills hotspot. Check out the menu in our gallery!
Bedford & Co is open for Easter. The restaurant will open early, at 4:30 PM, for dinner.
Black Angus Steakhouse will be serving guests from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. throughout Easter Sunday. Black Angus will be serving the full lunch and dinner menu, and including its new Free-range New Zealand Rack of Lamb, aged 45 days, marinated in freshly chopped garlic and rosemary, then roasted and seasoned to perfection.
Bornholm: Celebrate Easter Scandinavian style! Available on Saturday and Sunday (April 15th and 16th), the dinner buffet begins at 6:30 p.m. and is $59 per person. Guests will enjoy herring, salmon, shrimp, medisterpølse (sausage), Danish meatballs, tartlets with chicken stew, lamb and other Danish dishes. Dessert and coffee or tea are included.
Brasserie 8 ½: is offering a cold buffet, carving station, hot buffet, omelettes, a crepe station and more for Easter brunch.
Gotham Bar and Grill is hosting a prix fixe, three-course Easter Brunch menu including items like Smoked Norwegian Salmon; Quinoa, Farro and Wheat Berry Salad; Muscovy Duck and Foie Gras Terrine; Mushroom Risotto; Spring Pea Soup; Frittata; Belgian Waffles; Main Lobster Tagliatelle; Elderflower Parfait; and Gotham Chocolate Cake.
Joe’s American Bar and Grill: Select your location to see their special Easter menu.
Le Pain Quotidien: Tons of takeaway Easter goodies are available throughout the month, and of course it’s a great option for brunch.
MAMO NYC is offering a special Easter menu — see it in our gallery.
Red Lobster: You can’t go wrong!
Ruby Tuesday: Find a location near you here.
Shay & Ivy is offering drink specials, including a strawberry cotton candy/citrus vodka cocktail with basil and strawberry syrup, and food specials, including baked eggs with wild mushroom and speck, roasted tomato sauce, and rosemary focaccia.
The Cheesecake Factory: Find a location near you here.
HollywoodLifers, where do you plan to go out to brunch or dinner this Easter? Tell us!