Easter brunch at the Westin is bigger and better than ever before with the newly rennovated Grill & Vine restaurant and free-flowing champagne. The chef's menu features classic egg dishes and brunch favorites, like waffles, smoothie and desserts.
American Restaurant in San Francisco, CA, United States
Castelle French toast with caramelized banana, almonds, and fresh fruits; and five spiced duck confit hash with piquillo peppers, red onions, and fried duck egg. For an additional $12, guests can enjoy bottomless Champagne or mimosas. Hell yes.
For brunch, guests can choose from an a la carte menu with dishes such as Crespelle with rhubarb compote and whipped cream fraiche and candied almonds; and Capunti with lamb heart sugo, gava beans, and pecorino reserva.
New American Restaurant in San Francisco, CA, United States
Tea sandwiches range from classic cucumber to mini-Reubens, and pastries include Mini-salted caramel cupcakes, French macarons, Earl Grey shortbread, and toasted coconut rocher. Come in for a breather, or stay for the royal treatment.
South American Restaurant in Oakland, CA, United States
This Easter Sunday, you only need two reasons to head to Oakland's premier Pan-American restaurant: 1.) A 7-hour leg of lamb Oaxacan-style with beans and tomatillo salsa and 2.) Dungeness Crab Benedict for brunch. Enough said.
The three-course meal offers savory dishes like eggs Benedict with whole wheat English muffin, Canadian bacon and rustic potatoes, as well as almond risotto with porcini, asparagus, preserved lemon and parmesan.
Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco, CA, United States
They’ll be offering breakfast favorites like totopos chilaquiles, Dungeness crab sopes Benedict, and all the necessary morning cocktail concoctions to make you feel alive again, like Morningcall and the Mezcal Bloody Mary.
Tired of the same old Easter fare? Head to Mandarin Oriental’s extensive Easter buffet with a carving station, mimosas, and an abundance of Bloody Marys. They’ll also be hosting their annual Easter hunt at 11:00 a.m. and again at 1:00 p.m.
The only restaurant on this list not within BART distance, Nick's Cove is worth the drive for fresh, fresh seafood. As always, a fully-stocked oyster bar will also be available, featuring the Cove’s famous Tomales Bay BBQ oysters ($18 for half dozen).
This year the Palace Hotel is adding new items to its signature Easter brunch menu. Enjoy the addition of a potato latke station, Benedict two ways (traditional and Dungeness crab), the Palace paella, and a Bloody Mary garden(!).