Easter Sunday is the perfect time to enjoy brunch at one of the many fine restaurants in San Diego. Whether you want to celebrate with a casual family breakfast or an elegant champagne affair, San Diego has something to offer everyone. Start by booking a room for your family at one of the affordable hotels in downtown San Diego and make reservations at one of these first class restaurants for a Sunday meal that your family is sure to remember.
Bertrand at Mister A’s
Exceptional French cuisine and a spectacular view of the city are part of the ambience at Mister A’s, another 4 star favorite. Among brunch selections is Maine lobster salad, Hawaiian bread French toast, and specialty brunch cocktails including a variety of create your own Bloody Marys.
If you chose to stay at one of the cheap hotels near San Diego’s Little Italy, Indio Grill is a must-visit restaurant that is offering a 30 course brunch menu from 11am to 3pm. Chef Debrorah Scott will be whipping up twists on classic favorites such as Pineapple Upside Down French Toast which comes with cardamom ice cream, a chipotle braised chicken burrito and a spinach and mushroom egg white scramble to name a few.
The beautiful Humphrey’s on the waterfront is a favorite spot for locals and yachters who appreciate contemporary California cuisine. Celebrate Easter Sunday and indulge in a Champagne brunch that features delicious, prime rib, made-to-order omelets, chocolate covered strawberries, and unlimited champagne.
Veranda Fireside Lounge and Restaurant
The stylish yet casual Veranda Fireside Lounge and Restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine with a unique California flair, in a setting reminiscent of a villa on the Mediterranean coast. Hearty breakfast buffet selections include french toast with homemade cinnamon bread and pure maple syrup from Vermont. Also be sure to try a specialty house drink like Sangria with pomegranate.
Restaurants that serve Sunday brunch offer fixed menu items as well as a la carte menus, with excellent wines, champagne, and specialty cocktails. Sunday brunch at one of San Diego’s excellent restaurants is even more special when you celebrate Easter with family and friends.
Know someone going to San Diego for Easter? Share this blog post with them so they can enjoy the San Diego dining scene as the locals do! And don’t forget to tell them to reserve an affordable hotel near the San Diego Airport for maximum convenience during their trip.