Easter Brunch Spots in OC you don't want to miss.
Easter is just around the corner, and many are already planning their celebrations. One tradition many enjoy is going out for brunch on Easter Sunday. If you’re looking for the perfect brunch restaurant in Orange County, there are plenty of options to choose from. Looking for restaurants with a view? Or maybe you’re ALL about the vibes. We’ve got you covered.
Views for Days
There are views for days at Orange Hill Restaurant. Located in Orange, this restaurant offers stunning views of the city. The restaurant serves brunch every Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm, and on Easter Sunday, they offer a special menu with holiday favorites such as honey baked ham, roasted leg of lamb, and Easter-themed desserts. You can’t think of brunch without this one on the list. Make sure to grab your reservation in advance, they will fill up.
Looking for some laid back hipster vibes, look no further than Old Vine at the camp in Costa Mesa. This cozy restaurant offers a farm-to-table dining experience, with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. The brunch menu features dishes such as French toast, eggs Benedict, and breakfast burritos. On Easter Sunday, the restaurant offers a special brunch menu with holiday favorites such as roasted lamb and asparagus frittatas.
Seabirds Kitchen in Costa Mesa is a great choice with the Vegan friendly options you’ve been looking for. This restaurant offers a 100% plant-based menu with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients. The brunch menu features dishes such as tofu scrambles, avocado toast, and breakfast burritos. On Easter Sunday, the restaurant offers a special brunch menu with holiday-themed dishes such as vegan quiche, vegan cinnamon rolls, and vegan carrot cake.
Not your Average Brunch
The Ramos House Cafe in San Juan Capistrano is worth checking out. This restaurant is located in a historic home built in the late 1800s and offers a charming, rustic atmosphere. The brunch menu features dishes such as shrimp and grits, fried chicken and waffles, and smoked salmon hash.
The Waterline in Newport Beach is just what you’re looking for with a view perfect for any celebration. Located in the beautiful Balboa Bay Resort, this restaurant offers a waterfront setting and an extensive brunch menu that includes seafood towers, omelets, and seasonal fruits. Easter Sunday, there specialty menu offers traditional holiday dishes such as honey glazed ham, roasted turkey, and hot cross buns.
Farm to Table
TAPS Fish House & Brewery in Brea is where its at for fresh farm to table food that will keep you coming back long after Easter. This restaurant offers a unique brunch menu that includes lobster Benedict, brioche French toast, and sushi rolls. On Easter Sunday, they offer a special three-course menu that includes a choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert. The menu features dishes such as herb-crusted prime rib and braised lamb shank.
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