The 3 Best Places to Have Easter Brunch in San Francisco
Easter brunch is one of my very favorite traditions, and no one does it better than San Francisco. While I won’t be home in California for Easter this year (You can find out where I will be on my Instagram!), I still wanted to highlight some of my very favorite options for brunch in the City. Here are the top 5 best, most beautiful, most over-the-top Easter brunches that will create memories you and your family will treasure for a lifetime.
1. The Westin St. Francis
The Westin St. Francis is a perfect Easter Brunch option. The gorgeous hotel, located conveniently right in Union Square about a block from the Powell Street Bart Station, boasts a gorgeous restaurant and a delicious Easter buffet. Created by Executive Chef Bernd Liebergesell and his talented culinary team, the buffet includes a made-to-order omelet station, a carving station with honey Dijon ham and rosemary garlic leg of lamb, a full seafood station, grilled chicken apple sausages, thyme roasted potatoes, cheese blintzes with assorted fruit toppings, and of course, tons of tempting desserts. You can view the whole delicious Easter brunch menu here.
Reservations available Sunday from 10:30am – 2pm. Cost: $69 for Adults| $35 for children 12 and under (exclusive of tax and gratuity). Includes a complimentary glass of sparkling wine or mimosa. Complimentary for children ages three and under. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling (415) 774-0264.
2. The Garden Court at the Palace Hotel
One of my very favorite spaces in San Francisco is the Palace Hotel’s Garden Court. The impressive hotel is one of San Francisco’s oldest and most classic resorts – and it’s grandeur interiors are quite simply to-die-for. Eating Easter brunch here under the Palace’s magnificent domed stained-glass ceiling is elegant, refined, and a must-do.
You can view the whole mouth-watering Easter brunch menu here.
The Garden Court and Grand Ballroom Reservations available from 10:30am – 3:30pm. Cost is $145 Adults | $75 Children 5 to 12 years of age
3. Top of the Mark
High above the city on the 19th floor of the iconic Mark Hopkins Hotel in Nob Hill lies the Top of the Mark – a lavish and fabulous spot to have your Easter brunch. Offerings include an extraordinary buffet featuring beef tenderloin, salmon vera cruz, shrimp scampi and lots and lots of champagne. You’ll also listen to live music from local jazz pianist and even get to see the Easter bunny!
Top of the Mark reservations available 10am – 2pm by calling 415-616-6940.$129 per adult | $65 per child (ages 4-12) (prices exclude tax & gratuity). Dress code strictly enforced – no shorts or hats allowed inside.
I’m hoping to get to San Francisco or LA this summer. Thanks for the recommendations!
Thanks for the great information. I have decided to visit Top of the mark.
Happy coming Easter to you and your family.
Amazing information. Thanks for sharing.
I love going to the top of the mark.