THE BLOGTHE LATEST FROM WEST HOLLYWOOD DESIGN DISTRICT
Top 3 Spots for Easter Brunch
Sunday Brunch is a staple in LA culture. In fact, most weekends are planned around finding the perfect rendezvous for groups to gather, reminisce about the weekend’s happenings and alleviate the worries of the impending workweek.
This Sunday features the Holy Grail (pun intended) of all Sunday Brunches: Easter Brunch, and what better place to gather with your friends and loved ones this Sunday than the chic, effervescent area of the West Hollywood Design District. Enjoy a stress-free day of easily traversed shopping and dining throughout LA’s most coveted neighborhood. Below are just a few of the wonderful Easter Brunch dining selections that the design district has to offer:
1) Cecconi’s, 8764 Melrose Avenue
Cecconi’s is a spacious, open-air restaurant, designed with an elegant aesthetic that’s focused around a pristine, cumbersome marble bar that’s swoon-worthy. Indulge in their Easter specials that utilize spring produce, such as the zucchini blossoms, asparagus and stracchino pizza, or eggs with asparagus and truffles.
2) Petrossian, 321 N Robertson Boulevard
Feeling a bit more ostentatious? No problem. Petrossian has a sophisticated and refined décor that will have you happy you wore your Sunday’s best. Expect an Easter Brunch menu classed up with the finest caviar. Their signature Brunch favorites, such as the smoked salmon bagel with caviar or caviar scrambled eggs, are available along with a $65 three course fixed menu.
3) Tortilla Republic, 616 N Robertson Boulevard
Family not in town for the holiday? Then try a fun, upbeat Easter Brunch with your friends at Tortilla Republic. They’re open bright and early, at 10am, with $16 bottomless mimosas and an adult Easter Egg hunt, which, to be honest, has me curious enough to visit just for that.
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