Easter Sunday Brunch Spots in San Diego

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Easter Sunday Brunch is extra special so why not go all out this weekend?  Here are some great locations to get amazing, high quality food to start off your Spring time fun in style.

If you’re looking for an upscale, more formal dining experience, The Crown Room at Hotel Del Coronado is the perfect place for you.  It has beautiful décor, including crystal chandeliers that bring this brunch buffet to another level of gourmet.  There are various buffet stations that include custom-made omelets, prime rib and lamb bussco, breakfast foods including waffles, and a seafood station that boasts crab legs, shrimp cocktail and sushi items.  The dessert station has crème brulee cheesecake, flan and berries con panna.  Not to mention the drink items: mimosas, champagne, Bloody Mary’s, coffee, tea and other beverages are also included.  Be sure to make reservations!

For a more laid back feel, try The Cottage in La Jolla. Their most popular items are the stuffed French toast—filled with strawberries and marscapone cheese, and the eggs benedict—topped with Canadian bacon, mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and a rich hollandaise sauce.  You can also choose to eat outdoors for a breath of fresh air.

Café Chloe in Downtown serves up an authentic French breakfast that will make your mouth water.  They serve traditional French items such as Croque Madame and Croque Monsieur, along with trout salad and pistachio bread pudding.  Only their special pomegranate mimosa is worthy to top off this delicious meal.  With a charming nature and natural lighting flooding the restaurant, this is a wonderful place to enjoy Easter brunch.

While these locations are highly rated and wonderful, there are definitely other restaurants with a brunch to die for.

What are your favorite places to have brunch in San Diego?

If you cook at home for Easter, find some awesome recipes here.

To find even more brunch locations to try this Easter Sunday, look on yelp.com

Photos by Erica Olsen via Flickr and Meg Lessard via Flickr.

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