The 9 Best Easter Brunches In Downtown LA

With Easter less than two weeks away, it’s time to start making brunch plans for where to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. From rustic Italian spots that transport you to Northern Italy to meals straight out of France, Downtown LA offers a wide array of dining options to satisfy even the pickiest eaters come Easter Sunday. Like a restaurant that you see below? DTLAer has provided links to help you book your Easter brunch quick and easily.

*Reservation availability current as of Tuesday, March 20*

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Chef Vartan Abgaryan offers guests fresh biscuits with maple butter upon arrival for his Easter brunch. The meal continues with the choice of seven starters, including grilled asparagus and smoked salmon tartine, before giving way to the selection of seven different entrees with crispy octopus and shakshuka among the highlights.

http://greatlakesshipwreckfestival.org/exhibits/ Reservations currently available: Yes (via OpenTable)

633 W. 5th St. – 71st Floor | Los Angeles, CA 90071

Rossoblu

Brunch has been a recent and welcome addition to chef Steve Samson’s City Market South stunner. Offerings range from Nutella stuffed French toast to the Bolo Burger, which is receiving high acclaim across social media outlets. The Brodo Mary (Samson’s take on the classic Bloody) and Rosato Pimm’s Cup comprise just a few of Rossoblu’s cocktails available during brunch.

http://shugdenfacts.com/hhtutors/ Reservations currently available: Yes (via OpenTable)

1124 San Julian St. | Los Angeles, CA 90015

Orsa & Winston

Chef Josef Centeno’s Japanese/Italian fine dining establishment ushered in brunch as part of the weekend routine earlier this year and has garnered praise for its thoughtful offerings. From cured anchovies to a smoked fish plate, Centeno relies heavily on seafood from starters to bigger plates, but rounds out the menu with steak and porchetta sandos.

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122 W. 4th St. | Los Angeles, CA 90013

Redbird

The former Vibiana rectory building turned restaurant elevates its already stellar brunch game come Easter with a set two-course menu featuring a starter and a main. Guests will begin brunch with the selection of a small dish such as the salmon pastrami, scotch egg, and cornmeal waffle with the heritage pork shoulder, rainbow trout, and spring pea ravioli as options to complete the meal.

Reservations currently available: Yes (via OpenTable)

114 E. 2nd St. | Los Angeles, CA 90012

NoMad Lobby

While dining at chef Daniel Humm’s NoMad Hotel in Downtown LA is a vastly different experience than the wunderkind’s three-Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park in New York City, there’s still something utterly intoxicating about enjoying a meal in the former Bank of Italy building. Brunch is a relative newcomer at the NoMad as it continues to take shape in Humm’s more casual but equally impressive Lobby restaurant with popular dishes including the dry-aged burger and tagliatelle, along with a laundry list of craft cocktails, beer & wine.

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649 S. Olive St. | Los Angeles, CA 90014

Faith & Flower

In addition to its regular brunch menu, Faith & Flower is expected to offer a series of specials, which included buckwheat pancakes and Maine lobster Benedict, among other dishes, during last year’s event. A series of raw bar options and egg dishes are just a few of the selections available on the full menu along with a thoughtful collection of cocktails and classic brunch beverages.

Reservations currently available: Yes (via OpenTable)

705 W. 9th St. | Los Angeles, CA 90015

Spring

The Easter brunch menu at Spring might be the most robust of all the restaurants on DTLAer’s list given its three courses including three different types of desserts each guest will receive along with an amuse bouche. Guests may choose from an assortment of pastries, avocado tartine or carrot-ginger soup to start with the second course including options of eggs Florentine, Mary’s chicken breast, or lamb shank. The meal will conclude with a Spring Easter “egg”, carrot cake & Louis XV for dessert.

Reservations currently available: Yes (via OpenTable)

257 S. Spring St. | Los Angeles, CA 90012

Otium

Brunch at Otium is a varied affair with a range of small to larger plate options from both land and sea. Highlights include bourbon glazed ham and Korubuta pork short ribs along with a full selection of handcrafted cocktails, beer, and wine. Pro tip: The Jasper Johns exhibit at the Broad is a must and tickets may be had on the secondary market.

Reservations currently available: Yes (via SEVENROOMS)

222 S. Hope St. | Los Angeles, CA 90012

Manuela

The Arts District’s ode to the South strives for a balance of gut-busting fare with healthier options including an entire section of the menu dedicated to vegetables. Manuela’s meat and pickle plate is perfect for sharing at the start of the meal and top entrees range from the venison burger to crisp polenta. Don’t forget to order the fingerling home fries, which may be the strongest dish on the menu.

Reservations currently available: Yes (via Resy)

907 E. 3rd St. | Los Angeles, CA 90013

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