Hopping Places to Celebrate Easter in the San Francisco Bay Area


EASTER DAY is Sunday March 31st this year, so get yourself ready for some springtime celebrating. Here are some places around town to meet all of your brunch (and beyond) needs if you’re in the San Francisco/Bay Area in California.

~SPRUCE~ is serving a special three-course Easter brunch (oooh, special!) from 10:30am-3pm. You’ll have a choice of different mains and appetizers; check out the full menu here. The brunch costs $65 per person, not including tax or tip, and reservations can be made by calling 415-931-5100.

Check out the three-course brunch at ~FOREIGN CINEMA~, which includes choices like a warm brandade, French toast, and a croque-madame. The brunch costs $45 per person, $15 for children, and reservations can be made by calling 415-648-7600.

Downtown, the ~BRASSERIE S&P~ will be serving a special brunch menu from 10am-4pm, plus bottomless mimosas for $25, and the usual selection of excellent gin cocktails. There’s a rumor that the Easter Bunny will stop in too. Reservations can be made by calling 415-986-2020.

At ~TWENTY FIVE LUSK~ you’ll find a three-course prix-fixe brunch with choices for $35 per person from 11am-2pm. Check out the menu choices here, and make reservations online or by calling 415-495-5875.

For something a little different (and way fun), check out the Sunday’s a Drag brunch at ~HARRY DENTON’S STARLIGHT ROOM~ at the Sir Francis Drake. The special Easter show includes an Easter bonnet compeition, and obviously you’re encouraged to wear yours too.

The show includes a brunch buffet, and adult beverages can be purchased as well. There are two shows, one at noon (doors at 11am) and the second at 2:30pm (doors at 1:30pm). Reservations can be made by calling 415-395-8595. Sir Francis Drake Hotel, 21st floor, 450 Powell St. at Sutter, 415-395-8595.

If your taste runs more toward dinner than brunch, check out the poutry dinner at ~A16~. Sonoma County Poultry will be featured on the menu, with Liberty duck and Easter specialties available in addition to the regular menu.

~DELFINA~ is opening early on Easter Sunday, if a late lunch/early dinner is your style. Doors open at 3:30pm, and reservations can be made here.

If you’re thinking about taking a jaunt for Easter, take the ferry to Sausalito and catch lunch or dinner at ~POGGIO~, where there will be a special menu with lots of springtime egg dishes like asparagus Milanese, or check out the lamb chops. Mmmm, lamb chops. Lunch begins at 11:30am, and dinner begins at 5:30pm.

Photo credit: pwcmoms.

Marcia Gagliardi
Marcia Gagliardi is a freelance food writer in San Francisco. She writes a weekly column, Foodie 411 for the SFCVB on their “Taste” site; a monthly gossip column, “The Tablehopper” for The Northside; and regular features for Edible San Francisco. Her first book came out in March 2010: The Tablehopper’s Guide to Dining and Drinking in San Francisco: Find the Right Spot for Every Occasion.
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