Brunch or Dinner? Long Beach restaurants are ready for Easter Sunday
2013-03-25 · By Editor
Easter is almost here. Still trying to decide whether you’d rather slave over a hot stove or let someone else do the dishes? Check out our list of Long Beach Restaurants serving Easter Brunch.
You can savor the view with a brunch overlooking the ocean, enjoy a family-friendly breakfast with the Easter Bunny, or skip brunch and head out for an Easter dinner al fresco. Each restaurant on this list offers more than a special Easter menu, from ocean voyages to free-flowing mimosas and three-course menus. Just make your choice early, because walking in to a restaurant on Easter Sunday without a reservation is no way to celebrate!
Here are some suggestions of local restaurants to enjoy your holiday meal on Easter Sunday. Details are subject to change, please confirm pricing with the restaurant.
Hop on Over to Brunch at Parkers’ Lighthouse
Enjoy a Champagne Brunch Buffet (10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m) with the entire family, featuring unlimited champagne and mimosas! We’re preparing a sweeping buffet of the freshest seafood, salads, carving station, sweets, and so much more. $42 for adults, $19 for children six to 12 years of age, and children five and under are free. Reservations for brunch will be taken every half hour. Call (562) 432-6500 or visit their website. The regular dinner menu will be available from 3-10pm.
The Queen Mary Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch
Located in the elegant Grand Salon, the ship’s original First-Class Dining Room, the Champagne Sunday Brunch is a Southern California legend. Live entertainment sets the mood and free-flowing champagne served in 1930s-style glasses raises Sunday morning spirits. With a variety of action stations and more than 50 exceptional dishes, the Queen Mary’s Champagne brunch offers food from around the globe. 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. $59.95 per Adult and $19.95 per Child (5-11 years). Call 562-499-1606 for reservations.
Easter Sunday Brunch Cruise
Savor your meal while overlooking the water during Easter Brunch at Claire’s at the Museum. The Long Beach Museum of Art’s oceanfront dining area offers indoor seating in the Historic Anderson House or the outdoor patio surrounding a stunning water sculpture. Reservations required. Museum members $39.95; adults, $44.95; children (under 10) $12.95. Reservations are required, call 562-439-2119 extension 270. For details, check out their flyer.
Easter Sunday Brunch on the Patio at the Maya
Enjoy your Easter meal al fresco on the waterfront patio of Fuego at the Maya, 700 Queensway Drive, Long Beach. Fuego at Hotel Maya is set to feature a Champagne Easter brunch topped off with the sensational sounds of live Latin jazz from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition to brunch favorites such as omelette and carving stations, guests will enjoy Fuego specialties like the seafood and ceviche station. Hotel Maya is located at 700 Queensway Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802. Costs $54 per adult; $27 children under 12; and free for children under 5, plus tax and gratuity. For Easter brunch reservations, please call 562-481-3910 or visit www.fuegolongbeach.com.
Easter Sunday Buffet at the Aquarium
Head downtown for a buffet-style Easter Brunch on the front lawn of the Aquarium of the Pacific from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Kids will receive a special surprise gift. The cost is $48 for adults, $38 for children and includes admission to the Aquarium; members save $10. The Aquarium of the Pacific is located at 100 Aquarium Way. Call (562) 590-3100 for reservations or visit http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/events for details.
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