Americano Restaurant & Bar
From 10am – 2pm we will have an a la carte menu available in our dining room where Chef Josh will be preparing specials such as Crispy Pork Belly on a Buttermilk Biscuit and Corned Beef Eggs Benedict. In addition to our A La Carte menu, we will also have a buffet available from 10am – 2pm with brunch classics for $35.00 per guest (includes coffee and juice).
Aster will be offering their delicious brunch service from 10:30am – 2pm serving up savory delights including their notorious breakfast sandwich with porchetta, sunny egg, and hot sauce on an english muffin to sweets including sourdough bread pudding with smoked honey, fig and cultured cream. Reservations can be made here.
Americano Restaurant & Bar
With 180-degree views of unbeatable panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, Americano Restaurant & Bar makes for an ideal location to spend Easter Brunch in the Bay Area this year and every year. Large communal tables both indoor and out, offer comfortable and convenient dinning for groups and a curated cocktail and wine list pleases the most discerning guests. Executive Chef Josua Perez will be preparing traditional Easter Brunch dishes with a modern upgrade such as Crispy Pork Belly on a Buttermilk Biscuit, Fava Bean & Burrata Scramble and Pan de Mie French Toast. For those who want a little bit of everything, a sophisticated and plentiful buffet will also be offered. Sunday, April 16 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.$35 per person. 8 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105. Reservations here.
Bluestem Brasserie – Husband-wife duo, Adam and Stacy Jed, are celebrating both Passover and Easter at their urban neighborhood restaurant. Special additions on the menu include the below. 1 Yerba Buena Ln, San Francisco, CA 94103.
- Easter Basket from Pastry Chef Lori Baker, featuring housemade breads such as carrot cake, strawberry, and lemon poppy seed
- Matzo Brei a traditional Jewish dish made from matzo fried with eggs. Guests who order the Matzo Brei will get a special takeaway treat, Chocolate-Covered Caramelized Matzo
EPIC Steak, San Francisco’s premier steakhouse, will be hosting a bountiful Easter brunch on Sunday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The brunch with feature a three-course pre-fixe menu by Executive Chef Parke Ulrich, with highlights including the below. Sunday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $55 per person.
- Drakes Bay Oysters with Paddlefish Caviar
- Charred asparagus salad with house-cured gravlax, ricotta, and slow cooked egg
- Smoked tri-tip steak with grilled cauliflower, smashed fingerlings, and salsa romesco
- Alaskan Halibut Acqua Pazza with braised artichokes, Manila clams, and chorizo
- Bittersweet chocolate trifle with crystallized hazelnuts and vanilla Chantilly
- Toasted marshmallow ice cream sandwich with graham cracker cookies and caramel sauce
In addition, the restaurant will be offering a “Easter Honey Bee Bubbles” flight of Heidrun Meadery “Alfalfa & Clover Blossom,” “Oregon Madras Carrot Blossom,” and “California Orange Blossom” sparkling mead, priced at $16. 369 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105
Finn Town – The “Tavern with a Twist” will be celebrating Easter with their “Bet Your Bonnet – Spring Goddess Celebration” on Sunday, April 16th. The full brunch menu will be available from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. while the full dinner menu will be available from 5:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. During brunch, the tavern will screen Who Framed Roger Rabbit paired with specialty dishes including the below. 2251 Market St. CA 94114.
- Easter Ham & Homemade Biscuits with a spicy pepper jelly
- Salmon Eggs Benny with spiced avocado, marinated cucumbers, chimichurri, hollandaise, salad, and potato cake
- Fried Egg Sandwich with rosemary pepper bacon, white cheddar, triple egg aioli, pork belly gravy, housemade English muffin, salad and a potato cake
Special dinner offerings at Finn Town will include:
- Lamb Meatloaf with pint pesto, Swiss chard, and fingerling potatoes
- Duck Pot Pie with winter vegetables and buttery thyme crust
- Grilled Carrots with bucheron
Foreign Cinema – San Francisco’s most beloved brunch gets an upgrade on Easter Sunday every year. Typically, diners can enjoy a set price ($70 ballpark) three course menu which can be mixed and match a la carte style; always family friendly, there’s also a children’s option with a lower price tag (approximately $25). So snag a reservation as patio spots will fill up quickly, and bring the whole family. Call 415-648-7600 for reservations or book via the website through Openable here.
Jardinière is hosting an Easter themed Monday Night Supper Club dinner on April 17th featuring Star Route Farms and Devil’s Gulch Rabbit. Jardinière offers a different themed 3-course dinner with beverage pairings for a steal of $55 every Monday night, except for the occasional blackout date. Reservations can be made here.
Easter is early this year, arriving on Sunday, April 16th, and PSC is offering a number of Easter Brunch specials. You can start with fresh Local Dungeness Crab Salad with Shaved Asparagus, an 8 Minute Egg, Radish, Hazelnuts, and Spring Greens, tossed in a Champagne Vinaigrette. Follow with a delicious Braised Anderson Valley Lamb Shoulder over Soft Polenta and topped with a with a Fried Farm Egg. Back by popular demand; our cult favorite Cubano with Mojo Sauce & Organic Greens. We’ll also be serving Eggs Benedict with Two Soft Poached Farm Eggs with Spinach, an English Muffin, & Hollandaise Sauce. And of course, accompany your food with signature brunch cocktails such as a PSC Spritzer, Mimosa,or Bellini with fresh juice. Call 415.885.1888 to make a reservation today in the elegant and airy dining room or request a table on the sun drenched outdoor deck for brunch service.
For Easter, San Francisco’s Recchiuti Confections is offerings its Force Noir Chocolate Eggs ($24, dark chocolate shells filled with vanilla-laced chocolate), Caramel Eggs ($24, thin milk chocolate shells filled with creamy burnt caramel and accented with pastel details), and the Hoopster Bunnies ($24, four hipster bunnies adorn 8 pieces of Recchiuti’s signatureBurnt Caramel Truffle). Order online, or pick up from Recchiuti’s flagship shop in the Ferry Building, or from the new Recchiuti at theLab retail shop in Dogpatch.
Top of the Mark at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins invites you to join them for their annual Easter brunch on Sunday, April 16! Located on the 19th floor of the hotel, Top of the Mark’s brunch buffet also includes entertainment by Michael Athens on piano and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Under the direction of Chef Michael Wong, guests will enjoy a seafood station of oysters, crab, smoked salmon and caviar; cheese and charcuterie; salads and soups; and roasting station featuring Roasted Prime Rib of Beef with Creamy Horseradish and Bourbon Infused Au Jus and Grilled Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce. In addition to a number of entrees including Dim Sum to breakfast specialties, guests can indulge in a festive dessert station from the hotel’s pastry shop including chocolate eggs, marshmallow bunnies, cakes, pies, and more. Easter brunch is available from 10am – 2pm; $125 per adult and $65 per child ages 4 – 12; prices exclude tax and gratuity. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Please call 415-616-6940 Mondays – Fridays : 9am-4pm.
The Commissary is offering an Easter Sunday brunch on April 16th from 11am – 3pm. The menu will feature duck confit with braised red cabbage and poached eggs, “eggs in a hole” with pork belly and brioche, and many more delicious offerings. Reservations can be made here.
4505 Meats will be doing their famous Easter Ham Sandwiches on April 16th. They get heritage pork legs, split, brine and smoke them in house to make their house cured & smoked ham. The ham is shaved thin, bread and butter pickles are piled on with sliced gruyere, crispy onion strings and sandwiched between an Acme pan de mie roll. Available for delivery and dining in.
This Easter, RN74 San Francisco is offering delectable French-inspired dishes, curated especially for this occasion. Guests are invited to don their Sunday best and feast on items including Croque Madame Gougeres, RN74 Steak Tartare, and Pomme Fondue Beignets. Reservations are recommended.
About RN74 San Francisco: Named after Route Nationale 74, the main highway that runs through the Burgundy wine region of France, RN74 San Francisco features an expansive wine list, created by James Beard Award winning author and wine director Rajat Parr, showcasing the best expressions of Burgundy and other international wine regions, paired with refined regional French cuisine. RN74 has held Wine Spectator’s coveted Grand Award since 2010, its first year of eligibility. Located at 301 Mission Street at Beale, RN74 San Francisco was the first wine bar and restaurant for Parr and Michael Mina. For more information, call (415) 543.7474, visit the website at www.michaelmina.net, find RN74 on Facebook and follow on Twitter @RN74. 301 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105. www.RN74.com
Roka Akor invites you to join them in celebration of Easter Sunday on April 16! Guests will enjoy the always elevated Roka Akor experience with a decadent three-course menu, intended for the entire table to share. To kick off the holiday meal, Executive Chef Roman Petry offers Escolar Tataki with white asparagus and yuzu, Japanese Style Fried Chicken with smoked chili aioli, and Hamachi Serrano Chili Roll. Savory Robata Grilled Lamb Chops with Korean spices, Yuzu Miso Marinated Black Cod wrapped in a Japanese magnolia leaf, and Sweet Corn with butter and soy will follow. Finish on the sweet side with a Raspberry and Almond Usiguri with rose crème anglaise and lychee sorbet. Roka Akor’s Easter menu is available from 5:30 – 10 p.m.; $58 per person with a two person minimum. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be booked by calling Roka Akor directly at 415.362.8887.
The Grill at The St. Regis San Francisco
The Grill, located in The St. Regis San Francisco, began earlier this year as a pop-up and has since become a permanent fixture at the city’s premier address for relaxed luxury and timeless elegance. Executive Chef Desplechin presents an approachable bespoke menu featuring re-imagined classics and a minimalistic approach to preparation. Menu items incorporate locally-sourced seasonal ingredients and honey from the hotel’s proprietary beehives.
On Easter, the Grill will offer a special brunch menu, featuring dishes such as: Buttermilk Chocolate Pancakes with Warm Fudge Sauce and Bananas, Braised Lamb Shank Benedict with Petaluma Egg and Hollandaise Sauce, and Honey Baked Ham Stuffed Deviled Eggs with Italian Speck and Roasted Garlic. 125 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103.
Trace at The W Hotel
In celebration of Easter Sunday, TRACE at the W San Francisco invites guest to a very special brunch on Sunday, April 16, from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m., featuring special menu items showcasing the freshest flavors of springtime combined with breakfast classics! Crafted by Executive Chef Jason Rea, TRACE’s Easter Brunch menu includes items such as Deviled Eggs and Caviar with potato rosti, crema, chive; Strawberry Rhubarb Pop Tarts; Buck Wheat Crepe’s with house made farmer’s cheese Meyer lemon preserves, honey; or Roasted Leg of Lamb with baby vegetables from the Ferry Building Farmer’s Market. Easter Sunday, April 16 from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Here for Reservations or call 415.817.7836. TRACE will offer festive libations such as its signature TRACE Bloody Mary, Polish Mule and Sparkling Summer beverage, during the meal as well. 181 Third Street, San Francisco. www.trace-sf.com