March 27th, 2018


The spring holiday season has arrived and in addition to Easter Bunny photo opps, fun local egg hunts, and an excuse to eat chocolate, there’s one holiday tradition in particular you don’t want to miss—Easter Brunch in Marina del Rey. All of your favorite harbor-side restaurants are featuring special menus and dishes to satisfy every craving and palette—and we have your guide to the best right here. Make your reservations soon and enjoy a festive Sunday brunch!

Image Source: Beachside Restaurant

Whiskey Red’s
13813 Fiji Way Marina del Rey
Price: Adults-$54.95/Children-$24.95

Whiskey Red’s always goes all-out for the holidays and Easter is no exception. Head to the marina’s “largest waterfront patio” for a grand buffet (and complimentary Champagne), plus an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids and a photographer to capture every moment. The buffet is on between 10 am and 4 pm with delicious options that include several carving stations; a raw bar for seafood lovers; breakfast favorites like Eggs Benedict, waffles and made-to-order omelets; and scrumptious items like Chile Relleno, deviled eggs, and much more. Reserve your table ahead of time and remember that an advanced deposit is required.


Café del Rey
4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey
Price: $52 per person (includes sparkling wine, mimosas, sparkling cider, coffee, tea and soda)

Enjoy a fabulous three-course Easter Brunch with options ranging from breakfast favorites like fruit-laced yogurt & granola and Eggs Benedict to lunch specials, including Quiche Lorraine, Kobe burgers with seasoned fries, and a linguine pasta topped with spring veggies, white wine butter sauce, a poached egg and parmesan. A duo of desserts will top of the meal. Reserve your table online now!


Beachside Restaurant at the Jamaica Bay Inn
4175 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey
Prices: Vary per dish

In addition to some of Beachside Restaurant’s regular brunch items (like their awesome Crab Cake Benedict and decadent Fried Chicken & Frangelico Custard French Toast), their Easter brunch will feature specials, such as sriracha-spiked deviled eggs ($9), olive oil poached salmon ($24), and a divine quiche filled with cherry tomatoes, asparagus, artichokes, goat cheese, and fresh herbs ($14). Make your reservation now.


Chart House®
13950 Panay Way, Marina del Rey
Prices: Vary per dish

On Sunday, Chart House’s beautiful Marina del Rey location will be serving up some of their greatest foodie hits from 11 am until 9 pm. Expect the menu to be peppered with expertly prepared favorites like their herb-seasoned prime rib ($31-$43), mac-nut mahi ($40) and some amazing chef-selected specials. Definitely come hungry! Reserve your spot online.


13534 Bali Way, Marina del Rey
Prices: Vary per dish

The Marina del Rey Hotel’s SALT restaurant has an extensive menu available for Easter Sunday, so maybe take a looksie now so you’re not overwhelmed by temptation! Just some of the highlights include Pain de Mie French Toast ($16); the Seaside Continental with a flaky croissant and granola parfait ($15); Prime Dry Aged Burger on a Brioche Bun ($16); Dungeness Crab Louie ($28); Nantucket Lobster Rolls (market price); and for plant-based devotees—Avocado Hummus ($16). Reserve a table online.


The Warehouse
4449 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey
Price: $44.95 per person

The Warehouse’s Easter Brunch Buffet begins at 9 am on Sunday with classic brunch items like omelets; pancakes, waffles and French Toast; a seafood bar; carving stations; Asian-style goodies like potstickers and Kung Pao chicken; and a range of Mexican favorites. The price also includes bottomless mimosas (with a two-hour limit per table). Reserve your table online.


Hornblower Cruises
13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey
Price: Adult-$75/Children-$45/Senior & Military-$67.50

Reserve your table for one of two Hornblower Easter Champagne Brunch Cruises this Sunday and enjoy a two-hour voyage in the harbor, plus a lavish buffet, beautiful views, live entertainment and photo opps with the Easter Bunny! As always, the food spread will be an impressive one and includes options for everyone (including vegans). In addition to a fresh bakery table, there will be an array of salads and cold dishes; hot dishes, such as Crème Brulee French Toast, scrambled eggs and quiche; and a carving station; plus an enormous dessert display. A sample menu is available here. Book reservations online.


What are you doing to celebrate the holidays this weekend? Let us know if you’re brunching in Marina del Rey!