Beachside Easter Brunch in San Diego

This Easter Sunday, April 8, 2012, make sure to enjoy your champagne brunch with a side of ocean views. With San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches, it is easy to find an amazing restaurant at any point along the coast. Get the most mileage out of your Easter with these great beachside brunch recommendations. Reservations are limited, so hop to it!

Crown Room at the Hotel del Coronado

Crown Room at the Hotel del Coronado

Coronado

The Hotel Del Coronado Easter Champagne Brunch Buffet  is the grand dame of Easter brunches, elegantly served in the oceanfront Ballroom and the magnificent Crown Room. The sumptuous buffet will feature classic holiday fare for adults as well as a special children’s buffet. Both the Crown Room and the Ballroom will have live musical entertainment. 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. $80 for adults and $34 for children ages 6-10 (not including tax and gratuity). Children 5 and under eat free.

Downtown

Celebrate Easter in the spirit of Aloha across the bridge from Coronado at Buster’s Beach House in Seaport Village with champagne, made to order omelets, carved ham and freshly baked muffins. 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. $23.95 for adults and $9.95 for children ages 3-ll (not including tax and gratuity).

Baleen at Paradise Point Resort & Spa

Baleen at Paradise Point Resort & Spa

Mission Bay

It’s not technically the beach, but you can dock your boat right outside the award-winning San Diego waterfront restaurant, Baleen, at Paradise Point Resort & Spa this Easter. The menu will include brie and apricot waffles, apple-brined porkchop and upside-down pineapple pancakes (yum!). 10:00 am – 3:00 pm with entrees starting at just $12.

JRDN

Pacific Beach

Beautifully perched on the Pacific Beach boardwalk, Jrdn at Tower23 commingles California casual and West Coast hip and is perfect for those interested in a little less Easter and a little more beachside brunch. Full brunch menu from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.

The Shores Restaurant at La Jolla Shores Hotel

La Jolla

Join The Shores Restaurant at the La Jolla Shores Hotel for an extensive oceanfront brunch buffet this Easter. Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Amy DiBiase highlight local flavors with special menu items, such as Lavendar Honey Glazed Bone-In Iowa Ham, a decadent French Toast Station and Children’s Station. 10:00 am – 2:30 pm. $46 for adults. $23 for children ages 6-12, $4 per year for children 5 and under.

Del Mar

Can’t decide between oysters and omelets this Easter? You don’t have to at Waterfall Terrace at L’Auberge Del Mar. 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. $65 for adults and $32.50 for children ages 12 and under.

With 70 miles of beach, I couldn’t list them all! Where will you be brunching beachside this Sunday?

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About Maren

San Diego raised and New York City educated, I trained as a classical singer before switching to tourism marketing. Now I love telling the world about San Diego’s diverse offerings, from live music to live uni. As a friend recently told me, “tough job.”

What would you do on your ideal San Diego Day?

For me, a perfect day always involves something I haven’t done before. And even though I grew up  in San Diego, there is SO much to do I can usually find a way to make any day ideal. Next on the list is paragliding at Torrey Pines. I also need to meet more people with boats. Anyone?

What is your favorite San Diego outdoor activity?

I am a sucker for street fairs, county fairs, music festivals and block parties. The weather is always nice, the food is always sinful and the people are always interesting. I’ve been to the San Diego County Fair 3 times already!!!

Do you prefer burgers and beer or linguine and red wine?

Tacos. Why does this question not include tacos? Fish tacos, carne asada, carnitas, shrimp, lobster, chorizo, vegetarian- I don’t care. Put it in a corn tortilla and give it to me. Or any creation by the fabulous Jason Knibb over at 9-10 Restaurant in La Jolla.

Latest music purchases for my iPod player are…

Confession: I don’t buy! I Pandora. I love everything from Tuvan throat singing to Lady Gaga. But seriously, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony. Listen to it. Then we can talk.

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