Easter Brunch in San Francisco

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Food-obsessed San Francisco has plenty of dining options for Easter 2015. For starters, Open Table lists more than 200 restaurants in the Bay Area of all cuisines and price ranges that are serving Easter brunch, lunch or dinner specials during April 3-5, 2015.

If you’re wearing your Easter best and seeking a fabulous brunch to match, or if you’re dying to hunt for eggs or meet the Easter Bunny, many of San Francisco’s storied hotels can oblige on April 5, 2015. Below are some of them. And of course there are plenty of things to do besides eat, listed in our guide to Easter weekend events.

The Fairmont San Francisco
Two restaurants offer brunch. The Crown Room’s spread (seatings from 10 am-3pm) has a seafood bar with oysters and crab, ribeye, sushi, a pasta station, kids’ favs and dozens of other items, with views overlooking the city, a jazz trio playing and a glass of sparkling wine for adults. The Easter Bunny will pass out treats, and you can visit a petting zoo at the hotel’s rooftop garden from 11 am to 4 pm. Ages 12 and up, $119; ages 11 and under, $60. Reservations: (415) 772-5144..At Laurel Court, the Enhanced Easter Breakfast Buffet (9 am-2 pm) includes an omelet station, salmon and pastries, and is $49 for ages 12 and up and $25 for those under 12.

Reservations: (415) 772-5260.

InterContinental Mark Hopkins
Prime rib, roasted lamb, caviar, oysters, duck l’orange, dim sum and crepes are just a few of the selections at the lavish smorgasbord at the Top of the Mark. A pianist and the Easter Bunny entertain. From 10 am-2 pm. Ages 13 and up, $119; ages 4-12, $59. Reservations required: (415) 616-6940.

InterContinental San Francisco
The Michelin-starred Luce restaurant at the InterContinental San Francisco in SoMa offers a buffet featuring poached prawns, beef tenderloin, dim sum from City View Restaurant, an omelette station and bottomless mimosas and more. From 11 am-2:30 pm. Ages 13 and up, $79; ages 4-12, $45.  Reservations: (415) 616-6566.

Palace Hotel
An over-the-top array of food stations serving everything from blinis and beignets to carrots in various forms, potato latkes, sashimi and risotto. From 10:30 am-3:30 pm in the Garden Court and Grand Ballroom. Ages 13 and up, $125; ages 5-12, $65. Reservations: (415) 546-5089.

Westin St. Francis 
At the Oak Room Restaurant, the buffet includes roasted salmon, leg of lamb, assorted tarts and French macarons. From 10 am-2 pm. Ages 13 and up, $84; ages 12 and under, $42. Reservations: (415) 774-0264.

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