Feast on seafood, prime rib, pasta and salad during Easter brunch at Cavatina at the Sunset Marquis. Offering something for everyone, the brunch features a seafood bar (think California prawns, King crab legs and sushi); display stations boasting bagels and cream cheese, sliced charcuterie and cheeses; a carving station with prime rib and ham; a pasta and bread station; and more. Pack it in (what else is a buffet for?), but make sure to leave room for dessert: there are pound cakes and bread pudding, croissants and the chef’s selection of mini treats.
Easter Sunday is synonymous with brunch. Whether you’re the person who loves waffles and French Toast or slow-roasted meats, raw seafood bars and spring green side dishes, brunch has a little bit of something for everyone. Leave the cooking to the pros this year, and check out what some of this city’s restaurants have in store.
If you’re planning on having Easter brunch out this year (no one will blame you), here’s a guide to restaurants offering brunch, and even a few Easter egg hunts, in and around the L.A. area. Because even if your family’s tradition includes roast leg of lamb, crab eggs Benedict and bottomless mimosas, there’s a restaurant that will prepare those things for you. And this way, after all those chocolate eggs and omelets, you can head home to make a Peeps diorama, and let someone else do the dishes.
The Sunset Strip was arguably where heavy rock was born. The Who, The Kinks and Led Zeppelin all played their first US shows at The Whisky a Go Go, turning what had been a hippy hangout into a more raucous affair. The Hyatt House on the Strip became known as the ‘riot house’ for all the groupies, parties and drummers riding motorbikes up and down its corridors. But hidden away just off the Strip was a far more private and – initially – a quieter place for musicians to stay: the Sunset Marquis.
Shrug off your daily stresses without ever leaving town with an L.A. staycation, also a great reminder that you live in the best city in the world
When we reviewed West Hollywood’s Cavatina a couple of years ago, we were absolutely smitten with the brilliantly conceived Mediterranean-inspired small plates and the ambiance of Sunset Marquis which encircles this island of culinary delights. follow story on page 30:
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