6 Easter Brunches in Newport Beach Worth Celebrating

Easter Sunday is just days away, and if you haven’t made plans yet, it’s time to hop to it! Newport Beach’s best restaurants are serving up egg-cellent Easter brunches featuring flowing champagne, seafood displays and beautiful bay views. Our city is blooming with Easter festivities this spring! Here’s exactly where to wine, dine and celebrate this year.

VEA Newport Beach

The recently reimagined VEA Newport Beach is the spot for locals and travelers looking for an elevated, celebratory meal. The hotel’s signature VIEW Restaurant & Lounge will be offering brunch for the first time ever, with menu items like Fried Chicken & Waffles, Short Rib Breakfast Potatoes, Buttermilk French Toast and Smoked Salmon. There are also a handful of drink specials, including a Bloody Mary, French 75, Sangria, Raspberry Mule and a selection of champagnes. Easter brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.—don’t miss out!

Make your reservation here.

The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar

Indulge in harbor views and delectable cuisine this Sunday at The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar! This on-the-water restaurant offers a cozy and refined place to celebrate, and on Sunday, April 9, the restaurant is serving up a delicious Easter brunch! For $59 per guest, you and your family or friends can enjoy a curated two-course meal with tasty options like Eggs Benedict, Santa Barbara Smoked Salmon, Braised Beef Short Rib Hash & Fried Eggs and more!

Make your reservation by calling (949) 999-6622.

Balboa Bay Resort

Spend a splendid Sunday on the harbor’s edge, enjoying everything from sushi displays and omelet stations to free-flowing champagne and a chocolate fountain! Easter brunch at Balboa Bay Resort this year will take place in the Grand Ballroom from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and is sure to be a hit! Guests will also get to enjoy live music and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Make your reservation by calling (949) 645-5000.

CUCINA enoteca

Perched on the outskirts of Newport Beach’s shopping mecca, Fashion Island, CUCINA enoteca is a California-Italian kitchen and wine shop that is rolling out various Easter brunch specials. The restaurant boasts the perfect setting for a spring celebration with its light-filled dining room, lush patio, colorful pastel artwork and abundance of florals. Executive Chef Cesar Sarmiento’s brunch specials bring a California-Italian spin to traditional Easter fare, with flavors as bright as the season that inspired them.

Make your reservation here.

Bayside Restaurant

Treat yourself to a champagne brunch at Bayside Restaurant this year, and experience a decadent three-course meal ($80 per adult; $38 per child). Choose between crab cakes or roasted beets and whipped goat cheese for your first course, then decide between steak and eggs, The Bayside Benedict, wild mushroom-crusted halibut and other delicious entrees. Don’t worry—we didn’t forget about dessert, which includes your choice of chocolate three-layer mousse or New York-style Cheesecake.

Make your reservation here

Easter Premier Brunch Cruise

If on-the-water dining is more your style, City Cruises is hosting a luxury Easter Premier Brunch Cruise you won’t want to miss! Revel in Newport Beach’s beautiful spring weather and enjoy amazing photo backdrops, a visit from the Easter Bunny himself and a tasty brunch buffet. There’s no better way to take in incredible views of the city’s scenery while making special memories with friends and family!

Make your reservation here

Written by: Kaylin Waizinger

California, Destinations

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