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SanDiego.com Shares the Best Ideas for Easter Brunch in San Diego

Looking to find out what’s happening for Easter 2013 in San Diego? Finding a good brunch spot for Easter weekend is “egg-sential,” and SanDiego.com has taken all of the hassle out of your search by compiling a list of the best Easter brunch locations in San Diego. All of these are guaranteed to put a “spring” in your step and provide fun the whole family will enjoy.

  1. Hornblower Easter Champagne Brunch Cruise: Experience a unique twist on a traditional Easter Brunch by reserving a spot on the Hornblower Easter Chamagne Brunch Cruise. This cruise embarks on Easter Sunday from San Diego’s Grape Street Pier in downtown San Diego, and will make a fantastic addition to any Easter itinerary. This San Diego activity will last for two hours as guests indulge in a little luxury by sipping champagne or sparkling cider and by choosing from a wide variety of delicious brunch offerings. Guests get their pick of both savory and sweet options to eat, certain to leave them well-satisfied. Hornblower Cruises also provides a narrated tour of San Diego to accompany the breathtaking ocean views and glimpses of iconic San Diego attractions. Families can even commemorate the occasion by having their picture snapped with Hornblower’s very own Easter Bunny.
  2. L’Auberge Del Mar Easter Brunch: The Easter brunch at L'Auberge Del Mar combines a scrumptious buffet with a stunning seaside setting. This San Diego hotel is located in the charming town of Del Mar, and is known for being one of the premiere resorts in Southern California. Their Easter brunch is sure not to disappoint, as guests will get to select from a number of mouth-watering eats and treats at the Waterfall Terrace buffet. Chefs will be whipping up made-to-order omelets, fresh juices and appropriately enough given the waterfront location, plenty of seafood dishes. Guests get to enjoy all these and more as they admire the Pacific Ocean and soak up the San Diego sunshine from their outdoor table.
  3. Westgate Hotel Easter Tea: The Westgate Hotel is located in the thriving Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego. This San Diego hotel offers guests a taste of European decadence of an earlier era. Each weekend, the Westgate Hotel serves afternoon tea, and they will be getting into the Spring spirit by offering up an Easter edition of this elegant event. Taking place in Le Fountainbleu Room, the whole family can nibble on pastries and sandwiches, sip tea, and engage in the many “egg-citing” activities taking place at the hotel on Friday March 29th and Saturday March 30th. Children will be entertained by a magician, and will be eager to have their photo taken with the Easter bunny. Kids can even partake in an Easter egg hunt, racing to search for eggs scattered across the Westgate hotel premises.

Don't procrastinate on making Easter Sunday plans, when SanDiego.com has taken the guesswork out of narrowing down locations for Easter weekend brunch. Make your reservations today!