5 Exceptional Easter Brunches in San Francisco - The Taste Edit

5 Exceptional Easter Brunches in San Francisco

Where to eat for easter brunch in San Francisco - Tulip Festival in Portland Oregon - The Taste Edit


No plans for Easter brunch, lunch, or dinner yet? Here are some great options to celebrate in San Francisco. Make your reservations ASAP to secure your spot!

  1. A16
    Pasqua begins this Thursday night and runs through Sunday. Special dishes we’re excited about include Double 8 Buffalo Milk Ricotta, Minestra Maritata (braised pork, pork meatballs, pecorino, escarole, calabrian chili), Pizza Strapazzate (scrambled egg, salami, spring onion, fior di latte, Grana Padano), Lamb Verdetto (new potato, English pea, egg yolk, Grana Padano), Pastiera Napoletana (wheat berry, ricotta, lemon), Torta Pasqualina (puff pastry, buffalo milk ricotta, spinach, chard, spring onion, hard cooked egg), Potato Gnocchi (snap pea, English pea, cheese brood, pecorino riserva), and McFarland Spring Trout (fiddlehead fern, preserved bergamot, English pea). As always, the wine pairings are spot-on and include hard-to-find labels hand picked by Shelley Lindgren.
  2.  Presidio Social Club
    Start with local Dungeness crab salad and shaved asparagus. Follow with a delicious braised Anderson Valley lamb shoulder over polenta. Don’t miss the signature brunch cocktails and be sure to request a table on the deck.
  3. Harvest Inn
    If you’re heading to Napa for the weekend, check out Harvest Inn for brunch including pineapple-studded ham and roasted leg of lamb. For an extra-festive Easter, join chef Charlie Palmer’s egg hunt.
  4. Top of the Mark
    Located on the 19th floor of the InterContinental Mark Hopkins, Top of the Mark’s brunch buffet includes a raw bar, roasting station, Dim Sum, and a festive dessert station including chocolate eggs, marshmallow bunnies, cakes, pies, and more.  Enjoy live music and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny.
  5. The Commissary
    Head over to the Presidio where The Commissary’s a la carte menu includes upgraded brunch classics like eggs in a hole with pork belly, duck confit hash, and cheese fritters with black truffle honey. Plus, the Presidio is always a perfect spot to enjoy the outdoors on a beautiful weekend.

Bonus: Recchiuti Confections
If you’re looking for the finest Easter candies, check out Recchiuti’s Force Noir Chocolate Eggs, Caramel Eggs, and Hoopster Bunnies.

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