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Easter dining in San Francisco

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Celebrate Spring and Easter with special menus at San Francisco restaurants. There is so much to choose between with neighborhood favorites as well as elegant hotel dining. Bring your friends and family and enjoy a special Easter dining experience but don't forget to make a reservation for your special day.

The Palace Hotel is offering their decadent Easter buffet with sparkling wine and live music in a beautiful setting. Children’s entertainment includes face painting, magic and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Seating is available from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. in the Garden Court and Grand Ballroom. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling 415-546-5089 or visiting opentable.com. Cost is $125 for adults and $65 for children from 6-12.

Top of the Mark at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins: Enjoy panoramic views and a buffet limitless mimosas, entertainment by pianist Michael Athens, and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Reservations can be made by calling InterContinental Mark Hopkins: 415-392-3434. Easter brunch is served from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Adults are $109 and children between the ages of four and 12 are $59.

Level III Restaurant at the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square will serve a special Easter Brunch Buffet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $29 plus tax and gratuity per person. Highlights include Eggs Benedict, Smoked Salmon Benedict, a customized omelette station, fruit parfaits featuring yogurt from Straus Family Creamery, charcuterie selection from Fra'mani, local artisan cheese and traditional breakfast favorites. Strawberry cheesecake, Easter cookies will be featured as part of a bountiful dessert buffet. Level III is located in the beautiful atrium lobby of the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square at 515 Mason Street. For reservations, please call 415-771-8600.

Canela Bistro & Wine Bar: Join Canela Bistro & Wine Bar for Easter Sunday in The Castro! A neighborhood favorite, known for its Spanish cuisine, Canela will be serving a special rabbit paella created by Executive Chef Mat Schuster. The all natural, local rabbit is seared and slow cooked with tomato and pepper sofrito, artichokes, rice from Spain and olive oil.

E&O Asian Kitchen: Located in the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant Union Square district, E&O Asian Kitchen offers modern Asian cuisine in a sleek restaurant and lounge. Featuring their version of an Easter egg, Lap Souchong Tea Deviled Eggs with char siu lacquered bacon.

La Urbana: Whether you’re coming from church or just waking up with an hour ‘til close, this Divisadero hotspot will be firing up the kitchen and bar with favorites such as Totopos Chilaquiles, Dungeness Crab Sopes Benedict and morning cocktail concoctions like the popular Morning Call and Mezcal Bloody Mary. Bring the family - there’s also a kids plate.

A16: Enjoy dishes such as Ceci Fettucine with braised sugo, fava, and pecorino and Pastiera Napoletana, an Italian cake made of ricotta cheese that hails from Naples. For dinner, guests can choose from menu items like Roasted Leg of Lamb with senise peppers, English peas, and tendrils and Cassata Siciliana, a traditional round sponge cake from Palermo with fruit juice and ricotta cheese. The special brunch offerings will be available in addition to the regular menu. Open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. with dinner menu available at 4 p.m. For more information or to make reservations, please visit www.a16sf.com or call 415.771.2216.

CHAYA Brasserie: This Easter, celebrate the holiday on the water at the Embarcadero gem, CHAYA Brasserie. Offering a special menus like the young adults’ menu for $15 and the 3-course menu for $42, CHAYA will feature dishes such as Smoked Trout and Crispy Potato with crème fraiche, ikura, and shiso salsa verde; Castelle French Toast with caramelized banana, almonds, and fresh fruits; and Five Spiced Duck Confit Hash with piquillo peppers, red onions, and fried duck egg. For an additional $12, guests can enjoy bottomless champagne or mimosas. Reservations can be made by calling 415.777.8688 or visiting thechaya.com/SanFrancisco.

Off the Grid Easter Picnic at the Presidio: Sit back and relax this Easter Sunday as a dedicated wait-staff serves up the bites of your choice directly to your reserved blanket. The package includes a signature Picnic at the Presidio blanket, for you to keep, as well as a dedicated wait-staff to set up your picnic spot; choice of one of the two cocktail kits available at the event (Mimosa or Bloody Mary Kit); Blanket-side food and drink service for up to 2 hours: and even better skip the lines and enjoy dishes from 20+ established food vendors. All food and beverage charges apply separately. Reservations can be made for two hour slots: 11am-1pm and 1:30pm-3:30pm. (Reservations accepted until noon on Friday, April 18) Price: $100 for Easter Brunch Package (all food and beverage charges apply separately)Book here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/indulge-this-easter-sunday-with-otgs-easter-brunch-package-tickets-11288190281

Presidio Social Club: Get together with family and friends and celebrate Easter, with an extra dose of delicious at Presidio Social Club. Keep it traditional and comfortable with PSC’s full delectable brunch menu PLUS a selection of specialty dishes featuring locally sourced baby lamb, and classic Virginia Ham.

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